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I like this name spelled with a K rather than a C.
-- flipflop1215  12/11/2006
My niece's name is Kassandra. I can't see her with the name spelled with a 'C'. It just wouldn't suit her, for some reason.
-- EdwardxBellaxJacob  2/3/2007
I absolutely love this name. It's been my pen name (and online persona) for quite some time now and I plan on legally changing my name to Kassandra within a year or so. After all, it is so beautiful and powerful and aristocratic and so much better than my current name. In my opinion, this is one of the more beautiful names out there.
-- WriterChick  2/12/2007
In Greek mythology, Kassandra (also known as Alexandra) was a daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy and the twin sister of Paris. Her beauty caused Apollo to grant her the gift of prophecy. However, when she did not return his love, Apollo placed a curse on her so that no one would ever believe her predictions. She was the first to see the body of her brother Hector being brought back to the city. After the fall of Troy she was taken as a concubine by King Agamemnon and may have been killed by his wife Clytemnestra along with him, although there is evidence that she might have survived.
-- writers_block2006  5/31/2007
Nicknames: Kassie, Kass, Kasey, Sandra, Sandy.
-- Karcoolka  9/8/2007
Aunt Kassandra is fictional character from this cartoon TV show "Maya, the bee" (1975).
-- MaggieSimpson  4/3/2009
I actually like Kassandra with a "K", especially considering that this is the original Greek form of the name.
-- erb816  4/26/2009
Pronounced kah-SAHN-dra.
-- MaggieSimpson  1/1/2010
It's very specific. I LOVE it. It shows that my name is very special.
-- Ledesma  10/3/2012

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