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Reminds me of sassy.
ciara23  11/23/2020
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The Swedish form of Sarah is Sara. Sassa is used as a diminutive of Astrid, Alexandra, and Sara in Sweden. So, I feel that the meaning and history section of this name should probably read, "Swedish diminutive of Astrid, Alexandra, or Sara." [noted -ed]
glacier_bear_82  7/27/2020
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Very sassy. ;)
SimoneKadele  4/23/2015
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I don't think it's very common. I live in Sweden and the only Sassa I have known was a cat!
Caprice  1/17/2013
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My name's Sarah and I go by Sasa (spelled like that). So yeah, it does exist.
geekasaurousrex  2/28/2011
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Er... what?
I have NEVER heard Sassa as a nickname. I don't know any Astrid or Sara's that go by a nickname, and the Alexandra's I know go by Sandra or Alex. Sassa is just weird and it doesn't make sense to have it in the database.
Frozten  8/1/2010
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Frozten just because you haven't heard of it doesn't mean it isn't a real name. There are plenty of English names I've never heard in my life (I live in an English speaking country) that happen to be very real.

Anyhow, I rather like the name Sassa ^.^ Not sure if I'd use it though (it's probably more of a guilty pleasure name for me). I just can't see myself using it honestly.
SakiHeart  9/2/2014
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So Sassy!
― Anonymous User  1/17/2007
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I also know an Åsa who's called Sassa. That is not common though, I couldn't guess what her real name was.
― Anonymous User  1/13/2007

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