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Name Cessair
Gender Feminine
Usage Irish, Irish Mythology
Pronounced Pron. KES-eer, KAH-seer
Other Forms FormsCeasair, Cesair, Kesair (anglicized)
Edit Status Statusnot set

Meaning & History

Allegedly means "affliction, sorrow". According to Irish legend Cessair was a granddaughter of Noah who died in the great flood. The name also belonged to a Gaulish princess who married the Irish high king Úgaine Mór in the 5th or 6th century BC.
Added 8/8/2011 by SeaHorse15