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cassie

noun cas·sie \ˈkȧzē, ˈkasē\

Definition of cassie

plural

-s

Scottish

  1. :  a basket made of twisted straw

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Origin and Etymology of cassie

Orkney Islands Norse kassi; akin to Icelandic kassi, kass box, creel, Old Norse kjarr underbrush — more at chare


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cassie

noun cas·sie \ˈkasē\

Definition of cassie

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of cassie

French, from Provençal cacio, short for acacio acacia, from Latin acacia — more at acacia


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