Cora and Cassia

(17 Posts)
DebK2012 Tue 16-Oct-12 18:10:24

Adele goes with Cora!

squoosh Sun 14-Oct-12 18:46:17

I love the name Cassia. Cass/Cassie are both great nicknames.

Spons Sun 14-Oct-12 11:53:46

Not too similar at all.

VolumeOfACone Sun 14-Oct-12 11:46:42

I think they're too similar with the same start and same end. If you were planning to call her Cassie normally I think it'd be alright.

nasara Sun 14-Oct-12 03:36:24

Thanks so far - it really does help hearing other people's views grin

Love the name Cassia, almost had it for dd but went with Carrie as don't like 'Cas' but quite similar to Cora? Told friend about using it for ex so she named her daughter Kassia can't explain why but I think it's horrid with z 'K' not that I've said if course!!

Kelerina Sun 30-Sep-12 08:30:23

Too similar IMHO

sashh Sun 30-Sep-12 06:15:14

To me cassia is a kind of bark used in Indian cooking.

HolyAutumnGoldBatman Sun 30-Sep-12 04:01:40

too similar I think. Cora is lovely though.

Narked Sat 29-Sep-12 22:58:46

Cassia is nice.

Narked Sat 29-Sep-12 22:57:54

I read Cassio blush

Mindy101 Sat 29-Sep-12 18:44:33

Not too similar and names are very personal!they're lovely names,good luck.

nasara Sat 29-Sep-12 17:43:41

I already have a Cora.

YouMayLogOut Sat 29-Sep-12 17:12:03

Too similar I think. Do you already have a Cora or are you having twins?

imustbepatient Sat 29-Sep-12 12:24:51

Whilst they are pretty similar I think they sit just on the right side of the 'ok' line! I might be tempted to use coralie (hence giving a difference in the end sounds) for the full name and them you could still use Cora as the nn. Lovely names! Cassia is on our long short list.

HollyBollyBooBoo Sat 29-Sep-12 09:28:06

No, i don't think so. I think they sound beautiful.

nasara Sat 29-Sep-12 06:19:49

Are the names Cora and Cassia too similar for sisters?

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