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Ezra or Cassius?

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HillBillySillyBilly Sun 27-Jan-13 12:59:45

Well I nearly have settled on a dd name but stuck between these two for a ds. Which would you pick and why? I already have a ds called Eli.

mamalovesmojitos Fri 01-Feb-13 23:28:44

Love Cassius! Dont like Ezra so much.

anonymosity Sat 02-Feb-13 01:51:04

I can't see the name Cassius without thinking of Cassius Clay - aka Mohammed Ali the boxer's original name. Though he was VERY beautiful in his day....

DB is a Cassius, DS is Eli and I LOVE Ezra for another DS. smile

HillBillySillyBilly Sat 02-Feb-13 09:06:33

Charlieandthechocolatecake does your DB like being called Cassius? I don't mind the Mohammed Ali connections at least people will be familiar with the name from him....but does he pronounce it Cash us or Cass ee us, as I want to use the latter pronounciation and I guess people with associate the pronounciation the way he did!

lockets Sat 02-Feb-13 11:53:13

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lockets Sat 02-Feb-13 11:56:42

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HillBillySillyBilly Sat 02-Feb-13 16:33:33

Lockets that song is brilliant I can imagine how a little Cassius would love it and I'm sure little boys would love to share a name with a famous boxer. I think I'm nearly set on Cassius at the moment. grin

DB is only 7. He loves his name and tells everybody he's going to be a boxer when he grows up! He also has a poster of Muhammed Ali in his bedroom! Its pronounced Cass-ee-us. He also goes by Cass, Cassy or 'medium romantic' (dont ask!)

I love him and his name so much its tattooed on my lower back along with his middle names which go very well with his first.

Can you tell how much I worship the ground he walks on? smile

scottishmummy Sat 02-Feb-13 23:53:37

like both
strong male names dont shorten to cass sounds girly (cassandra)
if had to chose id go ezra

MummyInTraining Wed 06-Feb-13 20:29:47

Love both names. Though Cassius would be my pick. Would you pronounce it Cassy us or Cash us?

Leeds2 Wed 06-Feb-13 20:45:50


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