Kasia Meaning and Origin

Kasia is a girl’s name of Polish and Greek origin meaning “pure.” Kasia is a popular feminine given name in Poland, often used as a diminutive form of the name Katarzyna (Catherine) or Karolina. In Poland, it is pronounced as “KAH-sha.” Kasia is derived from the Greek name Aikaterine, meaning “pure” or “unsullied.” In Russia, Kasia can be a diminutive form of the name Ekaterina (Catherine) or Ekaterina’s variants. It is pronounced as “KAH-sya” in Russian. In some African cultures, Kasia is a feminine given name of Swahili origin. It is believed to mean “pure” or “holy.” Kasia can also be a variant of the Hebrew name Kassia or Kassidy. In Hebrew, it is sometimes associated with the word “keshet,” which means “rainbow.”

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