Casey or Kasey?

I am really starting to like [name]Casey[/name]/[name]Kasey[/name] for a girl.
Which spelling do you like better, and do you like these combos?
[name]Kasey[/name]/[name]Casey[/name] [name]Nicole[/name]
[name]Kasey[/name]/[name]Casey[/name] [name]Michelle[/name]
[name]Kasey[/name]/[name]Casey[/name] [name]Dawn[/name]
[name]Kasey[/name]/[name]Casey[/name] [name]Rose[/name]
[name]Kasey[/name]/[name]Casey[/name] Annabeth


I’m not really feeling it either way. I think of [name]Casey[/name] as a boys name and think [name]Kasey[/name] looks kind of trashy. I know of a girl who spells her name [name]Kacie[/name]. That looks a little more feminine.

[name]Casey[/name] for sure. I think it’s cute. You might also like [name]Cassie[/name] or [name]Callie[/name]. I think [name]Kerry[/name] and [name]Casey[/name] would be nice sisters for you, they’re matchy, but have different initials, but the same sort of vibe.

[name]Casey[/name], although I’m not a huge fan.

I’ve never liked the letter K for some reason, though. It looks… trendy… to me.

I like both but i think [name]Casey[/name] a little bit better, although i wouldnt use it myself.

[name]Love[/name] [name]Casey[/name] [name]Michelle[/name]!

I definitely prefer [name]Casey[/name]. My favorite combos are:
[name]Casey[/name] [name]Michelle[/name]
[name]Casey[/name] [name]Dawn[/name]
[name]Casey[/name] [name]Nicole[/name]
and [name]Casey[/name] [name]Rose[/name], in that order. Though if any are after family mambers or have special meanings, i vote for them!

I prefer spelling it [name]Casey[/name] (although some alter the spelling to make it more feminine, I like it as-is whether it be for a boy or a girl). From your combos my favorites are [name]Casey[/name] [name]Michelle[/name] and [name]Casey[/name] [name]Rose[/name].

I dislike it in any form, but [name]Casey[/name] is slightly less awful. I agree that [name]Cassie[/name] or [name]Callie[/name] are better alternatives.


Here’s another vote for the [name]Casey[/name] spelling. I know one [name]Casey[/name], and she’s very spunky and outgoing.

I also know of three girls with K.C. initials ([name]Katherine[/name] [name]Claire[/name], for example) who go by “K.C.” (pronounced like [name]Casey[/name]), and I thought that might be another option that may (or may not) appeal to you. :slight_smile:

I hope you choose the name that makes you happiest!

Take care and have a great day! :slight_smile:

I’m a bit torn I’ve (only recently actually) become a proponent of feminizing a unisex/male name when it’s on a girl I think it keeps it more usable for boys.

[name]Do[/name] you want the spelling to be as unisex as possible? I ask because [name]Casey[/name] and [name]Kasey[/name] are the two most common for boys (though they’re definitely seen on girls.) In my experience [name]Kacey[/name] is most common for girls followed by [name]Kacy[/name]. The newest spelling is [name]Kaycee[/name] which I abhor.

For the record I the like [name]Kacie[/name] spelling on a girl best, but getting back to the two you suggested. I want to say [name]Kasey[/name] because it’s a tad more feminine and not the the classic [name]Casey[/name] which I love on a boy, but I just don’t like it. So in the end I vote for [name]Casey[/name].

As someone who may very likely name a future son [name]Casey[/name] I honestly don’t mind it on a girl my biggest problem is that it sounds kind passe a bit too 90’s. [name]Nicole[/name] and [name]Michelle[/name] keeps it dated sounding so I’d definitely nix those two. Maybe [name]Nicolette[/name] or just [name]Colette[/name] I actually quite like the alliteration which is odd for me. I find [name]Casey[/name] [name]Belle[/name] very sweet sounding.

I do like [name]Casey[/name] [name]Dawn[/name] but would prefer something with a but more oomph.
[name]Casey[/name] [name]Rose[/name] sounds fine but [name]Rose[/name] has become such an overplayed middle name, unless it’s a name dear to you like a family name I’d advise against it. I’d like [name]Casey[/name] [name]Rosalind[/name] though.

If you liked the nature aspects of the last do then how about [name]Casey[/name] [name]Laurel[/name] or [name]Casey[/name] [name]Juniper[/name].

I really like [name]Casey[/name] Annabeth and would vote for that combo. Similar names you may like would be [name]Casey[/name] [name]Annalise[/name], [name]Casey[/name] [name]Angeline[/name], [name]Casey[/name] [name]Anette[/name], [name]Casey[/name] [name]Antoinette[/name], [name]Casey[/name] [name]Adelaide[/name]

[name]Casey[/name] for sure.

I don’t like this as a girl’s name. It’s definitely a boy’s name in my head…out of the two spellings, I definitely prefer [name]Casey[/name]!

[name]Casey[/name] is all boy to me, but if that’s what you love for a girl than please stick to the original spelling. [name]Kasey[/name] just looks trashy to me, sorry. I like the previously suggested idea of giving your daughter the initials K.C. and calling her K.C.