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Origin: Namibia
Region Origin: Southern Africa

Casey is a unisex given name with Irish origins, derived from the Irish Gaelic name Cathasaigh, which means 'vigilant' or 'watchful'. It is used for both girls and boys in various countries, including France, Australia, Spain, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. The name Casey has multiple meanings, such as 'brave', 'pure and clear' in Latin and French, and 'honorable' in Greek and Spanish. In American heritage, it also means 'brave'. The name Casey has a rich history and is associated with several notable people, such as Casey Jones, an American railroad engineer who sacrificed his life to save his passengers. Additionally, the name has been popular in various forms of media and entertainment, such as movies, television shows, and songs. Common variations of the name Casey include Casi, Cassandra, Kacie, Kasey, Kaycee, Casey, Cacia, Cacie, Caisee, Caisey, Caisi, Casimir, Cayce, Kasey, Caz, and Kacey.

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