Nordic spelling of the Greek name Κασσανδρα (Kassandra) of unknown meaning. Theories include:
1) 'Shining upon man', combination of Greek κεκασμαι (kekasmai) = 'to shine' and Greek ανηρ (aner), genitive ανδρος (andros) = 'man' 
2) 'Entangler of men', combination of Greek kassuō = 'I concoct a plot' and anēr, genitive andros = 'man' 
4) Greek name meaning 'catcher of men' 
5) Greek name meaning 'heroic one' 
6) Greek name deriving from the Greek place name Kassandreía on the island of Chalkidike, the place name deriving from Greek kainymai = 'to distinguish oneself, to excel oneself 
In a Greek legend, Kassandra was a Trojan princess, the daughter of Priamos and Hecuba, blessed with the gift of prophecy but cursed with the fate that nobody would ever believe her. She was brought back to Greece as a captive concubine by Agamemnon, but met her death at the hands of his jealous wife Clytemnestra.   
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