Origin : Ancient Greek (Latinized),
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Additional information Cassander:
Latinized form of Greek Κασσανδρος (Kassandros), the masculine form of CASSANDRA. This was the name of a 3rd-century BC king of Macedon.
Definition funny of Cassander:
One who corrects someone else unnecessarily.
John is such a cassander, always telling me that I'm wrong, even when it is completely pointless to do so.
Songs about Cassander:
Cassander the Strong by Stephen Magnusson, Claire Edwardes and Genevieve Lacey Andrea Keller from the Album Hush Collection, Vol. 8: A Castle for All
Cassander's Loterìa by Twin Arrows from the Album Twin Arrows
Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21: Gemeinheit (In den blanken Kopf Cassanders) by Klaus Billing, Hans Peter Schmitz, Alfred Bürkner, Hans Bastiaan, Werner Haupt & Josef Rufer Irmen Burmester from the Album Schönberg , Berg , Webern - The Rias Second Viennese School Project (First-Rate Interpreters From The Immediate Circle Around The Composers Schönberg, Berg And Webern In Rias Recordings From Berlin, 1
Books about Cassander:
The Cassander Solution by E.J. Kaye (Apr 26, 2012)
The Cassander Solution (Volume 1) by E.J. Kaye (Apr 26, 2012)
Criticisms on The diversions of Purley. In a letter to Horne Tooke, Esq. By I. Cassander. by John Bruckner (May 27, 2010)
Ismael and Cassander; or, The Jew and the Greek, by M.E.M.J. by Margaret Elizabeth M. Jones (May 20, 2012)
Ismael and Cassander: Or, the Jew and the Greek, by M.E.M.J.... by Margaret E. M. Jones and Margaret Elizabeth M. Jones (Jan 29, 2012)
Georg Cassander's Ideen Uber Die Wiedervereinigung Der Christlichen Confessionen in Deutschland: Eine Studie..... by Max Birck (Apr 6, 2012)
June 1896 The Ladies Home Journal With Cassander By James Witcomb Riley And Drawing By A. B. Front At First Page... by The Central News Company (1896)
Wiki information Cassander:
Cassander, was a Ancient Macedonian Hellenistic King of Ancient Macedon, son of Antipater, and founder of the Antipatrid dynasty. He was the namesake of his paternal uncle, Cassander.
George Cassander was a Flemish theologian.