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Kasper

[kas-per] /ˈkæs pər/
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Caspar.
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  • Annchen and the children were quite safe with Kasper's father.

    Two Royal Foes Eva Madden
  • Very soon he was joined by Sorel, and presently by Kasper and Esther.

    Lady Into Fox

    David Garnett
  • Kasper Crabtree did not relish this salutary home-thrust, and made haste to change the subject.

    Nestleton Magna J. Jackson Wray
  • He pushed the door open; and Kasper, who was only drumming with his fingers upon the window-panes, seemed very glad to see us.

    The Man-Wolf and Other Tales Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
  • Kasper looked down bashfully and blushed; he seemed to enjoy his master's praises.

    The Man-Wolf and Other Tales Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
  • A single glance brought Kasper to his side, made him bring such and such a bottle, or bring the dish he required.

    The Man-Wolf and Other Tales Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
  • My Annerle cried out in her sleep last night that she was being devoured, and little Kasper woke up and cried too.

    Not Quite Eighteen Susan Coolidge
  • And during the speech Kasper discovers on the leather-covered wall a picture in a gilded oval frame—a painting of Clara.

    Egholm and his God Johannes Buchholtz
  • Kasper is so fascinated that involuntarily he hums as well, but wakes with a start of fright at hearing his own rough voice.

    Egholm and his God Johannes Buchholtz

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