Original name in latin Casson
Name in other language Casson, Kazon
State code FR
Continent/City Europe/Paris
longitude 47.38761
latitude -1.55654
altitude 32
Population 1432
Date 2012-01-18

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Casson — steht für Ortsnamen: Gemeinde Casson in der französischen Region Pays de la Loire, siehe: Casson (Loire Atlantique) Personennamen: Alfred Joseph Casson (1898–1992), kanadischer Maler Andrew Casson (* 1943), britischer Mathematiker Felice Casson… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • casson — [ kasɔ̃ ] n. m. • 1359; de casser ♦ Techn. 1 ♦ Débris de verre destiné à être refondu pour la fabrication du verre. 2 ♦ Pain de sucre informe. Sucre en cassons. ● casson nom masculin (de casser) Pain informe de sucre fin. ⇒CASSON, subst. masc.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Casson — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Casson País …   Wikipedia Español

  • casson — 1. (ka son) s. m. Pain informe de sucre fin. Sucre en cassons. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Casson pour caisson (voy. caisson) : sucre ainsi appelé à cause des caisses où on le met. casson 2. (kâ son) s. m. Se dit des noyaux de cacao brisés.    Rognure de… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Casson — 47° 23′ 12″ N 1° 33′ 30″ W / 47.3866666667, 1.55833333333 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Casson — Cassons or Casson is the name of a Yokut Native American tribe in central eastern California. The Cassons are also called the Gashowu. The Casson Yokut territory extended from the eastern side of San Joaquin Valley floor eastward to the upper… …   Wikipedia

  • Casson — This interesting and unusual surname has two possible origins. The first is that it is a metronymic (of the mother) form of Cassandra , a popular medieval female given name. This was the name of an ill fated Trojan prophetess of classical legend …   Surnames reference

  • CASSON — s. m. Pain informe de sucre fin. Sucre en cassons …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • CASSON — n. m. Sucre brut en morceaux. Sucre en cassons. Il se dit aussi, en termes d’Arts, de Morceaux de verre cassé qu’on refond pour la fabrication du verre …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • Casson — (1910–1999) an English architect and artist. He was the director of architecture for the Festival of Britain and has designed several important buildings. He has also published books of his drawings, and was President of the Royal Academy… …   Universalium

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