Cassiterides

Cassiterides (Cassiter`ides) , islands in the Atlantic, which the Phoenician sailors visited to procure tin; presumed to have been the Scilly Islands or Cornwall, which they adjoin.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cassiquia`ri * Cassius, Caius
Cassandra
Cassano
Cassation, Court of
Cassel
Cassell, John
Cassianus, Joannus
Cassini
Cassiodo`rus
Cassiope`ia
Cassiquia`ri
Cassiter`ides
Cassius, Caius
Cassius, Spurius
Cassivellaunus
Castalia
Castanet
Castaños
Caste
Castel, René-Richard
Castelar, Emilio
Castellamare

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Cassiterides in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable