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The name Asbury comes from the Old English words “aesc”, which means 'ash tree', and “bury”, which means 'fort'. In later usage it could also refer to anyone who comes from the towns of Ashbury in Devonshire in the U.K.
Ase originates in Old Norse and means "god-like". As a feminine given name it is mainly popular in Scandinavia, in the US it is very rare.
Asenath originates in Hebrew language and means "devoted to Anath". Asenath was mentioned in the Book of Genesis as an Egyptian woman who became Joseph's wife. As a feminine given name it is rather rare.
Asger originates in Old Norse and means "spear of God".
Ash is a diminutive of Ashley. Ashley originates in Old English language and means "meadow of ash trees". It was derived from an Old English place name and surname. Initially, it was more popular as a masculine given name, popularized by the character of Ashley Wilkes in the novel and a subsequent film Gone With the Wind. In the second half of the 20th century it started being used more as a feminine given name, possibly popularized by the soap opera character of Ashley Abbott in the TV show The Young and The Restless.
Most likely a Swahili variant of Aisha. Aisha originates in Arabic language and means "one who is alive". In Islam, Aisha was the favourite wife of Muhammad and she played an important part in Islamic history. In the United States it was probably popularized by Aisha of Jordan, a princess and King Hussein's wife.
Ashanti probably originates in one of the African languages and means "aggressive, warlike". It is the name of a region in Ghana, as well as the name of the major ethnic group in Ghana.
Ashby is an Old English name that means “from the ash tree farm”. It is rooted in the Old English word 'aesc' which was the word for 'ash trees', and 'by' which meant 'coming from'.
Ashcroft is an Old English name which is a compound of the two Old English words, “aesh” which is the word for 'ash trees', and “croft” which meant a 'small farm or small plot of ground'.
Asher is a Hebrew name that means 'fortunate or blessed'. It is a Biblical name that was given to Jacob's eighth son, but his second through Zilpa, who was Leah's maid.
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