Religion: Hindu Sikh How to pronounce Aasha aa-(s)ha, aas-ha ,
Meaning and OriginAasha means Variant of Asha, Wish, Hope
PopularityAasha was ranked 933 in 2018 US female names list and elevated by 2.20% from its previous ranking of 954 in 2017.
Full form of Aasha : Accurate Affectionate Self-Confident Hard working Accomodating
Aasha is a very rare first name for girls with occurences only in 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, in England & Wales which is a rare name since 2000 and ranked 5691 in 2014. Only 32 people have Aasha as their first name.
Aasha is a rare first name for a girl in United States which is a rare name since 1986 and ranked 954 (0.000379% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 267 people have Aasha as their first name. Aasha is not a native United States and Aasha may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.000075% of people in US have this given name.Complete history of Aasha
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The girl name remained continuously rare, the baby name went as low as 5 in 1990 after first appearing in 1986 when 20 babies had Aasha as their first name. At peak in 1986, Aasha was given to 20 girls after continuous rising. Aasha had a 31 years long run and 4 instances of disappearance.
Expression number of Aasha is 3. Aasha are lively, imaginative, enthusiastic and optimistic. Aasha are expressive and inspire others wherever they go. Aasha possess great verbal skills which make them good comedian, artist or writer.
VariantsAaisha, Aakanksha, Aalaysha, Aalisha, Aaronisha, Aasha, Abisha, Adaisha, Adasha, Adaysha, Adesha, Aeisha, Aesha, Ahisha, Ahsha, Aiesha, Aisha, Aiysha, Ajsha, Akaisha
Namesakes and References
Related NamesArabic: Ashah (Woman), Aisha, Irish: Aisling (Dream, Black, Dark, Of the Adriatic), English: Asia, Indian: Asha, Ashra (Happiness), Aashadhar (One who Keeps Hope), Aashaka , Aashamana (Precious Water), Aashan , Aashara , Aashayan , Other: Ascha (A deriative of the,,,, and Swahili Asha), Ashia (Woman, Life, Lively, Wife of Hindu God), Ashiah, Aashalata (Creeper of Hope), Aashalatha (Creeper of Hope), Aashana, Aashank (Faith), Aasharya (Son of the Sun), Aashay (Summary, Gist, Powerful, Meaningful), Aashang (Loyal), Aashakiran (Ray of hope), Aashali (Popular), Aashcharya (Surprise), Aashisha (Wish, Blessed), Aashmeen (Jasmine, Flower (1)), Aashraya (Shelter), Aashta (Belief), Aashvani (Female horse), Aasmani (Azure),
Comments :Aasha means hope or expectation. In a religious context, it is not considered as a physical sense but also as a spiritual grace goes. Hope is different from positive thinking, to reverse the pessimism psychology refers to the process used in the treatment or systematic. False hope , a hope which refers to a fantasy or an extremely unlikely outcome completely around be based. - Elda Rine Updated on: May 29th, 2019
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