Ashley meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Ashley No. of characters: 6 Gender: Unisex Origin of Ashley: English Old English
How to pronounce Ashley a-shley What does my name mean? Meaning of Ashley: Ash Tree Clearing, Meadow of Ash Trees, Ash Tree Meadow, Dwells at the Ash Tree Meadow, Ash-tree Meadow, Ash Wood, English name, meaning: Esch grove. In Germany rather rare. Even a boy name.

Ashley was ranked 905 in 2015 list of US boys name and dropped by 2.14% from its previous ranking of 886 in 2014. Ashley was ranked 85 in 2015 US female names list and elevated by 2.30% from its previous ranking of 87 in 2014. Birth name Anglo-Saxon. Comes from the English "aesclïªah" Means: "Wood ash" indefinite Day.. Ashley are rather idealistic and want to change the world. Simple, discreet, obstinate,Ashleygo through with their undertakings. Their strong personality, combined with their sense of honor and their will, make these formidable men "doors". Hospitable, cultured, their company is always nice. In love,Ashleyare demanding and accept no weakness.

Full form of Ashley : Accepting Self-Assured Happy Level-Headed Earnest Young

Ashley is a very very popular first name for a boy in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 699 in 2014. Around 13879 people wear Ashley as their first name. Ashley is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Ashley is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is popular since 1967 and ranked 905 (0.000656% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 853752 people wear Ashley as their first name. Ashley is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 905 (0.000656% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 853752 people have Ashley as their first name. Ashley is not a native United States and Ashley may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.238824% of people in US have this given name.

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History of Ashley

In the nineteenth century, Lord Ashley was a social reformer which limited working hours for children in factories to ten hours a day. The Anglo-Saxon countries are easy call to assign surnames to their children. Ashley took off in the wake of the film "Gone with the Wind."

Expression number of Ashley is 7.

Ashley likes to research and reason to know the answers of hidden questions as Ashley are gifted with an analytical mind. Ashley are always on the quest for knowledge and wisdom and loves being alone.

Names that rhyme with Ashley Adhley, Ahley, Aschley, Asthley, Beighley, Brighley, Dashley, Deashley, Hashley, Heathley, Jashley, Kahley, Kashley, Kehley, Keighley, Lashley, Lauraashley, Laurenashley, NashleyFamous people named Ashley
Ashley Bell in X-Men: The Last Stand as Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ashley Gianni in Moving Millie as Actress
Ashley Richards in as
Ashley Savage in Heaven as Actress
Ashley Daniels in Red Rover as Actress
Ashley Morrison in Brahmin Bulls as Actress
Ashley Sasha in Episode #1.9 as
Ashley Everet in Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream as
Ashley Alexxis in Hurricane Chasers as Actress
Ashley George in Luma as Producer
Ashley Argota is an American actress.
Actor Ashley Judd, famous for movie Frida
Names like Ashley Ashley Namesakes Related Names: Hebrew:Ashyma (Limitless, Another form of Ashima), Ashymah (Limitless, Derivative of Ashima), Ashyrah, English: Ashleye, Indian: Ashleya (Telugu Birth Star), Other: Ashlianne , Ashleyann, Ashleyanne, Ashleyelizabeth (Meadow of Ash Trees), Ashleykate, Ashleylynn (Meadow of Ash Trees), Ashleymae (Meadow of Ash Trees), Ashleymarie, Ashleyn, Ashleynicole (Meadow of Ash Trees), Ashleyrae, Ashleyrose, Posts having Ashley: Comments :Ashley is a name of English origin, derived from the words Anglo - Saxon 'æsc' (ash) and 'lēah' (meadow). Ashley is an English male and female first name , of a homonymous derived English family name, used since at least the sixteenth century , popular in English-speaking countries. A variant of the female first name is Ashleigh. Derives from a surname English , in turn coming originally from a place name meaning in Old English , "the clearing among the ashes " or "ash forest", being composed by the words Æsc ( "ash") and leah ( "forest" or "clearing", also in the names Shelley , Stanley , Hayley , Bradley and Shirley ). Until the 1960s it was more common in the United States to the male, while it is now more used to women, and has been among the most popular female names in the US around 1980. The diminutive Ash can actually also result from the eponymous word ( ash ) which can mean both "ash" as " ash ". It is written in several ways: Ashlie, Ashlee, Ashleigh, Ashlaie, etc. There is over 6 counties in US names Ashley. - Nisha Bays Popularity of Ashley

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