Aase meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Norse
Usage: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish
Meaning: From the Tree-Covered Mountain
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Originated from Old Norse, Aase is used as a baby girl name which is specifically used in Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish, Aase means "From the Tree-Covered Mountain". Aase is Danish cognate of Åse.

Variants of Aase

Åse, Åsa, Ási, Ås, Ása, Var-Ási

Names that rhyme with Aase

Popularity of Aase

Aase is a popular baby name in Denmark where every 1 in 700 have the name as well as in Norway. At least, 10000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.


Aase in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Aase?

You like to be in charge of your life and can't stand bossy people. In order to keep your motivation high, you must interact with people every now and then. You need to practice listening. You are the most active, livingly human being in your surroundings. You are always in the center of attention and the one who stands for what's right. You are not like other people. You can't get used to a boring life and monotony.

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Namesakes of Aase

    Aase Berg, Swedish poet and critic
  • Aase Lionæs, Norwegian politician for the Labour Party
  • Aase Bjerkholt, Norwegian politician for the Labour Party

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