Aaskar

Aaskar meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Norse, German and Celtic
Usage: Norwegian
Meaning: Spear of the Gods, Gentle Friend, Ase, Deity, Name of a Nordic Divinity and God
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Chiefly used in Norwegian, Aaskar is aimed at baby boys. Aaskar is another transcription of Oskar. Oskar is version of timeless and desirable Oscar. Oskar is Old High German form of Ansgar. Also Oskar is equivalent of Oscar in Nordic language. Oskar's meaning is Spear of the Gods, Name of a Nordic Divinity and Deity is originated from Celtic and Old Norse.

Variants of Aaskar

Oskar, Oscar, Ansgar, Oscardaniel, Osgar, Ansgard

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Popularity of Aaskar

Aaskar is an uncommon name around the globe. As per our findings, over 40 people has been named Aaskar globally.

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Numerological analysis of Aaskar

You have no enemies. You love people with an attitude but open to discussion and hearing new opinions. You like to be in charge of your life and can't stand bossy people. There isn't a person you can't charm. Number 3 as a personality no represents creativity, passion, extravagance, and positivity. Work on your ability to understand how people feel. You love to change and can't stand constancy and monotony.

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