Asika name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Usage: Sanskrit, Tamil and Indian
Meaning: Dagger and Sharp
Rashi: Mesha
Nakshatra: Krittika
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What does Asika mean?

Asika is used principally in Indian, Sanskrit and Tamil bestowed upon girls and originated from Sanskrit, Asika means "Dagger or Sharp".

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How popular is the name Asika?

Asika is a popular baby name in India where every 1 in 180000 have the name. As per our findings, over 10000 babies have been bestowed Asika around the globe.


What numerology tells about Asika?

You have no enemies. What truly matters is love, friends, family and inner peace and joy. The rest is temporary. Your intellectual mind is always generating new creative ideas. You are innovative and like to plan but enjoy when spontaneity kicks in. People don't take you seriously because of your inconsistency. You like disconnecting from the world and reconnecting with your soul. When it comes to career, you don't play on the safe side but take risks in order to achieve even greater success.

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