Astrah

Astrah meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek and Old Norse
Meaning: The Word Aster Which Means Star
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Origin of Astrah is in Old Greek is aimed at baby girls. Astrah is variation of famed Astra. Astra is variation of durable and darling Astrid. Dominantly used in English, Astra, meaning of Astra is "The Word Aster Which Means Star" came from Old Greek and Old Norse.

Variants of Astrah

Astra, Astrid, Aasta, Astah, Assi, Sassa, Ástríðr

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Popularity of Astrah

Astrah is an uncommon name around the world.

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What numerology tells about Astrah?

Instead of wasting money, find a way to invest it in your future. You want to achieve a great success and accomplish your dreams in order to prove yourself you can do it. Your happiness and well-being, as well as the happiness and health of the ones you love, are the things you care about. You encourage people to walk the harder path and fight for what they believe is right. You aren't born to follow. You are born to lead.

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