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Ase is the name of Peer Gynt's mother in Ibsen's play Peer Gynt. It was spelled "Aase" in Ibsen's day.
Kosta  5/30/2006
Pronounced AH-shah.
arrowhead909  4/8/2007
No, it is pronunced like AWE-seh where the awe-sound sounds like the awe part in awesome.
― Anonymous User  5/19/2008
This is my grandmothers first name, althought she spell it Aase, Åse.
EllyKash  10/30/2008
You can find the correct pronunication here:
http://www.carla.umn.edu/lctl/vava/audio/norwegian/female-names.html.
― Anonymous User  8/6/2014
Åse was popular in Norway in the early 1900s. It ranked at #7 in 1925.
Quamalamalam  1/16/2015

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