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Such a nice name! The name also appears as a diminutive for Anna in Ivan Turgenev's "Asya".
― Anonymous User  4/2/2018
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Asya is also used in Turkey. [noted -ed]
― Anonymous User  11/4/2017
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It's not only a diminutive of Anastasiya. It is also a diminutive of Aleksandra and a stand alone name. By itself it means "urbanite" in Slavic.
― Anonymous User  1/11/2017
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Asya is the name of one of my childhood friends. I personally love this name and wouldn't mind calling my child Asya if I ever have a daughter. It's a short and soft sounding name, easy to pronounce and it can be either a stand alone name or a diminutive for Anastasia. I love the sound of it.
Stasiya  10/6/2015
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This is a pretty sounding name. It has sort of a fantasy feel.
― Anonymous User  5/11/2013
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Asja is the form used in Croatia and Slovenia.
goricar  8/18/2010
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A very good friend of mine is named Asja, pronounced the same way as this. She is Bosnian, but I am not sure if this is a common name in Bosnia. She does have many issues with people mispronouncing it, as you can imagine! Especially since her last name is also a mouthful! All in all though, I think it is a very beautiful name.
― Anonymous User  8/16/2009
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"Asya" is also used in Bulgaria.
iva_toneva  5/1/2007
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This name is pretty, I wouldn't mind naming a daughter of mine this.
Dessa  4/9/2007
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It can be a separate name as well as a pet form of another name.
Katerina  12/28/2006

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