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In Slovenija, which is the country next to Croatia, the name is also common. But it is spelled differently: Saša. And it is used for f and m.
-- sasa18  4/23/2005
I love this spelling of the beautiful name Sasha. But I would never, ever name a boy Sasha. Ever.
-- Anonymous User  9/7/2005
A, perhaps not so famous, bearer of the name 'Sacha' was a character in Traci Harding's book "The Tablet of Destinies", where he is portrayed as a Deva. He descended from his plane of awareness, the casual/fourth/middle plane, to aid Tory and Maelgwn in their quest to help the Nefilim back to their soul-source. He is the twin of Psyche in this tale.
-- ditchvictory  10/17/2005
The real name of Britain's 'Ali G' is Sacha Cohen.
-- puresimplicity  1/2/2006
If it wasn't for the super-juvenile, super-obnoxious Sasha Baron Cohen, then I would be fine with this name.
-- gaelruadh19  1/9/2007
Ugh. Makes me think of the irritating Sacha Baron Cohen.
-- bananarama  8/3/2009
Of Greek and Russian origin more so than French.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2013
Sacha Casiraghi (a son of Andrea Casiraghi, a grandson of Princess Caroline of Monaco, and a great-grandson of Prince Rainier III and Grace Kelly) is a famous bearer. Sacha will be third in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne if Casiraghi and Tatiana Santo Domingo (Sacha's mother) marry.
-- Erme Ioainna  7/18/2013
A male way to write the name Sasha. Nice try boys:) But anyway, it sounds much too GIRLY for you! ;)
-- skymoon  5/18/2015

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