I believe this a feminine name. Can it be added as both male and a female name?
Kinda sussy if you ask me.
Asa Hutchinson has been the 46th Governor of Arkansas since 2015.
Weird name.
I've liked this name since I heard Barney use it on an episode of the Andy Griffith Show! It sounded so great when he said it.
Hey everybody my name is Asa, and I have yet to meet another Asa. I'm 28, Hispanic, born and raised in San Antonio, Texas.
I like my name, when I meet new people I joke with them, "Hi my name's Asa", "Did you say awesome?", "No Asa, like casa, pasta, mufasa, but you can call me awesome if you like".
Handsome name for a boy!
Asa Danforth Jr. Was a land surveyor best noted for his building of the original Danforth Road in Toronto, Canada. He also was a debtor and spent much of his time in jail. In 1800 he decided to overthrow the government, which was not successful, and spent the rest of his life hiding from the law. The Danforth is an extremely busy road in modern day and one of our main subway lines, Line 2, Bloor-Danforth, runs along it.
Asa is a Sanskrit word and name, आशा (Āśā) it has different meanings but from the same central idea; hope, purpose, intention, wish...
It can be spelled Āsā, Āsa, Asa, Asā, Āśā, Aśa, Āśa or Asha.
Honestly, one of my friend's name's is Asa and we call them Ace as a nickname. I think it's a really nice name. Their name is pronounced ay-suh but I have heard some people pronounce it ass-a or az-a.
An anagram for this is ass.
To the commenter who said this was an anagram for ass, it actually can’t be. There’s two As and one S. The anagrams are Aas and Saa. By the way, this name is quite nice.
In 2018, 3 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Asa who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 2, 186th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens. And it is not an anagram of ass, you nitwit.
Asa Buchanan, played by Philip Carey, was a longtime character on the soap opera "One Life to Live".
Asa Griggs Candler founded the Coca-Cola Company.
More girly sounding, I think.
I have two famous Asas:
Asa Adgate, 1767-1832, Representative for New York 12th District
Asa Leonard Allen, 1891-1969, Representative for Louisiana 8th District.
Asa Gray is considered the most important American botanist of the 19th century.
Asa Maxwell Thornton Farr Butterfield is an English actor. He began his acting career at the age of 9 in the television drama After Thomas and the comedy film Son of Rambow. He became known for playing the main character Bruno in the Holocaust film The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, for which he received nominations for the British Independent Film Award and the London Film Critics Circle Award for Young British Performer of the Year at the age of 11. He also played the young Mordred in the hit BBC TV Series Merlin and Norman in the fantasy film Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang.
When I see that name, I initially think of a Japanese-American (female might I add) porn star named Asa Akira.
The name "Asa" is also used in Latin, meaning "the smallest" or "ace." The meanings are the same, as "ace" used to mean the smallest of things- think about how you put the cards 1, 2, 3, et cetera, on top of the ace card whilst playing Klondike/Solitaire.
Asa Butterfield, he is an actor who played Ender Wiggin in Ender's Game.
Asa Earl Carter - Ku Klux Klan leader, segregationist speech writer, and later famed western novelist. Not a name I'd use, to be honest.
Asa Butterfield played Hugo Cabret in the film "Hugo." He also plays Mordred as a child in the TV show "Merlin."There is a minor character named Asa in the webcomic "Lackadaisy."
In the Avestan language (sacred Persian) Asa is a term for the concept of a true, righteous, ordered way.
I love the name Asa! It's soft and strong at the same time. Also Ace is a great nickname.
I'm not a huge fan of this name. It's not common enough where a whole lot of people would know how to pronounce it upon seeing it. Plus, this name sounds extremely feminine and looks and sounds too much like the popular female name Ava. If you're looking for a masculine name with the same feel as Asa, why not Ace?
Such a short name that caries a mighty amount of strength. I prefer the Anglicized pronunciation with the long A.
"Asa" in Japanese (pronounced "AH-sah") means "morning." When used as a name, it is feminine.
I think Asa is a good strong reasonable name. How people could mistake such a simple but powerful name for another is beyond me. The pronunciation is rather straight forward and anyone who would use an insult such as what was suggested above would be an immature fool.
I recently met a little boy named this. My friend mistook it for 'Mason', the boy's grandfather spelled it for us a-s-a. So they pronounce it AY-suh :)
Asa Breed, a character in Cat's Cradle.
Bonus meaning -- "Asa" is the Portuguese word for "wing".
Asa Butterfield known for playing one of the leading roles in the film The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and also for a role of Norman in the upcoming 2010 film of Nanny Mcphee and the Big Bang.
I wouldn't use this. It looks hard to pronounce and someone with this name might be called "ass". Plus, it sounds more like the name of an old man than a young boy.
Asa Briggs (Lord Briggs), born in 1921, is a well-known English historian, specialising in social history.
To me, Asa sounds like a reasonable man. He is not easily agitated and he stands by his convictions.
Asa (AH-suh) means wing in Portuguese.
Musician Colin Greenwood of Radiohead and his wife, novelist Molly McGrann named their second son Asa.
Actress Claire Danes has a brother whose name is Asa.
Asa Peker is an international orchestral conductor.
My grandparents have a cat named Asa, it stands for Another Stupid Animal. So everytime I hear that name I think of that stupid cat.
I would pronounce this name with the "A" rhyming with "Hay." I love this name!
Asa is one of the kids in the movie Rock School (not the one with Jack Black, that's School of Rock).
I like this name very much. It is strong, sensitive, sensible, and handsome. Also, I like that it is biblical. I would definitely name a boy "Asa".
Asa Pike is a character in the Charlie Bone books. He is a werebeast.
Ace Young, who is a finalist on the fifth season of American Idol, was named after his grandfather who is named Asa. Ace's full name is Brett Asa Young.
Asa is also a letter in the Runic alphabet. It kind of looks like a capital F with it's two horizontal lines sloping. The meaning of this rune is "sign, spirit-like".
The original Hebrew pronunciation of this name is ah-sah.

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