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Meaning of the Name Asia

76 names found for "Asia"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Asia is of Latin, Biblical, English, Greek, , Arabic origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Mother of Atlas
Biblical: Muddy; Boggy
English: Name of a Continent
Greek: Resurrection
: The Continent
Arabic: Lively; the Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: Life
Biblical: Muddy; Boggy

Similar Names

Acis | Aga | Agha | Ahiga | Aisea | Aja | Akio | Akua | Aqa | Asa |

Related Names

Amasia  (Hebrew)
Variant of Amasa: Hardship; Burden
Amasiah  (Hebrew)
Variant of Amasa: Hardship; Burden
Anastacia  (Greek)
Variant of Anastasia-reborn
Anastasia  (Greek)
Resurrection. One Who Will Be Reborn. Famous Bearer: Martyr St Anastasia. Anastasia, Famous Daughter of Tsar Nicholas Li, Last Emperor of Russia, Who Many Believe Survived the Massacre of Her Family
Anastasia  (Greek)
Who Shall Rise Again, Thoughtful, Competent, Patient
Anastasia  (Irish)
Risen Once More
Anastasia  (Russian)
Resurrection
Anastasia  (Greek)
Resurrection
Anastasia  (Russian)
Reborn
Anastazja  (Polish)
Polish Form of Anastasia 'Reborn'
Anasthasia  (Greek)
Resurrection (Anastasia)
Anasztaizia  (Hungarian)
Hungarian Form of Anastasia, Meaning She Shall Rise Again
Annastasia  (Greek)
Resurrection
Anstey  (Irish)
A Form of the Greek Anastasia, Meaning Ressurection
Anstice  (Irish)
A Form of the Greek Anastasia, Meaning Ressurection
Asasia  (Greek)
Form of Acacia
Asera  (Latin)
From Asia
Asianne  (Arabic)
The Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: (Life)
Aspasia  (Greek)
Lily
Aspasia  (Greek)
Welcome. Famous Bearer: Aspasia Was a Mistress of the Athenian Statesman Pericles.Welcomed
Athanasia  (Greek)
Immortal
Azia  (Arabic)
The Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: (Life)
Blasia  (Latin)
Stammers
Cilicia  (Latin)
Ancient Province of Asia
Cybele  (Asian)
Mythological Nature Goddess Worshiped As the Great Mother in Asia Minor. The Mother of All Gods and Men and Wild Nature. Often Kept Company by Lions. Identified With Rhea by the Greeks; With Maia and
Cybele  (Roman)
Mythological Nature Goddess Worshiped As the Great Mother in Asia Minor. The Mother of All Gods and Men and Wild Nature. Often Kept Company by Lions. Identified With Rhea by the Greeks; With Maia and
Cybele  (Greek)
Mythological Nature Goddess Worshiped As the Great Mother in Asia Minor. The Mother of All Gods and Men and Wild Nature. Often Kept Company by Lions. Identified With Rhea by the Greeks; With Maia and
Gelasia  (Greek)
Inclined to Laughter
Gipsy  (English)
Derived from 'Egyptian' to Describe Wandering Tribes of Dark Caucasians Who Migrated from India to Europe in the Fifteenth Century
Gymnasia  (Latin)
One of the Horae
Jasia  (Polish)
Polish Form of Joanna: God is Gracious
Kasia  (English)
Alert, Vigorous. Modern Variant of Casey
Kasia  (English)
Alert. Vigorous. Modern Variant of Casey
Kasia  (Polish)
From Katherine
Kasia  (Greek)
Pure
Khanh  (Arabic)
Prince. Title Used by Central Asian Tribal Chieftains and Ruling Princes
Khanh  (Turkish)
Prince. Title Used by Central Asian Tribal Chieftains and Ruling Princes
Liddy  (Greek)
Diminutive of Lydia: Woman from Lydia (In Asia Minor)
Lidia  (Polish)
Province in Asia
Lydia  (Greek)
Woman from Lydia (In Asia Minor)
Maasiai  (Biblical)
The Defense, or Strength, or Trust of the Lord
Maasiai  (Biblical)
The Defense, or Strength, or Trust of the Lord
Masia  (Polish)
Bitter
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