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Meaning of the Name Aster

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The first name Aster is of English origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Star

Similar Names

Actor | Astro | Asteria | Astra | Astrea |

Related Names

Aaghaa  (Muslim)
Variant of Agha: Master. Owner
Aaqaa  (Muslim)
Variant of Agha: Master. Owner
Abdul Hafeez  (Arabic)
One Who Serves the Master
Abdul Hafiz  (Arabic)
Variant of Abdul Hafeez: One Who Serves the Master
Adonijah  (Biblical)
The Lord is My Master
Agha  (Muslim)
Master. Owner
Alaster  (Gaelic)
Defender of Man
Alaster  (Greek)
Variant of Alexander: Defender; Protector of Mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great
Allister  (Gaelic)
Leader; Variant of Alexander (Alaster)
Alvar  (English)
An Old English Name Meaning Elf Army. Alvar Appeared in the Domesday Book; Was Revived in Mid-th Century. Newscaster Alvar Liddell
Anatol  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatole  (Greek)
Eastern, Cynical, But Without Malice. Warm-hearted, Humane and Charitable
Anatole  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatoli  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatolijus  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatolio  (Greek)
Easterner
Anish  (Indian)
Born Without a Master
Aqa  (Muslim)
Variant of Agha: Master. Owner
Archippus  (Biblical)
A Master of Horses
Asteria  (Latin)
Star
Aston  (Scottish)
The Eastern Settlement
Aston  (English)
From the Eastern Town
Audrey  (English)
Variant of Etheldreda: from the Old English Name Aethelthryth, Meaning Noble and Strength. Famous Bearer: St Etheldreda, Later Known As St Audrey, Founded a Monastery at Ely
Baal  (Biblical)
Master; Lord
Baal-meon  (Biblical)
Idol or Master of the House
Baal-peor  (Biblical)
Master of the Opening
Baal-tamar  (Biblical)
Master of the Palm-tree
Baalim  (Biblical)
Idols; Masters; False Gods
Basset  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Member of the Red Rose or Lancaster Faction
Belshazzar  (Biblical)
Master of the Treasure
Beta  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth, , Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Originally Derived from a Central and Eastern European Name
Boris  (Russian)
Fight. Fighter. Famous Bearers: Russian Writer Boris Pasternak, Author of Dr Zhivagoz; Boris Godunov, Tsar of Russia from to ; British Actor Boris Karloff, Who Played Frankenstein's Monster In
Brendan  (Irish)
Prince. Some Scholars Believe Brendan Means 'stinking Hair' Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot St Brendan Founded a Monastery at Clonfert in County Galway; Then is Said to Have Sailed Across the At
Cailean  (Gaelic)
Dove; a Gaelic Form of the Late Latin Columba. The Name Was Borne by St. Columba (521-97), Who Was an Irish Missionary of Great Influence in Both Ireland and Scotland. He Founded Several Monastery Sch
Cartagh  (Irish)
Variant of Carthach: Loving. A Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Carthach  (Irish)
Loving. A Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Carthage  (English)
The Anglicized Form of the Irish Carthach, Which is a Variant of Caradoc. The Irish St. Carthach, Also Known As St Carthage, Founded an Early Th Century Monastery at Lismore, County Waterford
Caster  (English)
From the Roman Camp
Ceaster  (English)
Lives at the Camp
Creighton  (Scottish)
A Person from Crichton, a Town in Southeastern Scotland
Cwrig  (Welsh)
Master
Cy  (English)
Master, Lord. A Diminutive of Cyril or Cyrus
Cybil  (Latin)
A Forecaster of the Future (Cybill, Sibyl, Sybyl)
Cyril  (English)
Master; Lord
Cyrill  (English)
Master; Lord
Cyrill  (Greek)
Master; Lord
Dharmesh  (Indian)
master of religion
Dong-sun  (Korean)
Eastern Integrity
Dong-yul  (Korean)
Eastern Passion
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