Asa is a gender-neutral name of Hebrew origin, meaning “doctor, healer.” The name Asa stems from the Biblical mention of King Asa, the third ruler of Judah and fifth king of the House of David. A faithful ruler beloved by his subjects, Asa was pretty tight with God for the most part. The name Asa also has roots in Old Norse, where it's a feminine name derived from the element áss, “god,” and spelt as Ása. A name drenched in divine energy, Asa is a wonderful choice for baby if you want them to aspire to heal the world.
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