US Popularity:8560
Other Origin(s):Celtic, German, Greek, Swahili
Meaning:Powerful, strong; Man; Earth; Yahweh has helped; Noble, glorious; Father; Heathen god; Dry
Aza is a gender-neutral name of Hebrew, German, Swahili, Greek, and Breton origin that may inspire a taste for adventure in your little one. As a Hebrew name, Aza derives from Uzziah, meaning “Yahweh has helped.” Aza is also the Breton form of the Hebrew Adam, meaning “man” or “earth.” Aza’s Swahili roots lend the mighty meanings of “powerful” and “strong” to align with baby’s warrior spirit. In German, Aza derives from Azzo, which means “noble” and “glorious” from *aþalaz, “father” from *átta, and “heathen god” from Ansuz. Finally, Aza comes crowned with flowers as a nickname for the Greek Azalea, meaning “dry,” and refers to the vibrant, fragrant blossoms. Though three letters long, Aza’s warm and memorable chime and abundant meaning can remind baby that the world is their oyster.
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