Meaning:Healer; The Lord is salvation
Once a trendy nickname for Jason, Jase has blossomed into an independent title and is right up there with beloved names like Chase and Jace. Jason can be traced back to the Greek word iaomai, meaning “healer,” but also has Hebrew roots and means “the Lord is salvation.” In Greek mythology, Jason and the Argonauts were a group of heroes who embarked on a quest for the Golden Fleece. In the Bible, Jason offered Paul and Silas shelter when they were in great need. If you’d like a modern take on an ancient title, Jase is a strong contender. With this laid-back, easy-breezy name, Baby Jase will be as cool as a cucumber.
Famous People Named Jase
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