Other Origin(s):Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish
Meaning:Saxon; Stone knife
Saska is a gender-neutral name derived from the feminine Saskia, with German roots beloved throughout Dutch, Finnish, Czech, Swedish, and Danish-speaking communities. Saska derives from the Germanic word for Saxon, sachs, meaning “stone knife,” which refers to the weapons the Saxons used. Names like Sachs, Saskia, and Saska were usually given to those from Saxony, but their modern usage makes them a beacon of remembrance for a bygone era of Europe. Whether honoring baby’s warrior roots or looking for a unique name with chic Scandinavian vibes, Saska lends a title steeped in history and strength.
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