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Gender: Male

The name Asser is a boy's name . Asser and discussed in our forums with posts like "A Lot Can Happen In Sixty Years - Part 1".

Variation of Asher

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Famous People Named Asser

Asser Rafael Wallenius, Finnish Olympic speed skater
Asser Levy, one of the first Jewish settlers of New Amsterdam

Pop Culture References for the name Asser

Comments

MaryKathryn Says:

2017-03-05T00:46:45

Isn't this how some people in England would pronounce Asa?

MaryKathryn Says:

2017-03-05T00:46:11

Or New Zealand

Miri Says:

2017-03-05T00:01:05

NO

Essa Says:

2015-06-17T09:25:08

Or England....

Zelliew Says:

2015-06-17T09:05:36

Or Australia

Zelliew Says:

2015-06-15T12:04:32

It's just one of those names that does not translate

lizway Says:

2015-05-13T00:27:13

SERIOUSLY?

clairels Says:

2015-05-10T00:58:22

According to SSA, there were 5 babies named this last year. Eek!

kiwipop Says:

2015-05-03T04:37:59

No wonder this name rose to 1000% this week

kiwipop Says:

2015-05-03T04:37:09

How unfortunate.

kiki Says:

2014-10-20T00:53:57

asher is fine but not asser

Guest Says:

2014-10-12T16:05:12

Not in America....

marsnu Says:

2014-10-08T15:49:26

It's a non-English variation of Asher. I'm from Finland where little under 4000 males are named Asser.

sorciereblanche Says:

2014-10-05T18:03:21

*relentless snickering*

amf0224 Says:

2014-10-05T01:54:22

Those poor kids! Out of all the names in the whole entire world and this is the one that is chosen. Why, why just not choose Asher!

lilauren Says:

2014-10-01T18:27:14

He couldn't have a nickname, that's for sure...

Kisa Says:

2014-10-01T02:40:00

Hellz no.

Zoey_Artemisia Says:

2014-09-26T07:58:27

Because of my accent, the 'ass' part of this name isn't very predominant (short vowel A) but for a kid to come from somewhere such as America, this would be shameful. I still wouldn't use this name though.

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2014-09-25T22:36:01

Because it's a real name, and it was given to 12 babies in 2012. While I agree the first three letters pretty much rule it out, it's not just something someone made up. It's a variation of Asher and means "blessed, fortunate". :(

madmaddie Says:

2014-09-25T21:56:25

How come this...crappy hot mess...is in the database and other names with ACTUAL MEANING are not?

clairels Says:

2014-09-25T19:54:23

No.