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Gender: Male Meaning of Asser: "fortunate, blessed, happy one" Origin of Asser: Hebrew

Asser Origin and Meaning

Variation of Asher

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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.