The Puritans were among the first to dust off this biblical name and introduce it to the English-speaking world. The happy meaning, the soft falling sound of Ash at the beginning and the trendy –er at the finish have helped propel the gentlemanly Asher to become a more approachable choice. In the Bible, Asher was the eighth son of Jacob and promised a life of blessings and abundance. Today, Asher is more popular than ever, propelling its way to the top 100 and beyond.
Wondering who else shares this name? Check out these well known people who made this baby name famous.
- Asher BlinkoffVoice Actor
- Asher HillFigure Skater
- Asher RothRapper
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Source: Social Security Administration
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