Definition of Asa. Meaning of Asa. Synonyms of Asa

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Definition of Asa

Asa
Asa As"a, n. [NL. asa, of oriental origin; cf. Per. az[=a] mastic, Ar. as[=a] healing, is[=a] remedy.] An ancient name of a gum.

Meaning of Asa from wikipedia

- Asa may refer to: Asa (name), a masculine given name, including a list of persons and fictional characters with the name Asa of Judah, third king of the...
- ASA as an abbreviation or initialism may refer to: Accessible surface area of a biomolecule, accessible to a solvent Acetylsalicylic acid, aspirin Acrylonitrile...
- Aṣa (/ˈæʃə/ ASH-ə; born Bukola Elemide 17 September 1982) is a Nigerian-French singer, songwriter, and recording artist. Aṣa was born in Paris to Nigerian...
- Asa Maxwell Thornton Farr Butterfield (/ˈeɪsə/; born 1 April 1997) is an English actor. He began his acting career at the age of 9 in the television drama...
- Asa Akira (born January 3, 1986) is an American **** actress and adult film director. Akira has appeared in over 505 adult films as of May 2016...
- Party Åsa Larsson (born 1966), Swedish crime-fiction writer Åsa Regnér (born 1964), Swedish politician Åsa Romson (born 1972), Swedish politician Åsa Sandell...
- arithmetic speed scale, ASA PH2.5-1960 also introduced logarithmic ASA grades (100 ASA = 5° ASA), where a difference of 1° ASA represented a full exposure...
- ASA style is a widely accepted format for writing university research papers in the field of sociology. It specifies the arrangement and punctuation of...
- Åsa IF is a Swedish football club located in Åsa. The club was formed following a meeting at the Åsa lantmannaförening (Asa Farmers' ****ociation) on 21...
- Asa is a given name in several parts of the world. In English, the usual pronunciation is /ˈeɪsə/ or /ˈeɪzə/. Asa (אסא): derived from the Hebrew language...
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