Sanskrit word Aashi (Sanskrit: आशि) literally means blessing or benediction.
Aashi is an ancient Sanskrit word which means blessing. Aashi refers to someone who is blessed in their journey of life. Another meaning of Aashi is gift from God. Aashi signifies a beautiful gift from God, which is the result of good within. Aashi also denotes a person's sharpness of mind and their integral eligibility to solve problems. Aashi shows the blessing of God that enables one to blossom even in the midst of difficult times and achieve what is loved by God.
As we can clearly see in the chart that the name Aashi start gaining popularity from the year 2002 in the USA. From the year 2002 to 2005 this name was used by very few people, around 10-20 people per year. The name Aashi start gaining popularity from year 2005. Between the year 2005 and 2008 the name Aashi was quiet popular. This name was used by 30-40 people per year to name their babies. After that the name Aashi is quiet popular in USA. More than 700 parents in the USA have named their babies Aashi.
In our opinion Aashi is a beautiful name. It has a very beautiful meaning attached to it. Aashi is a sweet and short name and it has mythological significance also.
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