A rare male first name. There are very few Ashers in the U.S., although it is popular in Arabian countries. Ashers' are: wise, creative, strong, and friendly. People named Asher are affectionate, seek harmony, and virtuous- with single mindedness they strive only for the general good. Asher's are extremely good looking and attractive in nature, possessing a certain charism. Very inquisitive and full of energy, Ashers' are unique and special people. Ashers' possess a spirit of determination and strong will.
Asher is also a place in Israel
Meaning: happy, blessed, fortunate, or lucky.
Biblical: Asher in the Old Testament was the son of Jacob (his 8th son) and Leah's handmaid Zilpah (her 2nd son) and was the ancestor of one of the twelve tribes of Israel. Asher was promised a life blessed with abundance.
The name was brought into English by the Puritans.
In the past critical scholars conjectured that the name referred to a male counterpart of the goddess Asherah with a name cognate to the Assyrian god Ashur although no evidence of such a deity has been found and the latter name is derived from a different root
1. "What is your sons name?"
"Oh, I love the name Ashton!"
2. "That was pretty daring of you, you must be feeling Asher today."