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1861 Ashild Norse God fighting. F
1862 Ashilda Norse God fighting. F
1863 Ashilde Norse God fighting. F
1864 Ashima Biblical Crime, offense. F
1865 Ashira Hebrew Wealthy. F
1866 Ashla English Meadow of ash trees. F
1867 Ashlea English Feminine form of Ashley: Ash tree meadow. F
1868 Ashleah English Meadow of ash trees. F
1869 Ashlee English Meadow of ash trees. F

1870 Ashleen English Meadow of ash trees. F
1871 Ashleena English Meadow of ash trees. F
1872 Ashleigh English Meadow of ash trees. F
1873 Ashlen English Meadow of ash trees. F
1874 Ashley Anglo-Saxon Dwells at the ash tree meadow. F
1875 Ashley English Lives in the ash tree grove. Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English word for ash wood. Famous bearer: Ashley, the male character in Margaret Mitchell's popular 'Gone with the Wind'. Both a male and female name. F
1876 Ashlie English Meadow of ash trees. F
1877 Ashlin English Meadow of ash trees. F
1878 Ashling Irish Vision. F
1879 Ashlinn English Meadow of ash trees. F
1880 Ashly English Meadow of ash trees. F