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Asa

[ ey-suh ]
/ ˈeɪ sə /
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noun
a king of Judah, 913?–873? b.c. 1 Kings 15:8–24.
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Origin of Asa

From Hebrew ʾasāʾ, of uncertain meaning

Other definitions for Asa (2 of 2)

ASA

abbreviation
Acoustical Society of America.
American Standards Association: former name of the American National Standards Institute.
the numerical exposure index of a photographic film under the system adopted by the American Standards Association, used to indicate the light sensitivity of the film's emulsion.
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British Dictionary definitions for Asa

ASA

abbreviation for
(in Britain) Amateur Swimming Association
(in Britain) Advertising Standards Authority
(in the US) American Standards Association
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Medical definitions for Asa

ASA

abbr.
acetylsalicylic acid
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