Ash

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See also: ash, äsh, and 'ash

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Ash (countable and uncountable, plural Ashes)

  1. (Egyptian mythology) The Egyptian god of oases.
  2. Oisc, also spelled Æsc or Ash, an Anglo-Saxon king of Kent
  3. A topographic surname, from Middle English for someone who lived near ash trees.
  4. A male given name transferred from the surname.
  5. A diminutive of the female given names Ashley or Ashlee.
  6. A village and civil parish in Dover district, Kent, England (OS grid ref TR2858).
  7. A town and civil parish in Guildford borough, Surrey, England, near Aldershot (OS grid ref SU8950).

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