ASHA

American School Health Association
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ASHA

American Social Health Association
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ASHA

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
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asha

(from the article `providence`) ...in the Persian religion of Zoroastrianism (also called Mazdaism and, in India, Parsiism) founded during the late 7th and early 6th centuries by ... ...worshiped`). At the head of the pantheon stood Ahura Mazd, who was particularly connected with the principle of cosmic and social order and truth ...
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ASHA

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
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Asha

Asha (ə; aša) is the Avestan language term (corresponding to Vedic language ṛta) for a concept of cardinal importance to Zoroastrian theology and doctrine. In the moral sphere, aša/arta represents what has been called `the decisive confessional concept of Zoroastrianism.` The opposite of Avestan aša is druj, `lie.` The significance of th...
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Asha

[Ewoks] I took this in April 2006 ...
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Asha

Asha is a Hindustani name for girls. The meaning is `Hope, long life` The name Asha is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) It is given to both boys and girls there. The name sounds like: Isha, Aysha, Asia, Ashia, Ashah, Aesha, Usha Similar names are: Asa, Ashra, Ashla, Assa
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Asha

(Av.) a fundamental concept of Zoroastrianism; there is no adequate translation, although the following are often used World-order, Truth, Right, righteousness, holiness; Ardwahisht (Skt. 'rta')
Found on http://www.avesta.org/zglos.html
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