Meaning : Loved One,
Origin : Irish,
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Numerology information Asthore:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Asthore:
Irish Meaning: The name Asthore is an Irish baby name. In Irish the meaning of the name Asthore is: Loved one.
Expression information Asthore:
People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.
Soul information Asthore:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.
Songs about Asthore:
Alanna Asthore (From "Eileen") by John McCormack from the Album My Wild Irish Rose
Asthore by John McCormack from the Album My Wild Irish Rose
Asthore Machree by James Patrick Callahan from the Album When I Go Back to Ireland
Eileen Alannah Asthore by John McCormack from the Album The Great Songwriters: Victor Herbert
Eileen: Act II - Eileen (Alanna, Asthore) by Eamonn Mulhall from the Album Victor Herbert: Eileen
O Mary Asthore by J.J. Sheridan from the Album Ancient Music of Ireland - From the Petrie Collection
Books about Asthore:
Asthore. Song, etc by Trote (1905)
Sweet Eileen Asthore by James I. Russell (words and music) (1912)
Asthore Machree. - Carringdown. - Song, written by D. Lane. Arranged by E. G. Goddard by Elinor G Goddard (1900)
Asthore! (My darling.) Irish song [begins: " O Mary " ]. Words by L. S. G. Jones by Richard Frederick Harvey (1878)
Asthore Machrée! [Song.] Words and Music by A. Holme by Holme (1887)
Asthore. Song, etc. < In D minor. > by Trote (1893)
Asthore. Irish Valse. [P. F.] by Trote (1897)