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Origin: South Africa
Region Origin: Southern Africa

The name Ashley is of British origin and is derived from the combination of the Old English words "æsc" (ash tree) and "leah" (meadow or forest glade). The name translates to "ash tree meadow" and has been used as both a male and female given name. Ashley was originally an Old English surname and was used as a first name for boys starting in the 16th century. The name gained popularity in the United States in the 1980s and has since been widely used as a given name for both boys and girls. In the UK, Ashley is more common as a boy's name, while in the United States, it is more often given to girls. The name Ashley symbolizes strength, bravery, and connection to nature.

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