Common misspellings for asia:
issa, auqa, gasha, 45ish, jessia, yashua, ashov, asda, adiu, asci, esai, asiain, hattia, asa, asearch, elysia, asis, usially, nausia, usiaian, atio, 30ish, rusia, aspa, autiam, asir, aaaa, aaaaaaa, asin, alecia, asma, ashma, haitia, asai, autior, keshia, aska, bashar, asif, sia, antia, aciave, easiear, casio, asia, asiaa, asier, isiah, asi, atian, varsha, asia's, assiagn, asit, ecial, facia, austia, ohia, awai, rissia, ausio, associa, asina, anesia, nassia, aisa, fushia, usialy, fasha, alycia, aswa, aleshia, akie, osetia, asha, itial, assioate, asion, easialy, massiah, ahha, esialy, asysha, arpiao, easir, 40ish, ashirt, rassia, alia, axia, assiate, issiah, afshar, isaia, autio, nausio, aaaaa, acial, o'shea, aia, noisia, abiah, fashio, aquiar, aisia, rossia, asiais, aficia, aisian, aptio, easiy, alesha, assiat, asias, neausia, iasiah, arshad, basia, versia, asid, awya, racia, eacha, geshia, carssia, vsio, asiay, artial, fasia, 10ish, avia, fashia, passio, adia, ephasia, assian, antio, usiaal, nasia, alsiah, occasio, amesia, alcia, 20ish, usial, nuasia, usiog, lusia, easiar, ayesha, asham, awair, ashama, ashor, aubia, opatio, nusia, dasia, asshe, aabia, auio, essiah, alsio, mesia, asic, arbia, macia, asie, ania, atha, attian, aaaaawww, ashop, akio, asce, ashra, asian, kassia, elesia, aji, faicia, fusia, keyshia, msia, rashia, orissia, sousia, tessia, awsa, zsia, ssia, wsia, qsia, awia, asja, asoa, as9a, as8a, asiz, asiw, asiq, zasia, azsia, sasia, assia, wasia, awsia, qasia, aqsia, asaia, aszia, axsia, asxia, adsia, aesia, aseia, aswia, asuia, asiua, asjia, asija, askia, asika, asoia, asioa, as9ia, asi9a, as8ia, asi8a, asiza, asiaz, asisa, asiwa, asiaw, asiqa, asiaq, saia, asiia, isia, esia, csia, a3ia, acia, asya, asayea, aseyea, a sia, as ia, asi a.
Definition of asia:
- muddy; boggy
- is used to denote Proconsular Asia, a Roman province which embraced the western parts of Asia Minor, and of which Ephesus was the capital, in Acts 2:9 ; 6:9 ; 16:6 ; Acts 19:10 Acts 19:22 ; Acts 20:4 Acts 20:16 Acts 20:18 , etc., and probably Asia Minor in Acts 19:26 Acts 19:27 ; 21:27 ; 24:18 ; 27:2 . Proconsular Asia contained the seven churches of the Apocalypse ( Revelation 1:11 ). The " chiefs of Asia" ( Acts 19:31 ) were certain wealthy citizens who were annually elected to preside over the games and religious festivals of the several cities to which they belonged. Some of these " Asiarchs" were Paul's friends.
- ( orient ). The passages in the New Testament where this word occurs are the following; ( Acts 2:9 ; 6:9 ; 16:6 ; Acts 19:10 Acts 19:22 Acts 19:26 Acts 19:27 ; Acts 20:4 Acts 20:16 Acts 20:18 ; 21:27 ; 27:2 ; Romans 16:5 ; 1 Corinthians 16:19 ; 2 Corinthians 1:8 ; 2 Timothy 1:15 ; 1 Peter 1:1 ; Revelation 1:4 Revelation 1:11 ) In all these it may be confidently stated that the word is used for a Roman province which embraced the western part of the peninsula of Asia Minor and of which Ephesus was the capital.
- the largest continent with 60% of the earth's population; it is joined to Europe on the west to form Eu
- the nations of the Asian continent collectively
- the largest continent with 60% of the earth's population; it is joined to Europe on the west to form Eurasia; it is the site of some of the world's earliest civilizations
- The largest continent in the world, in the eastern hemisphere; area, 17, 259, 890 sq. m.