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GenderFeminine
PronouncedPron.A-gee
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Meaning & History

Diminutive of ÁGOTA or ÁGNES.
Other Languages & CulturesAgnesa Albanian Agatha, Agathe, Agnes, Hagne Ancient Greek Oanez Breton Agnès Catalan Agata, Agneza, Ines, Janja, Jaga, Nensi Croatian Agáta, Anežka Czech Agathe, Agnes, Agnete, Agnetha, Agnethe Danish Agnes, Nes, Neske Dutch Agatha, Agnes, Annis, Inez, Aggie, Annice, Nan, Nance, Nancy English Age Estonian Aune, Iines Finnish Agathe, Agnès, Inès French Agathe, Agnes German Agathe Greek Agnes Icelandic Aignéis, Nainsí Irish Agata, Agnese, Ines Italian Agnese, Agnija, Inese Latvian Nes, Neske Limburgish Agnė, Inesa Lithuanian Agnija Macedonian Agathe, Agnes, Ågot, Agnete, Agnetha, Agnethe Norwegian Agata, Agnieszka, Jagienka, Jagna, Jagusia Polish Águeda, Inês Portuguese Agafya, Agata, Agnessa Russian Agata, Agnija, Janja, Jaga Serbian Agnesa, Agneša Slovak Agata, Ines, Neža Slovene Agata, Águeda, Inés Spanish Agata, Agnes, Agda, Agneta, Agnetha Swedish Nest, Nesta Welsh
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animals, baby animals, chastity, sheep, virtues
Entry updated July 2, 2017