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I love the name Anaïs! I think that it would be very pretty for a girl here, but unfortunately, Americans don't normally use the accent tréma.
-- Riley115  12/29/2005
Anaïs is very beautiful. It's a shame that it isn't a more cosmopolitan name that people in lots of different countries could use.
-- hana  2/28/2006
A famous bearer of this name was the French-born American authoress, Anaïs Nin (1903-1977).
-- Braveheart  5/19/2006
According to the Wikipedia site for the Anaïs Nin (1903-1977), the pronunciation is "ana-EESE" [ana'i:s].
-- Braveheart  5/19/2006
It's my sister's name and yes, the S must be pronounced in French. Also, a famous perfume from Cacharel is named 'Anaïs Anaïs'.
-- lena88  5/30/2006
An amazing, awesome singer called Anais Mitchell was born in Vermont and won the Kerrville folk festival in Texas. I really, really, really recommend her!
-- nelirosala  6/13/2006
Lovely! The sound, spelling, it's all nice.
-- Maree  6/18/2006
This is an absolutely gorgeous name. It was my French name in French class two years ago. My teacher then pronounced the s. It had a light and delicate sound ("ah-nah-ees".) But then I got a new teacher, who didn't pronounce the s at the end, so she made me change it to Anaïse, and pronounced it as "ahn-ah-eez."
Still, either way, a pretty name.
-- ragexprincess  9/2/2006
Anais is also Hebrew for "graceful", Latin for "God's grace", French for Anna, meaning "favor" or "grace".
-- Lilac Harlequin  10/10/2006
I love the name Anais! It's beautiful! So bright, and intelligent. This is a name more parents should consider. It's almost a shame that more parents haven't named their kids this, but if it was popular I wouldn't want to use it! So parents, feel free to use this name, but don't overuse it please!
-- Anonymous User  12/30/2006
This is a gorgeous name, though the pronunciation may be difficult for some.
-- celestial  1/10/2007
I like the name, always had. Always pronounced it differently. A-nice/uh-nice. However I think it could be tricky since it has the two dots on the i, it would be hard in school. It's pretty though.
-- roxhai  3/6/2007
I adore this name! I will definitely call my daughter this.
-- annavedette  3/15/2007
Anaïs Lameche was a member of the Swedish pop group PLAY.
-- ShizukoChan  7/27/2007
I would never name a child this. It looks too much like the word anus.
-- Anonymous User  12/17/2007
Actors Gabriel Macht and Jacinda Barrett have a daughter Anais Geraldine Macht, born on 17th August 2007 in L.A.
-- Emilie007  5/28/2008
It's a beautiful name, ultra feminine and exotic. Anais has an etheral ring to it, I also love how it's short and simple, yet so classy and elegant. I'm glad it's not overly used, that keeps it special!
-- Anonymous User  9/2/2008
It's a gorgeous name! Sweet and delicate, you can also spell it: ANNAIS. To avoid mispronunciations.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2008
I like this name, but not enough for me to use it myself because nobody will pronounce this name correctly.
-- bananarama  9/18/2008
When I first saw this name, I thought it was pronounced "an ass."
-- GunsnRoses8794  11/24/2008
It is derived from the Persian goddess of love, Anaitis.
-- Pyxxis  12/4/2008
Anais, or Anaïs (ah-nah-iss), is a female given name derived from the Persian goddess of love, Anaitis.
-- adelina  4/5/2009
I heard it for the first time when my mother had this perfume called "Anais-Anais" by Cacharel. I hated the perfume a lot (I was 10), but the name was so beautiful. I thought of a girl named "Anais" as a very feminine, playful and very chic but still classy, romantic and had a flair for classic florals.

Nine years later, I still think it's a beautiful name, and the perfume is still not my cup of tea, but "Promesse" by Cacharel is my favorite perfume.
-- pusherwoman  5/24/2009
Nobody knows how to pronounce it in the US. Unfortunately, it sort of reminds me of "anus," though it is a very pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  6/16/2009
The little sister of my best friend is named Anais. I think it is unique and I especially love the two dots on the "i".
-- Milena Scialfa  10/18/2009
This name is so gorgeous I even don't know how to express my delight and admiration!
-- Anonymous User  12/10/2009
I like to pronounce it "Ah-NIE-uh" it sounds so exotic. Like the courageous warrior princess you'd see in a book or in a movie...
-- writer371  4/11/2011
I used to think it was pronounced A-nay. Quite upset with the proper pronunciation, but if I had a child called Anais, I'd pronounce it A-nay.
-- name_obsession  4/22/2011
Anais Marie Lee (born 2007 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American child actress. She has a twin sister named Mirabelle Beatrice Lee.
-- Anonymous User  8/11/2012
I wouldn't name my kid this, but it's still elegant, beautiful, and delicate. Anais sounds like a name for a beautiful and exotic woman. I can picture an Anais having her name mispronounced often, though. Maybe it's best as a middle name.
-- avengingangelx3  6/10/2013
Actually, I have heard it pronounced more like ah-nay or Anna. I agree with the poster who said they prefer that pronunciation. I think if you want it to be said like that, you would spell it Anais, without the dots over the i.
-- Anonymous User  6/18/2013
The name Anais was given to 207 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013

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