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It reminds me of the French word for pineapple - Ananas.
-- Anonymous User  9/17/2006
Also in Danish "ananas" means "pineapple". I had a doll named Ananas when I was a little girl. Don't ask why!
-- elliebeth  2/8/2007
If pronounced, ah-naw-nee-us, sounds like "anonymous" -- which would be at cross-purposes with actually naming a child!
-- leananshae  12/19/2007
Ananias Dare was the father of Virginia Dare, the first English child born in America. She was born on Roanoke Island on August 18, 1587. What became of Ananias Dare and his daughter remains unknown to this day, as they were both members of the Lost Colony.
-- Calla  7/13/2008
I'm surprised that this name is not popular, considering the trendiness of biblical names for boys. I like this name a lot. It sounds sophisticated.
-- bananarama  9/3/2009
This would be a good name for a boy used to honor a woman named Anne or Anna. Anne is graceful or gracious and Ananias means God is gracious. Also a unique option for those who like names like Jonas, Elias, or Linus.
-- Jamesina  6/16/2010
I'm not keen on this name, since it sounds like the word for pineapple in many languages, such as Polish. I can't see it as a name.
-- Buneary  8/31/2014

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