ANIA
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: Polish, Russian
OTHER SCRIPTS: Аня (Russian)
PRONOUNCED: AHN-yah (Polish)   [key]
Meaning & History
Polish diminutive of ANNA, and a variant Russian transcription of ANYA.
Related Names
VARIANTS: Annushka, Anya, Anushka (Russian)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Quanna (African American), Ane, Anne (Basque), Anna, Hanna (Belarusian), Anna, Hannah (Biblical), Anna (Biblical Greek), Channah (Biblical Hebrew), Anna (Biblical Latin), Anna, Annick (Breton), Ana, Anna, Anka (Bulgarian), Aina, Anna, Anaïs (Catalan), Ana, Anja, Hana, Anica, Anita, Anka, Ankica, Jana (Croatian), Anna, Hana, Aneta (Czech), Anja, Anna, Anne, Hanna, Ane, Anika, Hanne (Danish), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Hannah, Anika, Anke, Anneke, Annelien, Anouk, Ans, Antje (Dutch), Ann, Anna, Anne, Hannah, Anissa, Keanna (English), Anna, Anu (Estonian), Anja, Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anneli, Anni, Anniina, Annikki, Annukka, Anu, Hannele (Finnish), Anne, Hannah, Annette, Anouk, Ninon (French), Ana (Georgian), Anja, Anna, Anne, Hanna, Hannah, Anika, Anina, Hanne (German), Anna (Greek), Channah, Hannah, Chanah (Hebrew), Anna, Hanna, Anikó, Annuska, Panni (Hungarian), Anna, Hanna (Icelandic), Anna, Annabella, Annetta (Italian), Anna (Latvian), Ona (Lithuanian), Anke, Antje (Low German), Ana (Macedonian), Anja, Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anniken, Hanne (Norwegian), Anna, Anaïs (Occitan), Ana, Anabela, Anita (Portuguese), Ana, Anca (Romanian), Ana, Anja, Anica, Anka, Jana (Serbian), Anna, Hana (Slovak), Ana, Anja, Anica, Anika, Anita (Slovene), Ana, Anabel, Anita (Spanish), Anja, Anna, Anne, Hanna, Annika, Hannah, Hanne (Swedish), Anna, Hanna (Ukrainian), Hena, Henda, Hene, Henye (Yiddish)
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