Meaning & History
English form of ANNE (1)
. In the English-speaking world, both this spelling and Anne
have been used since the Middle Ages, though Ann
became much more popular during the 19th century.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Quanna (African American), Anne (Basque), Anna, Hannah (Biblical), Anna (Biblical Greek), Channah (Biblical Hebrew), Anna (Biblical Latin), Anna, Annick (Breton), Ana, Anna, Anka (Bulgarian), Aina, Anna, Anaïs (Catalan), Ana, Hana, Anica, Anita, Anka, Jana, Nensi (Croatian), Anna, Hana, Aneta (Czech), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Ane, Anika, Anita, Hanne (Danish), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Hannah, Anika, Anita, Anke, Anneke, Annelien, Annika, Anouk, Ans, Antje (Dutch), Anna, Anu (Estonian), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anita, Anneli, Anni, Anniina, Annika, Annikki, Annukka, Anu, Hannele, Niina (Finnish), Anne, Hannah, Anaïs, Annette, Anouk, Ninon (French), Ana (Georgian), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Hannah, Anika, Anina, Anke, Annika, Antje, Hanne (German), Anna (Greek), Channah, Hannah, Chanah (Hebrew), Anna, Anikó, Annuska, Panni (Hungarian), Anna, Hanna (Icelandic), Nainsí (Irish), Anna, Annabella, Annetta (Italian), Ona (Lithuanian), Ana (Macedonian), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anita, Anniken, Hanne (Norwegian), Anna, Anaïs (Occitan), Anna, Hanna, Anita, Anka, Hania (Polish), Ana, Anabela, Anita (Portuguese), Ana, Anca (Romanian), Anna, Ania, Annushka, Anya (Russian), Ana, Anica, Anka (Serbian), Anna, Hana (Slovak), Ana, Anica, Anika, Anita (Slovene), Ana, Anabel, Anita (Spanish), Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anita, Annika, Hanne (Swedish), Hanna (Ukrainian), Hena, Henda, Hene, Henye (Yiddish)
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