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kayisforkeen  10/21/2018
Annelie Buntenbach is a German politician (Green party) and trade union official.
elbowin  3/2/2018
Annelie Pompe is an adventurer and athlete from Gothenburg, Sweden. She is as a professional adventurer, motivational speaker, photographer (mainly underwater), freediving instructor, yoga instructor, writer, personal trainer and coach.
cutenose  2/21/2017
This is such a beautiful name! It is also very unique! I would totally use this name if I had a daughter, I just hope that it does not become too popular, but I would not be surprised if it did! (:
RosePetals016  6/25/2009
Analie is another way to spell it, but ANNELIE is beautiful!
― Anonymous User  6/24/2009
That is my nickname, my real name is Ena, and everybody calls me Anneli. I pronounce it like a combination of Annie and Lee (Annielee).
enchy  3/4/2009
Director Juraj Herz and actress Terezie Pokorná have a daughter Annelie Herz.
Maggie_Simpson  12/19/2007
To clear up pronunciation issues: In Germany, the name could probably be pronounced Anna-li OR Ann-ay-lyeh. The first pronunciation would be a shortening of Anneliese, and the second is the phonetic pronunciation, similar to the name Ottilie, which is pronounced "Ott-ee-lyeh."
lunalovegood  11/7/2007
This is such a sweet and beautiful name, I am falling in love with this name!
michi_vane  5/24/2007
In Sweden this is just a more modern spelling of Anneli, both originally petforms of names like Anne-Louise, but used as a name since the late 1800's. Why are the two spellings listed here as different names?
― Anonymous User  1/15/2007
I met someone with this name for the first time this year, and I loved it as soon as I heard it. At first I thought it was pronounced Anne Lee, but once I heard the correct pronunciation, which is Anna Lee, I thought it was beautiful. I would definitely consider naming my daughter Annelie. I also like the fact that it’s not very popular or overused.
TiffanyS  11/28/2006
I love the name & pronunciation, but I really like tbird's Ehn-el.
czechcrazy  9/23/2006
German pronunciation is indeed AHN-neh-lee. [noted -ed]
JHK  9/2/2006
My sister is called Annelieke, -ke being a common Dutch diminutive ending. The pronunciation Ahn-nEH-lEE sounds about right. In my family the name's been composed of Anne & lieke (Elizabeth) though, not Annelie & -ke.
thorwald  7/14/2006
I think a German pronunciation of Annelie is Ahn-neh-lee, isn't it? It's a nice name.
― Anonymous User  1/30/2006
This is such a cute name! I love it! The American pronunciation is Anna-LEE, but I think in Germany it's pronounced Ehn-elI.
Tbird  7/29/2005
Actually, the German pronuncation would be more like 'Anneh-lia'.
― Anonymous User  8/9/2005

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