User comments for Annika (Pronunciation Only)

I would pronounce it AH-ni-kuh.
Kp_quarternote  7/8/2017
We are Danish-American and named our daughter this. In Denmark, it is said Ann-uh-ka. That is the way we like it pronounced in the US. Almost everyone guesses Ah-nik-ah at first because we live in an area with a lot of Swedish influence. I don't mind either pronunciation. I love the name and never correct others because it sounds good to me both ways. When my daughter is older, she can choose which she prefers.
― Anonymous User  4/1/2016
I have a niece named Annika... commonly pronounced as AhnNeeKa... however my niece's name is pronounced AnnEhKa. I absolutely love her name... Annika Tate (middle).
bbsjss  3/30/2015
We named our daughter Annika in 2013 and I love it. The best part about it, for me is that it sounds lovely however its pronounced. I'm Canadian and my friends and family pronounce it "ANNE-ika" while my husband is Scandinavian and his family pronounce it "Auh-nika" I've even had people pronounce it "auh-NEE-kah" and I think that's great too. I never correct people because, to me, that's the beauty of the name - it sounds lovely all over the world. I also like the nicknames that she has to choose from - Annie, Ann, Anna, Nika. I'm so happy we choose this name.
― Anonymous User  12/16/2014
I prefer ann neh kuh

Eh over E.
ThatMazerunnerfan  8/30/2014
In German it's pronounced AH-nee-kah. [noted -ed]
mafiosa  8/6/2009
The girl I met named Annika pronounces it Awn-ik-uh.
― Anonymous User  2/19/2007
Listen to the German pronunciation of Annika here:
_satu_  9/3/2006
Dutch pronunciation is AH-nee-kah. [noted -ed]
X-Mar  2/18/2006
Annika is pronounced as UNN-ick-ah in Sweden. Very popular among today's mothers, not among today's babies. Annika was Pippi's friend in "Pippi Longstocking" by Astrid Lindgren, one reason for the name's popularity in Sweden. Annika Sörenstam is a famous Swedish golf player.
Ylva  9/29/2005

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