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Hannah is the best name in the whole wide world. It's a very feminine name and I love it. I think everyone should be called Hannah!
-- Anonymous User  3/7/2005
To the first commenter: No, not everyone should be called Hannah. There are already enough of us, without every single person on the face of the planet being called Hannah!
-- Anonymous User  8/29/2006
This name is prononced khah-nah in Hebrew.
-- Miss Claire  4/10/2005
Hannah is not pronounced that way Miss Claire. The correct Hebrew pronunciation is Hah-nah. Hah as in Chanukah. Hannah is also spelled Channah, Hanah, or Chanah in Hebrew.
-- BornOnRoshHashanah  3/30/2008
I think that spelling this name withough the 'h' looks nice as well: Hanna.
-- miraclegirl80  7/2/2005
In Hebrew Hannah means grace of god.
-- XxLeah04xX  8/10/2005
In Chinese, Hannah means "Clever" and "Praiseworthy".
-- author  8/15/2005
A famous bearer of this name is Hannah Taylor Gordon, Anne Frank in the 2001 ABC miniseries Anne Frank: The Whole Story.
-- SkywalkerFan  9/16/2005
I think Hannah is a pretty name, but it makes me think of "Hannah-banana."
-- Anonymous User  12/7/2005
Hannah and Her Sisters is the name of a Woody Allen film, where Hannah was played by Mia Farrow.
-- Anonymous User  12/16/2005
I think Hannah is a beautiful and soft yet strong name. Though it is not a common name with adults I know a lot of girls under twenty that are called Hannah. I should know as I'm one!
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
I don't like the name Hannah very much. I don't know why though. It reminds me of chav girls. I don't know why. Anyway, it has become very common recently. Four girls in my class are called Hannah. If you want to name your kid Hannah, I would suggest you give her another name to go with it, so she is unique. Like Hannah-Marie or Hannah-Houston. ^_^
-- helena92  1/8/2006
Well, as you can see by my username - I'm called Hannah Marie. At first I didn't like my name but now I love it. I used to think it was a bit boring but when I team it up with Marie it sounds more interesting and I love that I'm called Hannah Marie.
-- hannahmarienoton  2/5/2009
My name is Hannah. I hate my name - it's so unoriginal. I know six thouand other girls called Hannah. It's like being called John if you're a guy, so many other people are called it. I'd like to have a name that was original in some way, whether it was uncommon or invented. You get only one name to go through this life with and it really irritates me that mine's such a boring one.
-- Anonymous User  1/27/2006
Anna is a lot prettier and less common.
-- Anonymous User  1/27/2006
I like how Hannah is the same spelled backwards.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2006
Hannah is the main character in the book and film 'The Devil's Arithmetic'.
-- fawkes100  3/7/2006
If I had a girl her name would be Hannah. I just love this name. It is such a beautiful, graceful name.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
I've come to love this name, but I don't know why. It seems inexplicably soft, almost angelic, but strong at the same time. Far too common though.
-- Xandaerin  4/27/2006
I am called Hannah and I love the name because there are 500 people in my school and I think only 2 of them are called Hannah but all of my teachers call me Anna and it really annoys me! My full name is Hannah Robyn which I think goes well but I do like Hannah and it means grace or joy which is nice.
-- hrmjnr  5/10/2006
Dakota Fanning (actress) is actually named Hannah Dakota Fanning.
-- 3011112ed  5/10/2006
Kill Hannah is a rock band out of Chicago. Daryl Hannah played a mermaid in the movie "Splash."
-- breakofday  5/15/2006
Hannah is going to be my first child's name. Hannah Margaret. I will name her this because I knew this sweet friend in school named Hannah. She is so inspiring. Why not name my kid after her? ;) Plus, this is my favorite name EVER!
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2006
I like the name Hannah. I have had around 5 friends named Hannah though and there are 4 Hannah's in my class and 2 of them are my friends, but I do like the fact that you can spell it backwards - HannaH - that's so cool!
-- Anonymous User  6/16/2006
Hannah is my name and I don't really like it because it is too common and rather plain. My parents chose this name because it sounded like my Chinese name Han Qi.
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2006
Hannah is my name, Hannah Renee. I think that the name is really pretty, and although there are a lot of people named Hannah, it isn't a common big-name star name, like Jessica or Jennifer. I think as long as there's a pretty middle name, a hyphen just looks kind of silly I think, it's one of the best names a girl can have. Hannah by itself looks a bit plain, but look at all the nicknames! Han, Hannie (I can't stand it, but some can), and there are actually a few others. There may be a boost in people named Hannah, but I think that it's a good thing.
-- hannahxxdiva  6/27/2006
Hannah is my name, and all my life I have had to protest every time someone called me "Hannah Banana." Oddly enough, in a convenience store recently I saw a Laffy Taffy that was called "Hannah Banana"!
-- Anonymous User  7/16/2006
Nice name.
-- Anonymous User  7/29/2006
I love this name because it is elegant and is a sensible sort of name and I love it because my best mate has it.
-- Anonymous User  7/29/2006
Theres a tv show called Hannah Montana on Disney Channel.
-- Anonymous User  7/31/2006
There is also a song in a beginner piano book titled "Hannah From Montana," and a city in Indiana called Hannah.
-- Anonymous User  8/9/2006
British singer and actress Hannah Spearitt bears the name.
-- Maggie_Simpson  8/12/2006
Listen to the German pronunciation of Hannah here:
http://www.nordicnames.de/Aussprache.html.
-- _satu_  9/3/2006
Hannah is such a beautiful and elegant sounding name. It makes me think of a name for a little princess.
-- LynnLynn  10/10/2006
Hannah (Hoes) van Buren was the wife of Martin van Buren, the 8th president of the United States of America. However, she died before he was ever elected president, so she was never the first lady.
-- Eruanna_Meldiriel  11/19/2006
I like it, but it's getting up there in popularity.
-- xKatiex  11/23/2006
I personally love the name Hannah (because it's my name mostly) but lately it has become very popular. When I was younger however, Hannah wasn't a very common name.
-- hannahbella  12/7/2006
I love this name. It's my name. I just hate being called Banana all the time, it's annoying, also it's cool because you can spell it backwards. Overall it's a beautiful name that means a beautiful thing.
-- WeWrite  1/1/2007
In Denmark Anna is much more common than Hannah. Instead many Danes have Hanne as their name.
-- elliebeth  1/13/2007
"Hannah" is a Ray Lamontagne song.
-- Surreal  1/20/2007
Kind of cute, I guess.
-- gracielou16  1/22/2007
My name is Hannah Rachel Douglas. I love my name Hannah, it is such a beautiful name and it really is so special because I believe that there's something about the name Hannah that attracts you to it. Just a thought. I want to name my daughter Rachel Hannah, so that she's named after me. My nicknames are Han, Hanzie, Hanz, Hazza.
-- hanzdouglas  3/15/2007
My name is Hannah, and many, MANY people do in fact call me Hannah Banana. It annoys me to no end. I really do wish that my name was just a tad more original(something like Aeri, or Rose, perhaps). I get annoyed when people spell it Hanna, because that last "h" makes it unique.
-- Writer_13  3/15/2007
I think Hannah is a gorgeous name! Hannah is my favorite spelling of the name. The only problem I have with it is it is way too common.
-- x3ThatGurlAmberx3  3/26/2007
I used to dislike this name, now I think it's really sweet and pretty.
-- bellaboo  4/6/2007
I love this name, it's just WAY too common. I think it's really sweet and pretty.
-- Anonymous User  4/9/2007
I think this name is really pretty and it sounds nice.
-- lisa_7  4/11/2007
Hannah Abbot is a minor character in Harry Potter. She is a Hufflepuff who is in Harry's year at school.
-- Anonymous User  5/5/2007
I think this name is pretty. I prefer it to Anna.
-- CharlieRob  5/9/2007
Elijah Wood has a sister named Hannah.
-- Martha Gold  5/31/2007
Pronounced as "HAH-nah"
-- Karcoolka  7/10/2007
Even though the name Hannah is common it is also unique. It's funny how when I tell people my name they think I'm saying Anna so I have to set them straight. I also love my name because it's a palindrome.
-- Anonymous User  7/26/2007
In Caroline Cooney's book "The Face on the Milk Carton" and its three sequels, Hannah Javensen is the cultist daughter of Frank and Miranda Johnson. It is assumed that Hannah kidnapped Janie, though the Johnsons were led to believe that Janie was Hannah's daughter.
-- popular1  7/26/2007
Well, I don't really like the name Hannah that much. I think it sounds plain and simple.
-- bunnyfufu63  8/8/2007
This is my name! [Hannah (first name) Marie (middle name NOT connected with a ridiculous hyphen!)] I used to hate it because it seemed so plain, but it's pretty and I think very unique! I know only about 3 or 4 people named Hannah. On the other hand I've met countless Jessica's, Kayla's, Brooke's, Ashley's, Courtney's etc.

People have called me Hannah Montana and I like that better than Banana or Banna. One thing I hate is people leaving off the last H. I also hate Hanna (pronounced HAW-nuh). It sounds like a crotchety old lady name.
-- Anonymous User  8/13/2007
One of the singers of the British pop group S Club 8/Juniors is named Hannah Riching.
-- Tirose  8/19/2007
I used to absolutely love the name Anna, but it has recently started looking sort of masculine to me. I guess that's why Hannah is a new favorite of mine; it's very feminine.
-- Anonymous User  8/22/2007
Means "colorful" in Persian.
-- sarahj  8/25/2007
Czech and Slovak pronunciation is "HAH-nah".
-- Maggie_Simpson  9/21/2007
Too Jewish. I also can't help but think of the Woody Allen movie when I hear this name.
-- johann14  9/24/2007
Hannah isn't a name that I would ever have considered using. I don't particularly care for the sound of it. And for some reason (I have no idea why) whenever I hear the name Hannah I think of chicken soup. And I hate chicken soup.
-- queenv  10/3/2007
This name is beautiful. I think it is more beautiful spelled "Channah".
-- Viktoriya  10/20/2007
Beautiful but sadly overused. So what's the problem if it sounds 'too' Jewish? And, um, 'Channah' is horrid.
-- Anonymous User  11/15/2007
Apparently my parents thought about naming me this. I like this name but I don't think it fits me. And the meaning is grace which would NOT fit me.
-- renee06  11/30/2007
Hannah is my name and I think it is a beautiful name, although very plain. The nicknames and how common it is annoy me. Of the nicknames I've had about 3 people call me Hannah-Banana on a regular basis. I have gotten so that it is more of an insult than anything else when I am called Hannah-Montana or Hanni.
-- spacehap  1/5/2008
My name is Hannah, and I have been followed by it for my whole life. I went to a school where my class had 10 girls, and three of us were named Hannah. Then I moved, and I still get confused with other Hannahs, Annas, and strangely enough, Amandas. It is an ok name I guess, but it is more fun to poke around with it: Channah, Hanna, Hana, it's fun to play with.
-- C_R_Trulssri  1/6/2008
Despite being slightly overused, Hannah sounds beautiful to me. I either picture a Hannah like a girl with multiple shades of blonde in her hair and a kind smile, or an auburn-haired beauty fraught with confidence and care. Love it.
-- jolidanstitre  1/15/2008
Hannah is one of the cute little Asian girls on Jon and Kate Plus 8.
-- Anonymous User  1/19/2008
To the commenter who brought up "Jon and Kate Plus 8": The little girl isn't "Asian", my friend. She was born and raised in South Pennsylvania. Kim Jong-il is Asian. Takeshi Kaneshiro is Asian. However, that family is American, including the little girl. And before you or anyone says "the dad is Asian", no, he isn't. He's a born and raised American who's half French and Welsh.
-- Anonymous User  3/8/2008
Hannah was the first wife of Elkanah, a man from the hill country of Ephraim, Hannah was mocked by her husband's second wife, Peninnah, because she had borne no children. Though her husband tried to comfort her, Hannah was mortified by her infertility and often wept or fasted in her distress. Finally, on one of her family's annual pilgrimages to the temple at Shiloh, she made a vow to God that if she was granted a son, she would dedicate him to the LORD for life. Hannah returned home and, in time, gave birth to a son. Whom she named Sammuel. When her son was weaned she took him back to the church at Shiloh and dedicated him to the LORD as she had promised.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/1/2008
I think it's an okay name. Yet I don't really understand why everyone loves it so much. There are many prettier names.
-- spaz123  2/23/2008
Booorrriiing!
-- Anonymous User  3/5/2008
Also used in Ireland.
-- Dianna475  3/25/2008
I like the name Hannah but I know too many people with this name. It does have a nice sound and isn't too hard to spell so I can see why it's popular.
-- Anonymous User  4/6/2008
I like the name Hannah. It sounds like a really sweet girl. Not only does it sound pretty for a young child it will sound beautiful for an adult.
-- Samantha-chan  4/21/2008
Although it is a popular name everyone called Hannah seems to be soooo unique and full of personality. It is a great name!
-- Anonymous User  5/13/2008
It's an overused, rather dull choice, but on a positive note, no one in their right minds would say that it's ugly, tacky, trashy, immature, or stripper-ish. It's not one of the most elegant and exquisite names out there, but it's got class, unlike some trendy and horribly spelled names like Nevaeh and Haylee. It's a pretty safe choice that shouldn't lead to prejudice and discrimination.
-- slight night shiver  5/31/2008
The book itself isn't all that popular, but for what it's worth, in the book Frankenstein's Aunt, Hannah Frankenstein is, well, Frankenstein's aunt.
-- welovejamesarness  6/7/2008
Hannah is a bland boring name to me, I have 9 other Hannahs in my class out of 20 people, it's just so common.
-- abcolleenz79  7/17/2008
This is my name and I think it's a little too common but I still like it.
-- snickerdoodle  7/23/2008
I know about three people with this name and I think it's lovely. I can't imagine anyone over the age of fifty with that name.
-- rachypiesheepbaa  7/24/2008
Ashley, Emily, Hannah, Sarah, and Tiffany all have one thing in common: overused.
-- erb816  8/22/2008
I do agree with some of the earlier points, it is a tad too common. I'm getting quite tired of having it called out in public and turn around, only to find that they're talking to someone else (Yes, this is my name.) It's starting to get rather tedious; for these reasons, I would never hold the desire to name a child, Hannah.
-- BlackMartian923  8/26/2008
Hannah is my name, and I like it. It's a bit too overused, but I was named at the very start of this trend. I think that it's feminine, but yet strong enough to make the bearer not sound weak. It's a much better name than Anna or Ann.
-- magicalhannah7  10/14/2008
This name is well-used in the Middle Eastern world. I know so many Hannahs! And they are all like 5 or 6 years old.
-- Arieanne  12/23/2008
Hannah Montana ruined this name for me. A pretty name dumbed down by a Disney cookie-cutter pop star. Sorry to those who are named this or is a fan of her.
-- _0TophasNails_1  12/25/2008
In the 2008 film 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth' (based on Jules Verne's book) there is a main character called Hannah. She is clever and adventurous and quite a cool character. As for the name itself, I think it's quite nice. Reminds me of Anna, which is one of my favourite names.
-- Saffine Grace  1/5/2009
I like the name Hannah, but I don't know of any good nicknames that it has. I normally love names with nickname potential, but I do like Hannah (Only this spelling though. No Hanah or Hanna or Hana.) Any nickname suggestions?
-- Anonymous User  2/3/2009
I'm so using this name for a daughter! Hannah is so pretty! I used to like the name Anna, but now my new favourite is Hannah!
-- rachypiesheepbaa  2/10/2009
From the Hebrew name חַנָּה (Channah) which meant "beloved" or "dear".
-- MaggieSimpson  2/14/2009
Also used in the Netherlands where it is pronounced HAH-nah.
-- renee06  3/6/2009
I think that this name is very cute and all, but I just cannot see a grown woman or a grandmother named Hannah! No offense to anyone with that name, I still think that it's pretty. :)
-- Anonymous User  6/30/2009
Too popular for my taste, but it's cute.
-- Lexi_Love14  7/6/2009
An absolutely gorgeous girls name. Sophistication and charm, beauty and grace. What a beautiful name :)
-- Sammy1969  7/12/2009
I can't tell you how much I don't like this name. I think about Hannah Montana, maybe the worst series ever.
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2009
I like it, but Hannah Montana ruined it for me.
-- -Julia-  7/23/2009
My name is obviously Hannah, & it's an okay name. It's neat that it's a pallindrome [can be spelled forwards & backwards] but Hannah Montana did ruin it. But before that I was content with my name, there's nothing super special about it & it's become fairly common.
-- hannahzhainu  7/26/2009
I don't know why, but I hate this name. Reminds me of some ugly stupid girl.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2009
If you come from Yorkshire where we don't pronounce our H properly Hannah is pronounced 'Anna' which can get confusing. :P
-- Anonymous User  9/18/2009
It's rather boring and overused. I prefer the foreign forms Hanna and Hana. This spelling also makes me think of the annoying show Hannah Montana.
-- bananarama  9/20/2009
I like this name pronounced with a long A, though that pronunciation is more intuitive with the spelling Hanna or Hana. I'm tired of seeing and hearing the Hannah variation everywhere, and it also seems to have become a bit of downmarket name too. The name just seems devoid of all creativity and originality now, the type of name chosen just because it was popular or safe.
-- Anyechka  10/6/2009
Hannah was the grandmother of Jesus Christ and the English form is of course Anne.
-- Anton  3/13/2010
One of my best friends is named Hannah, she pronounces it HAN-ah. I personally think the name is overused though.
-- Megan1125  5/26/2010
"Go Down, Old Hannah" is an African Americana folk tune. It will sometimes go by the title "No More Cane on the/this Brazos." It has been recorded by Leadbelly, Odetta, Pete Seeger, Sparky Rucker, and Harry Belafonte, just to name a few. In African American vernacular "Old Hannah" is the sun.
-- ars musica  6/2/2010
My name is Hannah, and I like it. Although everyone keeps saying it's so over used, I was born in '95, just before it started becoming popular, and I only know 3 other Hannah's in my grade. Now, after '95, there are TOO MANY of us. And since I go to a Jr/Sr high, more than 50 of the 7th-9th graders are named Hannah, and it's frustrating standing in the court yard and hearing my name. I like it, since no one else in my class's name is Hannah.
-- zeal138  8/11/2010
Hannah is a very pretty name. It is very popular, but it still is very pretty.
-- CharlieRob  10/4/2010
Hannah Baxter is the real name of Belle de Jour, played by Billie Piper, on ITV's Secret Diary of a Call Girl.
-- xDante  10/20/2010
This name is cute, but unlike its counterpart Anna it doesn't age very well.
-- Chrila96  10/28/2010
Anna is lovely. Hannah... not so much. Too much Hannah Monatana. But I do prefer the Hebrew pronunciation over the English one.
-- Dawson  12/6/2010
It's always seemed a lumpy, frumpy hausfrau sort of name to me, completely lacking in feminine charm or youthful appeal.

Even "Hannah Montana" hasn't been able to shake this image for me. It just made me wonder why they gave a teenage character the name of a plump middle-aged German housewife.
-- keepitreal  1/25/2011
Well, this being my name, I don't have much of an opinion on it. I don't hate it, but I by no means love it. It's unfortunate that my parents weren't aware that nearly every other parents in the years 1990-1995 were naming their daughters Hannah in the U.S.
Nonetheless, it's okay. But I always like it better when it's attached to something (i.e. Hannah darling, Hannah Marie, Hannah dear). "Hannah" is just "Hannah." And as said before, there are WAAAAAAY too many of us.
-- Hannah_E  3/17/2011
I think that Hannah is a lovely name. Granted, I didn't like the name until I knew someone that I admired with the name. :)
-- Alie.Meilian  3/19/2011
The name will forever remain bitter in my mouth. Not only does it sound horribly unprofessional, geriatric, and childish-- it is rather ugly. Whenever I hear "Hannah" being said... It resembles "Hand-A" incredibly too much. However, if you are dead-set on the cruel usage of naming your child this, may I suggest the slightly more professional "Hanna"? (Which I actually can tolerate.)
-- Francesca  5/6/2011
Hannah only sounds like "Hand-a" when someone has a bad cold. Yeah, wicked overused, but I love this name.
-- blondieboo629  9/27/2011
In Meg and Dia's song "Monster," Dia exclaims that she is Hannah's regrets.
-- guardgirl15  6/23/2011
English pronunciation is "HAH-nah".
-- Anonymous User  7/8/2011
I don't like how this name looks or sounds. I think of someone who has a dry personality.
-- GibsonGirl  9/7/2011
According to Islamic traditions, Hannah was the name of the mother of Mary (mother of Jesus).
-- kerrigwen  9/8/2011
Hannah Van Buren was the wife of the 8th United States President, Martin Van Buren.
-- Anonymous User  12/12/2011
My name is spelt Hannah on my birth certificate but I hate the spelling! It is far too common and because there was another Hannah in my class at primary and secondary I was known as Hannah H all through! There were about 10 other Hannah's at least in my school as well! So I changed my name to Hana, it's not official yet but has been this was y for 7 years and nobody spells it Hannah.
I think that my name is lovely but I just like to spell it slightly different so that people know its me and not the 100 other Hannah's that they know!
-- hhughes  1/24/2012
My name is Hannah, and I was born in 1985 (in the US). This was before the name really got popular, so while there aren't a lot of women my age with my name, there are a lot of little girls! I am constantly looking around in public because I hear people yelling out my name when they are calling their children. Growing up, there were a lot of anglicized, hyper feminine names that were popular, like Ashley, Danielle, etc. and I always felt that my name was plain and not feminine, and I hated that it didn't have any good nicknames. Also, the city where I grew up has a high Jewish population, and I always felt that my name was particularly Jewish- it isn't thought of that way now that it is so popular but back then it was. Now I am proud of my name as I realize what a great and strong biblical character Hannah is- and I read a novel called "the song of Hannah" that was great historical fiction about her. I like my name, but I think there are too many little girls named Hannah now. And one last thing- don't call Hannahs "Hannah banana!" We do not like it and you are not being original or clever!
-- hpritzke  7/19/2012
Hannah Marks (born 1993 in Santa Monica, California) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  7/20/2012
It's common and slightly boring, but it's still pretty! One of my best friends is called Hannah.
-- Anonymous User  8/13/2012
Hannah Gordon (b. 1941), an elegant and beautiful Scottish-born British actress and presenter of the popular TV series "Watercolour Challenge" is a famous bearer.
In her heyday this name was seldom heard.

Hannah More (1745-1833) was a celebrated English religious writer and social reformer.
-- Just Jonquil  9/9/2012
Hannah... A very plain name, but yet unique at the same time. Because of its many pronuciations, this name can be as elegant or as plain as you want it to be. It was vastly popular from '95 to 2000, but it still maintained its originality. If you wish to name your child this, give her a more unique middle name so it is not plain to them. Also, remember that many parents are naming their child this, so adding a unique middle name can help differenciate between Hannahs.
-- Anonymous User  10/24/2012
So, there're some mixed impressions of this name and some confused to-be-parents considering this name but still undecided. I figured it's kind of hard for people to guess what it would be like to grow up with this name so I'll tell you what I think of it, as someone whose had fifteen years living under the name HANNAH:

First of all, in my age group it's annoyingly common. I know of about four or five others and am constantly turning around to someone calling 'Hannah' but not to me. In my reception class there was another girl with this name whose surname also started with the same letter as mine. So for an entire year I was known as 'Hannah Mi' as opposed to 'Hannah Mo'. Fortunately we were never in the same class again. However, according to the popularity graphs on this site, it does seem be decreasing in popularity so this may be no longer a problem for when your baby daughter grows up.

Secondly, pronunciation. My parents called me Hannah with the original pronunciation. (HAH-na, Hah as in Chanukah. As BornOnRoshHashanah said- which is a nice way to think of it.) It is not meant to sound like 'Anna'. I pointedly say this to any new person I meet but somehow it still ends up with the hard 'HA' sound at the front. My friends also tease me about being too posh when I say this (admittedly, I guess I am a little). This is usually followed by "Say bath!" or "laugh" or "grass". All of which I pronounce with the same softer prolonged 'ah' sound instead of 'a' which makes me sound 'posh'.

Thirdly, nicknames. In primary school all my friends called me 'Hannah-Bannana' or just 'Bannana'. STILL pronouncing it with the harsh sounding 'Ha' and making the word banana sound the same (hence the purposeful mis-spelling) despite the fact that if they just said it properly the poor fruit wouldn't have had to change it's name as well. I didn't mind the nick-name too much, in fact I encouraged it - liking how it made me sound quite silly, funny and care-free. Now, when my friends want to piss me of this it what they call me. Oh, if only I had known then!

Fourthly: Yes, I know Hannah spelt backwards is the same! So is racecar or kayak. It's called a palindromic word. You do not need to keep pointing this out to me! However, having said this, before we started going out, my current boy-friend would teasingly call me 'Palindrome' so I guess I don't mind it. Honestly, I think it's kind of cool.

Fifthly (I don't think I've ever had so much to say that I've had to use this word before!) Hannah Montana is the most annoying thing ever! Add to my first name that my surname is Miles, which sounds a lot like Miley (Hannah Montana's real name and the actresses name). I haven't heard the end of this since the program first became popular then stupidly childish. I live in hope that the program will die eventually.

Finally, for those of you who believe that a name effects the child's personality (I don't particularly, although it's debatable) here's a little on what I'm like: Shy & quiet (but funny and opinionated around friends), smart, intellectual, artistic, not afraid to stick up for myself if absolutely necessary but I dislike violence (physical OR verbal) and generally find myself the peacemaker. I also dislike the most widely found meaning of my name, "grace; favour or the grace of god" I think this is a somewhat weak personality description and, being mostly atheist/agnostic, probably do not appreciate the name as much as my roman-catholic mother does.

Overall, I guess Hannah is quite a pretty, feminine name but it doesn't make an impression on anyone. If I could have, I would've chosen something different, but I don't hate the name enough to consider changing it legally. I guess I grew into it. Hannah is who I am.

Sorry for ranting, but I hoped that helped.
-- Miss Hannah  12/19/2012
Well, my name is Hannah. I know it's plain and all, but I really enjoy having this name! It is solid and timeless in my opinion :)
-- Anonymous User  1/18/2013
I absolutely hate the name Hannah. It's such a boring, common name, with nothing interesting about it and no nice nicknames. I've been to three different places within a couple weeks, and I heard the name "Hannah" each time. That's how dreadfully common my name is. It's disgusting.

It's my own name, and I've almost always detested having it. It's a very pretty name and all, but it's only nice for other people to have. Me having it is rotten. I actually get depressed sometimes over the prospect of having such a name, but I'd just feel so weird changing it.

Besides this, I already have a cousin named Hannah. I wasn't named after her. I was named after Hannah in the Bible, but the fact that she was a good and faithful women doesn't make me any happier.

My family pronounces it HA-nah. With a harder beginning, such as "hand," or "man." If it was pronounced correctly, like Hah-na or kha-na, I'd probably like it better. Or maybe if it was spelled Jannah. (A spelling I made up for the name.)

All in all, I can't stand having such a common name. I'm a very different and unique person, and it isn't me. I've never been able to relate to it. It's just my name. Not even a part of me.
-- Strangak  4/8/2013
My name is Melissa and my parents would have rather named me Hannah or Alicia. I adore this name Hannah, and it would be a lovely name to call a girl. It is really nice that sometimes I wish my parents would have named me it. It isn't very common where I live. And plus, the name Hannah and Anna may rhyme together, but have no relation, which makes it a silly comparison.
-- MeinNameIstMelissa  5/24/2013
There is a song by the band Vampire Weekend called 'Hannah Hunt'.
-- Anonymous User  7/21/2013
I think the name is a little boring but very simple and sweet. I have a good friend named Hannah. :)
-- BehindTheNameFan  8/7/2013
Hannah Hooper is a member of the alternative band Grouplove.
-- Oohvintage  8/9/2013
I love my name and I love the story behind it. My mother was praying for a baby and read the story of Samuel and Hannah in the Bible. When she got pregnant with me she decided that if I was a girl she'd name me Hannah.
-- Hannahrose Milioni  12/29/2013
Marisa Kuers played Hannah on Barney & Friends from 1997 to 2000 (seasons 4, 5, and 6) before Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, and Debby Ryan and after Pia Manalo.
-- Hanna15  7/27/2014
HANAN is the masculine form of this name.
It is an element in and nickname for the name JOHANNAH.
-- Sabertooth  9/7/2014
My name is Hannah. It is fairly common yes, but I find it's a rather gentle name. It also has a history and an actual meaning unlike a lot of names today that are mashed up and made up with strange spellings e.g. Kaiden, Brynlee, Baelynn, Blakelyn or whatever.
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2014
I love this name. It's so beautiful and sweet. I like how this is the name of prophet Samuel's mother. :)
-- LoveHeartKawaii  9/28/2014
Hannah is an angel on the television series "Supernatural."
-- hkols  11/2/2014
It's also Norwegian.
-- Anonymous User  11/10/2014

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