OANEZ
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: Breton
Meaning & History
Derived from Breton oan "lamb" (ultimately from Latin agnus) and used as a Breton form of AGNES.
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Agnes, Hagne (Ancient Greek), Agnès (Catalan), Agneza, Ines, Janja, Nensi (Croatian), Agnes, Agnete, Agnetha, Agnethe (Danish), Agnes, Nes, Neske (Dutch), Agnes, Annis, Inez, Aggie, Annice, Nan, Nancy (English), Aune, Iines (Finnish), Agnès, Inès (French), Agnes (German), Ágnes, Ági (Hungarian), Aignéis, Nainsí (Irish), Agnese, Ines (Italian), Agnese, Agnija (Latvian), Nes, Neske (Limburgish), Agné (Lithuanian), Agnija (Macedonian), Agnes, Agnetha (Norwegian), Agnieszka, Jagienka, Jagna, Jagusia (Polish), Inês (Portuguese), Agnessa (Russian), Agnija, Janja (Serbian), Agnes, Ines, Neža (Slovene), Inés (Spanish), Agnes, Agneta, Agnetha (Swedish), Nest, Nesta (Welsh)
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