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GenderFeminine
UsageBreton

Meaning & History

Derived from Breton oan "lamb" (ultimately from Latin agnus) and used as a Breton form of AGNES.
Other Languages & CulturesAgnesa Albanian Agnes, Hagne Ancient Greek Agnès Catalan Agneza, Ines, Janja, Nensi Croatian Anežka Czech Agnes, Agnete, Agnetha, Agnethe Danish Agnes, Nes, Neske Dutch Agnes, Annis, Inez, Aggie, Annice, Nan, Nance, Nancy English Age Estonian Aune, Iines Finnish Agnès, Inès French Agnes German Ágnes, Ági Hungarian Agnes Icelandic Aignéis, Nainsí Irish Agnese, Ines Italian Agnese, Agnija, Inese Latvian Nes, Neske Limburgish Agnė, Inesa Lithuanian Agnija Macedonian Agnes, Agnete, Agnetha, Agnethe Norwegian Agnieszka, Jagienka, Jagna, Jagusia Polish Inês Portuguese Agnessa Russian Agnija, Janja Serbian Agnesa, Agneša Slovak Ines, Neža Slovene Inés Spanish Agnes, Agneta, Agnetha Swedish Nest, Nesta Welsh

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animals, baby animals, chastity, sheep, virtues
Entry updated March 18, 2010   Contribute