Gender Feminine
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Pronounced Pron. AG-ee
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Other Languages & CulturesAgnesa(Albanian) Agatha, Agathe, Agnes, Hagne(Ancient Greek) Oanez(Breton) Agnès(Catalan) Agata, Agneza, Ines, Janja, Jaga, Nensi(Croatian) Agáta, Anežka(Czech) Agnes, Agathe, Agnete, Agnethe(Danish) Agatha, Agnes, Nes, Neske(Dutch) Agnes, Age(Estonian) Aune, Iines(Finnish) Agathe, Agnès, Inès(French) Agatha, Agathe, Agnes(German) Agathi, Agni(Greek) Ágnes, Ágota, Ági(Hungarian) Agnes(Icelandic) Aignéis, Nainsí(Irish) Agata, Agnese, Ines(Italian) Agnese, Agnija, Inese, Ina(Latvian) Nes, Neske(Limburgish) Agnė, Inesa(Lithuanian) Agnija(Macedonian) Agnes, Agathe, Agnete, Agnethe, Ågot(Norwegian) Agata, Agnieszka, Agatka, Jaga, Jagienka, Jagna, Jagusia(Polish) Ágata, Águeda, Inês(Portuguese) Agata, Agnessa, Inessa, Agafya, Agnia, Agniya(Russian) Agata, Agnija, Janja, Jaga(Serbian) Agáta, Agnesa, Agneša(Slovak) Agata, Ines, Janja, Neža(Slovene) Ágata, Águeda, Inés(Spanish) Agata, Agnes, Agda, Agneta, Agnetha(Swedish) Inessa(Ukrainian) Nest, Nesta(Welsh)

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Entry updated July 2, 2008