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Gender Feminine
Usage Romanian

Meaning & History

Possibly originally a diminutive of ANA.

Related Names

VariantAni
DiminutiveAncuța
Other Languages & CulturesQuanna(African American) Hannah(Arabic) Ane, Anne(Basque) Anna, Hanna(Belarusian) Anna, Hannah(Biblical) Anna(Biblical Greek) Channah(Biblical Hebrew) Anna(Biblical Latin) Anna, Annaig, Annick(Breton) Ana, Anna, Anelia, Aneliya, Ani, Anka(Bulgarian) Aina, Anna, Anaïs(Catalan) Ana, Hana, Anica, Anita, Anka, Jana, Nensi(Croatian) Anna, Hana, Aneta(Czech) Anna, Anne, Hanna, Ane, Anette, Anika, Anita, Annette, Anni, Hanne(Danish) Anna, Anne, Annelien, Hanna, Hannah, Anika, Anita, Anke, Anneke, Annet, Annette, Annie, Annika, Anouk, Ans, Antje(Dutch) Anissa, Ann, Anna, Anne, Hannah, Keanna, Anita, Anneka, Annette, Annie, Annika, Nan, Nance, Nancy, Nanette, Nannie, Nanny, Nettie, Nita(English) Anna, Anne, Anneli, Anu(Estonian) Anna(Faroese) Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anita, Anneli, Anni, Anniina, Annika, Annikki, Annukka, Anu, Hannele, Niina(Finnish) Anne, Hannah, Anaïs, Annette, Annick, Annie, Anny, Anouk, Ninon(French) Antje(Frisian) Ana, Anano, Ani, Anuki(Georgian) Anna, Anne, Hanna, Hannah, Anika, Anina, Anita, Anneli, Annelie, Annett, Annette, Anni, Annika, Hanne(German) Anna(Greek) Chana, Chanah, Hanna, Hannah(Hebrew) Anna, Hanna, Anett, Anikó, Annuska, Panka, Panna, Panni(Hungarian) Anna, Hanna(Icelandic) Nainsí(Irish) Anna, Annabella, Annetta(Italian) Anna, Anita(Latvian) Ona(Lithuanian) Anke, Antje(Low German) Ana(Macedonian) Ann(Manx) Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anette, Anita, Annette, Anniken, Hanne(Norwegian) Anna, Anaïs(Occitan) Anna, Hanna, Aneta, Anika, Anita, Anka, Hania(Polish) Ana, Anabela, Anita(Portuguese) Anna, Ania, Annushka, Anya(Russian) Annag, Nandag(Scottish) Ana, Anica, Anka, Jana(Serbian) Anna, Hana(Slovak) Ana, Anica, Anika, Anita, Anuša, Nuša(Slovene) Hana(Sorbian) Ana, Anabel, Ani, Anita(Spanish) Anna, Anne, Hanna, Anette, Anita, Anneli, Annelie, Annette, Annika, Hanne(Swedish) Anna, Hanna(Ukrainian) Henda, Hendel, Hene, Henye(Yiddish)

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