The spelling is interesting but low-key wack.
Also used in Hungary:
Gender: Feminine

Usages: Hungarian

Pronunciation: ah-NEE-yah

Meaning: Variant spelling of ANYA, the Russian variant of ANNA, meaning "favor" or "grace".

(Information from name #347418 originally submitted by user epresvanilia)
Also used in Moldova. You'll find bearers on social media.
Here in Italy we use Ania as a diminutive of the name Anastasia.
This is my cousin's name. She spells it Aniah though.
My name is Ania, and it's pronounced a-NEE-a, not sure if this is uncommon or not. I often get called Anya, which can get pretty irritating.
Was given to 78 girls in America in 2014.
I like Anya more that Ania. But both names are still fabulous names. :)
Georgian version of this name is Ani, quite rare, sophisticated and pretty. [noted -ed]
I like the name Ania, but it seems like everyone would pronounce it an-ee-ah (I don't know the fancy pronunciation things, that's just my approximation of how it would be said).
The name Ania was given to 88 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
This is the second syllable of my name, and I went by it for a while. Weirdly, people kept spelling it "Onya."
My friend Ania kept getting called Anna when she first came to the UK.
There's another variation for this name, Anya, more common in Russia and English I think.
I like my name, though it's often misspelled Anya.
Ania is pronounced like AHN-yuh. Hope this helps!

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