In French, it would be Annonciade or Annonciate. Both are pretty. This is a stunning name, sad it's so rare. People are afraid to use heavier names like this, which makes me sad. Maybe as a middle name? This would be amazing paired with Maria.
Annunziata "Nunzia" De Girolamo (1975-) is an Italian lawyer and politician who served as the Minister of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies from late April 2013 to 26 January 2014.
Heavy but worth it.
I LOVE this name a lot! It's pretty no matter what. I think of something angelic when I hear this name.
Literally, the meaning is not "annunciation" (that in italian is "annunciazione"), but "announced". [noted -ed]
Rather complicated to spell and pronounce. As an English speaker, I don't care for it.
Annunziata Rees-Mogg (born 25 March 1979) is an English freelance journalist. She focuses on finance, economics, and European politics. She's been a lead writer for "The Daily Telegraph", the deputy editor of "MoneyWeek", and the editor for the "European Journal".
It sounds more like the name of a Catholic nun than an ordinary name. It's still pretty.
This name is also used in Spanish. My Spanish teacher studied in Mexico for 6 months and had a friend by that name. It was also the name I picked for Spanish class.

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