Also Judeo-French:
I used to prefer this spelling, now I feel that Hannah feels more complete. Still, I love this name, and I do not agree with all of these bad comments on it.
Also Judeo-Anglo-Norman:
Compare: Seror, Simon "Les noms des femmes juives en Angleterre au Moyen Âge"
Hanna Olivia Marin is one of the Liars and main protagonists of Pretty Little Liars on Freeform.
The difference between ha-nah and Han-ah is the second is spelt: Hannah and the first is Hanna.
Also Bulgarian, spelled Ханна :
Hanna is also Estonian. The name day for Hanna in Estonia is August 15.
The correct spelling is "Hanna", not "Hannah".
Way too overdone and boring!
Hurricane Hanna of July 2020 was a category 1 hurricane that made landfall on Padre Island, Texas.
Also English (Modern).English Pronunciation: HAN-ə.
Very nice but I slightly like Hannah more.
Add Usage: EnglishPronounced: HAN-na (Swedish, Icelandic), HA-na (Danish, German, Dutch), HAHN-nah (Finnish), HAW-naw (Hungarian), HAN-ə (English)Meaning: Variant form of Channah (see HANNAH) used in various languages.
This is my name and it often bothers me how people think that it is pronounced hah-na. It is pronounced the same as Hannah. The same name, just without an h on the end.
Much, much better than Hannah. This name is also used on the hurricane name list.
I used to prefer this spelling but now, with a change of opinion, I favour the more frequently used, "Hannah" Hanna is fine but I can see why the spelling of Hannah is enjoyed more. As a writer, I named one of my characters Hanna and I'm glad I decided to change it to Hannah instead. :P.
Good name. I love Hanna Marin from Pretty Little Liars, she's my favourite character in the show and creates a good association of this name for me. I like it better without the pointless H at the end, also if it's spelled Hannah the name is a palindrome and the kid might be told this throughout her life when she introduces herself, which could be annoying. A good middle name for this name is Eleanor, which is Hanna Marin's middle name.
Hungarian pronunciation: HAWN-naw. [noted -ed]
Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. Was an American animation studio. It was founded by directors William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.
I had a childhood friend named Hanna and not only did I think the spelling of her name was really cool, but I also loved the pronunciation ("HAHN-na"). It was so fresh and unique from Hannah ("HAN-na") which just sounds whiny to me and reminds me too much of Hannah Montana or banana.
This is my name and growing up I hated it because I thought it was too simple and boring and people always put the H at the end which bothered me. But people always compliment my name and say it's pretty and that they like it. Most other Hannah's and Hanna's I've known are nice, smart, calm people.
This name is used in Belarus. The native spelling is identical to the Ukrainian one.
And I think both languages use it as a form of Anna rather than Hannah, but I'm not sure. [noted -ed]
Saoirse Ronan played a character named Hanna in a movie of the same name.
English pronunciation is "HAHN-nah".
Hanna Falk Cross is the main character of the comic Hanna Is Not a Boy's Name. He's enthusiastic but obnoxious, more than a bit unstable, and a paranormal investigator with more than a little attitude of a car salesman. He often doesn't see things very realistically at all.
My sister's name is Hanna (pronounced almost HUN-ah), like without the 'h', and I think it's prettier than Hannah. Because Hannah looks like really chunky and bulky, no offense to those called Hannah.
Ok first of all I love it spelled without the H at the end. And I do like it with the H at the end. But my name is HANNA and I like it just the way it is. Very unique, it really is pretty BOTH ways with and without the h.
I personally prefer Hannah, but this is a really pretty name! The reason is, to me Hanna looks incomplete without an extra -h. If I could, I would write the extra -h at the end of Hanna in novels.
This is my best friend's name. I used to jokingly call her "Annah," because it wasn't a palindrome. Our other friend's father always calls her "Hanna Montana," which is a drag.
I love the name Hanna! It's an awesome name. I like it spelled H-A-N-N-A. I don't know why anyone wouldn't love this name! Oh and if you make it a palindrome it's not unique anymore.
I prefer to spell this name with the H at the end. (Plus, when you do it that way, it's a palindrome.)
I agree with the person above me: this spelling looks much better and I like that it's slightly more creative than just plain "Hannah."
Actually, even though I may be veering to the kreeyaytive side, the name looks better without an 'h'. Less. Bulky.
I know a girl named Hanna. But her name is pronounced "HAW-nuh" not "HA-nuh", I really don't like it pronounced that way.
Very pretty name. I like this version better than Hannah. It makes it a little more unique.
I don't like this spelling of Hanna, I prefer Hannah.
A popular nickname for small children called Hanna in Germany is "Hannchen" pronounced HAHN-khen (like Gretchen).
I think this name is very pretty.
Listen to the German pronunciation of Hanna here:
I dislike it when people misspell my name (Hannah) as Hanna. But for other people, I sort of like it without the second h.
Well, my biology teacher is called Hanna but she is daughter of Arabs. We pronounce it like this: HA-NA, very simple.
"Hanna" reminds me of "Rihanna".
Marcus Alonzo Hanna was a politician in America.
I've seen girls named this around here where I live, so I'm not so sure about it being specifically all of the nationalities listed. I think it's just another way to spell 'Hannah'.
Yes this is an alternative spelling for Hannah but this spelling originated in the countries listed. So it is not typically reserved for exclusive use in those places but originated from them.
A Danish variant of this name is Hanne.

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