Meaning & History
Croatian, Serbian and Slovene form of Agnes. It also may be inspired by Serbo-Croatian janje meaning "lamb".
Other Languages & CulturesAgnesa(Albanian) Agnes, Hagne(Ancient Greek) Oanez(Breton) Agnès(Catalan) Anežka(Czech) Agnes, Agnete, Agnethe(Danish) Agnes, Nes, Neske(Dutch) Agnes, Annis, Inez, Aggie, Annice, Nan, Nance, Nancy(English) Agnes, Age(Estonian) Aune, Iines(Finnish) Agnès, Inès(French) Agnes(German) Agni(Greek) Ágnes, Ági(Hungarian) Agnes(Icelandic) Aignéis, Nainsí(Irish) Agnese, Ines(Italian) Agnese, Agnija, Inese, Ina(Latvian) Nes, Neske(Limburgish) Agnė, Inesa(Lithuanian) Agnija(Macedonian) Agnes, Agnete, Agnethe(Norwegian) Agnieszka, Jaga, Jagienka, Jagna, Jagusia(Polish) Inês(Portuguese) Agnessa, Inessa, Agnia, Agniya(Russian) Agnesa, Agneša(Slovak) Inés(Spanish) Agnes, Agneta, Agnetha(Swedish) Inessa(Ukrainian) Nest, Nesta(Welsh)
Entry updated April 25, 2021