What does Anna mean?

Anna

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▼ as a girls" name is pronounced AN-ah. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Anna is "He (God) has favored me". Latinate variant of Hannah. The name was borne by the sister of Dido, Queen of Carthage, in Virgil"s "Aeneid". Biblical: a devout woman who saw the infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem. Though not strictly related, Anna has been used as an English version of the Irish Gaelic Aine. Anna is often used in combination with other names. Ballerina Anna Pavlova; tennis player Anna Kournikova. Also form of Anastasia. Also form of Anne.STARTS/ENDS WITH An-, -na

ASSOCIATED WITH queen, biblical, jerusalem (israeli), combination (blend)

Variations

VARIANTS Ana, Ania, Anique, Anja, Ann▼, Annabeth, Annah, Annalee▲, Annamarie▼, Anneke, Annemarie▼, Annet, Annica, Annika, Annmarie▼, Anoesj, Anouska, Hania, Nani

SEE ALSO Aanya, Anabel, Annabel, Anya, Audriana, Ayanna, Christiana, Grace, Kiana, Leanna, Luana, Solana

RELATIONS VIA AINE, HANNAH Anh, Anne▼, Annie▼, Ayn, Chana▲, Hana▲, Hanah, Hanna▼, Hanne, Hanny, Hena, Honna, Nan▼, Nanny

MASCULINE FORM Santana

CREATIVE FORMS(female) (male) MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGSAnna Laura (A.L.), ..

How popular is Anna?

Anna is a very popular first name for females (#33 out of 4276, Top 1%) and also a very popular surname for both adults and children (#24529 out of 150436, Top 16%). (2000 U.S. CENSUS)




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Anna reached its apex position of #2 in the U.S. during 1890-1899, and is at #54 presently. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2018)


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Which version is better?

Grace (#24 VIA LATEST LIST), Hannah (#33), Anastasia (#148), Ana (#215), Annie (#308), Hanna (#561), Anne (#599), Anya (#677), Annika (#723), Hana (#727), Chana (#750), Leanna (#827), Kiana (#890), Annabel (#949), Annalee (#961), Ann (#983), Ayanna (#1091), Audriana (#1240), Christiana (#1387), Annabeth (#1456), Aanya (#1587), Solana (#1762), Anabel (#1915), Annmarie, Aine, Annemarie, Annamarie, Hanah, Annah, Anja, Ania, Luana, Nan and Nanny are the prominent variation forms of Anna (#54). Usage of these relations of Anna was widespread a century ago (ADOPTION OF 5.96%) and is now significantly lower (ADOPTION 1.54%, 74% LESS), with forms like Annmarie becoming somewhat dated. Anastasia, Hana, Chana and Annalee are four of the more trendy girl names in this list.


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Similar Names

Anna▼ is pronounced similarly to Aenya, Agna, Aiyana, Aiyanna, Aniyah, Anni, Anny, Anyu, Eanna, Enaya, Ennya, Enya, Euna, Iana, Inah, Ioanna, Iona▼, Ionya, Juana, Oonah, Unah, Winny, Yanna, Yionna and Yna. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Abena, Adana, Adda▼, Adra, Aida, Ala, Alma▼, Alva▼, Ama, Amia▲, Amma, Amya▼, Anafa, Ananda, Ancina, Anda, Andi▲, Angy, Anica, Anina, Anka, Anke, Annda, Annita, Anona, Anonna, Aria▲, Arla, Arna, Arza, Asha▲, Asta, Ayla▲, Azha, Azra, Dena▼, Etna, Genna, Jana▼, Jina, Lana▲, Mena, Nenna, Rina, Sana, Vena▼, Venna, Xena, Zanna and Zena. These names tend to be less frequently used than Anna.