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Meaning of the Name Agnes

53 names found for "Agnes"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Agnes is of Irish, Scottish, Greek, Latin, English origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Irish: Pure
Scottish: Chaste, Pure; Borrowed from Greek
Greek: She Who is Chaste
Greek: Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Latin: Lamb
English: Chaste, Pure; Derived from the Greek Hagne, Which is from Hagnos (Chaste, Pure)

Similar Names

Acnes | Agnek | Agnese | Agnessa | Aigneis |

Related Names

Aggie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, Poor, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'.
Aghna  (Irish)
Irish Form of Agnes
Agnese  (Greek)
Pure
Agnese  (Italian)
Pure
Agnese  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Agnes. Pure
Agnessa  (Russian)
Meek
Agneta  (Greek)
Variant of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Aigneis  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Forms of Agnes
Aneisha  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Anessa  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Anezka  (Czechoslovakian)
Czechoslovakian Form of Agnes
Anicka  (Czechoslovakian)
Czechoslovakian Form of Agnes
Anis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Anisha  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Anissa  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Annice  (English)
From Agnes
Annice  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Annice  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annis  (Greek)
Variant of the Greek Agnes, Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Annis  (English)
From Agnes
Annis  (Scottish)
Pure, Chaste; Form of Agnes. Variations: Annice, Annys. (An-nis)
Annis  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Annissa  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Anyssa  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Ines  (Italian)
Chaste. Variant of Agnes
Ines  (Spanish)
Meek. Chaste. Variant of Agnes
Inessa  (Russian)
Chaste. Variant of Agnes
Inez  (Spanish)
Pure. Chaste. The Spanish Version of Agnes
Inez  (Hispanic)
See Agnes Lines, Vnes, Vnez)
Inez  (Greek)
Variant of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'
Nesha  (Russian)
Russian Form of Agnes: Pure
Nessa  (Scottish)
From the Headland. Can Also Be a Variant of Nessie: (Diminutive of Agnes: Pure; Chaste)
Nessa  (Russian)
Pet Form of Agnessa,Pure (Nesha,Netia)
Nessa  (Greek)
Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Agnes Was Popular Until the Refor
Nessa  (Russian)
Russian Form of Agnes: Pure
Nessie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Agnes Was Popular Until the Refor
Nessie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Agnes: Pure; Chaste. Nessie is Also the Nickname Given to the Fabled Loch Ness Monster
Nest Nesta  (Greek)
Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, Pure, or Chaste. St. Agnes Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr Whose January St Feast Day is Described in Keats' Poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Agnes Was Popular Until the Refor
Nesy  (Russian)
Russian Form of Agnes: Pure
Neysa  (Greek)
Pure, a Form of Agnes
Senga  (Scottish)
Backward Spelling of Agnes: Pure; Chaste
Senga  (Scottish)
The Name Formed Either by Spelling Agnes Backward or As a Derivative of the Gaelic Seang (Slender, Lanky). See Agnes. (Sen-gah)
Una  (English)
Form of Agnes (Irish)
Una  (Scottish)
Believed to Be Derived from the Gaelic Una (Dearth, Famine, Hunger), and Also from Uan (Lamb). Anglicizations As Euna, Agnes, and Winifred. (Yoo-nah)
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