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Meaning of the Name Anni

118 names found for "Anni"   (page 1 of 3) 

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The first name Anni is of German origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

German: Variant of Hebrew Hannah Meaning Favor. Grace

Similar Names

Ain | Amani | Ami | Ammi | An | Anah | Anaia | Anan | Anane | Anani |

Related Names

Abellona  (Danish)
Mannish
Akanni  (African)
Profitable Encounter; Our Encounter Brings Wealth (Nigerian)
Alannis  (Greek)
From Atlanta
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'
Annice  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Annice  (English)
From Agnes
Annick  (Russian)
Gracious
Annie  (Russian)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah. Favor. Grace
Annie  (English)
Diminutive of Ann Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearers: Markswoman Annie Oakley, Famous in the Musical 'Annie Get Your Gun'; Cartoonist Harold Gray's 'Little Orphan Annie'; the Tradi
Annie  (Hebrew)
Prayer
Annie  (Hebrew)
Blessed With Grace
Annika  (Swedish)
Grace. Diminutive Variant of Ann
Annika  (English)
Variant of Ann: a Variant of Hannah Introduced to Britain, Made Popular by the Cult of St Anne. The Form of the Name Varies With Fashion:
Annike  (Swedish)
Grace
Annikka  (Hebrew)
Grace
Annikke  (Hebrew)
Grace
Annikki  (Finnish)
Bitter
Annikki  (Hebrew)
Grace
Annina  (German)
Feminine Form of Herman: Soldier. Army Man. from the Old German Hariman
Annis  (English)
From Agnes
Annis  (Scottish)
Pure, Chaste; Form of Agnes. Variations: Annice, Annys. (An-nis)
Annis  (Anglo Saxon)
Unity
Annis  (English)
Variant of Anne or 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'
Annissa  (English)
Form of Ann
Annissa  (English)
Variant of Anne or Agnes
Anttiri  (Finnish)
Mannish
Banning  (Gaelic)
Little Blond One
Banning  (Anglo Saxon)
One Who Reads the Banns
Banning  (English)
Son of the Slayer
Brett  (Celtic)
From Britannia
Brit  (English)
From the Name Britannia
Britannia  (Latin)
Britain. The Use of Britannia As a First Name Began in the Th Century, Probably Inspired by the Song 'Rule Britannia'
Britannia  (English)
Great Britain
Cannia  (Latin)
Song
Cannine  (Latin)
Crimson
Canning  (French)
Variant of Cannon: Church Official
Channiel  (Hebrew)
Variant of Chaniel: God's Grace
Channing  (Irish)
Young Wolf
Channing  (English)
Church Official; Wise; Young Wolf
Channing  (French)
Member of the Bishop's Council
Channing  (English)
Wise
Dani  (Hebrew)
Variant of Daniel (Dannee, Danni, Daniele, Danita, Danyelle)
Danni  (English)
Feminine Variant of Daniel: God Will Judge
Dannia  (English)
Feminine Variant of Daniel: God Will Judge
Dannica  (Slavic)
Morning Star
Dannie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Daniel: God is My Judge
Danniel  (Hebrew)
Variant of Daniel: God is My Judge
Danniell  (French)
God is My Judge
118 names found for "Anni"   (page 1 of 3) 

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