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Meaning of the Name Hannah

The first name Hannah is of Hebrew, Biblical, Scandinavian, English origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: She Who is Blessed by God (Hanna, Nana, Ann)
Biblical: Gracious; Merciful; One Who Gives
Scandinavian: Graceful and Pure
Hebrew: Grace of God
Hebrew: Favour or Grace. God Has Favoured Me. Mother of the Prophet Samuel in the Old Testament
English: Favor; Grace. Biblical Mother of the Prophet Samuel
Hebrew: Favor; Grace. Biblical Mother of the Prophet Samuel

Similar Names

Hamonah | Hanah | Hanan | Hananiah | Hania | Hann | Hanna | Hannaan | Hannan | Hanno |

Related Names

Anita  (English)
Variant of Ann: a Variant of Hannah, Made Popular by the Cult of St Anne. The Form of the Name Varies With Fashion:
Ann  (English)
A Variant of Hannah, Made Popular by the Cult of St Anne. The Form of the Name Varies With Fashion:
Ann  (Hebrew)
Variant of Hannah: Favour or Grace. God Has Favoured Me. Prayer
Ann  (Russian)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah. Favor. Grace
Anna  (Greek)
A Variant of Hannah. in Virgil's 'Aeneid', Anna Was Sister of Dido, Queen of Carthage. According to an Apocryphal Gospel, Anna Was Also the Mother of the Virgin Mary
Anna  (Hebrew)
Favour or Grace. Prayer. God Has Favoured Me. Variant of Hannah
Anne  (English)
Gracious; from the Hebrew Hannah (Chaanach, Hannah). Variations: Anna, Annag, Annot. (An-nah)
Anne  (Hebrew)
Favour or Grace. Prayer. God Has Favoured Me. Variant of Hannah
Anne  (French)
French Spelling of English Ann, a Variant of Hannah Introduced to Britain. Famous Bearers: St Anne; King Henry Viii's Wives Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves; Queen Elizabeth's Daughter Princess Anne
Anne  (English)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah: Favor. Grace
Anneke  (Scandinavian)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah, Meaning Favor, Grace
Anneli  (Finnish)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah: Favor. Grace
Annette  (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:
Annette  (French)
Variant of Anne Meaning Little Ann. Variant of Hebrew 'Hannah' Meaning 'Favor. Grace. '
Anni  (German)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah Meaning Favor. Grace
Annie  (Russian)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah. Favor. Grace
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:
Anouska  (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:
Anya  (Greek)
Variant of Anna: a Variant of Hannah. in Virgil's 'Aeneid', Anna Was Sister of Dido, Queen of Carthage. According to an Apocryphal Gospel, Anna Was Also the Mother of the Virgin Mary
Anya  (Russian)
Variant of Hebrew Hannah. Favor. Grace
Daryl  (English)
Dearly Loved. The Name Daryl for Girls Was Made Popular by Actress Daryl Hannah
Hannalee  ()
Combination of Hannah and Lee
Johannah  (German)
Variant of Joan
Johannah  (Hebrew)
Variant of Joan
Ludkhannah  (German)
Graceful Battle Maiden
Nancy  (English)
Favor; Grace. Variant of Ann or Anne: a Variant of Hannah Introduced to Britain in the Th Century
Nanette  (English)
Favor; Grace. Variant of Ann or Anne: a Variant of Hannah Introduced to Britain in the Th Century
Nina  (English)
Favor; Grace. Variant of Ann or Anne: a Variant of Hannah Introduced to Britain in the Th Century
Ona  (Lithuanian)
Graceful; Form of Hannah
Shannon  (Gaelic)
Small But Wise (Shannah, Shannan, Shauna, Shawna)

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