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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1501 Anny Hebrew Prayer. F
1502 Annys Greek Whole. F
1503 Annze Hebrew Grace. F
1504 Anona Latin From the Latin 'annona' meaning grain harvest. Also a compound of Ann and Nona. Famous bearer: British radio personality Anona Winn. F
1505 Anora English Light. F
1506 Anora Hebrew Grace. F
1507 Anoush Armenian Sweet tempered. F
1508 Anouska English Variant of Ann: A variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century, made popular in the 14th century by the cult of St Anne. The form of the name varies with fashion:. F
1509 Anouska Russian Diminutive of the name Ann. F

1510 Anrid Norse Wife of Ketil Fjorleifarson. F
1511 Ansa Latin Constant. F
1512 Anse Latin Constant. F
1513 Anselma English Feminine form of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by 11th century St Anselm, who became Archbishop of Canterbury. F
1514 Anselma Norse Protected by God. F
1515 Anselma Teutonic Divine defender. F
1516 Anstace Greek One who will be reborn. F
1517 Anstey Irish A form of the Greek Anastasia, meaning ressurection. F
1518 Anstice Greek One who will be reborn. F
1519 Anstice Irish A form of the Greek Anastasia, meaning ressurection. F
1520 Antandra Latin An Amazon. F