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741 Anna English Variant of Anne, meaning favor; grace. F
742 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. F
743 Anna Hebrew Favour or grace. Prayer. God has favoured me. Variant of Hannah. F
744 Anna Latin Variant of Anne. Biblical; devout woman who saw infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem. Daughter of Dido. F
745 Anna NativeAmerican Mother (Algonquin). F
746 Anna Russian Grace. F
747 Anna Swedish Grace. F
748 Anna Cristina Swedish Graceful Christian. F
749 Anna Perenna Latin Daughter of Dido. F

750 Annabella English Variant of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century. F
751 Annabella Gaelic Joy. F
752 Annabella Latin Beautiful, graceful. Latinized form of the English Annabel; a variant of the Latin Amabel. Sometimes interpreted as a Latin compound meaning 'hello beautiful. F
753 Annabella Scottish Beautiful grace. F
754 Annabla Irish Irish form of Annabel: lovable. F
755 Annalina Swedish Graceful light. F
756 Annalisa German Variant of Anneliese: Derived from a compound of Anna (grace) and Liesa, which is a German diminutive of Elizabeth (God is bountiful). F
757 Annalisa Hebrew Grace or devoted to God. F
758 Annalisa Latin Graced with God's bounty. F
759 Annalissa Latin Graced with God's bounty. F
760 Annamaria German Bitter grace. F