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281 Annamarie Hebrew Grace or bitter. F
282 Annamarie Latin Variant of Anne. Famous bearer: The Biblical Annomarie saw infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem. F
283 Anne English Variant of Hebrew Hannah: Favor. Grace. F
284 Anne French French spelling of English Ann, a variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century. Famous bearers: 14th century St Anne; King Henry VIII's wives Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves; Queen Elizabeth's daughter Princess Anne. F
285 Anne Hebrew Favour or grace. Prayer. God has favoured me. Variant of Hannah. F
286 Anne Shakespearean 'King Henry VIII' Anne Bullen, Katharine's Maid of Honour, afterwards Queen. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' Mistress Anne Page, daughter to Mistress Ford. 'Richard III' Lady Anne, widow of Edward, afterwards married to the Duke of Gloucester. F
287 Anneke Scandinavian Variant of Hebrew Hannah, meaning favor, grace. F
288 Anneliese German Derived from a compound of Anna (grace) and Liesa, which is a German diminutive of Elizabeth (God is bountiful). F
289 Anneliese Hebrew Grace or devoted to God. F

290 Anneliese Latin Graced with God's bounty. F
291 Annelise Danish Graceful light. F
292 Annelise Latin Graced with God's bounty. F
293 Annemarie German Bitter grace. F
294 Annemette Danish Bitter pearl. F
295 Annemie Dutch Bitter grace. F
296 Annette 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
297 Annette French Variant of Anne meaning Little Ann. Variant of Hebrew 'Hannah' meaning 'Favor. Grace. '. F
298 Annette Hebrew Grace. F
299 Annice English Variant of Anne or Agnes. F
300 Annice Greek Variant of the Greek Agnes,Poor, pure, or chaste. St. Agnes was a 3rd century Christian martyr whose January 21st feast day is described in Keats' poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. F