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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Agnes"

People with the first name "Agnes"

Agnes Ackermann Agnes Adamski Agnes Agatha Agnes Amodeo Agnes Amoh Agnes Amora Agnes Andre Agnes Arcellano Agnes Arnaud Agnes Barnett Agnes Bates Agnes Bediako Agnes Black Agnes Bond Agnes Bonnet Agnes Brock Agnes Brooks Agnes Cadilig Agnes Caffin Agnes Caldwell Agnes Carpenter Agnes Carpentier Agnes Carter Agnes Castillo Agnes Cobb Agnes Combs Agnes Cooper Agnes Cristine Agnes Darida Agnes Ehrhardt Agnes Fields Agnes Finnberg Agnes Forcade Agnes Fowler Agnes Glombik Agnes Greiner Agnes Gryc Agnes Haines Agnes Hardy Agnes Haynes Agnes Hemingway Agnes Hennessy Agnes Hertel Agnes Hoover Agnes Hostettler Agnes Jara Agnes Jasberg Agnes Joubert Agnes Kapinus Agnes Kleczek Agnes Klimek Agnes Kor Agnes Kulcsar Agnes Lako Agnes Laroche Agnes Lawrence Agnes Lingane Agnes Little Agnes Lum Agnes Luna Agnes M. Wills Agnes Makoni Agnes Mettler Agnes Mohr Agnes Moreno Agnes Natali Agnes Nelles Agnes Ngina Agnes Obeng Agnes Oquendo Agnes Ortega Agnes Pelayo Agnes Phelps Agnes Pietz-Colmer Agnes Pinheiro Agnes Provost Agnes Quinn Agnes Rademacher Agnes Reese Agnes Reichert Agnes Roman Agnes Saunders Agnes Schroeder Agnes Seebass Agnes Taks Agnes Tejada Agnes Tully Agnes Viay Agnes Vigh Agnes Vilaysack Agnes Villasenor Agnes Viola Agnes Wenta Agnes Wheeler Agnes Whitehead Agnes Wilbur Agnes Zheng Agnes Zrakovi Agnes Zuzan Agnes Åkesson

Information about "Agnes"

Name-day: 21.1., 2.3.

For this Agnes there are 17081 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Agnes are: Aquino, Becker, Bendu

In the ranking of the most common first names Agnes is on position 462.

During the last seven days Agnes was searched for 16 times.

Meaning of "Agnes"

Female first name (English, German, Dutch, Scandinavian): Agnes, the pure, ancient Greek (Word format); hagnos = pure, chaste, undefiled, holy, Agnus = lamb (Latin), originally the Latin form of the Greek name 'Hagne' , however, understood early as derived from the Latin "agnus" (lamb) because of the phonetic similarity

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