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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Agnes"

People with the first name "Agnes"

Agnes Adarkwa Agnes Ahlers Agnes Amundrud Agnes Andrzejewski Agnes Antal Agnes Armstrong Agnes Barton Agnes Bediako Agnes Benhin Agnes Bolan Agnes Brooks Agnes Bunce Agnes Caer Agnes Cheers Agnes Chmielewska Agnes Chow Agnes Danczkay Agnes Darazs Agnes Davonar Agnes Dimaano Agnes Dizon Agnes Donati Agnes Draxler Agnes Ducrohet Agnes Durst Agnes Falk Agnes Fazekas Agnes Germain Agnes Gibbs Agnes Gilmore Agnes Goddard Agnes Gorny Agnes Greer Agnes Grondin Agnes Grubaugh Agnes Hancock Agnes Hannay Agnes Hensley Agnes Hines Agnes Horrigmo Agnes Hostettler Agnes Hur Agnes Hutchinson Agnes Isabel Agnes Jarosz Agnes Kirk Agnes Kiss Agnes Kwoka Agnes Lamb Agnes Larson Agnes Lemmens Agnes Lendzioszek Agnes Leyrer Agnes Marquez Agnes Massey Agnes Mathie Agnes Mccallan Agnes Morelli Agnes Moyo Agnes Muzondo Agnes Nadya Agnes Namaganda Agnes Natalia Agnes Norton Agnes Nsubuga Agnes Omale Agnes Paras Agnes Parry Agnes Philippi Agnes Pramitha Agnes Pratt Agnes Preece Agnes Reihammar Agnes Reinert Agnes Reis Agnes Rentsch Agnes Rukaj Agnes Sanders Agnes Sawyer Agnes Schroeder Agnes Schöffmann Agnes Soch Agnes Surber Agnes Till Agnes Touche Agnes Valdez Agnes Vega Agnes Vigh Agnes Villanueva Agnes Viola Agnes Waithera Agnes Walker Agnes Walton Agnes Waters Agnes Wickfield Agnes Wiebe Agnes Wightman Agnes Zrakovi Agnes Van Beek Agnes van Roy

Information about "Agnes"

Name-day: 21.1., 2.3.

For this Agnes there are 17004 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 464.

During the last seven days Agnes was searched for 6 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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