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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Agnes"

People with the first name "Agnes"

Agnes Ammann Agnes Amofa Agnes Amore Agnes Ang Agnes Anonuevo Agnes Arndt Agnes Balawejder Agnes Barandon-Torres Agnes Bennett Agnes Bennington Agnes Bouzater Agnes Burns Agnes Burton Agnes Chase Agnes Church Agnes Concepcion Agnes Conley Agnes Crisostomo Agnes Cushing-Ruby Agnes Dahné Agnes Darabos Agnes Darenius Agnes Degen Agnes Doris Agnes Espinas Agnes Evans Agnes Evers Agnes Farrington Agnes Fernando Agnes Fleming Agnes Flick Agnes Flynn Agnes Galas Agnes Garner Agnes Gonda Agnes Hain Agnes Hayes Agnes Hoffmann-Radic Agnes Hohmann Agnes Horvat Agnes Howell Agnes Hunter Agnes Irwanti Agnes Isti Agnes Jennings Agnes Johnston Agnes Joyce Agnes Jäggi Agnes Kim Agnes Klamer Agnes Knockaert Agnes Koh Agnes Lannoo Agnes Lemaire Agnes Lemoine Agnes Lester Agnes Loh Agnes Long Agnes Longoria Agnes Luo Agnes M. Pharo Agnes Maldonado Agnes Matthews Agnes Mcdonald Agnes Mckenzie Agnes Mclean Agnes Medina Agnes Morrison Agnes Moss Agnes Mroz Agnes Mullins Agnes Natassa Agnes Owen Agnes Page Agnes Paraskeva Agnes Piontek Agnes Prat Agnes Prego Agnes Prigent Agnes Renner Agnes Repec Agnes Richard Agnes Roy Agnes Ryan Agnes Stewart Agnes Stokes Agnes Stöckli Agnes Tang Agnes Tapia Agnes Tengerdy Agnes Thornton Agnes Wall Agnes Wallace Agnes Wangari Agnes Whitaker Agnes Wise Agnes Wood Agnes Wozniak Agnes Würsch Agnes Zeller

Information about "Agnes"

Name-day: 21.1., 2.3.

For this Agnes there are 16330 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 465.

During the last seven days Agnes was searched for 161 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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