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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Agnes"

People with the first name "Agnes"

A. Agnes Gunnarsdóttir Agnes Abel Agnes Abraham Agnes Alice Agnes Amir Agnes Armah Agnes Atkins Agnes Baker Agnes Barber Agnes Barrett Agnes Baum Agnes Baxter Agnes Bertrand Agnes Bigge Agnes Budny Agnes Bulman Agnes Butler Agnes Cain Agnes Carr Agnes Carroll Agnes Chambers Agnes Copeland Agnes Cunningham Agnes Curtis Agnes Dawson Agnes Dobo Agnes Elliott Agnes Ellis Agnes Estrada Agnes Faria Agnes Frank Agnes Fuller Agnes Gandolfo Agnes Gardner Agnes Gawel Agnes Glover Agnes Goodwin Agnes Goshe Agnes Hamvas Agnes Harrell Agnes Hauschild Agnes Hetke Agnes Holden Agnes Holland Agnes Holzmayr Agnes Hopkins Agnes Hoss Agnes Isaksson Agnes Jenkins Agnes John Agnes Jozsa Agnes Kaposi Agnes Kelly Agnes Knopp Agnes Kobayashi Agnes Krzeminska Agnes Laifa Agnes Lambert Agnes Libor Agnes Logan Agnes Martinez Agnes Mccarthy Agnes Mccoy Agnes Molina Agnes Morgan Agnes Nduku Agnes Nkrumah Agnes Okon Agnes Opoku-Agyemang Agnes Oravecz Agnes Payne Agnes Penda Agnes Quashie Agnes R. Pesimo Agnes Radics Agnes Reinhardt Agnes Riediger Agnes Romero Agnes Rossignol Agnes S. Weiland Agnes Schliwiok Agnes Sharp Agnes Stephens Agnes Stevenson Agnes Taegener Agnes Tate Agnes Teo Agnes Tsang Agnes Valentine Agnes Verbon Agnes W. De Yong Agnes Warner Agnes Wiguna Agnes Wiktorek Agnes Wilhelm Agnes Williams Agnes Zieglgänsberger Agnes Zurbriggen Agnes van Belle Agnes van Blijderveen

Information about "Agnes"

Name-day: 21.1., 2.3.

For this Agnes there are 15605 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 453.

During the last seven days Agnes was searched for 166 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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