- Ana (Cyrillic: ана) is a feminine given name and variant to the more widespread Anna. The name is most common in South America, the Balkans and the Iberian Peninsula. People with the name include: Ana Achúcarro (born 1962), Spanish astroparticle physicist. Ana Alexander (born 1954), Cuban long jumper.
Anna is a very common given name. People with the name include: Anna, prophetess mentioned in the Gospel of Luke 2:36; Anna Ahlström (1863–1943), Swedish teacher, principal, and school founder; Anna Akhmanova (born 1967), Russian cell biologist; Anna Akhmatova (1889–1966), Russian poet
The name Anna is a female given name with multiple variants. In Hebrew, it means "favor" or "grace". The variant Anne was originally French, although it has been in use in English for hundreds of years. The variant spelling Ann was originally English. There are countless famous people, queens and saints under this name and its variants.
Anaïs, Anaís or Anais, ( French pronunciation: [anaˈis] ), is a female given name. It is widely thought to be a French Provençal and Catalan version of Anna. Some suggest it is derived from Anahita, the name of the Persian goddess of fertility and healing.
- Anaís, Anais, Annais, Anaïse
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Mar 21, 2020 · Anna (plural Annas) A female given name. c. 1886 William Ernest Henley, A Ballade of Ladies' Names, Gleeson White:Ballades and Rondeaus, Read Books 1887, page 19: Every lover the years disclose / Is of a beautiful name made free. / One befriends, and all others are foes.
A charity to help other teenagers was set up in her honor by Ana's family with the Russian Irish Adoption Group (RIAG), and called ANA (Ana’s Network of Adolescents).  Denise Fergus, the mother of James Bulger , expressed concern about the decision to not name Ana's killers.
Given name. Anita W. Addison (1952–2004), American television and film director and producer; Anita Álvarez de Williams (born 1931), American anthropologist, photographer, and historian; Anita Østby (born 1972), Norwegian Liberal Party politician; Anita Allen (pentathlete) (born 1977), American Olympic pentathlete
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