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Forename Ana

Across the world, Ana (Ana Brazil Mexico Venezuela Argentina Egypt, Анна Russia Ukraine Kazakhstan Belarus Uzbekistan, 安娜 China, and others...) is an extremely common principally feminine, but very infrequently manly firstname. First name Ana is habitual to Venezuela, where it is an extremely common girly name, Portugal, and Honduras, where it is a very common girly name (explore name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country population it is most frequently occurring in Brazil, Russia, and Mexico. Much less frequently, Ana is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Ana

VARIANTCOUNTRY
Ana Egypt, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela
Анна Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Ukraine
安娜 China
Ана Russia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine
אנה Israel
آنا Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Iran
안나 South Korea
Άννα Greece
আনা Bangladesh
ანა Georgia
アンナ, アナ Japan

First name Ana in the context

Ana is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Saint Anne , the mother of Virgin Mary in Christian and Islamic traditions; unnamed in the New Testament or Quran; Ana , the fictional character in the 2016 video game Overwatch; Anna , the fictional character from Disney's Frozen franchise; Milady de Winter , the character from Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers and Ana Ozores , character in The Regent's Wife, and in many other works.

First names said to be same

Aa, Aan, Ahne, Ahnen, An, An-An, Anabel, Anae, Anahy, Analía, Anaïs, Andoha, Ane, Aneta, Anete, Anett, Anetta, Anette, Anita, Anja, Ann, Anna, Annabella, Annaig, Anne, Annete, Annett, Annetta, Annette, Annita, Annàs, Any, Anya, Anà, Aná, Anás, Anâ, Anë, Anā, Ană, Aną, Anǎ, Anɑ, Anả, Anấ, Anẩ, Anậ, Anắ, Anẵ, Anặ, Ana, Aña, Añà, Añá, Añâ, Añã, Añā, Añă, Añą, Añǎ, Ańa, Ańà, Ańá, Ańâ, Ańã, Ańā, Ańă, Ańą, Aņa, Aņà, Aņá, Aņâ, Aņã, Aņā, Aņă, Aņą, Aņǻ, Aňa, Aňà, Aňá, Aňâ, Aňã, Aňā, Aňă, Aňą, Aňǻ, Aňấ, Aňẫ, Aňặ, Aƞa, Aƞâ, Aƞã, Aƞằ, Aƞặ, Aǹa, Aɲa, Aɲă, Aɳɑ, Baba Ana, Ganna, Hana, Hania, Hanka, Hanna, Hannah, Hanusia, Ism, Itis, Jana, Phobia, Santa Ana, Santana, Àna, Ànà, Àná, Ànâ, Ànã, Ànā, Ànă, Àną, Àña, Àñà, Àñá, Àñâ, Àñã, Àñā, Àñă, Àñą, Àñắ, Àńa, Àńà, Àńá, Àńâ, Àńã, Àńā, Àńă, Àńą, Àņa, Àņà, Àņá, Àņâ, Àņã, Àņā, Àņă, Àņą, Àņả, Àņằ, Àňa, Àňà, Àňá, Àňâ, Àňã, Àňā, Àňă, Àňą, Àňặ, Àƞặ, Àɲá, Ána, Ánna, Ánà, Áná, Ánâ, Ánã, Ánā, Ánă, Áną, Áña, Áñà, Áñá, Áñâ, Áñã, Áñā, Áñă, Áñą, Áńa, Áńà, Áńá, Áńâ, Áńã, Áńā, Áńă, Áńą, Áņa, Áņà, Áņá, Áņâ, Áņã, Áņā, Áņă, Áņą, Áňa, Áňà, Áňá, Áňâ, Áňã, Áňā, Áňă, Áňą, Áňấ, Áňậ, Áƞá, Âna, Ânà, Âná, Ânâ, Ânã, Ânā, Ână, Âną, Ânǻ, Âña, Âñà, Âñá, Âñâ, Âñã, Âñā, Âñă, Âñą, Âñặ, Âńa, Âńà, Âńá, Âńâ, Âńã, Âńā, Âńă, Âńą, Âņa, Âņà, Âņá, Âņâ, Âņã, Âņā, Âņă, Âņą, Âņậ, Âňa, Âňà, Âňá, Âňâ, Âňã, Âňā, Âňă, Âňą, Âňǻ, Âňấ, Ãna, Ãnà, Ãná, Ãnâ, Ãnã, Ãnā, Ãnă, Ãną, Ãnả, Ãnắ, Ãña, Ãñà, Ãñá, Ãñâ, Ãñã, Ãñā, Ãñă, Ãñą, Ãñắ, Ãñặ, Ãńa, Ãńà, Ãńá, Ãńâ, Ãńã, Ãńā, Ãńă, Ãńą, Ãņa, Ãņà, Ãņá, Ãņâ, Ãņã, Ãņā, Ãņă, Ãņą, Ãňa, Ãňà, Ãňá, Ãňâ, Ãňã, Ãňā, Ãňă, Ãňą, Ãňẫ, Ãƞà, Ähnlich, Āna, Ānà, Āná, Ānâ, Ānã, Ānā, Ānă, Āną, Ānǎ, Ānɑ, Āña, Āñà, Āñá, Āñâ, Āñã, Āñā, Āñă, Āñą, Āńa, Āńà, Āńá, Āńâ, Āńã, Āńā, Āńă, Āńą, Āńǎ, Āņa, Āņà, Āņá, Āņâ, Āņã, Āņā, Āņă, Āņą, Āňa, Āňà, Āňâ, Āňã, Āňā, Āňă, Āňą, Āɲā, Ăna, Ănà, Ăná, Ănâ, Ănã, Ănā, Ănă, Ăną, Ănǎ, Ănậ, Ănặ, Ăña, Ăñà, Ăñá, Ăñâ, Ăñã, Ăñā, Ăñă, Ăñą, Ăñǻ, Ăńa, Ăńà, Ăńá, Ăńâ, Ăńã, Ăńā, Ăńă, Ăńą, Ăńǎ, Ăņa, Ăņà, Ăņá, Ăņâ, Ăņã, Ăņā, Ăņă, Ăņą, Ăņǎ, Ăņǻ, Ăņặ, Ăňa, Ăňà, Ăňá, Ăňâ, Ăňã, Ăňā, Ăňă, Ăňą, Ăňǎ, Ăňầ, Ăňặ, Ăƞą, Ăƞặ, Ăṇă, Ąna, Ąnà, Ąná, Ąnâ, Ąnã, Ąnā, Ąnă, Ąną, Ąnǎ, Ąnǻ, Ąnắ, Ąña, Ąñà, Ąñá, Ąñâ, Ąñã, Ąñā, Ąñă, Ąñą, Ąńa, Ąńà, Ąńá, Ąńâ, Ąńã, Ąńă, Ąńą, Ąņa, Ąņà, Ąņá, Ąņâ, Ąņã, Ąņā, Ąņă, Ąņą, Ąňa, Ąňà, Ąňá, Ąňâ, Ąňã, Ąňā, Ąňă, Ąňą, Ąňẫ, Ąṇą, Ǎna, Ǎńǎ, Ǎňă, Ǎňǎ, Ǎňǻ, Ǎňả, Ǻna, Ǻnâ, Ǻnă, Ǻną, Ǻnǎ, Ǻnǻ, Ǻñá, Ǻñǻ, Ǻńa, Ǻńǻ, Ǻņǻ, Ǻňa, Ǻňą, Ǻňǻ, Ǻňẫ, Ǻňặ, Ǻƞǻ, Ɑɳɑ, Ανα, Ан, Анаи, Анаис, Ане, Анет, Анета, Анетт, Анечка, Анн, Анне, Аннетт, Аннетта, Анны, Аннэ, Анья, Анэт, Анэта, Анюта, Анюша, Аня, Ања, Ганна, Ганнуся, Ен, Ена, Енн, Нюра, Нюта, Нюша, Хана, Ханна, Эн, Энн, אן, אנא, אנאהי, אנט, אניה, האנה, חנה, آن, آنآ, آنأ, آناهیتا, آنة, آنٱ, آڹآ, آںآ, آںا, آڼآ, أنآ, أنأ, أنا, أنة, أنى, أنيت, أنٱ, أڼآ, أﻧﺎ, انآ, انأ, انا, انة, انى, انٱ, اںا, اڼآ, اڼا, اݩا, اﻧا, اﻧﺎ, ةنا, ةنة, ةنى, حنا, هانا, هنا, ىنا, ىنة, ىنى, ٱنآ, ٱنأ, ٱنا, ٱنٱ, ٱڼٱ, ٲنا, অন, আন্না, อน, อนา, อะนะ, อาณา, อานะ, อานา, แอนนา, ະນະ, အန, အံအး, Ḁṇḁ, Ạna, Ạnạ, Ảna, Ảnả, Ảňǎ, Ấna, Ấnấ, Ấńấ, Ấņặ, Ấňấ, Ấṇả, Ầna, Ầnầ, Ầņẩ, Ầňấ, Ầňầ, Ẩna, Ẩnẫ, Ẩňẩ, Ẩƞẩ, Ẫna, Ẫnẫ, Ẫņắ, Ẫňấ, Ẫňẫ, Ậna, Ậnẫ, Ậnậ, Ậñậ, Ắna, Ắną, Ắnắ, Ắnằ, Ắñắ, Ắņẵ, Ằnằ, Ằnẵ, Ằňẫ, Ằňắ, Ằňằ, Ằňặ, Ằƞắ, Ẳna, Ẳnẳ, Ẳnẵ, Ẳņǻ, Ẳņặ, Ẳƞẩ, Ẵnẵ, Ẵñẵ, Ẵńẵ, Ẵňà, Ẵňã, Ẵňą, Ẵňẫ, Ẵňẳ, Ẵňẵ, Ẵƞằ, Ặna, Ặnậ, Ặnẳ, Ặnẵ, Ặnặ, Ặñǻ, Ặñặ, Ặńặ, Ặņặ, Ặňa, Ặňâ, Ặňă, Ặňą, Ặňặ, Ặƞặ, Ặɲẳ, アナイ, アニャ, アネット, アン, アンヌ, ハナ, ハンナ, 俺啊, 哈纳, 啊哪, 啊娜, 啊纳, , 安内特, 安啊, 安妮, 安纳, 安阿, 安雅, 暗啊, 汉娜, 汉纳, 漢娜, 锕娜, 阿南, 阿哪, 阿娜, 阿纳, 阿那, 雅妮, 하나, ﺁﻧﺂ, ﺁﻧﺎ, ﺃنا, ﺃﻧا, ﺃﻧﺄ, ﺃﻧﺎ, ﺄنآ, ﺇﻧﺎ, ﺍنا, ﺍﻧا, ﺍﻧﺄ, ﺍﻧﺎ, ﺍﻧﻰ, Ana, and Ana

Notable namesakes

Anna, wife of Artabasdos Byzantine empress, Byzantine Empire (b. 700) link
picture of Anna Anna Anna Bulgarian princess daughter of Boris I of Bulgaria, Bulgaria (b. 900) link
Anna Komnene Byzantine historian, Byzantine Empire (b. 1083) link
Anna first wife of Tsar Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria (b. 1101) link
Anna Komnene daughter of John II Komnenos (b. 1150) link
Anna-Euphrosyne grand Princess consort of Kiev (b. 1185) link
Ana Terter Bulgarian princess and Queen consort of Serbia, Kingdom of Serbia (b. 1300) link
Ana de Navarra pretender to the Navarrese throne, illegitimate daughter of Charles IV of Navarre, Prince of Viana (b. 1451) link
Ana de Mendonça King of Portugal's mistress, Portugal (b. 1460) link
picture of Anna of Brandenburg Anna of Brandenburg Anna of Brandenburg Duchess of Schleswig and Holstein, Denmark (b. 1487) link
picture of Ana de Mendoza, Princess of Eboli Ana de Mendoza, Princess of Eboli Ana de Mendoza, Princess of Eboli Spanish countess, España (b. 1540) link
picture of Ana Félix de Guzmán Ana Félix de Guzmán Ana Félix de Guzmán 16th and 17th-century Spanish lady, founder of the Noviciate of the Jesuits in Madrid (b. 1560) link
Anne of Navarre Regent and Infanta of Navarre, Kingdom of Navarre (b. 1492) link
picture of Anne of Saint Bartholomew Anne of Saint Bartholomew Anne of Saint Bartholomew Spanish Discalced Carmelite nun, España (b. 1549) link
picture of Ana de Velasco y Girón Ana de Velasco y Girón Ana de Velasco y Girón Mother of King John IV of Portugal (b. 1585) link
Ana de la Cruz España (b. 1527) link
picture of Ana de Castro Egas Ana de Castro Egas Ana de Castro Egas Spanish writer, España (b. 1600) link
picture of Ana de los Angeles Monteagudo Ana de los Angeles Monteagudo Ana de los Angeles Monteagudo Peruvian nun, Peru (b. 1602) link
picture of Ana María de Loyola Coya Ana María de Loyola Coya Ana María de Loyola Coya (b. 1593) link
Ana de Mendoza y Enríquez de Cabrera, 6th Duchess of the Infantado Spanish noble, España (b. 1554) link
Ana de Castilla y Castañeda Peerage person ID=617124 (b. 1555) link
Ana de Isenburg-Büdingen-Kelsterbach (b. 1550) link
picture of Nzingha Mbande Nzingha Mbande Nzingha Mbande 17th-century queen of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms of the Mbundu people in Angola, Kingdom of Matamba (b. 1581) link
Ana de Villafranca y Rojas lover of Cervantes and mother of his only daughter, España (b. 1563) link
Ana de San Agustín España (b. 1555) link
Ana Gómez de Silva y de Mendoza España (b. 1560) link
Ana Enríquez de Cabrera y Mendoza (b. 1561) link
picture of Anne of Austria Anne of Austria Anne of Austria Queen, consort of Louis XIII, King of France, España (b. 1601) link
Ana Olano 1585-12-26 (b. 1585) link
Ana Beydacar Altuna 1590-04-15 (b. 1590) link
Ana Margarida de Diepholz (b. 1580) link
Anna de' Medici (b. 1553) link
Ana Muñoz Spanish actor, España (b. 1600) link
Ana Díaz 16th century person (b. 1600) link
Ana Francisca Abarca de Bolea Spanish writer and poet, España (b. 1602) link
picture of Katarina Zrinska Katarina Zrinska Katarina Zrinska Croatian writer, Kingdom of Croatia (b. 1625) link
Ana Latiegui Gorostiçu 1608-02-06 (b. 1608) link
Ana Fernández de Córdoba y Enríquez de Ribera España (b. 1608) link
Ana Arsueta Beydacar 1624-01-25 (b. 1624) link
Ana Afonso de Leão Queen of Nkondo (b. 1625) link
Ana de Bragança 1635-1635, Reino de Portugal (b. 1635) link
Anna Maria von Eggenberg, née Brandenburg-Bayreuth Austrian noble (b. 1609) link
Ana Francisca de Borja y Doria Spanish noble (b. 1640) link
Ana Heylan (b. 1635) link
Ana Garayalde Sasiain 1649-05-16 (b. 1649) link
Ana Zabala Celaya 1655-09-28 (b. 1655) link
Ana Zubeldia Olano 1665-10-24 (b. 1665) link
Ana Sofia de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (b. 1659) link
Ana Zabala Jauregui 1671-08-28 (b. 1671) link
Ana Felipa de los Ángeles (b. 1664) link
Ana Urquia Garmendia 1675-07-25 (b. 1675) link
Ana de Castro Spanish person executed by the Spanish Inquisition (b. 1680) link
Ana Zubillaga Garmendia 1681-07-15 (b. 1681) link
Ana Maria Catarina Henriqueta de Lorena, 1st Duchess of Abrantes Portuguese noblewoman, Reino de Portugal (b. 1691) link
Ana Elosegui Zubeldia 1692-11-12 (b. 1692) link
Ana Pullan born 1702 (b. 1702) link
Ana de San Jerónimo (b. 1696) link
Ana María Álvarez de Toledo Portugal Catalan noble, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1707) link
Ana María Canyuwel (b. 1698) link
picture of Ana Gruzinsky Galitzine Ana Gruzinsky Galitzine Ana Gruzinsky Galitzine princess (b. 1763) link
Ana Meléndez Spanish miniaturist, born 1714 (b. 1714) link
picture of Ana Pieri Brignole Sale Ana Pieri Brignole Sale Ana Pieri Brignole Sale France (b. 1765) link
picture of Ana María de Huarte y Muñiz Ana María de Huarte y Muñiz Ana María de Huarte y Muñiz Mexican imperial consort, MX (b. 1786) link
María Ana López Pacheco y Álvarez de Toledo Portugal España (b. 1729) link
picture of Ana Monterroso de Lavalleja Ana Monterroso de Lavalleja Ana Monterroso de Lavalleja Uruguayan patriot, Uruguay (b. 1791) link
Ana Urretavizcaya Zubeldia 1744-07-26 (b. 1744) link
Ana Jacoba García de Zúñiga Argentina (b. 1735) link
picture of Ana María Campos Ana María Campos Ana María Campos Venezuelan resistance fighter, Venezuela (b. 1796) link
picture of Ana Estefanía Dominga Riglos Ana Estefanía Dominga Riglos Ana Estefanía Dominga Riglos Argentina (b. 1788) link
Ana Gallum American businesswoman, USA (b. 1750) link
picture of Infanta Ana de Jesus Maria of Braganza Infanta Ana de Jesus Maria of Braganza Infanta Ana de Jesus Maria of Braganza Portuguese noble, Portugal (b. 1806) link
picture of Ana Gruzinsky Tolstoy Ana Gruzinsky Tolstoy Ana Gruzinsky Tolstoy (b. 1798) link
Ana III of Matamba (b. 1750) link
picture of Ana Gertrudis de Urrutia Gachitorena Ana Gertrudis de Urrutia Gachitorena Ana Gertrudis de Urrutia Gachitorena Spanish painter, España (b. 1812) link
picture of Ana María Martínez de Nisser Ana María Martínez de Nisser Ana María Martínez de Nisser Colombian writer, Colombia (b. 1812) link
picture of Ana Néri Ana Néri Ana Néri Brazilian nurse, Brazil (b. 1814) link
picture of Ana Marija Marović Ana Marija Marović Ana Marija Marović Italian painter, Kingdom of Italy (b. 1815) link
Ana Francisca Rosa Maciel da Costa (b. 1757) link
picture of Lady Charles Bentinck Lady Charles Bentinck Lady Charles Bentinck Great-great-grandmother of Elizabeth II (b. 1788) link
Ana de Azcuénaga de Olaguer Feliú Miguel de Azcuénaga sister, wife of the Viceroy Olaguer Feliú and member of the court of king Charles IV., España (b. 1770) link
Ana María Salvadora de Otálora y Ribero Argentina (b. 1762) link
picture of Anna Maria Sarah Goldsborough Fitzhugh Anna Maria Sarah Goldsborough Fitzhugh Anna Maria Sarah Goldsborough Fitzhugh 1796-1874 (b. 1796) link
Ana de Azcuénaga Basavilbaso (b. 1770) link
picture of Ana de Ávila Chagas Ana de Ávila Chagas Ana de Ávila Chagas Brazil (b. 1820) link
picture of Ana Plácido Ana Plácido Ana Plácido Portuguese writer, Reino de Portugal (b. 1831) link
picture of Ana Faustina Sarmiento Ana Faustina Sarmiento Ana Faustina Sarmiento Argentine professor, Argentina (b. 1832) link
picture of Ana Betancourt Ana Betancourt Ana Betancourt Cuban activist, Cuba (b. 1832) link
picture of Ana Jelovšek Ana Jelovšek Ana Jelovšek (b. 1823) link
Ana Jansen Brazilian politician, Brazil (b. 1793) link
Ana Romana de Aragão Calmon Brazil (b. 1784) link
picture of Ana Racoviţă-Davila Ana Racoviţă-Davila Ana Racoviţă-Davila (b. 1834) link
Ana Rosa de Araújo Brazil (b. 1787) link
Ana Valverde Dominican activist, República Dominicana (b. 1798) link
Ana Vidović Croatian poet, HR (b. 1800) link
picture of Ana Gabriela de Campos Sales Ana Gabriela de Campos Sales Ana Gabriela de Campos Sales 4th First Lady of Brazil, Brazil (b. 1850) link
picture of Ana Villamil Icaza Ana Villamil Icaza Ana Villamil Icaza Ecuadorian composer, Ecuador (b. 1852) link
picture of Ana Paredes Arosemena Ana Paredes Arosemena Ana Paredes Arosemena First lady of Ecuador. Wife of the president Eloy Alfaro Delgado., Panama (b. 1854) link
Ana Barba Provincias Unidas del Río de la Plata (b. 1795) link
Ana Ipătescu Participant in the Romanian Revolution of 1848, Principality of Wallachia (b. 1805) link
Ana Aurora (b. 1799) link

Characteristic surnames

Santos, Oliveira, Souza, Lima, Pereira, Costa, Ferreira, Sousa, Garcia, and Nascimento