In the entire world, Ana (Ana , Анна , Ана , and others...) is a prevalent predominantly girly, but very seldom male first name. The given name Ana is characteristic of Croatia, where it is a prevalent feminine name, Georgia, and Egypt, where it is a prevalent unisex name (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, the name is most common in Brazil, Egypt, and Russia. Very seldom, Ana is the last name as well as the forename.
Ana is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Ana||Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Egypt|
|Анна||Russia, Ukraine, Spain, Brazil, Mexico|
|Ана||Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan|
|آنا||Sudan, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Iran|
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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; Kitty Pryde , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, X-Men; Anna , the fictional character from Disney's Frozen franchise and Milady de Winter , the character from Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers, and in many other works.
|ana de fois Queen Consort of Hungary, Bohemia and Croatia, English subject as countess of Candale (Kendal), descendant of the house de la Pole (1484-1506), FR (b. 1484)|
|ana de aragón Infanta of Aragon, ES (b. 1489)|
|ana de navarra 1451-1477 pretender to the Navarrese throne, illegitimate daughter of Charles IV of Navarre, Prince of Viana (b. 1451)|
|ana de mendonça King of Portugal's mistress, PT (b. 1460)|
|ana de mendoza de la cerda, princesa de éboli, condesa de mélito y duquesa de pastrana Spanish countess (1540-1592), ES (b. 1540)|
|ana de jesus Spanish Discalced Carmelite nun and spiritual writer (1545-1621), ES (b. 1545)|
|ana de san bartolomé Spanish Discalced Carmelite nun (1550-1626), ES (b. 1550)|
|ana de hoces vega (b. 1500)|
|ana félix de guzmán 16th and 17th-century Spanish lady, founder of the Noviciate of the Jesuits in Madrid, ES (b. 1560)|
|ana chaves portuguese colonial person of São Tomé, ST (b. 1520)|
|ana de sousa 17th-century queen regnant of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms of the Mbundu people in Angola (1583-1663), AO (b. 1583)|
|ana de velasco y girón Mother of King John IV of Portugal (1585-1607), IT (b. 1585)|
|ana de la cruz ES (b. 1527)|
|ana de castro egas Spanish writer, ES (b. 1600)|
|ana de austria Queen, consort of Louis XIII, King of France, lived (1601-1666), ES (b. 1601)|