Globally, Anna (Anna , Анна , Ана , along with others...) is a prevalent girly first name. The given name Anna is habitual in Greece, where it is a prevalent feminine name, Russia, where it is a widespread female name, and Italy (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it is commonest in Russia, Italy, and the United States. Very seldom, Anna is the last name as well as the forename.
Anna is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Anna||Poland, Tanzania, Brazil, Italy, United States|
|Анна||Poland, Ukraine, Italy, United States, Russia|
|Ана||Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Russia|
|آنا||Egypt, Iraq, Sudan, Iran, Syria|
|อันนา, อัณณา, แอนนา||Thailand|
Aminami, An-Na, Ana, Anabel, Anami, Anan, Anaïs, Ance, Aneta, Anete, Anett, Anetta, Anette, Ania, Anja, Ann, Annabel, Annabella, Annaig, Anne, Annele, Anneli, Annete, Annett, Annetta, Annette, Anni, Annija, Annika, Annikki, Annina, Annita, Anno, Annà, Annàs, Anná, Annâ, Annā, Anną, Ans, Anu, Anya, Anás, Anña, Añna, Añnâ, Añnã, Añña, Aññã, Añńa,
Anna 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; Anna , the fictional character from Disney's Frozen franchise; Anna , the biblical figure mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, Presentation of Jesus at the Temple; Danna Cisneros , the fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, The Flash and Anna Karenina , the fictional character in the novel Anna Karenina by Lev Tolstoy, and in many other works.
|anna kölblová-kuncová CZ (b. 193)|
|anna, wife of artabasdos Byzantine empress (b. 700)|
|anna doukaina Byzantine noblewoman (b. 1068)|
|anna diogenissa Grand Princess consort, Byzantine noblewoman (b. 1075)|
|anna komnene Byzantine historian (b. 1083)|
|anna polovetska Grand Princess consort of Kiev (b. 1100)|
|châtillon anna Queen consort of Hungary (1154–1184), HU (b. 1153)|
|anna von nowgorod (b. 1100)|
|anna von zähringen DE (b. 1162)|
|anna dandola Queen consort of Serbia, IT (b. 1200)|
|anna komnene daughter of John II Komnenos (b. 1150)|
|anna lehnická High Duchess consort of Poland (1238-1241), CZ (b. 1204)|
|anna of turov (1157-1205) (b. 1157)|
|anna komnene angelina Empress consort of Nicaea (b. 1176)|
|anna rostislavna of kyiv (1240-1290) (b. 1240)|