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Agnes

Agnes \ag-nes\ as a girl's name is pronounced AG-ness. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Agnes is "pure, holy". Latin form of the Greek name Hagnes, from the feminine form of "hagnos". The popular Saint Agnes (fourth century) was a young Roman virgin martyred by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Her emblem is a lamb, the Latin word for "lamb" is "agnus". The name was revived in the 19th century. Ana?(see Ana?/a>) and Anniesse are French variants, Agnethe is German, Agnese is Italian, Annest and Nesta are Welsh, Agneis is Irish, Agnieska is Polish. Choreographer Agnes De Mille, actress Agnes Moorhead, writer Ana?Nin, film director Annest Holland. Agnes has 75 variant forms: Ag, Agafi, Agafia, Agafon, Aggi, Aggie, Aggy, Aggye, Aghna, Agi, Agie, Agna, Agnah, Agneis, Agnella, Agnellah, Agnelle, Agnese, Agness, Agnessa, Agnesse, Agneta, Agnethe, Agnetta, Agnettah, Agnie, Agnieszka, Agnola, Agnolah, Agnus, Agot, Agota, Agote, Agoti, Agy, Agye, Aigneis, Ainah, Anais, Anessa, Anis, Anise, Anissa, Annais, Annest, Anneyce, Annice, Anniesse, Annis, Annisa, Annisah, Annise, Ina, Inah, Ines, Inessa, Inez, Nessa, Nessah, Nesi, Nessie, Nessy, Nesta, Nestah, Nevsa, Nevesah, Neysa, Oona, Oonagh, Oonah, Senga, Una, Unah, Ynes and Ynez. For more information, see also related names Anice and Annette. Baby names that sound like Agnes are Annes, Annys, Annus and Innes. View a list of the 12 names that reference Agnes.

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