Agnes

Meaning and origin

Agnes is a Latin girl name. The meaning of the name is Pure, Lamb.



Where is it used?

The name Agnes is mainly used in English, German, Dutch and in Scandinavian.

How do they say it elsewhere?

Agneta (In Swedish)
Inés (In Spanish)
Inez (In Spanish)
Neza (In Slovene)
Agnessa (In Russian)
Inês (In Portuguese)
Agnieszka (In Polish)
Agnese (In Italian and in Latvian)
ágnes (In Hungarian)
Agnethe (In German)
Agnes (In French)
Aune (In Finnish)
Annis (In English)


See also

In Welsh: Nesta (F)
In Hungarian: ági (F)
In French: Ines
In English: Annice
In English: Aggie (F)
In English: Agatha (F)
Alternative meanings ( ) Also Dutch, German, Hungarian, and Old English

What Agnes`s say about their name

The best thing about the name Agnes:
Not many people are namned it and manyy people think it is pretty

The worst thing about the name:
Some people think it sounds like an old lady. And it is pronounced so differently in different languages.

If my name wasn`t Agnes....:
It wolud be Alice or Anna I think

The best thing about the name Agnes:
unique

The worst thing about the name:
nothing

If my name wasn`t Agnes....:
I don't know,I'm glad to be named Agnes.

Extra information:
I love my name: Agnes Elise.

The best thing about the name Agnes:
it is unique

The worst thing about the name:
nothing

If my name wasn`t Agnes....:
yes

More `Agnes` links

Agnes as abbreviation
Actors named Agnes
Agnes in the encyclopedia