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  1. #1
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    Full names for nickname Anna?

    Anna pronounced ah-nah

    I've been in love with this name for ages, but it's just too short. Any names it could be a nickname for?

    Do you think Anneliese could work? Would it get the desired nickname of Anna (ah-nah)?

  2. #3
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    Anneliese is pretty (although you might have some problems with people spelling it Annelise or something similar).

    Annabella, Annabel, Anastasia, Annabeth, Adrianna/Adriana, Viviana, Diana, Joanna, Juliana/Julianna, Annika, Susanna, Georgiana, Tatiana, Giovanna and Rosanna also come to mind.

    All of the above names I believe could be nicknamed Anna.

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  3. #5
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    @ladyraven already listed the best options. May I add:

    Adriana
    Anaïs
    Ananda
    Anastasie
    Anatolia
    Ariana
    Athanasia
    Aureliana
    Cassiana
    Eliana
    Liliana / Lillianna
    Mariana
    Maximiliana
    Morgana
    Silvana
    Antonia
    Anima
    Annis
    Annora
    Annunziata
    Anona
    Anselma
    Annouschka
    Arabella, Thibault, Sophia, Alfred, Eleanor, Rémi, Charlotte, Achille, Olivia, Clement, Elizabeth, Frederick, Maud, Benedict, Adèle.

  4. #7
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    Ah-nah is sweet but I only see it spelled Ana and An-ah and Anna. I would pronounce Anneliese as an-ah-lees not ah-nah-leese so I wouldn't get the nickname you wanted from it >_>

    How about:

    Abellana
    Adiana
    Adriana
    Aiyana
    Alana
    Aldana
    Amana
    Anala
    Analia
    Analiese -- I would pronounce this ah-nah-lees
    Ariana
    Aubriana
    Audriana
    Aureliana
    Briana
    Casiana
    Cavana
    Christiana
    Crisana
    Damiana
    Devana
    Eliana
    Farzana
    Feliciana
    Floriana
    Gloriana
    Ilana
    Ivana
    Johana
    Juliana
    Kanana
    Kiana
    Kimana
    Liana
    Liliana
    Livana
    Loriana
    Lutana
    Maximiliana
    Milana
    Morgana
    Oliana
    Oriana
    Paciana
    Quiliana
    Quintana
    Rasana
    Rohana
    Roxana
    Sebastiana
    Silvana/Sylvana
    Solana
    Tatiana
    Tiana
    Valeriana
    Veridiana
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  5. #9
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    I agree with dantea - not sure what the difference is in my brain, but when I see Anna I say An-ah, when I see Ana I say Ah-nah. So for me I would lean to the names with the Ana spelling to get the proper pronunciation. I don't have any new suggestions, just figure I'd throw my two cents in about pronunciation. And for reference, I live in New England and I believe that is the general consensus here.
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