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  1. #21
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  2. #23
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    @sweatpea2peanut - as others have said, Agnes in French is Agnès. I think you would probably have to use the accent if you wanted the French pronunciation, because otherwise, I think there's no way you'd get it (I'm not even sure how easily you could enforce ahn-YESS with the accent...).

    Just thought of a few more:

    Anatalia (not sure if it's a smoosh of Anna and Natalia or legitimate name on its own, but I think it's cool!)
    Analilia

    Or some Anna/Anne double barrels like Anne-Claire, Anne-Sophie, Anne-Laure, Anna Clara, Anna Sophia, Anna Lucia, Anna Rose, etc. which are quite obscure but still memorable and easy to spell, etc.
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  3. #25
    Thanks everyone for all the great feedback. We do love the French version of Agnes but doubt we would get the right pronunciation. I will have dh look over these ideas. Thanks everyone.

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