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  • Личные имена (about some 7,000 names) (EN)


    Agnes f.

    English, German, Dutch, and Scandinavian: Latinized version of the Greek name Hagnē, from the feminine form of the adjective hagnos pure, holy. This was the name of a young Roman virgin martyred in the persecutions instigated by the Roman emperor Diocletian. She became a very popular saint in the Middle Ages. Her name was early associated with Latin agnus lamb, leading to the consistent dropping of the initial H-and to her representation in art accompanied by a lamb. The name was strongly revived in the 19th century, and has become especially popular in Scotland. In Ireland it has traditionally been used as a ‘translation’ of ÚNA.

    Cognates: Irish Gaelic: Aignéis. French: Agnès. Italian: Agnese. Spanish: Inés. Portuguese: Inês. Polish: Agnieszka. Czech: Anežka. Finnish: Aune. See also ANNIS.

    Pet form: Scottish: Aggie.

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