Etymology: The Latinate and New Testament form of Ann, equal to Hannah in the Old Testament, Hebrew 'grace; gracious'. Cf. Johannes, Hannibal.
- (given name, female, from Hebrew, ) periodically popular as a variant of Ann in English.
- Ann, the apocryphal mother of Virgin Mary.
- (biblical character) A prophetess who saw the infant Jesus ( Luke 2:36-38)
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