Off topic: name (Dutch?) Aneka
Thread poster: xxxwind
xxxwind
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Mar 1, 2003

Hello,



Does anyone know what is the origin of the name, probably Dutch, Aneka? Its etymological background?



Thank you!


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Marijke Mayer  Identity Verified
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It's traditionally Anneke, even though today there are some Anika's Mar 2, 2003

Anneke is usually derived from Johanna. I\'m sure there are places on the web with meanings of the name.



Good luck,

Marijke


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Arthur Borges
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Sounds like Mar 3, 2003

...Annick which is common to Brittany and a Breton form of Anne, Anna.

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xxxwind
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Thank you! Mar 4, 2003

That is fine, since the etymological background seems one and the same:



hanan= mercy, grace (of God)



Thank you, both of you, for your help!





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xxxblomguib  Identity Verified
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try www.behindthename.com...interesting site!



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