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Anne


Anne


Anne, alternatively spelled Ann, is a form of the Latin female given name Anna. This in turn is a representation of the Hebrew Hannah, which means 'favour' or 'grace'. Related names include Annie.

Anne is sometimes used as a male name in the Netherlands, particularly in the Frisian speaking part (for example, author Anne de Vries). In this incarnation, it is related to Germanic arn-names and means 'eagle'. It has also been used for males in France (Anne de Montmorency) and Scotland (Lord Anne Hamilton).

Anne is a common name and the following lists represent a small selection. For a comprehensive list, see instead: All pages with titles beginning with Anne.

As a feminine name

Anne

  • Saint Anne, Mother of the Virgin Mary
  • Anne, Queen of Great Britain (1665–1714), Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1702–07) and Great Britain (1707–14)
  • Queens consort, in alphabetical order:
    • Anne of Austria, Landgravine of Thuringia (1432–1462)
    • Anne Neville (1456–1485), wife of King Richard III of England
    • Anne of Brittany (1477–1514), Breton ruler, wife of both Charles VIII of France and Louis XII of France
    • Anne Boleyn (c. 1501/1507–1536), second wife of King Henry VIII of England
    • Anne of Cleves (1515–1557), fourth wife of King Henry VIII
    • Anne of Denmark (1574–1619), wife of King James VI and I of Scotland, England, and Ireland,
    • Anne of Austria (1601–1666), wife of Louis XIII of France, Regent of France
    • Anne Catherine of Brandenburg (1575–1612), wife of King Christian IV of Denmark and Norway
    • Anne Marie d'Orléans (1669–1728), wife of King Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia
    • Anne of Romania (1923–2016), wife of King Michael I of Romania
    • Anne-Marie of Greece (born 1948), Queen of Greece, wife of King Constantine II
  • Princess Anne (disambiguation), including:
    • Anne of Denmark, Electress of Saxony (1532–1585), Danish princess from the House of Oldenburg
    • Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (1709–1759), daughter of King George II, wife of William IV, Prince of Orange
    • Anne of Orléans (1906–1986), Princess of France
    • Anne of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (born 1938), wife of Infante Carlos, Duke of Calabria
    • Anne, Princess Royal (born 1950), daughter of Queen Elizabeth II
  • Anne Aallonen (born 1967), Finnish-born Hong Kong professional tennis player
  • Anne Abayasekara (1925–2015), Sri Lankan Sinhala journalist
  • Anne Applebaum (born 1964), American journalist
  • Anne Archer (born 1947), American actress
  • Anne Askew (1521–1546), English writer, poet, and Protestant martyr
  • Anne Bancroft (1931–2005), American actress
  • Anne Bailey Colombo (born 1997), American soccer player
  • Anne Baxter (1923–1985), American actress
  • Anne Lilia Berge Strand (born 1977), Norwegian singer-songwriter, known as "Annie"
  • Anne Berthelot (born 1957), French professor of Medieval literature studies
  • Anne-Grethe Leine Bientie (born 1954), Norwegian writer and psalmist
  • Anne Bonny (1702–1782?), Irish pirate
  • Anne Bosworth (1868–1907), American mathematician
  • Anne Bourg (born 1987), Luxembourgish footballer
  • Anne Bourguignon (1950–2019), French actress, filmmaker and political activist known as Anémone
  • Anne Bourlioux, Canadian mathematician and indoor rower
  • Anne Bradstreet (1612–1672), America's first published poet
  • Anne Brontë (1820–1849), British novelist and poet
  • Anne Isabella Byron, Baroness Byron (1792–1860), British peer, wife of Lord Byron
  • Anne Byrn (born 1956), American cookbook author
  • Anne Carson (born 1950), Canadian poet, essayist, and translator
  • Anne Chislett (born 1942), Canadian playwright
  • Anne Cox Chambers (1919–2020), American media proprietor and billionaire
  • Anne V. Coates (1925–2018), British film editor
  • Anne Consigny (born 1963), French actress
  • Anne Conway (disambiguation), several people
  • Anne Haney Cross (born 1956), American neurologist and neuroimmunologist
  • Anne Virginia Culbertson (1857–1918), American writer
  • Anne Curtis (born 1985), Filipina actress and host
  • Anne Dacier (1654–1720), French scholar and translator of the classics
  • Anne Seymour Damer (1749–1828), English sculptor
  • Anne Daw, Australian environmental activist
  • Anne DeGrace, Canadian fiction writer and illustrator
  • Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (born 1960), Belgian choreographer
  • Anne Desclos (1907–1998), French journalist and novelist
  • Anne Diamond (born 1954), British journalist and broadcaster
  • Anne Distel (born 1947), French curator and art critic
  • Anne Donovan (born 1961), American basketball player and coach
  • Anne Dudek (born 1975), American actress
  • Anne Dudley (born 1956), English composer, keyboardist, conductor and pop musician
  • Anne Émond (born 1982), Canadian film director and screenwriter
  • Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774–1824), German nun, mystic and stigmatic
  • Anne Fletcher (born 1966), American choreographer and film director
  • Anne Stella Fomumbod, Cameroonian women's rights activist
  • Anne Fontaine (born 1959), French film director, screenwriter, and actress
  • Anne Francine (1917–1999), American actress and cabaret singer
  • Anne Francis (1930–2011), American actress
  • Anne Frank (1929–1945), German-Dutch diarist and Holocaust victim
  • Anne Geddes (born 1956), Australian photographer and businesswoman
  • Anne Golon (1921–2017), French author
  • Anne P. Graham, American politician
  • Anne Grant (1755–1838), Scottish poet, author
  • Anne Griffin (writer) (fl 2013 –), Irish short story writer and novelist
  • Anne Haney (1934–2001), American actress
  • Anne Hathaway (1556–1623), wife of William Shakespeare
  • Anne Hathaway (born 1982), American actress
  • Anne Hébert (1916–2000), Canadian author and poet
  • Anne Heche (1969–2022), American actress
  • Anne Hegerty (born 1958), English quizzer and television personality
  • Anne Heggtveit (born 1939), Canadian alpine skier
  • Anne Henning (born 1955), American speed skater
  • Anne Hidalgo (born 1959), French politician, Mayor of Paris
  • Anne Grete Holmsgaard (born 1948), Danish energy expert and politician
  • Anne Holt (born 1958), Norwegian author, lawyer and former Minister of Justice
  • Anne Hugon (born 1965), French historian and Africanist
  • Anne Hutchinson (1591–1643), American religious dissenter
  • Anne Hyde (1637–1671), Duchess of York
  • Anne Jackson (1925–2016), American actress
  • Anne Jeffreys (1923–2017), American actress and singer
  • Anne Judkins (born 1964), New Zealand race walker
  • Anne Keothavong (born 1983), British tennis player
  • Anne Kirkbride (1954–2015), English soap actress
  • Anne Kremer (born 1975), Luxembourgish tennis player
  • Anne Osborn Krueger (born 1934), American economist, deputy director of the IMF
  • Anne L'Huillier (born 1958), French-Swedish physicist
  • Anne Louhelainen (born 1965), Finnish politician
  • Anne Margiste (born 1942), Estonian actress
  • Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906–2001), American author and aviator
  • Anne Birgitte Lundholt (born 1952), Danish politician and businessperson
  • Anne McCaffrey (1926–2011), American-born Irish science fiction and fantasy writer
  • Anne Hazen McFarland (1868–1930), American physician, editor
  • Anne Meara (1929–2005), American actress and comedian
  • Anne Marie Louise d'Orléans, Duchess of Montpensier (1627–1693), French memoirist
  • Anne Shannon Monroe (1873–1942), American writer
  • Anne Murray (born 1945), Canadian singer
  • Anne-Sophie Mutter (born 1963), German violinist
  • Anne-Louise-Germaine Necker (1766–1817), French writer and philosopher, known as Madame de Staël
  • Anne Sofie von Otter (born 1955), Swedish mezzo-soprano
  • Anne Parillaud (born 1960), French actress
  • Anne Peichert (born 1996), French singer, songwriter and actress, known as Louane Emera
  • Anne Perry (1938–2023), English author
  • Anne C. Perry, American politician
  • Anne Peyroche, French biologist and geneticist
  • Anne Provoost (born 1964), Flemish author
  • Anne Quemere (born 1966), French sailor
  • Anne Ramsey (1929–1988), American actress
  • Anne Reid (born 1935), English actress
  • Anne Revere (1903–1990), American actress
  • Anne Rice (1941–2021), American author
  • Anne Royall (1769–1854), American journalist
  • Anne Schedeen (born 1949), American television actress
  • Anne Schilling, American mathematician
  • Anne Sexton (1928–1974), American poet
  • Anne Shirley (1918–1993), American actress
  • Anne Simpson, Canadian poet
  • Anne Smith (disambiguation), several people
  • Anne Steele (1717–1778), English hymnwriter, essayist
  • Anne Sullivan (1866–1936), American teacher and companion of Helen Keller
  • Anne Sweeney (born 1957), American businesswoman, co-chair of Disney Media
  • Lady Anne Tree (1927–2010), British philanthropist and prison visitor
  • Anne Thorius (born 1977), Danish basketballer
  • Anne Tyler (born 1941), American writer and literary critic
  • Anne Veski (born 1956), Estonian pop singer
  • Anne Watanabe 渡辺杏 (Anne/杏) (born 1986), Japanese model and actress, known as "Anne"
  • Anne Winters (actress) (born 1994), American actress
  • Anne Wizorek (born 1981), German journalist, author and feminist
  • Anne Wood (singer) (1907–1998), British mezzo-soprano and opera administrator
  • Anne Wood (born 1937), English children's television producer
  • Anne Wolden-Ræthinge (1929–2016), Danish biographer, journalist and writer
  • Anne Woolliams (1926–1999), English artistic director, ballet choreographer, dancer and teacher

Ann

  • Ann (singer) (born 1991), Taiwanese singer-songwriter
  • Ann Bancroft (born 1955), American author, teacher, adventurer and public speaker
  • Ann Beddingfield (1742–1763), English murderer
  • Ann Bollin (born 1960), American politician
  • Ann Brashares (born 1967), American YA author
  • Ann Cashion, American chef
  • Ann R. Chaintreuil (born 1947), American architect
  • Ann Mary Butler Crittenden Coleman (1813–1891), American author, translator
  • Ann Curry (born 1956), American journalist
  • Ann Donahue, television writer
  • Ann Druyan (born 1949), American writer and producer
  • Ann Dunham (1942–1995), American anthropologist
  • Ann, Lady Fanshawe (1625–1680), English memoirist and cookery author
  • Ann Flagg (1924–1970), African-American playwright, stage actress and drama teacher
  • Ann Flora Froude Flashman (1911–1961), Australian veterinarian
  • Ann Getty (1941–2020), American philanthropist
  • Ann Gillen, American artist
  • Ann James (born 1952), Australian artist
  • Ann James (artist) (1925–2011), English-born Canadian artist and educator
  • Ann Hasseltine Judson (1789–1826), American foreign missionary
  • Ann E. Kelley (1954–2007), American neuroscientist
  • Ann Kenrick (born 1958), British charity worker
  • Ann Lambert (born 1957), Canadian author and playwright
  • Ann Lamont, American venture capitalist
  • Ann Landers (1918–2002), pen name of American advice columnist Ruth Crowley and later, Esther Pauline Lederer
  • Ann Lee (1736–1784), English church leader
  • Ann Lewis Hamilton, American television producer and writer
  • Ann Linde (born 1961), Swedish politician, government minister from 2016 to 2022
  • Ann-Margret (born 1941), Swedish-American actress, singer and dancer
  • Ann Marks (1941–2016), British physicist and science communicator
  • Ann M. Martin (born 1955), American children's author, known best for the Baby-sitters Club series
  • Ann Matlack, American politician
  • Ann McCrory (born 1956), First Lady of North Carolina
  • Ann Miller (1923–2004), American dancer, singer and actress
  • Ann Watt Milne (1856 - no earlier than 1928), Scottish social reformer, temperance leader
  • Ann Mitchell (born 1939), British stage and television actress
  • Ann Nardulli (1948–2018), American endocrinologist
  • Ann Petry (1908–1997), American author and journalist
  • Ann Putnam Jr. (1679–1716), witness at the Salem Witch Trials
  • Ann Radcliffe (1764–1823), English author and pioneer of the Gothic subgenre
  • Ann Reinking (1949–2020), American actor, dancer, and choreographer
  • Ann Richards (1933–2006), American politician
  • Ann Romney (born 1949), wife of American businessman and politician, Mitt Romney
  • Ann E. Rondeau, American Navy admiral
  • Ann Rule (1931–2015), American author
  • Ann Sarnoff (born c. 1962), American businesswoman
  • Ann London Scott (1929–1975), American feminist
  • Ann Smith (activist) (fl. 1682–1686), English political activist
  • Ann Eliza Smith (1819–1905), American author
  • Ann Sothern (1909–2001), American actress
  • Ann Sullivan (animator) (1929–2020), American animator
  • Ann Syrdal (1945–2020), American psychologist and researcher
  • Ann Tahincioğlu (born 1956), Turkey's first female car racing driver
  • Ann Ter-Pogossian (1932–2022), American artist
  • Ann Thongprasom (born 1976), Thai film and television actress, host and producer
  • Ann Widdecombe (born 1947), British politician, author and television personality
  • Ann Wilson (born 1950), American musician
  • Ann Winsborn (born 1981), Swedish singer-songwriter

As a masculine name

  • Anna of East Anglia (died 653/54), king of East Anglia
  • Anne Bignan (1795–1861), French poet and translator
  • Anne van der Bijl (1928–2022), Dutch Christian missionary
  • Anne Casimir Pyrame de Candolle (1836–1918), Swiss botanist
  • Anne Claude de Caylus (1692–1765), French antiquarian and proto-archaeologist
  • Anne Danican Philidor (1681–1728), French musician, composer, founder, Concert Spirituel Tuileries
  • Anne Hamilton (1709–1748), Scottish nobleman
  • Anne Chrétien Louis de Hell (1783–1864), French admiral
  • Anne du Bourg (1521–1559), French magistrate
  • Anne d'Escars de Givry (1546–1612), French Benedictine cardinal
  • Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson (1767–1824), French Romantic painter
  • Anne de Joyeuse (c.1560–1587), French admiral during the French Wars of Religion
  • Anne Louis Henri de La Fare (1752–1829), French Roman Catholic cardinal and counter-revolutionary
  • Anne de Montmorency (1493–1567), constable of France, soldier, statesman, and diplomat
  • Anne Mulder (born 1969), Dutch politician
  • Anne de Noailles (d. 1678), first Duke of Noailles
  • Anne Poulett (1711–1785), British Member of Parliament
  • Anne Jean Marie René Savary (1774–1833), French general and diplomat
  • Anne Hilarion de Tourville (1642–1701), French naval commander, Marshal of France
  • Anne Sjerp Troelstra (1939–2019), Dutch mathematician and logician
  • Anne Robert Jacques Turgot (1727–1781), French economist and statesman
  • Anne Vermeer (1916–2018), Dutch politician
  • Anne Vondeling (1916–1979), Dutch politician
  • Anne de Vries (1904–1964), Dutch writer from Drenthe

Fictional characters

  • Ann, in the Story of Seasons video game franchise
  • Ann, a hunter in the video game Identity V
  • Anne Boonchuy, from the American animated TV series Amphibia
  • Anne Brookes, on the American TV sitcom The Ropers
  • Ann Darrow, in the films King Kong (1933) and King Kong (2005)
  • Anne Elliot, in Jane Austen's Persuasion
  • Anne Garland, in Thomas Hardy's The Trumpet-Major
  • Anne Glass, in the American TV series Falling Skies
  • Anne Kirrin, the youngest of the four cousins in Enid Blyton's The Famous Five novels
  • Anne Lester, a survivor in the video game Identity V
  • Anne Lewis, in the Robocop franchise
  • Anne Maria, from the Canadian animated TV series Total Drama: Revenge of the Island
  • Anne Page, from William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor
  • Ann Perkins, from the American television series Parks and Recreation
  • Ann Possible, character in the animated series Kim Possible
  • Anne Shirley, in Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables
  • Ann Takamaki, one of the main characters from video game Persona 5
  • Raggedy Ann, rag doll in Johnny Gruelle's books, 1918 onwards
  • Rebecca Anne "Annie" January, one of the main characters in The Boys franchise

See also

  • Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Anne's theorem, result from Euclidean geometry, due to Pierre-Leon Anne (1806–1850)
  • Lady Anne (disambiguation)
  • Princess Anne (disambiguation)
  • Queen Anne (disambiguation)
  • St Ann (disambiguation)
  • Saint Anne (disambiguation)

References

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