Agnethe meaning and origin
Old Greek name Agnethe is used mainly in Norwegian, Swedish, Old SwedishFinnish and Danish is a baby girl name. Agnethe is variation of pious, durable and well-liked Agnes. Agnes is equivalent of The Greek Name ‘Αγνη in Latin language. Agnes's meaning is The Pure and Lamb As Well is originated from Latin and Old Greek.
Variants of AgnetheNames that rhyme with Agnethe
Popularity of Agnethe
Agnethe is a common baby name in Denmark while it is somewhat familiar in Norway. According to our estimate, over 1000 babies have been named Agnethe globally, concentrated mainly Nordic regions.
Agnethe in Nordic countries
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Here's what numbers has to say about Agnethe
You know a way out but prefer to dwell in your comfort zone. You have a competitive spirit and challenge yourself on a daily basis. You easily adapt to new environments and want to hang around with new people. People envy your success and personal life, and would give just anything to be like you. You deserve the best because you are simply the best. You have high aspirations in life, and to achieve your goals.
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Namesakes of Agnethe
- Agnethe Davidsen, first female government minister in Greenland