Anica name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Hebrew
Usage: Hindi, Slavic, Serbian, Spanish, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Anica AN-i-kaorah-NEE-tsa
Meaning: Grace, A Familiar Form of Anna, He (God) Was Gracious, God has Shown Favour, Graceful and Mercy
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What does Anica mean?

Offbeat Anica's origin is Hebrew bestowed upon girls, meaning of Anica is "Grace, A Familiar Form of Anna, God is Gracious, God has Shown Favour, Graceful or Mercy" is primarily used in Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Slavic, Serbian and Hindi.

Anica is abridged form of Anna. Anna is form of Hanna [11] [12] [13] [14]. Also Anna is form of Germanic Names Beginning with Arn-. Anna is Greek, Old Greek and Latin equivalent of Channah or Hannah.

Anna means Eagle, Full of Grace and He (God) Was Gracious is rooted from Hebrew and Old Greek. Also Anica is Slavic equivalent of Ana.. The name is celebrated on July 26th.

How do I pronounce Anica?

The one syllabled name Anica is pronounced, AN-i-kaorah-NEE-tsa with emphasis on first AN syllable. The other ways to say the name is a-ni-ca.

Variants of Anica

Anne, Ana, Anna, Ann, Anders, Arne, Ane, Anneli, Alianna, Anneelizabeth, Ananias, Anianus, Aana, Thena, Aldana, Anaclara, Aenne, Anella, Anki, Hanna, Ans, Aemiliana, Anacarolina

Middle Names for Anica

Nary, Non, Ndia, Lucette, Olia, view more middle names that goes with Anica

Names that rhyme with Anica

How popular is the name Anica?

Anica is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1970 and was able to reach the top 3000 names. In 1975, it ranked 2361st when 39 girls were named Anica.

Over 1021 people have been named Anica in United States. Anica is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales still in use today. Also, in France, it has been in use since 1925 and achieved its top most rank of 852 in 1930.

But Anica is a popular baby name in Croatia where every 1 in 300 have the name as well as in, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Slovenia. At least, 50000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.

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Anica in Nordic countries

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Numerological analysis of Anica

Set up a positive mindset and enjoy. You always act like everything's just great. You don't want to live an ordinary life and be remembered as some other folk who lived and died for nothing. Working harder than required is what you are known for. Good things don't just fall from the sky. You have to earn them. You know this. You are highly resourceful and respectful around people who value honesty, justice, and dreams.

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  •  Gabriele - Used largely in Norwegian and Finnish unheard-of, Gabriele is of Hebrew and Italian origin, Gabriele means "God is Strong or Hero of God" is a gender insensitive name
  •  Ato is Finnish form of Ate
  •  Marie-Josèphe - Hebrew name Marie-Josèphe means "Princess of the Sea or God Adds"
  •  Noemi - The prevalent unisex name Noemi is primarily used in German and English is originated from Hebrew, Noemi means "Pleasentness, Graceful or Sweet"
  •  Atti - Used commonly in Danish, English and Swedish dominant, Atti is originated from Old Norse is used for both genders. Atti is Old Norse equivalent of Algautr. Also Atti is Old Norse form of Azurr. Also Atti is form of Ahti in Finnish language. Also Atti is Finnish cognate of Ate
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Sibling Names for Anica

If you've decided to name your baby girl "Anica", you might be looking for some great names to pair with it. Sibling names for Anica can be a fun way to create a cohesive and meaningful family name tradition. Here are some great ideas for sibling names that would go well with Anica.

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Famous people named Anica

  • Anica Černej, Slovene author and poet
  • Anica Dobra, Serbian film actress
  • Anica Kovač, Croatian former model best


  1. Social Security Administration,
  2. Office for National Statistics,
  3. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques,
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