What does Anet mean?
Anet [anet] as a girls' name has its root in Hebrew, and the name Anet means "He (God) has favored me". Anet is an alternate form of Anne (Hebrew): the English transcription of Hannah. Anet is also a variation of Annette (French, Hebrew).
36 more different relations via Anne, Annette: Aine, Ana, Anabel, Anci, Anelie, Anetta, Anh, Ania, Anica, Anika▲, Aniko, Anita▼, Anitra, Anka, Anke, Anki, Ann▼, Anna▼, Anneke, Annetta▼, Anni, Annie▼, Annis, Annus, Anny, Anona, Anouk, Antje, Anya, Anyu, Asya, Ayn, Nanete, Neti, Oni and Onie▼.Creative forms:
(female) Adet, Andea, ..
(male) Anetau, Antai, .. Middle name pairings:
Anet Ema (A.E.), ..
How popular is Anet?
Anet is a rare given name for women. Anet is also a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Anna (#44 via latest list), Ana (#211), Annie (#323), Anya (#555), Anne (#569), Anika (#580), Ann (#893), Annette (#1334), Anabel (#1408), Anita (#1520), Asya, Onie, Anona, Annis, Aine, Anette, Ania, Anitra and Annetta are the popular variation forms of Anet (not in Top 2000). Other forms, like Anci, are uncommon. These forms of Anet were at the apex of their popularity 135 years ago (usage of 10.2%) and are now much less common (usage 0.7%, 93% less). Anna is a constant favorite, although Anika seems to be gaining popularity too, while forms such as Anna have lost favor. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Anet is pronounced similarly to Anat, Annet, Annot, Enat, Unite, Wyanet, Wyonet and Yonit. Other recommended names are Ade, Adel, Aden, Adey, Agnes▼, Agneta, Agot, Alea, Aleta, Alex, Aley, Ame, Amee, Amel, Amey, Amit, Amneet, Anath, Anda, Ande, Andee, Andi▲, Andy, Aneeta, Anela, Aneta, Ang, Ange, Angel, Angy, Anis, Anja, Anjel, Anner, Annes, Annest, Anwen, Aren, Areta, Arete, Arlet, Arnett, Arnit, Ase, Ave, Aven, Bet, Bret, Danet, Janet▼, Jonet, Lanet, Linet, Lunet, Monet, Pet and Riet. These names tend to be more frequently used than Anet.See names in meaning and etymology.