What does Anka mean?
Associated with: grace.
Anka has 44 more different relations via Ana, Anne: Aine, Anci, Anechka, Anet, Anett, Anh, Ania, Anica, Anika▲, Aniko, Anissa▼, Anita▼, Anitra, Ann▼, Anna▼, Anneke, Anni, Annie▼, Annina, Annis, Annora, Annus, Annuska, Anny, Anona, Anouk, Anouska, Antje, Anushka, Anuska, Anya, Anyshka, Anyu, Asya, Ayn, Hana▲, Hanja, Hanka, Nana, Nina, Nita▼, Nona▼, Oni and Onie▼.Creative forms:
(female) Ankai, Ankaia, ..
(male) Anaki, Ankai, .. Middle name pairings:
Anka Ada (A.A.), ..
How popular is Anka?
Anka is an unusual given name for women. Anka is also an uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Shown below is an analysis of the statistics of the girl name Anka and affiliated names. Popular alternative forms of Anka (not in Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Aine, Ana (#211 in 2015), Ania, Anika (#580), Anissa, Anita (#1520), Anitra, Ann (#893), Anna (#44), Anne (#569), Annie (#323), Annis, Anona, Anushka, Anya (#555), Asya, Hana (#860), Nana, Nina (#300), Nita, Nona and Onie. Other forms, like Anechka, are uncommon. Usage of these forms of Anka reached its peak a century ago (usage of 10.2%) and is now much diminished (usage 0.7%, ▼93%), with versions like Anna becoming less stylish. Anika and Hana are two of the more trendy names for newborns in this compilation. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Aanya, Abba, Abia, Ada▼, Adda▼, Adra, Afra, Aiko, Aila, Aja, Aki, Aleka, Alenka, Alfa, Alia▲, Alika, Alma▼, Alta▼, Ama, Amika, Amya, Anaca, Anafa, Anaka, Anaya▲, Anda, Ande, Andi▲, Anela, Aneta, Ang, Ange, Angy, Anicka, Anima, Anis, Anisa, Anja, Annaka, Annda, Anneka, Annika, Anora, Antia, Ara▼, Arda, Aria▲, Arika, Arla, Arya▲, Asa, Asha, Asia▼, Asta, Atha, Auda, Aunika, Ava▲, Ayva▲, Aza, Azha, Azia, Azra, Deka, Elka, Henka, Ilka, Mika, Myka, Neka, Nika, Rika, Tinka, Ulka and Vika. These names tend to be more frequently used than Anka.See names in meaning and etymology.