What does Dannah mean?
Associated with: old english.
(female) Donah, ..
(male) Dandar, Danday, .. Middle name pairings:
Dannah Tania (D.T.), ..
How popular is Dannah?
Dannah is a rare first name for women. Dannah is an equally rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Dana (#851 from recent data), Dani (#1025), Dania (#1235), Danita, Danna (#519) and Danya are the prominent alternative forms of Dannah (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Dannon, are uncommon. These forms of Dannah were favored 45 years ago (median #1156) and are now much less common (#1271, down 84%), with the form Dana becoming less fashionable. Dani is the most contemporarily stylish baby name in this compilation. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Dannah is alike in pronunciation to Daena, Dahna, Dahnya, Danae, Danay, Danea, Danee, Daney, Danie, Dawna, Dayana▲, Dena▼, Denni, Diahna, Diana▼, Digna, Dinay, Donna▼, Donnie▼, Donny, Duana, Duayna, Duna, Dwana and Dyna. Other recommended names are Annah, Canna, Channah, Dafna, Daijah, Dalyah, Dama, Damia, Damya, Dane, Danne, Darnae, Datiah (see Datya), Datyah (see Datya), Dawne, Dayah, Dayne, Diann▼, Dianne▼, Dyanne, Eanna, Hanah, Haniah, Haninah, Hanna▼, Hanniah, Hannyah, Hanyah, Janah, Janna▼, Jannae, Jannah, Jennah, Kennah, Lanah, Luannah, Nanna, Nonnah, Raenah, Rainah, Ranna, Reannah, Sanna, Sannah, Vanna, Wandah (see Wanda), Wanna, Yanna, Yoannah and Zanna. These names tend to be more frequently used than Dannah.See names in meaning and etymology.