What does Nannie mean?
Nannie /nan-nie/ [2 sylls.] as a name for girls. Nannie's root is Hebrew, and the name Nannie means "He (God) has favored me". Nannie is a variant transcription of Anne (Hebrew): the English transcription of Hannah. Nannie is also a variation of Nan (Hebrew): transcription and nickname of Ann. Nannie is also used as a variation of Nancy (Hebrew).
Nannie▼ has 33 more alternative forms via Anne, Hannah, Nan, Nancy: Anni, Annice, Annie▼, Annis▼, Annise, Hanna▼, Hanne, Hannele, Hannie, Hanny, Nainsey, Nainsi, Nance, Nancee, Nancey, Nanci▼, Nancie, Nancsi, Nanelle, Nanete, Nanette▼, Nanice, Nanine, Nann, Nanncey, Nanncy, Nannette▼, Nanon, Nanor, Nansee, Nansey, Nettie▼ and Onie▼.Kreatif forms: Nanie, Nanne, Nenie. [more]
How popular is Nannie?
Nannie is a very prominent first name for females (#768 out of 4276, Top 18%) and also a very prominent surname for all people (#69854 out of 150436, Top 46%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Nannie for girls. Nannie reached its top rank of #98 in the U.S. then, but is not listed currently. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Prominent alternative forms of Nannie are Hannah (#28 in 2014), Nina (#295), Annie (#311), Hanna (#483), Anne (#553), Nancy (#752), Nettie, Nonie, Onie, Nona, Nancie, Nan, Annis, Nana, Nanci, Nanette and Nannette. These girl names reached the height of their popularity during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.5231%) and have become significantly less popular since (usage 0.1988%, down 62%), with versions like Nancy, Hanna, Anne, Nanci and Annis becoming somewhat dated. Hannah (#28) is the most contemporarily stylish girl name among these, and there is also a rebound in birth name usage for this name. Displayed below is a comparison of the usage of the girl name Nannie and related names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Nannie▼ is pronounced similarly to Nani and Nonnie. Other suggested similar baby names are Fannie▼, Jannie▼, Lannie, Naomie, Sannie, Vannie and Zannie. These names tend to be less frequently used than Nannie.