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Ancia - anyone know where this name comes from and its meaning?

(24 Posts)
Flier Wed 06-Aug-08 08:56:42

Been googling it but no meanings anywhere. Seems to be swedish or german....

CoteDAzur Wed 06-Aug-08 09:01:51

Ancia is a place in Portugal.

Have you considered the possibility that it is not a name?

Flier Wed 06-Aug-08 09:03:10

well its a name of someone I used to know.
and i think its a lovely name,

cthea Wed 06-Aug-08 09:06:47

How do you pronounce it?

lulumama Wed 06-Aug-08 09:06:54

i read it as arnica....blush

belgo Wed 06-Aug-08 09:07:07

I've never heard of it as a German name. reminds me of Anthea.

CoteDAzur Wed 06-Aug-08 09:08:54

Curious that Google can't find "Ancia" in any names website. Maybe you are not writing it correctly?

Flier Wed 06-Aug-08 09:29:25

it is pronounced like anthea, but with the c replacing the th. c pronounced see

feedmenow Wed 06-Aug-08 09:31:15

I googled my daughters name yesterday (it is quite unusual) and discovered that she is a tribe of nomads who herd reindeer in Siberia!!!!!

feedmenow Wed 06-Aug-08 09:31:36

blush sorry for the hijack.....

belgo Wed 06-Aug-08 09:31:58

what's her name then Feedmenow?smile

CoteDAzur Wed 06-Aug-08 09:36:44

I'm really curious, too. What is her name?

CoteDAzur Wed 06-Aug-08 09:38:51

Dolgan?
Nenet?
Yakut?

Flier Wed 06-Aug-08 13:39:39

sami?

mrswoolf Wed 06-Aug-08 15:41:38

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CoteDAzur Wed 06-Aug-08 17:40:38

Aren't those surnames, though?

mrswoolf Wed 06-Aug-08 18:11:39

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butterflybessie Wed 06-Aug-08 18:14:34

Nenet or Turbet?

Fascinated by your daughter's name now FMN grin

CoteDAzur Wed 06-Aug-08 18:41:57

Me, too.

CuckooClockWorkOrange Wed 06-Aug-08 19:59:34

hmm, prefer Anthea.

butterflybessie Wed 06-Aug-08 22:06:15

Oh come on FMN, put us out of our miserygrin

CoteDAzur Fri 08-Aug-08 08:51:31

feedmenow - We're begging you grin

WarmFuzzy Fri 08-Aug-08 13:07:43

I'm betting it is Dolgan.

CoteDAzur Fri 08-Aug-08 14:07:02

It could be "Yakut". Unusual name, but not unheard of. It means "Emerald" in Turkish. And a lot of those tribes in Central Asia are Turkic, of course.

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