Other Origin(s):Gaelic
Meaning:Graciousness; He was gracious
By its very definitions, “graciousness” and “He was gracious,” Annick is a feminine name that expertly cuts through the noise. Possibly a take on Ann, Anna, and Hannah, there is reason to believe it comes from Hebrew. However, the Celts contest this, for Annick means “overflowing” in Gaelic. This is why the largest tributary of the River Irvine in Scotland is called Annick Water. But at the end of the day, whichever etymology you’re drawn to, perhaps Annick Petrus, the first woman to represent Saint Martin’s lone seat in the French Senate, can inspire baby not to be defined by mere expectations but by their character and their actions.
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