Popularity:1612
Origin:Hebrew
Meaning:Sweet-faced; Gracious; Unique; Fearless
If baby has the cutest face you’ve ever seen, you may have just found the perfect name. A feminine title drenched in history, Annika has roots in Hebrew, Sanskrit, Arabic, German, and Māori, to name a few. Annika holds many meanings, including “gracious, unique, sweet-faced,” as well as “merciful, brilliant, and elegant.” Annika is a descendant of Ann or Anna in many languages, offering a spirited take on an old classic ideal for today’s bold and brave society. A worldly name of many affinities, Annika lets parents choose which meaning and origin they prefer most. Regardless of its lineage, Annika is a chic title perfect for a gracefully unique baby.

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