Meaning : A Blessing, In Arabic the name means 'a blessing'.,
Origin : Arabic,
Pronunciation : (AH nam), AH nam,
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Numerology information Anam:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Additional information Anam:
Anam is a feminine name of Arabic origin and it is said to mean ‘A Blessing’. It is found used mainly by Muslim parents who feel their child is a blessing from Allah. The name is not common in Britain but is more popular in India.
Definition funny of Anam:
Something is so awesome you can't describe it with any other word.
- Look at that girl. - Anam!
Songs about Anam:
Bass Folk Song No. 6 (Mo Anam Cara) by The Stanley Clarke Band from the Album The Stanley Clarke Band
Anam Cara by Mike Golay from the Album Across the Bridge
Anam Cara by Aeone from the Album The Woman's Touch
Anam Cara by Christina Tourin from the Album Illuminations
Anam Cara by Medwyn Goodall from the Album Anam Cara
Anam (Part 2 - Gat) by Stevin McNamara from the Album Shanti Guitar
Ara Anam by Manuel Tur from the Album Es Cub
Books about Anam:
Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom by John O'Donohue (Oct 21, 1998)
Anam Cara: Spiritual Wisdom from the Celtic World by John O'Donohue (Sep 4, 1997)
Anam Cara. El libro de la sabiduria celta (Spanish Edition) by John O'Donohue (Aug 15, 2010)
Mi alma gemela (Mo anam cara) - Ganadora II Premio Digital (HQÑ) (Spanish Edition) by Caroline March (Apr 10, 2014)
Anam (Marysvale Trilogy Book 3) by Jared Southwick (Apr 7, 2013)
Anam Cara (Seasons of the Soul) (Volume 1) by Kelli McDonald-Young (Jun 20, 2014)
Anam Cara by Keena Kincaid (Oct 18, 2010)
Movies about Anam:
U 571 COLLECTORS EDITION ANAM WS 2.35/DOL 5.1 & DTS U 571 COLLECTORS EDITION ANAM WS 2. -
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Wiki information Anam:
Anam Station is a subway station on the Seoul Subway Line 6. This station is located between the Korea University Anam Campus and the Korea University Anam Hospital.
Anam was a band from the British Isles playing modern folk in Celtic musical traditions from Ireland, England, Cornwall, Scotland and Nova Scotia. Formed by Brian Ó hEadhra in Dublin in 1992 they made their concert debut at the Festival Interceltique...