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See also: agne and agnè



Old Norse Agni, short form of compound names beginning with Agn-, from age (awe) or egg (point of a weapon). Cognate to German Egon.

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Agne c (genitive Agnes)

  1. A male given name, revived in the 19th century, borne by a mythical king of Sweden.

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