The origin of my name comes from the name Channah, which is used in the Greek and Latin testament. Many years later, the Old Testament started to replace the name with Hannah. The name also appears in the New testaments, when Jesus is recognized as the Messiah by a prophet. It is also associated with Saint Anna. Since then, it has remained a popular name. It comes from the latin and greek name Anna and Hebrew name Hannah. It means grace or graciousness. Some related names to Anna are Anais, Anita and Aneta. The most common nickname for my name that is often used is Anna Banana, which is used as a tease. What I found interesting is that it is ranked 14 in the country that I'm from, which is Poland. In the United States, it is ranked #34. One other interesting fact is that it is also the name of a currency. It is the former currency of Burma, India and Pakistan.