Longform name for nn "Annie"?

I love the nn [name]Annie[/name], but want to put a longerform on the birth certificate. I would be grateful for any full name options that are off the beaten path (i.e. not [name]Anne[/name], [name]Anna[/name]).

So far I’ve thought of:


I have thought it could be a nn for [name]Susannah[/name] :slight_smile: Also, [name]Anna[/name]

Maybe [name]Rhiannon[/name]?

Just made me realize Welsh names can be good for this category. I am currently in love with Tanwen. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea though :slight_smile:

I love Anneleise:)

[name]Annabel[/name], [name]Anneliese[/name], and [name]Annika[/name] are my favorite ways to get there. Also:


Or you could do a pretty double-name like:


Good luck!

[name]Annabella[/name] / [name]Annabelle[/name]


I once asked here if people thought names that end in an “-an” would work for the nickname [name]Annie[/name] ([name]Jillian[/name], [name]Lillian[/name], [name]Vivian[/name], [name]Marian[/name]), and people seemed to think it was fine and doable.

I know a [name]Leeann[/name] that goes solely by [name]Annie[/name] :slight_smile:

I 2nd (3rd, 4th??) [name]Anneliese[/name]. It is such a beautiful classic sounding name. [name]Annabelle[/name] is cute too, bit for me the -bell, -bella, -belle thing is getting too popular.

[name]Susannah[/name] is another nice choice, and less expected to go with [name]Annie[/name] than an “A” name.

[name]Annabel[/name] is my fav. [name]Anneliese[/name] is very pretty too - [name]Susannah[/name] and [name]Hannah[/name] would both work well, I think, for non-[name]Ann[/name] names.


Would [name]Amelie[/name] be too much of a stretch?!



My grandmother went exclusively by [name]Annie[/name]. I was surprised that her full name was [name]Annette[/name].