See also: annas, ännäs, Annàs, and Annáš

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Annas

  1. plural of Anna

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin Annas (used in the Vulgate), from Ancient Greek Ἅννας (Hánnas), from Hebrew / Aramaic חנן‬(khanan) as a shortened form of חֲנַנְיָה(khananya).

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Annas

  1. (biblical) A Jewish high priest known for having four sons and a son-in-law (Caiaphas) succeed him in his lifetime; and for cooperating with Caiaphas to have Jesus Christ crucified.
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