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  1. Hannahnoun

    Mother of the prophet Samuel in the Old Testament.

    Etymology: From Hebrew חַנָּה‎ ( ḥannâ ) , meaning "favour", "grace", or "graced with child".

  2. Hannahnoun

    A female given name from Hebrew.

    "What about Hannah Schreiber?"

    Etymology: From Hebrew חַנָּה‎ ( ḥannâ ) , meaning "favour", "grace", or "graced with child".

  3. Hannahnoun

    A city in North Dakota, United States.

    Etymology: From Hebrew חַנָּה‎ ( ḥannâ ) , meaning "favour", "grace", or "graced with child".

  4. Hannahnoun

    An unincorporated community in South Carolina, United States.

    Etymology: From Hebrew חַנָּה‎ ( ḥannâ ) , meaning "favour", "grace", or "graced with child".

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  1. Hannah

    Hannah is the wife of Elkanah mentioned in the Books of Samuel. According to the Hebrew Bible she was the mother of Samuel. The Hebrew word "Hannah" has many meanings and interpretations, with the most common being the ancient Hebrew meaning of "grace" or "favour/He has favoured me", as well as more contemporary interpretations of "beauty" and "passion".

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Hannah in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Hannah in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of Hannah in a Sentence

  1. Andrew Evangelista:

    I felt it was a great opportunity for staff, counselors and parents to connect with their children by using it as a teachable moment, the girl Hannah, even though she is fictional, teens -- if vulnerable and at risk -- may identity with her.

  2. Andrew Evangelista:

    The girl Hannah, even though she is fictional, teens -- if vulnerable and at risk -- may identity with her.

  3. Nicky Spencer-Coker:

    This candlelight vigil and procession is to shed light on the issue of sexual violence in Sierra Leone, remember Hannah and all unnamed victims of sexual violence.

  4. Eric Beeson:

    I appreciated the depiction of suicide as a process. There is no singular cause for suicide, and the show depicted the cumulative effect of multiple life experiences leading up to Hannah's suicide. Even though I don't like that the show sometimes vilified the people in the tapes as the 'reasons' why Hannah killed herself, one narrative that has been lost in the controversy about this show is the belief by some of the characters that things had to get better, they had to care and treat one another better.

  5. Susan King:

    We'll be forever changed here, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and our faculty are supportive of you greatly.

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