What does the name Amann mean? Find out below.
From amanenn, derived from Proto-Celtic *emban- (compare Cornish aman, Welsh ymenyn, Old Irish imb), from Proto-Indo-European *h₃éngʷn̥ (compare Latin unguen (“grease”), German (Swiss) Anke).
Joaquín Almunia is a Minister of Public Administrations, Minister of Employment, European Commissioner for Competition, European Commissioner for Economic, Financial Affairs, Leader of the Opposition, Monetary Affairs, the Euro, and Leader of the Opposition (Spain). Joaquín was given the name Joaquín Almunia Amann on June 17th, 1948 in Bilbao.
Betty Amann was an actress. Her career lasted from 1926 to 1926. Betty was given the name Philippine Amann on March 10th, 1905 in Pirmasens. Betty is also known as Bee Amann, Bee Andrews, Amann, Philippine; Andrews, Bee; Amann, and Bee. She passed away on August 3rd, 1990.
Anton Amann was a chemist. He holds the title Professor. Anton was born on June 20th, 1956 in Bregenz. He left this life on January 6th, 2015.
Diane Marie Amann is a in the fields of international law, constitutional law, comparative law, and criminal law.
Urs was born in 1951.
James A. Amann is a Speaker of the and Connecticut House of Representatives. James was born in 1956 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
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People with the last name Amann are most frequently White