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Anka is a variation of Anna in Bulgarian, Czech, German, Croatian, Polish, Russian, Serbian.
Anka may also refer to:


1 People
2 Fictional characters
3 Other uses
4 See also


Anka Lambreva (born 1895), Bulgarian nurse, teacher and adventurer
Paul Anka (born 1941), musician popular mainly in the 1950s and ’60s in the United States
Yushau Anka (born 1950), Nigerian politician
Princess Anka Obrenović (1821-1868), Serbian princess
Anka Bakova (born 1957), Bulgarian former rower
Anka Georgieva (born 1959), Bulgarian former rower
Anka Grupińska (born 1956), Polish dissident, journalist and writer
Anka Khristolova (born 1955), Bulgarian former volleyball player
Anka Muhlstein (born 1935), French historian and biographer
Anka Wolbert (born 1963), Dutch musician, singer and songwriter

Fictional characters[edit]

Arne Anka, a poet/party duck by the cartoonist Charlie Christensen
Anka The Machine-Gunner, a female movie character popular in Russian humor

Other uses[edit]

Anka, Nigeria, a Local Government Area of Zamfara State
Angströmquelle Karlsruhe (ANKA), a synchrotron facility at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany
ANKA news agency, based in Ankara, Turkey
Anka Air or AnkAir, a Turkish charter airline from 2005 to 2008
Anka SK, an Ankara-based Turkish ice hockey club
TAI Anka, a UAV developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries

See also[edit]

El Hadj M’Hamed El Anka (1907-1978), Algerian musician
Angha, a legendary bird
ANCA (disambiguation)

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