Top Definition
1. Grace. Favor.
2. Sweet-faced.
3. Source is Channah, a Hebrew name meaning "Favored grace."
4. God has shown favor. God was gracious.
The name is most often used by the Swedish and is derived from the Hebrew name Channah the mother of the prophet, Samuel. She was said to have been barren and asked God to grace her with the gift of a son. Literally, the name "Annica" means " The Lord has honoured me with a son".
by Lassie Girl February 01, 2010
Verb - to succeed in an attempt at a chance guess for an answer to an unknown question, usually accompanied by a gesture of throwing hands into the air.

Origin: Mod. English. Used by nerdy groups out of southern California.
Did you see the guy on Jeopardy last night? He totally Annica'd the final question and won $6000!
by NerdPhD October 16, 2010
to succeed in an attempt at a chance guess for an answer to , usually accompanied by a gesture of throwing hands into the air.
In a game of Jeopardy, a contestant would buzz in but not have any real idea as to what the answer may be; they would then proceed to "annica," (also raising their hands in a gesture of not knowing) and get the question right.
by WCLime October 17, 2010
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