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Origin of first name:

Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

"Chani" literally means "red" in Hebrew. This term can also be translated as "scarlet" or by the various poetic ways to designate this color.
Associated with the term "Chana", this name also means "God favored me".

Celebrities:

Chani Altein, Jewish author for children at Hachai Publishing.
The concubine of Paul "Muad'Dib" Atreides in "Dune" (and its sequels) of Frank Herbert is called "Chani". The character played by Kristen Wiig in "Anchorman" is also called "Chani".

His character :

Very discreet, even secretive, Chani presents herself as an unsure woman, afraid of the judgment of others. She tends to want to hide this lack of trust at all costs. Nevertheless, this emotional woman has unsuspected resources in her heart, hidden under a mountain of anxieties and doubts. She manages to show a strength of character out of the ordinary.
At heart, Chani is ambitious, passionate and full of life. However, this reserved woman is only rarely carried away by passion. She manages to overcome everything and achieve great things by listening to her heart. For the relatives of Chani, the hardest thing will be to encourage him to express his thoughts and feelings. Indeed, it can only deploy its full potential by being in harmony with itself. By combining her intellect and her passion, she will be able to find happiness.

Derivatives:

Chany, Chana, Shochana, Shoshana, Shani and Shaani.

His party :

No date is planned to celebrate the Chani.

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