Meaning The meaning of the name Chaniya is Wealthy,
Origin Hebrew, The origin of the name Chaniya is Swahili,
Numerology information CHANI:
Extroverted, energetic, resourceful and adventurous, you are impatient and hungry for the taste of life! You'll approach many forks along your path, and you'll welcome each change as a new opportunity. Change is the name of the game for you, as is championing freedom. You are a born progressive, forward-thinking, liberal and super resourceful. You are also active, daring, non-conventional, unpredictable, and attracted by physical senses and indulgences. Pragmatic and opportunistic, you can be very persuasive. You will succeed in any career that calls for energizing power rather than routine.
Additional information CHANI
Chani as a girl's name is of Hebrew origin meaning "He (God) has favored me"..
The name Chaniel is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Chaniel is: God's grace..
This is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word, the language.
Definition funny of CHANI
The most beautiful girl you know with the prettiest green eyes
Wow I'm in awe that I'm sitting next to that beautiful chani
An amazing chick who dances to her own beat and doesn't worry about what others think.
Wow Chani is such an inspiration! I wish I had the guts to be like chani!
A girl who likes to be different than every one else.
Wow, that girl over there has to be Chani. She doesn't fit in at all!
The cutest girl you will ever see in your life. Hands down. With a smile that can make your day. Doesn't care what people think of her either. With the cutest brown eyes, a chani will make the best girl for anyone.
Daaamn!!! That girl has to be a chani she is the cutest girl I have ever seen in my life!!
Chani is a fictional character featured in Frank Herbert's novels Dune (1965) and Dune Messiah (1969). Known mainly as the Fremen wife and legal concubine of protagonist Paul Atreides (Muad'Dib), Chani is the daughter of Imperial Planetologist Liet-Kynes and his Fremen wife Faroula, and later the mother of the twins Ghanima and Leto Atreides II. The character is resurrected as a ghola and appears in Hunters of Dune (2006) and Sandworms of Dune (2007), Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's novels which complete the original series. Chani is portrayed by actress Sean Young in David Lynch's Dune (1984), and by Barbora Kodetová in the 2000 miniseries Frank Herbert's Dune and its 2003 sequel, Frank Herbert's Children of Dune. Paul often calls her "Sihaya," which means "desert's spring" in Fremen.
Overview and Quotes from Dune To cement his control of the Empire after deposing Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV, Paul takes Shaddam's daughter, the Princess Irulan as his wife. Chani understands the political reasons, but Paul reassures her: "I swear to you now ... that you'll need no title. That woman over there will be my wife and you but a concubine because this is a political thing and we must weld peace out of this moment, enlist the Great Houses of the Landsraad. We must obey the forms. Yet that princess shall have no more of me than my name. No child of mine nor touch nor softness of glance, nor instant of desire." 2 Jessica adds: "Think on it, Chani: that princess will have the name, yet she'll live as less than a concubine — never to know a moment of tenderness from the man to whom she's bound. While we, Chani, we who carry the name of concubine — history will call us wives."
Portuguese word meaning penis.
Had a sexy Spanish girl working my chanis.
Expression information CHANI
People with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated.
Soul information CHANI
People with this name are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning. They tend to be mystics, philosophers, scholars, and teachers. Because they live so much in the mind, they tend to be quiet and introspective, and are usually introverts. When presented with issues, they will see the larger picture. Their solitary thoughtfulness and analysis of people and world events may make them seem aloof, and sometimes even melancholy.
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