Name Heni - Meaning and origin

Name Heni - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Short, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Original, Rare, Tahitian

Meaning of the name:

Heni is a name of Hebrew and Maori origin.
Regardless of the culture and region of the world in which that name is used, Heni means "God is merciful" or "Yaweh is benevolent". In Indian culture, this name can also mean "crown". Heni is a variant of the female given name "Jane".


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His character :

From an early age, Heni is someone creative and resourceful. Very quickly autonomous and independent, he attaches great importance to achieving his goals without the help of anyone. However, this does not mean that he does not like to feel surrounded. Although he prefers to keep his independence, he loves to meet friends and family.


Enes, Heny, Henny, Henni, Eno, Enna, Enna, Hena, Hend, Henna, Hena, Hend, Henda, Hendric, Hendrick, Hendricks, Hendrik, Hendrix, Hendryck and Hendryk.

His party :

The date of the feast of this first name is undefined.

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