|Subject:||Chanel VS Canela?|
|Author:||Sweetly Broken (Authenticated as emostars)|
|Date:||March 8, 2007 at 9:32:18 AM|
I just learned the word for "cinnamon" in Spanish class the other day--"canela." I thought it would be a cute name, and upon adding it to a growing list I have, I noticed how etymologically similar it looked to the name Chanel, which I also love. I researched the meaning of Chanel on BTN, and it says "pipe." But I'm wondering, are Chanel and Canela at all related? Could Chanel also possibly mean "cinnamon?" Sorry I'm good with Spanish but not with French and although they're quite similar I might just be barking up the wrong tree LOL. Any info is much appreciated.
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