|Subject:||Re: Constructing a Polish/Slavic "Channah"|
|Author:||AnneBeeche (Authenticated as AnneBeeche)|
|Date:||February 14, 2011 at 7:32:04 AM|
|Reply to:||Re: Constructing a Polish/Slavic "Channah" by Orsino|
It is, but as a borrowed word--the language is still Hebrew. What I'm looking for is a constructed name with the same relationship to Channah as Macbeatha (Gaelic Son of Life) has to Zhivojinovich (Serbian Son of Life) and Lifeson (English Son of Life).
It's also rendered as Ania, that's what my Polish family calls me.
After more research on Channah: I've discovered that in addition to "favored by god", it can just mean "favor" or "favored", so I could just use "lub" or "mil/" alone.
This message was edited by the author on February 14, 2011 at 7:32:57 AM
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