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I've used this name a few times in stories, after having gone to school with a girl named Chanté. This was in Illinois during the mid 1990s. She was born here in IL but her parents were from Vietnam (mom) and England (dad). I'm unsure where they heard the name initially though, as I was never close to the girl.
― Anonymous User  4/24/2014
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Feminine? This screams masculine to me. "Chantée" is still a terrible name, but is at least offensive on one less level because it agrees with the girl's gender.
― Anonymous User  1/19/2009
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There's the singer Chante Moore.
disgurlcrazy  8/31/2008
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My name is Chante' and it's very hard finding someone who got the same exact name as me. I live in America too.
Lilkittysaidhello  9/19/2006
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Chanté means "sung", not "sing". It is never used in France. [noted -ed]
Miss Claire  1/29/2005
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I can agree with Miss Claire. This name is probably rarely, if not ever, used.
echo_of_the_past  9/24/2005

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