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Somehow I don't see this name catching on any time soon.
-- Anonymous User  5/8/2007
Created from 2 elements:
"Keren" meaning "horn" and "happuch" meaning "eye-shadow" or "face paint".
-- Reina Vered  5/29/2008
Horn of eyeshadow? Well, I guess I can see just Keren, or just Happuch, as pretty suitable modern names. :]
-- not_another_Jessica  10/26/2008
For some, very odd reason. I like this name!
-- Anonymous User  3/30/2009
Um... What in the world does the meaning mean? "Horn of eyeshadow?"
-- silly_rabbit  8/14/2009
I wouldn't be sure, but perhaps hollowed-out animal horns were used as containers to store things like eyeshadow and cosmetics. It seems the most likely explanation to me.
-- Ailis  12/20/2009
I generally try to have a very open mind regarding names (especially foreign ones), but I'm sorry, this one is just plain - well, I might almost say weird. I have no particular fondness for the way it sounds, and I'm afraid that even I don't understand what "horn of eyeshadow" is supposed to signify.
-- Pippin  8/30/2009
I'm sorry, but this name is just an oddity to me. Anyone who seriously uses this as a first name, is off their perch on something, in my opinion, to name a poor child this abomination. I apologise in advance if anyone is called this and is offended. :)
-- walesgal92  3/27/2010
It's fun to say.
-- LullabyMoon11  10/14/2010
"Early Puritan families often had daughters named Jemima, Keziah, and Karen-happuch, after Job's three daughters mentioned in Job 42:14. Jemima and Keziah remained popular, although Karen-happuch never really caught on."
-- babycrookston  4/3/2011
KeReN kuf-resh-nun is a homonym with a lot of meaning: foundation, corner, horn, ray / beam of light
https://translate.google.co.il/?hl=en#iw/en/%D7%94%D7%A4%D7%95%D7%9A

HaFuKH heh-peh-vav(oo)-khaf also has many meanings, but all related to reverse, turn over / turn back
https://translate.google.co.il/?hl=en#iw/en/%D7%94%D6%B4%D7%A4%D6%BC%D7%95%D6%BC%D7%9A

The meanings that make sense in combination are: ray of light + solstice (the shortest day when days begin to get longer, or the longest day when they begin to get shorter). Keren-happuch was probably born on the day of a solstice. Keren-happuch may be a cool name, but its definitely not kohl.
-- IzzyCohen  11/4/2014

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