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Sounds like Hannah with an Aussie or Kiwi accent.
Hushpuppy  9/28/2018
It's not pretty at all and it reminds me of Henna tattoos.
kayisforkeen  9/12/2018
I wonder if this could also be considered a Yiddish variant of Hannah (Hena is in the database as Yiddish).
erb816  2/21/2017
In India, this is a given name for girls, referring to the dye used to make elaborate patterns on the backs of hands.
― Anonymous User  8/14/2013
Unlike the previous posters, I find "Henna" rather comedic, juvenile, and unprofessional. Of course, it is moderately better than "Hannah"... but that is not difficult to do.

To my knowledge, the Henna-dye is commonly known in our English-speaking countries, to the point where an association and tagging would be initiated.

Regardless if you remove the beginning "H," a splendid name of "Enna" is born.
Francesca  1/25/2012
Henna can work in my places, comely and rare.
lucyskydiamonds  1/17/2010
Such a sweet and soft name. I have never met a Henna, but I had an imaginary friend called Henna when I was little!
Caprice  8/26/2009
This is a name I would seriously consider to use if I have a daughter some day, because it's both a beautiful, kinda unusual name, and it's a feminine form of Henry which is the name of my grandfather.
metope  11/11/2007
I like this. It makes me think of going to Lake George or Cape Cod and getting Henna tattoos in town.
Brianna Angela  6/20/2007
Henna is also a reddish pigment used to dye hair and in Indian and Arabic cultures, to create beautiful designs on the hands and feet.
Sarah Charlotte  2/3/2005

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