Other Origin(s):Greek, Hebrew, Scandinavian
Meaning:Feather; Wing; God is gracious
If you love to wake up to the sound of chirping birds, consider Hane for your little dove. As a Japanese moniker, Hane is often given to girls and means "feather" and "wing" when we use the Kanji characters 羽. Hane is also used in Finland as a variant of the popular John. Linked to the Greek Iōánnēs and Hebrew Yôchânân, Hane translates to "God is gracious." This gender-neutral moniker will remind your little one that their faith can guide them to the stars and beyond.
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