Origin of first name:
Anglo-Saxons, Germanic, Hebrew, Originals, Rare
Meaning of the name:
Referring to his Hebrew ancestry, Jenyfer is a female variant of Johanan, translating as "God has given grace".
Anglo-Saxon form of Genevière, Jenyfer is made up of the terms geno and WEFA, resulting respectively in "race" and "woman".
Considering its Welsh root gwenhwyfar, Jenyfer means "white silhouette".
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Amongst other celebrities named Jennifer, derived from Jenyfer, are American actress and singer Jennifer Lopez, British actress Jennifer Saunders, American actress Jennifer Connelly, French actress Jennifer Lauret, actress-writer and American singer Jennifer Love Hewitt, American actress Jennifer Garner, American actress-director and producer Jennifer Aniston ...
Born in 422 in Nanterre, Sainte-Geneviève was very early conscious of her religious vocation. At the age of 16, she decided to lead a monastic life in order to devote herself to prayer. She participated actively in the French political life by advising the kings Childeric and Clovis. She was at the origin of the construction of the basilica Saint-Denis. Patron saint of the city of Paris, Sainte-Geneviève died on January 3, 502.
His character :
Jenyfer has a strong personality. Sensitivity on the skin, it is somewhat altruistic and protective. Nice and friendly, she likes to help. Jenyfer is full of imagination. Partisan of change, she does not hesitate to propose her ideas and knows how to exploit critics.
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His party :
People named Jenyfer are honored on January 3rd.
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