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    Hello Jenny(s),

    If and when you have been abroad in Europe, has your name been pronounced 'Yenny'?

    If so, does this tend to be in Scandinavia, Central & Eastern European countries?

    Did you know that your name derives from 'Gwenayfer' which is Celtic. I actually thought that 'Jennifer' was Germanic!

    Just to make sure, I don't think there's a 'Jenny' in the Bible/Qu'ran. Is this right?

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    no Jenny(s) here?

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    still no JennyJen's about?

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    I knew a german girl called Jenny (her dad was english) and she pronounced it Jenny but all her german friends said Yenny/Yen/Yennifer.
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    JENNY is pronounced as JANNY in holland have a dutch aunty
 
 
 
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