Meaning: Anoint From the Henna tree Fertile Origin: English
The name Henna a multiple meanings, it is used to describe both the tree, which is the Lawsonia Inermis plant, and the dye and fruit procured from it.
The Henna dye markings applied to brides before their wedding is an ancient symbol of fertility.
Henna derives from the Arabic word Hinna, its etymology shows that its root meaning may be ‘to anoint’.
Henna makes a modern alternative to lovers of the name Hannah, it also fits well with names such as Denara, Kenna, Eithne and Winnow.