Singer Shania Twain, born Eileen Regina Edwards, changed her name in the early stages of her career to Ojibwa, or Chippewa words created by her adopted father. The name landed on the popularity chart in 1995 the same year she released her second album that topped country charts and crossed over to mainstream charts peaking at No. 5. Also considered a variation of Shayna or an elaborate form of Shan.

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