Urban Dictionary Definitions - What Does Chantelle Mean?
What Does Chantelle Mean?
Well according to the urban dictionary -
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The perfect girlfriend. Flawless, amazing, beautiful and kind in any way. Any guy wants her, and the guy that gets her never wants to let her go. She is a family girl, always there for her friends, and always there to give her love to her boy. Any body in the world would be lucky to have such an angel.
When you find a Chantelle, never let her go.
If I thought for just one moment that this would be my last breath,
I'd tell you I'll love you forever, even beyond death.
If I thought for just one moment that your face would be the last I'd see,
I'd take a million pictures and save them just for me.
If I thought for just one moment that your voice would be the last I'd hear,
I'd listen attentively and promise not to shed a tear.
If I thought for just one moment that your touch would be the last I'd feel,
I'd embrace you and know that this has all been real.
If I thought for just one moment that my heart would beat its last beat,
I'd thank the Lord for allowing us to meet
Beauty is empathy,
Its a heart that cares,
Its the eyes that see beyond the appearance,
Its the lips that speak peace and laughter and love,
Its the body that feels the beat of good music,
Its simply beauty.
More on the meaning and origins of the name Chantelle
Who are they?
A mixture of contrasting vibrations could mean that Chantelle is herself rather contradictory and can be known to change her mood as often as her mind, which she can do suddenly and without warning. This phenomena can also be observed in the company of Patsy and Paola . All three have something aloof and resolute about them, due to the combination of the numbers 1 and 8, and the letter A. Very active, extremely independent and determined, they are bold, forthright and also rather bossy, in an attempt to conceal and protect the highly sensitive and vulnerable souls that they really are... With such fragility, they can be known to disappear inside their shells for a time when life becomes too difficult or painful, having quite a low tolerance. They can be self-conscious, narcissistic and even a little selfish, as well as proud and arrogant at times. However, if you ever need them, you can be sure that you can count on them to be there. This dichotomy of altruism and egoism, strength and fragility, team spirit and individuality is reflected in their personalities and can be absolutely baffling at first. On the same note, they are capable of taking part in voluntary, humanitarian work whilst also appearing preoccupied with material wealth. They can be generous, intuitive, receptive and genuinely concerned by others, then all of a sudden they become distant, irritable and blunt, angry and possibly aggressive. This is why as children it is so good for them to take part in group activities because this will enable them to develop a sense of solidarity and allow them to experience autonomy and responsibility all at the same time. They probably prefer playing with their brothers´ toys than their own, and aren´t afraid of physical exercise or adventure, far from it in fact...
What do they like?
Personal, professional and above all material success is very important to them, sensitive as they are to all that is representative of quality, beauty and wealth. In matters of the heart, they are frank, honest and to the point - even domineering; hpwever they are also loving, loyal and affectionate at the same time. Their partner should be vigilant all the same, because it could only take one false move for the gloves to come off, and with trust gone out the window, love and admiration will quickly follow.
What do they do?
Individualistic enough, they might be tempted by one of the liberal professions or a management position working for the government of all institutions, because the lucrative side of this profession can be very appealing. Other possible career choices include: careers in connection with authority, (law enforcement, military, justice...), in relation to finance, management, mathematics, physics or industry..., occupations connected to overseas travel, teaching, the media or medicine.