what does nee Chan mean?

I head this phrase on a japanamation cartoon

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  • oneechan, (oneesan), (oneesama), (neechan)

    When used as a title, oneechan can be used to address one’s own older sister or it can be used to address a young female (older than or ᴘᴇᴇr to yourself) whom you don’t know.

    I’m pretty sure neechan literally means "big sister" though. For example, Naruto addresses Shizune as Shizune-neechan even after he gets to know her.

    The source listed has information on a lot of common Japanese name endings.

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  • Onii-chan or nii-chan means:older brother onee-chan (not sure for nee-chan) means:older sister onee-sama means older sister too but with more politness onii-san means older brother too onee-san means older sister too imooto-san=younger sister otooto-san=younger brother san is the most commonly used japanese honorific and it is a title of respect, it’s a courtesy title like ”Mr.” or ”Mrs.”

  • née Chan means literally ‘born’ Chan, and introduces her maiden name. Nowadays you might say formerly Chan.

    It is the female form of the past participle of the French word naître (to be born) – so "elle est née", means she was born.

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  • I don’t know if this answers your question, but "nee" beans "born."

    For example if you look at a newspaper with people’s names on it and find, say, “Mrs. Alice Brown. (nee jones)” which means that before she was married, her maiden name was Jones.

  • A married woman whose lastname as single is Chan.

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  • 90Lebasi, “née Chan”? Maybe the asker means, like, “ni chan” or something.

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