In parts of France, for example, families light a double-decker 16-candle menorah, while in Morocco fried treats are made with fruit juice and orange zest.
Like the Chaf, though, the Chet has a throat-clearing sound that is commonly read as C-H in English , so if you weren't concerned with differentiating the Chet from the Chaf in transliteration, it makes sense you'd want to start the English-letter version of the word with a guttural C-H.
Various spellings of the word Hanukkah have been used in English since at least the 1600s.
These notes offer a stronger connection between the meaning of Hanukkah and your relationship with the recipient.
Be warned, though: The catchy tune and repetitive lyrics increase the possibility it will be stuck in guests' heads for the rest of the night.
In New York City, two menorahs rival each other for height.