Hermine Meaning - Origin and Names

Hermine Meaning - Origin and Names

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Origin of first name:

French, Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Hermine comes from the germain irmin translating as "very big", "huge", or "majestic". This name was originally a diminutive of several Germanic names like Irminsind, Herminlind or Irminrada. Hermine did not begin to spread in Germany and then in Europe until the beginning of the 18th century. In Vienna in 1918, Hermine was very widespread. In France, this name evokes a small animal very appreciated for its fur.


No Hermine known to this day, your little princess will perhaps be?

Hermine's patron saint is Irma. Originally from Beaune, Burgundy, born in 1866, Irma Grivot, sister religion Hermine, is sent to China as a fransciscan nun. She is massacred by the "Boxers", member of a fanatical sect, July 9, 1900, with Sisters Amandine and Adolphine.

His character :

A wise and disciplined little princess, Hermine remains rather reserved. Autonomous and responsible from an early age, Hermine embodies the ideal big sister. Larger, she will perform brilliantly tasks usually incumbent on parents. Under this solid facet, Hermine's personality is actually rather sweet. She even broods a great sensitivity. At the same time, she is a strong and proud princess with a great sense of justice.


Herminia, Erminia, Herman, Herminie, Hermiene are among the derivatives of Hermine.

His party :

The women named Hermine are honored on July 9th.

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