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  • proper noun A female given name, a rare spelling variant of Irma.

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Examples

  • Consider This: Both Irma and root name Erma have been unpopular for some time.

    5-Star Baby Name Advisor

  • Consider This: Both Irma and root name Erma have been unpopular for some time.

    5-Star Baby Name Advisor

  • "Erma" Jewelry Line Launch | SugarHabit Warehouse Sale: Winter Edition

    The Clog

  • "Erma" Jewelry Line Launch | SugarHabit Warehouse Sale: Winter Edition

    The Clog

  • In fact, the only thing in the description of this room that I do not remember is the beautiful _Madonna and Child_ upon the frame of which was written 'Chiaro dell' Erma '(readers of

    Aylwin

  • I nodded as I thought about my loving grandparents, Orville and Erma Gray, yet I found it hard to see my dad as the small boy born into the impoverished, undisciplined lifestyle.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • I met Erma Lee, a chestnut two-year-old filly, by Stormy Atlantic, that had yet to run.

    Liz O'Connell: Proviso: Always on Track

  • It reminds me of that great Erma Bombeck quote: "If a man watches three football games in a row, he should be declared legally dead."

    My Husband Is Watching Other Women!

  • It may have had a bit of Erma Bombeck-esque "fighting in the trenches with you" humor about it back in the day when it originally ran, but now it just reads like the self-inflicted suffering of a doormat and martyr stuck in a past that the rest of us have moved on from.

    Doonesbury disappointment

  • American humorist Erma Bombeck wrote "The grass is always greener over the septic tank."

    Perfect plants to place over septic systems

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