Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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From German Irma in the nineteenth century. Short form of Germanic names beginning with irm(en)-, erm(en) "whole, entire". Cognate with English Emma.

Examples

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

  • I'll take the risk if I can wear bright green tights like Shirley MacLaine's in Irma La Douce.

    On Passing

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