Comments for the name Almira


Comments for ALMIRA:

Could also be from the ancient Greek word "almyra", meaning salty, from the word "almy", meaning salted water.
-- Damis  3/3/2005
Almira was the name of General Winfield Scott Hancock's wife. Hancock was a famous Union general in the civil war.
-- Athena91  9/1/2008
This name is almost certainly most famous for being the first name of the character Ms. Gulch in The Wizard of Oz.
-- meg23  10/28/2009
Pronounced ahl-MEER-uh.
-- erb816  7/7/2010
I think Almira is quite beautiful, and definitely a name you don't see everyday. However, I could've sworn that Almira had Arabic roots as well. Then again, "baby names" sites aren't well known for accuracy--which is why we have Behind the Name! :-)
-- erb816  7/7/2010
Also used in Brazil, where I was born. But there it's regarded as an elderly, country name, pretty much like Mary Lou or Jerry Lee :P.
-- Philidel  6/3/2014

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