Pronounced Pron. her-MAWᶰS (French)
Other Forms FormsErmance (Acadian and Creole variant), Armance, Harmance
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Contributor Contrib.Hillja on 9/20/2014
French feminine form of Herman, which was influenced or inspired by Latin, in that French names ending in -ce usually come from Latin names ending in -tius (for males) and -tia (for females). For example: Maxentius became Maxence in French and Constantia became Constance.Lastly, you might also want to take a look at the names Armance and Hermande, which are quite similar in appearance and have the exact same etymology at the root.