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Ima means "now" in Japanese.
-- Anonymous User  5/30/2006
A famous bearer of this name is Ima Hogg.
-- LibbyBeth  4/10/2007
I hate this name because your last name could be something weird so your name could be Ima Pig or Ima Worm. Im sorry, but ICK!
-- Anonymous User  7/7/2008
Ima, in Spanish speaking countries is short for Imaculada Concepcion (the Immaculate Conception) which is a venerated feast day of the Virgin Mary. This feast celebrates "her" conception without sin, as the perfect vessel which would nurture and protect the infant Jesus in her "unstained" by original sin, womb. Other variants of the name are: Macu, Divina, Divi, Conchine, Concha, Concepcion.
-- mrvalls  3/15/2009
It sounds very hideous, and will lead to a lot of teasing and bad puns.
-- bananarama  8/18/2009
Ima (meaning now; the present) is pronounced 'ee-mah' in Japanese.
-- fluffy_iam  8/31/2009
Ima Sumaq is the name of an princess in the Inca theatre drama Ollantay. Her name means "How Beautiful!" in Quechua. (Ima means "how" and sumaq means "beautiful, excellent".)
-- Anonymous User  12/31/2009
I always thought Ema was a beautiful name when I thought it was pronounced "EE-muh." But now that I know Ema is simply pronounced "Emma," I now love Ima.
To the person who commented about being named "Ima Pig" or "Ima Worm," I don't think there would be teasing, as I do believe the name is "ee-muh" rather than "eye-muh."
This is a simple, beautiful name that I LOVE.
-- DaphneSusan  9/25/2010
Ima means mother in Hebrew, pronounced "ee-ma". Imagine naming your daughter "mother"!
-- Tiger Lilly  11/9/2013
Ima Goodlady is the name of a character from the Powerpuff Girls. She is the Professor's date in the episode "Mommy Fearest" and turns out to be the evil Sedusa in disguise.
-- Buneary  5/30/2016

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