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Immacolata was a character in Clive Barker's novel Weaveworld. She was a cold, ruthless sorceress, who was exiled by her own race, the Seerkind, for practising evil magic and longing for too much power. A woman of tremendous power, she seeks the rug with the purpose of destroying it and ultimately unmaking her kind.

There's a whole page on Wikipedia about her. But read Weaveworld first.
http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/Immacolata.
― Anonymous User  5/2/2007
Immacolata sounds more like the name of an old woman than a young girl, but I still find it pretty. I don't think it would have any good nicknames in English, though.
bananarama  2/8/2010
Old Italian lady name. I had an ancestor with this name too.
Aureliano  2/26/2010

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