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Imre Kertész is a Jewish-Hungarian author, Holocaust concentration camp survivor, and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2002.
― Anonymous User  12/20/2005
I believe Imre is the Hungarian version of Henry. My grandfather's family were all born in Hungary and his brother was named Imre. He changed it to Henry after emmigrating to the USA.
marinajavor  8/13/2007
Maybe he only liked the name Henry, because Imre has no relation with it at all.
evine  5/11/2008
While the "proper" Croatian form of this name is Emerik, cognates IMBRA and IMBRO were usually much more common, popular before the 1950s.
goricar  12/28/2009
Imre Ámos was a Hungarian Jewish painter.
bathos  12/30/2010
Alanis Morissette's son's name is Ever Imre Morissette-Treadway.
Marilyn86  10/22/2012
"Imre" is the title of (and the name of the love interest in) a short novel by Edward Prime-Stevenson, which was the earliest English-language book about gay characters that had a happy ending.
― Anonymous User  2/3/2013
Archduke Imre Emanuel Simeon Jean Carl Marcus d'Aviano of Austria is the second child and first son of Archduke Carl Christian and Archduchess Marie-Astrid of Austria. Imre, born 8 December 1985, is a great-grandson of Emperor Charles I of Austria.
la-petite-rachel  1/24/2014
I've totally fallen in love with this name recently. It's so strong, sexy, masculine, and quintessentially Hungarian, and also calls to mind a sensitive artist or poet. I'm particularly fond of the diminutive Imcsi.
Anyechka  4/6/2016
With 87 506 bearers, Imre is the 16th most common masculine name in Hungary. (01/01/2016).
HerculePoirot  9/2/2016

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