I like this name pretty much, wonder why it's so underused. I've never actually met anyone called Hermina. When I was a child, though, I named one of my Barbie princess dolls Hermina... She mostly went by Hermi lol. I still think it's such an elegant sounding and sweet name.
Hana05  10/12/2020
Usages: Croatian (Rare), Danish (Rare), Dutch, English (American, Archaic), Flemish (Rare), Hungarian, Norwegian (Rare), Polish, Slovene, Swedish (Rare), Sorbian

Pronunciation: her-MEE-nah (Croatian, Dutch)

Meaning: Feminine form of Herman. Also compare Armina, Arminia, Hermana, Hermine and Herminia. Known bearers of this name include the Croatian retired actress Hermina Pipinić (b. 1928) and the Dutch politicians Tineke Strik (b. 1961) and Ria Oomen-Ruijten (b. 1950), who both carry the name as a middle name.

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(Information from name #23286 originally submitted by user bananarama)
Frollein Gladys  4/30/2019

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