Other Origin(s):Greek, Spanish
Meaning:Messenger; Army man; Cairn, stone heap; Boundary marker
Help baby develop their gift of gab with the name Hermina. This feminine name is of German and Spanish origins with deep Greek roots, coming from Herminia, Hermia, and other variants. One of its meanings is “messenger,” inspiring your little one to clearly and eloquently speak their mind. If you want to give baby some mythological inspiration, Hermina has connections to the Greek God Hermes, who served as a messenger to Zeus. With its Old High German roots, Hermina also acts as a variant of Herman, meaning “army man,” “cairn,” “stone heap,” or “boundary marker.” Whether baby is soldiering toward their goal or commemorating loved ones with stones of the earth, the name Hermina will always help them mark where they’ve been.
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