- a female given name.
Also Im·o·gen [im-uh-jen, -juh n] /ˈɪm əˌdʒɛn, -dʒən/.
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Examples from the Web for imogene
In the 1950s, Caesar and Your Show of Shows, his television show with Imogene Coca, were household names.Sid Caesar’s 5 Funniest Moments
February 13, 2014
Despite the age difference, he seems to complement her perfectly, and you never get the sense that Imogene is a “cougar.”Kristen Wiig on ‘Girl Most Likely’ and Why She Nixed ‘Bridesmaids 2’
July 18, 2013
Imogene was apathetic, awkwardly holding the baby as if she was not quite sure what to do with him.Haiti’s Horrendous Teenage Prostitution Problem
June 17, 2011
Well—er—Imogene, now I'll show you the house and your room and all.
"I am real glad you like it here so well, Imogene," she said, at the end of a fortnight.
My name used to be Marguerite, but it's goin' to be Imogene now.
"You mustn't find fault with Mrs. Barnes, Imogene," he said.
Miss Howes cautioned Imogene against arousing the Parkers' enmity.