fem. proper name, from Old High German Ermentrudis, from ermin "whole, universal" + trut "beloved, dear."
Examples from the Web for ermentrude
Ermentrude found her insipid; she had studied her face first before comparing the mental photograph of the poet with the original.Visionaries|James Huneker
When Antoinette's own child died at birth, she took Ermentrude's to her heart and brought it up as her own.The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow|Anna Katharine Green
She heartily loved her charge, and could not bear to think how desolate Ermentrude would be without her.
Let us go back and see what Bodo's wife, Ermentrude, is doing.Medieval People|Eileen Edna Power
And, indeed, Ermentrude had so much fever all that night and the next day that no going down could be thought of.