[ jer-meyn; French zher-men ]
/ dʒərˈmeɪn; French ʒɛrˈmɛn /
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a female given name.
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But Germaine was not ill very long and she was not very bad, and now she is getting well again.
Germaine lies in bed in her pretty, bright room, and her dreams are as bright-coloured as her room.
But Germaine asked him so earnestly that he agreed to cure her dolly without slashing it to pieces.
Germaine's doll fell ill at the same time as her little mamma, and now she is getting well with her.
Germaine is sure now she can count on Alfred's goodness; she is certain Lucie is the best of sisters.