Hermione

[hur-mahy-uh-nee]
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noun

the daughter of Menelaus and Helen.
a female given name.

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  • Hermione really cared for three people: Gaspare was one of them.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • Was it not, therefore, an appropriate setting for him and for Hermione?

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • "That does not come from me," Hermione said, suddenly, almost with bitterness.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • Hermione's eyes were attracted to it, and again her imagination carried her to Sicily.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • With that thought there came to Hermione a deeper sense of loneliness.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens



Word Origin and History for hermione

Hermione

fem. proper name, from Greek Hermione, derived from Hermes (genitive Hermeio).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper