- the daughter of Menelaus and Helen.
- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for hermione
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Emma Watson Is Not Starring in 50 Shades of Grey … Emma Watson is not Hermione anymore.MTV Movie Awards 2013 Best Moments: Rebel Wilson & More (VIDEO)
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“I was the Hermione,” she said, referring to the brainy Harry Potter character.John Friend Anusara Scandal: Inside the Wiccan ‘Sex’ Coven
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When Ron is dragged into a shack by a large black dog, Harry and Hermione follow as the true identities are revealed.15 Key Moments From the Harry Potter Movies
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Hermione really cared for three people: Gaspare was one of them.
Was it not, therefore, an appropriate setting for him and for Hermione?
"That does not come from me," Hermione said, suddenly, almost with bitterness.
Hermione's eyes were attracted to it, and again her imagination carried her to Sicily.
With that thought there came to Hermione a deeper sense of loneliness.
Word Origin and History for hermione
fem. proper name, from Greek Hermione, derived from Hermes (genitive Hermeio).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper