- the daughter of Menelaus and Helen.
- a female given name.
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Contemporary Examples of hermione
Her current obsession is Harry Potter, so the guest of honor at her birthday party will be a make believe Hermione Granger.Can Generation Hot Avoid Its Fate?
April 5, 2014
(tie) Penelope Fitzgerald: A Life by Hermione Lee (6 votes) 6.The Best of the Best Books List: 2013 Critics’ Top Picks
December 18, 2013
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)
April 15, 2013
“I was the Hermione,” she said, referring to the brainy Harry Potter character.John Friend Anusara Scandal: Inside the Wiccan ‘Sex’ Coven
April 16, 2012
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
July 14, 2011
Historical Examples of hermione
Hermione's hands moved a little faster about their work when he spoke.
At tea-time Hermione came from her bedroom looking calm and smiling.
"If you will wait a moment, Ruffo, I will fetch the cigarettes," said Hermione.
His life during all these years—what would it have been without Hermione's friendship?
To-night he no longer dared frankly to speak his mind to Hermione.
Word Origin and History for hermione
fem. proper name, from Greek Hermione, derived from Hermes (genitive Hermeio).