Imma Meaning and Origin

Imma is a girl’s name of German origin, meaning “universal.” Alternatively, in Hebrew, “Imma” is a term for “mother.” It is often used colloquially as a term of endearment or familiarity. In the Catalan language, “Imma” is a diminutive form of the name Immaculada, which is equivalent to the English name Immaculate. It is associated with the concept of the Virgin Mary’s Immaculate Conception. In some Nigerian languages, “Imma” is a short form of the name Immaculata, which shares the same root as the Catalan variant. Immaculata is a Latin-derived name meaning “spotless” or “pure.” In Japanese, “Imma” is a feminine given name that can be written in different kanji characters. One possible writing is 今 (ima), which means “now” or “present.” 

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