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Imogene

Imogene Meaning and Origin

Imogene is a girl’s name of Latin and Irish origin, meaning “maiden, innocent.” It is derived from the Old Irish name “Inghean”, which means “maiden” or “daughter”. The name was introduced to England during the Middle Ages by Irish and Gaelic immigrants, and it eventually became a popular name in the English-speaking world. Imogene is a fairly uncommon name, but it has been used consistently over the years. In the United States, the name reached its peak popularity in the 1920s and 1930s, but it has since become less common. It has also been used in literature and entertainment, including in the play “Cymbeline” by William Shakespeare and in the novel “A Confederacy of Dunces” by John Kennedy Toole. Some variations of the name Imogene include Imogen, Imogine, and Imojean. The name can be shortened to various nicknames, such as Immy, Genie, or Jeanie.

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