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Hermann Meaning - Origin and Names

Hermann Meaning - Origin and Names



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Origin of first name:

Germanic

Meaning of the name:

The name Hermann is composed of two Germanic roots, "hart" and "mann". Its meaning is likened to the strength of man.

Celebrities:

The German writer and painter Hermann Hesse (who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1946), the German racer Hermann Lang, the Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach (initiator of the Rorschach test), the Austrian Alpine skier Hermann Maier, the novelist- American essayist and poet Herman Melville (author of "Moby-Dick"), basketball player Herman JR Reid, Dutch-American designer Herman Rosse (winner of the Academy Award for Best Sets for the film "The Fairy of Jazz" ) ...

His character :

Its unpretentious nature makes Hermann a man to be quite complex. His anguished and suspicious air is explained by the fact that he is often subject to conflicting emotions. He demonstrates great intelligence and insight. Far from being lazy, he knows how to channel his energy to get the maximum benefit. However, he does not hesitate to give himself time to enjoy life.
Hermann also enjoys tranquility. He often gets a little away from others to think and dream. However, he needs to interact with others in order to flourish fully.

Derivatives:

Herman, Armen, Armin, Harmen, Harmin, Hermant and Heymann.

His party :

September 25th.

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