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Imogen



Origin: Gaelic

Meaning: the name was first used by Shakespeare in his play Cymbeline (1609), believed to have been based on Innogen, the name of a legendary queen of Britain in the 12th century, and that the Imogen spelling came about as a misprint. The name is believed to be based on Gaelic inghean which could mean "maiden, girl" or "daughter".


Variants:
  • Imogene
  • Innogen 
  • Imogena 
  • Emogen
  • Emogene
  • Emogena 


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