|Pronunciation||📣 \i-mogi-ne, im(o)-gine\|
|Rate in 2021||5320|
|Name origin||🌍 Irish|
The name Imogine originates from the word 'Innogen' which translates to 'maiden' or 'innocent' in Old Irish. This symbolizes someone pure, untouched, and pristine in their essence, unspoiled by the harshness of the world.
Imogine primarily owes its origin to the Celtic and Gaelic word 'Innogen.' Due to a famous misprint in Shakespeare's play "Cymbeline," the name 'Innogen' transformed into 'Imogen,' and eventually, the variant Imogine has also come into popular usage. It is a name with a deep-rooted history and profound cultural significance.
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