Origin of first name:
Anglo-Saxons, French, Germanic, Scandinavian
Meaning of the name:
The feminine name "Hermand" and the former "Hardman", Hermande is composed of the terms "hard" and "man" meaning "hard man" or "joyous army".
The celebrities and public figures thus named are not numerous. However, different personalities throughout history have been named Armande or Armand.
Molière's wife was named Armande Béjart. Armand Lanoux, Armand Salacrou and Armand Abecassis are contemporary authors.
His character :
Of a rather emotive temperament, the Hermande demonstrate qualities of imagination and strong intuition in all circumstances. This name comes from the old Germanic is closely associated with people very intelligent and sensitive. They value honesty and openness and like to be together with their loved ones.
Armand, Armande, Armandin, Armandino, Armando and Hartmann.
His party :
Les Hermande are celebrated on June 8th.
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