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imre

FORM OF:
emmerich
LANGUAGE FAMILY:
indo-european > germanic > west germanic > german
ORIGIN:
germanic 
NAME ROOT:
*HAIMAZ *RīKIJAZ > HAIMIRICH
MEANING:
This name derives from the Old High German name “Haimirich”, composed of two elements “*haimaz” (home, house) plus “*rīkijaz” (kingly, royal, noble, mighty, distinguished, powerful, rich). The name means “ruler of the home, sovereign of the homeland”. Harry, its English short form, was considered the "spoken form" of Henry in medieval England. Most English kings named Henry were called Harry. At one time the name was so popular for English men that the phrase "Tom, Dick, and Harry" was used to refer to everyone. The most famous patron Henry II (Saint Henry), was Holy Roman Emperor from 1014 until his death in 1024. The last member of the Ottonian dynasty of Emperors, Henry II, succeeded to the German throne following the sudden death of his second-cousin Emperor Otto III in 1002. Henry was born on May 5, 972, the son of Duke Henry II, Duke of Bavaria and Gisela of Burgundy.

Usage

  • hungarian (magyar)hungarian (magyar)

Related names

VARIANTS
hungarian - magyar
henrik
PET & SHORT FORM
hungarian - magyar
imrus

Use in other languages

LANGUAGES
Ancient Germanic - Latinized
americo, aenrichus, Americus, Amerika, Ameriko, Amerikus, Henricus, Henricī, Henricō, Henrice, Arrigus, Heinricus

Italian - Medieval
amerigo, Arriguccio
afrikaans
HENRICO
albanian
Enrik
ancient germanic
emmerich, haimirich, heimiric, heimric, heimrich, HEIMIRICH, Haimirick, Heimerich, Haimerich
armenian
henrik, Haynrikh, Haynrikhi, Haynrikhitsʿ, Haynrikhov
basque
henrik, endika, henriko
catalan
enric, Enrick, Enrike, Enryk, Enryc, Enryck
croatian
henrik, emerik, Emerick, Emric, Emrick, Emric, Emrick, Emeryc, Emeryc, Emryc, Emryk, Emryck
czech
hinrich, jindŘich, imrich, Hindrich
danish
heinrich, hendrik, henry, henrik, emmerik, emmert, emmery, hinrik, Henrich, Heinrick, Heinrik
dutch
hendrik, hindrik, Hendrikus, Henricus, Hendricus
english
henderson, henry, emerik, Emerick, Emric, Emrick, Emric, Emrick, Emeryc, Emeryc, Emryc, Emryk, Emryck, Hendrick, Hendryck, Hendryk, Hendric, Hendryc, Heriot, Herriot
esperanto
henriko, emeriko
estonian
hendrik, Indrek
faroese
Heindrikur
finnish
heinrich, hendrik, henry, henrik, henrikki, emerik, Henrich, Emeryc, Emryc, Emryk, Emryck, Anrijs
french
Émeric, aimeric, aymeric, eymeric, Anrijs
galician
amÉrico
georgian
ANRI, Enrike, HENRIKH
german
hemerich, hinrich, emmerich, heinrich, hendrik, henry, henrik, emerich, Henrich, Hendrick, Hendryck, Hendryk, Hendric, Hendryc
german - swiss
ANDRIN, ANDRI
greek
Erríkos, Chénri
greenlandic
heinrich, hendrik, henry, henrik, intalik, Innisaq
hawaiian
hanalē
icelandic
hendrik, henry, henrik, hinrik, Heinrekur, Henrý
irish
henry, anraí, Annraoi, Anraí
italian
endrigo, enrico, arrigo, errico, errigo, anrico, unrico, emerico, almerigo, almerico, aimerico, americo, aimrico
latvian
Indriķis, Henrijs, Heinrihs, Henriks, Henrihs, Anrī
lithuanian
henrikas, Enrikas
middle english
Hersz, Hersh, Hersch, Herzl, Hirsh, Herzen, Herzyn, Herzin, Herry
norwegian
heinrich, hendrik, henry, henrik, emmerik, Henrich
old norse
Heinrekr, Heinrikr, Heinrikur
old swedish
henric
polish
henryk
portuguese
henrique, amÉrico
romanian
emerich, henric
russian
genrikh
sami - lapps
Heandarat, Heandarak, Hegon, Heijá
scottish
henry, Eanraig, Eanruig, Hendrie, Hendri, Hendry, Hendrey, Hendree, Hendries
slovak
Henrich
slovene
henrik, emerik, Emerick, Emric, Emrick, Emric, Emrick, Emeryc, Emeryc, Emryc, Emryk, Emryck
spanish
enrique, amÉrico, HENRICO, Enrrique, Enrigue, Enriq, Enriquez, Enrikay, Enreekay
swedish
heinrich, hendrik, henry, henrik, emerik, emerich, emmerik, emmert, hinrik, hindrik, henric, Henrich, Emerick, Emric, Emrick, Emric, Emrick, Emeryc, Emeryc, Emryc, Emryk, Emryck
ukrainian
genrikh
welsh
henry

Geographical spread (only living languages)

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New Age curiosities (only for entertainment purposes)

9
Numerological Values:
9

A number 9 person is humane and selfless. Compassion, tolerance, idealism and sensitivity are the hallmarks of number 9. Number 9 individuals often give unselfishly to others.

Chakra Number:
9: The number of the Chakra "Pineal Gland"

The Pineal Gland is about the size of a pea, and is in the center of the brain in a tiny cave behind and above the pituitary gland which lies a little behind the root of the nose. It is located directly behind the eyes, attached to the third ventricle. This chakra is also known as the upper dan tien. The ninth chakra is an interesting chakra in that it is in this chakra that all the Christ abilities lie dormant, waiting to be released and used in the outer and inner worlds. The shift in focus at this time is toward that Christ energy and the accompanying abilities that go along with it. Hence, a great deal of work and energy is now being sent into physical reality to help the individual open up and expand this energy center.

Color meaning:

It is no surprise that gold symbolizes wealth used wisely, but it is also the symbol of good health. People who favor the color gold are optimistic. The Tibetan Buddhist believes in 5 sacred stones: the crystal for light, turquoise for infinity of sea and sky, coral for life and form, gold for the golden ray of the sun, silver for the light of the moon. Gold is intimately linked with Divinity and those gods associated with the Sun. It symbolizes wealth and success.

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Notable people and personalities​

Imre Ámos (1907–1944/45), Painter
Imre Antal (1935–2008), Pianist
Imre Bródy (1891–1944), Physicist
Imre Bujdosó (born 1959), Olympic Fencer
Imre Csáky (1672–1732), Roman Catholic Cardinal
Imre Csermelyi (born 1988), Football Player
Imre Cseszneky (1804–?), Agriculturist And Patriot
Imre Csiszár (born 1938), Mathematician
Imre Csösz (born 1969), Olympic Judoka
Imre Deme (born 1983), Football Player
Imre Erdődy (1889–1973), Olympic Gymnast
Imre Farkas (born 1935), Olympic Canoeist
Imre Farkas, 19th Century Musician
Imre Finta (1911–2003), Indicted War Criminal
Imre Földi, Olympic Weightlifter
Imre Friedmann (1921–2007), Biologist
Imre Frivaldszky (1799–1870), Botanist And Entomologist
Imre Garaba (born 1958), Football Player
Imre Gedővári (born 1951), Olympic Fencer
Imre Gellért (1888–1981), Olympic Gymnast
Imre Gyöngyössy (1930–1994), Film Director And Screenwriter
Imre Harangi (1913–1979), Olympic Boxer
Imre Hódos (1928–1989), Olympic Wrestler
Imre Hollai (born 1925), Diplomat, President Of The United Nations General Assembly
Imre Jenei (born 1937), Romanian-hungarian Football Player And Coach
Imre Kálmán (1882–1953), Operetta Composer
Imre Kertész (born 1929), Author And Winner Of The 2002 Nobel Prize In Literature
Imre Komora (born 1940), Football Player
Imre König (1899–1992), Chess Master
Imre Lakatos (1922–1974), Philosopher Of Mathematics And Science
Imre Leader, British Mathematician
Imre Madách (1823–1864), Writer, Poet, Lawyer And Politician
Imre Makovecz (born 1935), Architect
Imre Mándi (1916–1945), Olympic Boxer
Imre Mudin (1887–1918), Olympic Track And Field Athlete
Imre Nagy (1896–1958), Politician, Twice Prime Minister Of Hungary
Imre Nagy (born 1933), Olympic Pentathlete
Imre Németh (1917–1989), Olympic Hammer Thrower
Imre Of Hungary (1174–1204), King Of Hungary
Imre Of Hungary (ca. 1000-1007–1031), Prince And Roman Catholic Saint
Imre Páli (1909–?), Olympic Handballer
Imre Polyák (born 1932), Olympic Wrestler
Imre Pozsgay (born 1933), Reform Communist Politician
Imre Pulai (born 1967), Olympic Canoer
Imre Rapp (born 1937), Football Player
Imre Salusinszky (born 1955), Australian Newspaper Columnist
Imre Schlosser (1889–1959), Football Player
Imre Senkey (1898–?), Football Player And Manager
Imre Steindl (1839–1902), Architect
Imre Szabics (born 1981), Football Player
Imre Szekeres (born 1950), Politician And Minister Of Defence
Imre Szellő (born 1983), Olympic Boxer
Imre Szentpály (1904–1987), Olympic Polo Player
Imre Thököly (1657–1705), Statesman And Leader
Imre Tóth (born 1985), Grand Prix Motorcycle Racer
Imre Varadi (born 1959), English Football Player
Imre Weisshaus (1905–1987), Pianist
Imre Zachár (1890–1954), Olympic Water Polo Player And Swimmer
Imre Zámbó Hungarian Pop Singer