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Irmin may be
- Old Saxon irmin "strong, whole", maybe also "strong, tall, exalted" (Old High German ermen, Old Norse jǫrmun, Old English Eormen), from Proto-Germanic *erminaz, *ermenaz or *ermunaz, in personal names (Armin, Ermanaric, Ermenbald, Ermenbert, Ermenfried, Ermenhard, Ermelinda, Erminia, Ermintrude, Emma)
- An alleged Germanic deity in some currents of Germanic Neopaganism, see Irminenschaft
- Imipramine, by the trade name Irmin
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