Hermine

Hermine is a feminine form of Herman. Hermine, Herminie, or Hermin may refer to:

Read more about Hermine:  People, Fictional Characters, Places, Ships, Tropical Storms

Other articles related to "hermine":

Hermine Reuss Of Greiz - Marriage To Ex-Emperor Wilhelm II
... In January 1922, a son of Princess Hermine sent birthday wishes to the German Emperor Wilhelm, who then invited the boy and his mother to Doorn ... Wilhelm found Hermine very attractive, and greatly enjoyed her company ... The two had much in common, both being recently widowed Hermine just over a year and a half before, and Wilhelm only nine months prior ...
Tropical Storm Hermine (1998)
... Tropical Storm Hermine was the eighth tropical cyclone and named storm of the 1998 Atlantic hurricane season ... Hermine developed from a tropical wave that emerged from the west coast of Africa on September 5 ... As a weak tropical storm, damages from Hermine were light ...
Hermine Von Siegstädt
... Hermine von Siegstädt (also Hermine Procháska) (1844-?) was a Bohemian operatic soprano ...
Hermine - Tropical Storms
... Tropical Storm Hermine (1980) Tropical Storm Hermine (2004) Tropical Storm Hermine (2010) ...
Archduke Joseph, Palatine Of Hungary - Second Marriage
... Joseph married secondly Princess Hermine of Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym (1797–1817), on 30 August 1815 at Schaumburg Castle ... Both of Joseph's children with Hermine died unmarried and without issue ... Archduchess Hermine Amalie Marie of Austria (14 September 1817, Buda - 13 February 1842, Vienna) ...