Mimi is of Hebrew origin and a pet form of Maria. Meaning is "bitterness, rebellion, wished-for child".
The name Mimi is a Hebrew name meaning sweet. The reason it means sweet is because it comes from the Hebrew word Marar which is the sweet herb eaten at a Passover seder.
Italian diminutive of MARIA.
The name is borne in the Bible by the sister of Moses and Aaron. After the Exodus, she came to be known as a prophetess to the people.
a South African soprano.Coertse made her debut in January 1955 as the First Flower girl in Wagner's Parsifal at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Karl Bhm conducting. She also sang in Basle at the Teatro San Carlo. On 17 March 1956 she made her debut at the Vienna State Opera as the Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflte by Mozart and remained with the Vienna State Opera until 1978. Her Covent Garden debut was in 1956, in the same role.
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Baby girl name meaning I Am ( Swahili Origin ) in Japanese. Mimi also named in African, American, Arabic, Australian, British for girl . We have received lots of suggestion from our website users on baby names. We are thankful for all the contribution on meaning of girl name Mimi. What does the name Mimi mean in other origin if you know then please suggest. Further suggestion or detail on what is the meaning of name Mimi. History of name and famous personality with Mimi will help to update our database and other website users.
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