Irma may refer to: Irma (name), a female given name. Irma (singer), full name Irma Pany, a Cameroonian female singer-songwriter. Irma, Alberta, Canada, a village. Irma, Lombardy, Italy, a comune. Irma, Wisconsin, USA, an unincorporated community.
Irma is a female given name. It is also used in combination with other names in the abbreviated form "Irm-," for example, Irmine, Irmela, Irmgard, Irmgardis, Irmentraud. The name comes from the Old High German irmin, meaning world. The anglicised form is Emma.
From German Irma in the nineteenth century. Short form of Germanic names beginning with irm(en)-, erm(en) "whole, entire", from Proto-Germanic *ermunaz. Cognate with English Emma. Irma. A female given name.
Irma is a gynoid body that was created by Utrom High Council member Rook. It takes the appearance of the teenage human girl. The blueprints for her model, like many other Utrom technology, were stolen by The Kraang who subsequently mass-produced the droids.
"There isn't an 'ew' loud enough." Irma to Blunk when he hands her a Passling saliva covered stick. "Hello! Kadma, queen babe!" Irma to Kadma in P is for Protectors. "Oh yeah! She [Cornelia] loves those boo-hoo ballads! 'I wish you would not leave me!'" Irma on Cornelia's music tastes in The Mudslugs.
Irma Stern (1894, Schweizer-Reneke, Transvaal – 23 August 1966, Cape Town, South Africa) was a major South African artist who achieved national and international recognition in her lifetime. She was born in Schweizer-Reneke, a small town in the Transvaal, of German-Jewish parents.