||Sean Foglai (guest, 220.127.116.11)
||July 21, 2004 at 5:33:52 AM
||Meaning by Noel Parmiter
The only thing I came up with was that 'parme' in French means violet or blue ...Parmesan as in the cheese looks related. The word comes from the Italian town of Parma ...but I don't know the origins of that name. If I had to guess, I'd say it's roots are Latin or pre-Latin which are often the base for many names in all Romance languages.
The name also seems quite common in England, which may either have come from France via the Normans or perhaps there is some Germanic origin ...anyone else?
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- Meaning - Noel Parmiter Jul 21 2004, 3:15:11 AM
- Re: Meaning - Sean Foglai Jul 21 2004, 5:33:52 AM