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  2. Hermine — Wikipédia

    L'hermine est apparue pour la première fois en Eurasie, peu après l'apparition de la Belette à longue queue en Amérique du Nord, il y a deux millions d'années. L'hermine a prospéré pendant la période glaciaire, car sa petite taille et son long corps lui permettaient de se déplacer facilement sous la neige et de chasser dans des terriers.

  3. Ermine | Coat, Habitat, & Facts | Britannica

    ermine, ( Mustela erminea ), also called stoat, short-tailed weasel, or Bonaparte weasel, northern weasel species in the genus Mustela, family Mustelidae. The species is called ermine especially during its winter white colour phase.

  4. Hermine - Name Meaning, What does Hermine mean?

    Hermine as a girls' name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hermine is "army man". Feminine of Herman. The name may also derive from Ermine or Irmine, from erm or irm meaning "entire, great". It may also be related to Herminia, feminine of the Roman surname Herminius.

  5. The next named storm could be a monster hurricane in the Gulf ...

    An area of disorganized activity over the southeastern Caribbean Sea will likely become the next tropical storm – named Hermine – in the next few days, according to the National Hurricane Center.

  6. Hermine - Wikipedia

    Hermine is a feminine form of Herman, consisting of the elements harja- "army" and mann- "man". It could also be a variant of the Greek name Hermione . Hermine, Herminie, or Hermin may refer to: Contents 1 People 2 Places 3 Ships 4 Other 5 See also People [ edit] Hermine Körner (1878-1960), German actress, director and theater manager

  7. 'It's very early' but could a second Hurricane Hermine get ...

    Hermine made landfall in St. Marks on Sept. 1, 2016 as a Category 1 storm before barreling north into Tallahassee. The storm, the first direct hit since Hurricane Kate in 1985, left about 100,000...

  8. Ermine (heraldry) - Wikipedia

    Ermine (heraldry) Some of the many variations of ermine spots found in heraldry over the centuries. Ermine fur, from the robes of Peter I of Serbia. Ermine ( / ˈɜːrmɪn /) in heraldry is a "fur", a type of tincture, consisting of a white background with a pattern of black shapes representing the winter coat of the stoat (a species of weasel with white fur and a black-tipped tail).