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Imogen, alternatively, mainly in the U.S., Imogene, is a female given name, probably created by Shakespeare for a character in his play Cymbeline. Shakespeare may have meant to use the name of Innogen, a British legendary figure; wife to King Brutus and mother of Locrinus, Albanactus and Camber, whose name derived from Old Irish “ingen”, meaning “daughter or maiden”, but the name (which Shakespeare also used for a ghost character in early editions of Much Ado About Nothing), was printed instead as Imogen.

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