The meaning of Irmbert is 'universal', 'whole', and 'bright'. The name derives from the Germanic element Érmen/Irmin, which also means 'whole', 'universal', and 'bright'. This name is usually given to a newborn boy. Humbert Humbert, the primary villain of Vladimir Nabokov's novel 'Lolita', is a prominent fictional character who shares this name. Irmbert's fundamental traits are supposed to include steadiness, balance, ongoing care, honesty, and uprightness. Major General Antonio Cosme Imbert Barrera was the president of the Dominican Republic from May-August 1965 and also the honorary two-star army general advitam of the Dominican Army.