The meaning of Irmingard is ‘whole', ‘guard', ‘enclosure', ‘universal', and ‘security'. This name is typically given to infant girls. The name Irmingard has a numerological value of three. The different versions of Irmingard have been quite popular. Ermengarde of Hesbaye, most likely a member of the Robertian dynasty, was Queen of the Franks and a Carolingian empress until her death. She was Carolingian emperor Louis the Pious' wife. Nurmengard Castle from the Harry Potter series was located someplace in the Austrian Alps and served as a wizarding jail. The Christian faith makes extensive use of the term Irmingard. People believe that Irmingard's characters are practical, status-seeking, power-seeking, materialistic, fair, and self-sufficient.