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Nympha Palermo

Nympha's shoes Palermo is a city in Southern Italy, and it's the capital of Sicily. Some Sicilian immigrants to America took Palermo as a surname.

During the Middle Ages, Saint Nympha was one of the four patron saints of Palermo, and her feast day was November tenth. Little is known of Nympha, but one tradition is that she was a virgin martyr who died in the fourth century.

Our little Nympha is much more fortunate, growing up in a middle class Italian-American family, but she does have many of the problems that school girls face, some exacerbated by her ethnic family.

Nympha Palermo is a fictitious character, and any resemblance to a real person, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Nympha is not found in the US Social Security Administration lists of names for the years 1900, 1950, and 2000. That means that fewer than five girls were named Nympha in those years. It's unlikely that your name is Nympha, and probably more unlikely that your name is Nympha Palermo; so, if it is, our congratulations!

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Last Update: 08-08-2017