A female given name borrowed from French Aimée "beloved", a variation of English Amy. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Aimee
Lady Aimee is ill, and it does no good for her temper and her attitude, which were bad even before she became ill.
But he had an affair with someone called Aimee, and didn't expect any consequences.
A couple weeks later, I was in Aimee’s living room, with several UC-Irvine grads (Genevieve and Alice Sebold — pre-Lovely Bones), mapping out potential teams; we finally decided on the Natural Deaths vs. the Unnatural Deaths.
She probably should move—an action-packed blockbuster would last at least two hours, and she still had to finish the Patrol This spreadsheet, read fifty more pages of Little Women, do twenty math problems, study for a history test, and call Aimee to check in.
I got on my cell and called Aimee, because whatever we'd been fighting about wasn't worth it.