|History of name:
Doesn't directly appear in the Christian Bible. Most famous religious connection is Saint Germaine of Pibrac. An unhappy and abusive childhood, at age nine Germaine was put to work as a shepherdess, where she spent much time praying. In 1601 she was found dead on her straw pallet under the stairs, and she was buried in the Church of Pibrac opposite the pulpit. Accidentally exhumed in 1644 during a renovation, her body was found incorrupt. Four hundred miracles have been attributed to her.