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Pronounced EE-ma.
-- Emmasj  4/13/2007
No, that's not true. In countries where it's used it is pronounced like Emma: EM-ah.
-- enchy  8/13/2009
It's also Portuguese (pronounced É-ma). [noted -ed]
-- Aki  9/12/2007
Pronounced "EH-mah".
-- LoQuiero  10/23/2007
For the countries where Ema is commonly used, the pronunciation given by LoQuiero is the most correct one.

A fine alternative for Emma, easy to spell and not so overused. (Oh, and yeah, I can just see people lining up to joke about EMA money. /sarcasm).
-- that one  5/12/2011
Ema is a German name. It means "home nurse" or "merry".
-- Maggie_Simpson  11/2/2007
Ema is also the Slovak, Serbian, Croatian and Czech form. [noted -ed]
-- Karcoolka  1/31/2008
One famous bearer is Ema Brabcová, singer of triphop band Khoiba.
-- Karcoolka  1/31/2008
I think this name looks more complete when spelled with two M's.
-- Pippin  7/12/2008
I like this spelling more than 'Emma'. The two M's just clog up the name. Ema is waaaaaay prettier.
-- MtotheK  4/15/2009
Ema Skye, a character in the video game Phoenix Wright.
-- slyboots  11/15/2009
This name would look silly in English, because she would get jokes about EMA money.
-- Hushpuppy  12/13/2010
Looks like its pronounced ee-ma, which isn't very pretty. In the US, it would kind of seem like you're trying to make the completely overused name Emma unique, but I honestly prefer Emma. Ema doesn't seem complete and looks slightly foreign.
-- Anonymous User  2/9/2013
This spelling looks a bit odd to me, since Ema is Estonian for mother and is pronounced exactly like the name Emma.
-- Anyechka  6/7/2013
The name Ema was given to 136 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
I hate the spelling; it makes me want to pronounce it as E muh instead of eh ma

Plus, I knew a girl named Ema (this spelling) and she was completely fake. Hated her. Also, the spelling of Ema looks incomplete.
-- ThatMazerunnerfan  7/11/2014
Not a fan of the spelling. Makes me want to pronounce it as 'E-ma' instead of 'eh-ma'


Plus it looks incomplete.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2014
I once read a book where one of the character's names was Emma, but her nickname was Ema (said ee-ma) in reference to her being emo. I think Emma should have two m's, because you pronounce both of them in Emma (EHM-ma).
-- Anonymous User  9/13/2014

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