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I would pronounce this as "AY-mer", or, in the original version (Éimhear), "AY-ver".
-- gaelruadh19  5/12/2005
I have heard it's pronounced EE-ver, but I could be wrong.
-- Tove  10/2/2006
Here in Cork, Ireland it's EE-mur.
-- Eva Marie  3/1/2007
All over Ireland it is pronounced EE-mur; the Anglicized name does not need to have the same pronunciation as the original.
-- Anonymous User  3/17/2008
No offense but it sounds to much like a nickname for someone named Emma or Emmett. (Or I'm just being biased since I call my cousin Emma "Emers")
-- Anonymous User  3/22/2008
The meaning is stereotypical. It's saying that all girls have to be pretty to be successful. Bleh. And it sounds pretty repulsive too- the correct pronunciation, anyway.
-- Kerules  4/22/2009
And what is wrong with the meaning? It simply means "swift", nothing else. How could it say that girls have to be pretty to be successful?
-- Anonymous User  5/21/2009
No, the meaning "swift" is cool, but I mean the history behind the name.
-- Kerules  5/26/2009
I really wouldn't use it. I live in the Netherlands, and 'emmer' means 'bucket' in Dutch. But, if your native language is English, this name is fine.
-- QuillHeart  5/25/2013
It rhymes with lemur.
Lovely meaning though.
-- Anonymous User  9/7/2013
Could also undoubtedly be pronounced as ə-mer. Presumably as a nickname to names such as Emery, Emmett, Emerson, Emma, Emily, Emmeline, Emelia and so forth. I prefer it better for a boy though.
-- Anonymous User  1/29/2017

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