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Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. i-MEE-lyu(European Portuguese)
eh-MEE-lyu(Brazilian Portuguese)
EH-mee-lee-a(Slovak)
EH-mee:-lee-aw(Hungarian)
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Meaning & History

Portuguese, Slovak and Hungarian feminine form of Aemilius (see EMIL).

Related Names

VariantEmili(Hungarian)
Masculine FormsEmílio(Portuguese) Emil(Slovak) Emil(Hungarian)
Other Languages & CulturesAemilia(Ancient Roman) Emilia, Emiliya(Bulgarian) Emilija(Croatian) Emílie, Emilie(Czech) Emilia, Emilie, Mille(Danish) Emily, Amilia, Em, Emalee, Emely, Emilee, Emilia, Emmie, Emmy, Millie, Milly(English) Emilia, Emmi, Milja(Finnish) Émilie, Emmy, Emy(French) Emilia, Emilie(German) Emili(Hebrew) Emilía(Icelandic) Emilia(Italian) Emīlija(Latvian) Emilija(Lithuanian) Emilija(Macedonian) Emilia, Emilie, Mille, Milly(Norwegian) Emilia(Polish) Emilia(Romanian) Emilija(Serbian) Emilija(Slovene) Emilia(Spanish) Emelie, Emilia, Emilie, Milly(Swedish)
Same SpellingEmilía, Emilia

Popularity

People think this name is

natural   wholesome   refined   complex  
Finland: May 19 (as Emilia)
Hungary: July 19 (as Emilia)
Poland: May 23 (as Emilia)
Poland: June 24 (as Emilia)
Poland: June 30 (as Emilia)
Poland: August 19 (as Emilia)
Poland: November 24 (as Emilia)
Slovakia: November 24
Sweden: November 14 (as Emilia)
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