EMILIA
GENDER: Feminine
PRONOUNCED: e-MEEL-yah (Italian, Spanish, Polish)   [key]
Meaning & History
Feminine form of Aemilius (see EMIL).
Related Names
VARIANTS: Emelie, Emilie (Swedish), Emilie (Norwegian), Emilie (Danish), Amilia, Emalee, Emely, Emilee, Emily (English)
DIMINUTIVES: Milly (Swedish), Milly (Norwegian), Em, Emmie, Emmy, Millie, Milly (English)
MASCULINE FORMS: Emilio (Italian), Emilio (Spanish), Emil (Romanian), Eemeli, Eemil (Finnish), Emil (Polish), Emil (Swedish), Emil (Norwegian), Emil (Danish), Emil (English)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Aemilia (Ancient Roman), Emiliya (Bulgarian), Emilija (Croatian), Emílie (Czech), Émilie (French), Emilie (German), Emīlija (Latvian), Emilija (Lithuanian), Emilija (Macedonian), Emília (Portuguese), Emilija (Serbian), Emília (Slovak), Emilija (Slovene)
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