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Singer-actress Emmy Rossum's full name is Emmanuelle Grey Rossum. It's quite pretty.
-- SeaHorse15  12/29/2005
Famous bearer is Emmanuelle Béart, a French actress.
-- Anonymous User  3/24/2006
I know someone called Emanuelle who shortens her name to Ella.
-- Luangi  4/8/2007
Emmanuelle was a famous French protitute. I still really love this name. I'm not sure if I would have enough courage to name my kid Emmanuelle though.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2007
An elegant and sophisticated name.
-- Elizabeth Jane  12/1/2007
This name is so lovely!
-- Anonymous User  4/17/2008
It does have a soft and romantic sound to it, but it sounds a bit corny outside French-speaking countries, as at least to me, it bears the connotation of a main character in a Harlequin romance novel.
-- slight night shiver  5/23/2008
Another famous bearer is French-Canadian actress Emmanuelle Vaugier.
-- Emilie007  5/28/2008
I adore this name and I think it is very elegant and strong-willed. I imagine a woman named Emmanuelle as a classy businesswoman, a dancer, or an artist.
-- namine_fatale  2/13/2009
Another famous French actress bearing this name is Emmanuelle Devos.
-- shotgun_wedding  3/13/2010
This is a guilty pleasure of mine. I find Emmanuelle delightfully pompous. It makes me think of a Marie Antoinette-esque aristocrat who loves dresses, summer parties, cakes and Moët. In saying that, I find this name very beautiful and regal.
-- shotgun_wedding  3/14/2010
I like this name, but prefer Emanuela. Emmanuelle is not so feminine as Emanuela is.
-- enchy  6/30/2011
Emmanuelle "Emmy" Rossum (born 1986 in New York City) is an American actress and singer.
-- Anonymous User  7/3/2012
Pronounced E-man-yoo-el, not E-man-well.
-- cheridel  2/3/2013
I have loved this name for a long time. I heard it with the "u" part pronounced. Sad to see it isn't even popular in France right now and it is a French name!
-- teacup chip  10/23/2015
A lifelong Southerner, this name has historical significance to the South in regards to our Churches. It's so French and also so Southern... like everything about Louisiana and New Orleans put in a name to a person. The best of both worlds.
-- K1hodgman  10/11/2016

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