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It means "immortal".
Nola  11/23/2006
Emrys is also the common name given to the wizard Merlin in Mary Stewart's Merlin Trilogy books, specifically in The Crystal Cave, Volume 1 of the Arthurian saga.
Else10  12/29/2006
In T. A. Barron's Merlin series, Merlin's given name is Emrys.
Searching4Snorkacks  8/25/2007
A beautiful boy/girl twin combination could be Emrys and Amara. Amara means "Unfading" and Emrys means "Immortal". =) My favorite.
Cyneburga  8/28/2007
Emrys is pronounced EM-rees.
AndrewJKD  4/6/2008
It is actually pronounced EM-riss, not EM-rees. The 'y' in Welsh has more than one pronunciation, so Rhys = HREES, but Rys = riss.
AncientAndForever  12/11/2008
AncientAndForever is correct - this name is pronounced "EM-riss".

I like the name, but the only people I've ever met called Emrys have been old men, so it seems a bit antiquated to me.
JJSkeete  11/8/2010
I've always found the name Emrys so hot and handsome. It's a respectable name, in my opinion. ^_^
― Anonymous User  12/9/2014
Also the name of a Dwarven character in the secondary quest “Fool’s Gold” in the video game Dragon Age II. In the game it’s pronounced “EM-rees.”.
― Anonymous User  5/8/2018

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