Comments for the name Esmée


Comments for ESMÉE:

Is very posh in England right now. Cute name.
-- Anonymous User  5/29/2005
In Lemony Snicket's A series of Unfortunate Events, there was a character called Esmee Squaller.
-- avalah  5/6/2006
There is probably a character named Esmee Squalor in Lemony Snicket (as noted by someone before me) because of JD Salinger's wonderful short story "To Esmee with love and squalor".
-- leone  12/28/2006
Esmee Denters is on tour with Justin Timberlake. I first saw her on YouTube. She is an excellent singer. She even has a record deal.
-- Anonymous User  7/12/2007
Very lovely name! Gorgeous! Esmée stands for:


If you are thinking about using this name, go for it!
-- Anonymous User  1/19/2009
This name is certainly a breath of fresh air. In Scotland the male version was used sometimes, dating from the 16th century and the "Auld Alliance" between Scotland and France - and as a result it was occasionally (in the male version, with only one e) given to girls. I hate it with only one e, as it's grammatically masculine, but it's quite pretty with two ees, the correct feminine way.
If using this name for a daughter, I think it's important to make sure that the registrar registers the name with the double e and the correct accent.
-- Jonquil  5/13/2009
This names is also used in the Netherlands where it´s pronounced ehs-MAY and also spelled without the accent sometimes. I think it´s a beautiful name with a great meaning.
-- renee06  7/3/2009
I think Esmee is a beautfiul name. I would name my daughter this. I'm into E names now.
-- italiannames  10/6/2009
Yawn. This name is overrated, even though this is the proper feminine form. I don't like it because it reminds me of the similar-sounding "name" Renesmee (which I strongly dislike).
-- bananarama  3/20/2010
I adored this name until the Twilight series became a fanatical circus. Now I'd be terrified to use it. People would assume I'm an avid fan of the series.
-- Anonymous User  11/8/2010
There's little-used variant, Esma. It was borne by Aussie actress Esma Cannon (1905-72) who acted mainly in Britain.
Her full name was Esma Ellen Charlotte Cannon.
-- Just Jonquil  1/30/2011
To the above comments, yes Lemony Snicket called her Esme Squalor for that book, and it was just spelled with one E at the end.
-- foreverslowly  7/15/2012
It's quite pretty, and I came across a baby Esmae.
-- Anonymous User  8/28/2012
The Dutch pronunciation of this name is: es-MAY. [noted -ed]
-- Lucille  1/16/2013
The name Esmee was given to 30 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013
A angelic and beautiful name. I'm so glad this name is uncommon, it is beautiful and very sweet on any woman.
-- MusicBelle  10/30/2013

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