Also an (archaic) American name. Variant of Emelia?
This name is gorgeous, much better than Emily or Emilia.
Emelie Alatalo is one of the members of Swedish indie folk band Agent Blå.
The standard Polish form of this name is Emilia, but Emelie has also had some occasional usage in Poland. In January 2020, there were 32 women in Poland with the first name Emelie. 4 women had it as a middle name. Names Emel and Emelia are also in occasional use.
Sounds softer than Emily.
Usage: French, Swedish, English (Rare)

Pronounced: EH-MEH-LEE (French), eh-meh-LEE (Swedish), EHM-lee (English)

Meaning: French and Swedish feminine form of Aemilius (see EMIL). It is also an English variant of EMILY.
Pronounced in French as EH-MEH-LEE, and in Swedish as eh-MEH-li-eh.
No. Emelie is never pronounced eh-MEH-li-eh in Swedish.
3 syllables with a emphasis on the 1st syllable.
French and Swedish feminine form of Emil.
I love this name. I like Emily as well, I like it a lot, but it's a bit overlooked, even though here in Poland it's not used, so I can imagine how overlooked it might be for some people in english-speaking countries. Emelie is much more original for me and is a very sweet, gentle name. When I think of this name I see a calm person, introverted, down-to-earth, but also who likes to dream, a bit of a loner, artsy creature, especially very musical, lover of beauty, very sensitive, vulnerable and enigmatic lady. She's medium high, slim, has long, black hair, likes dark colours, has blue eyes and pale complexion, may have a little Gothic, but also elegant and refined style, she's very girly.
Emelie Hollow is a Norwegian singer.
Emelie is much better then Emily or Emma.
I have a love/hate relationship with the name Emelie. I think it is lovely and strong at the same time, but people often use the spelling Emily, or refer to me as Amelia? I think the name Emily is overused and Emelie offers a little bit of 'spice' to the classic name.
Yeah, like there are no alternate spellings to Emily. Seriously, as overused as this name is in Sweden, I much prefer "Emelie" to "Emily". It looks more feminine and sweet.
One of those names that in Sweden can be spelled way too many different ways. Parents make up: Emmelie, Emmeli, Emeli, Emelié, Emélie, Emellie, Emeliée, Emeliee, etc, etc ad naseum. So much easier with just Emily in English.
"So much easier with just Emily in English." Really? What about Emmelee, Emmalee, Emelee, Emilee, Emmely, Emaly, Emmaly, Emmaleigh, Emeleigh etc?
Emelie is an alternative spelling to Emily, and quite an intresting one at that.

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