Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. eh-MEE-lyə(German)
eh-MEE-lee-eh(Norwegian)
EHM-i-lee(Swedish)
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Meaning & History

German, Scandinavian and Czech feminine form of Aemilius (see Emily).

Related Names

VariantsEmilia(German) Emilia(Danish) Emilia(Norwegian) Emelie, Emilia(Swedish) Emílie(Czech)
DiminutivesMille(Danish) Mille, Milly(Norwegian) Milly(Swedish)
Masculine FormsEmil(German) Emil(Danish) Emil(Norwegian) Emil(Swedish) Emil(Czech)
Other Languages & CulturesAemilia(Ancient Roman) Emilia, Emiliya(Bulgarian) Emilija(Croatian) Emily, Amilia, Em, Emalee, Emely, Emilee, Emilia, Emmie, Emmy, Millie, Milly(English) Emilia, Emmi, Milja, Milka(Finnish) Émilie, Emmy, Emy(French) Emili(Hebrew) Emili, Emília(Hungarian) Emilía(Icelandic) Emilia(Italian) Emīlija(Latvian) Emilija(Lithuanian) Emilija(Macedonian) Emilia, Milka(Polish) Emília(Portuguese) Emilia(Romanian) Emiliya(Russian) Emilija(Serbian) Emília(Slovak) Emilija(Slovene) Emilia(Spanish) Emiliya(Ukrainian)
Same SpellingÉmilie, Emílie

Popularity

People think this name is

classic   youthful   natural   wholesome   delicate   refined  

Name Days

Estonia: May 19
Norway: January 23

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Entry updated April 25, 2021