Emma meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Emma No. of characters: 4 Gender: GirlBoyOrigin: English French Italian Spanish Swedish Norwegian Danish Finnish Dutch German Ancient Germanic
Religion: Hindu Muslim How to pronounce Emma e-mma What does my name mean? 
Meanings: Whole Industrious All-containing Universal Embracing Everything Entire All Germanic origin, independent short form of names with "Er" or "Irm," meaning: the Great, Huge. In Germany in the second half of the 20th century out of fashion, now awarded more frequently. Known by Jane Austen's novel "Emma" (1816). Namesake: Emma Thompson, British actress.

Emma was ranked 897 in 2016 US male names list and elevated by 1.86% from its previous ranking of 914 in 2015. Emma was ranked 1 in 2016 girls names list in US and remain unchanged from its previous ranking in 2015.

Full form of Emma : Extroverted Moral Moderate Authentic

Emma is a very very popular first name for a girl in England & Wales which is popular since 1996 and ranked 60 in 2015. Around 43026 people wear Emma as their first name. Emma is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Emma was a widely used first name for girl but is an uncommmon first name for a boy which is a rare boy name since 2016 and ranked 897 (0.000458% bearer) in 2016 in US. Around 635686 people wear Emma as their first name. Just the word "immutal" means: "God with us" is feasting on April 19th. Name seems a United States native name if we look into the dominance Emma showcases in the charts. 0.175867% of Americans have this given name.

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Count Ludger's wife in Rhine, Emma finds herself a very young widow. Rather than remarry, she devotes herself to the poor and to the building of churches. She also founded two monasteries. She died in Bremen, April 19, 1040.

Expression number of Emma is 5. They possess the sense of justice and morality. Emma love adventure, excitement and freedom. Uncompromising, they do not know the half-measure. Emma are clever, quick-witted and unusually adaptable. Their apparent serenity is quickly softened by their generosity and natural tenderness. Emma are capable of doing anything they wish for. Active, volunteer, generous, they give without counting. Sincerity is always strong.

Names that rhyme with Emma Famous people named Emma
Emma Knievel in The Last of the Gladiators as
Emma Hendry in It Couldn't Happen Here as Actress
Emma Ibbitson in Stalled as Producer
Gemma Sutton in Care Less as Actress
Emma Red in All Alone as Actress
Emma Hernan in Street as Actress
Emma Colohan in Sunflower as Actress
Emma Rogers in Advent as Actress
Emma Messenger in Nude Nuns with Big Guns as Actress
Emma Molin in Sverige as Actress
Names like Emma Emma Namesakes Related Names: Emm Emma Emmabella Emmabelle Emmaclaire Emmadell Emmagene Emmagrace Emmah Emmajane Emmajean Emmajo Emmakate Emmakay Emmalani Emmalea Emmaleah Emmalee Emmalei Emmaleigh Posts having Emma: Comments :Naida Nickles Emma is a female first name of Hebrew origin "immanu-el" Emmanuelle hence its nickname Emma. Initially, it was the German name meaning "whole" or "universal." In Hebrew, According to the second version, name of Emma founded the Jewish male name Emmanuel means "God with us." It is believed that Emma - a short form of the name Emmanuel. If we take into account its Germanic origin, Emma then means "house". A third version, the name Emma has Latin roots, means "precious", "emotional". The next version is of Arabic origin named Emma. In Arabic language means "faithful", "calm", "reliable". One of the earliest bearers of this name was Emma of Normandy , wife of King Ethelred II. It bore the name of the saint of the eleventh century. After the invasion of the Normans the name spread to England. Emma is a separate name, but can also be a short form of names beginning with ERM or IRM. St. Emma is celebrated on April 19th. In recent years, the 19th and the first of the 20th century Emma was one of the ten most awarded female names in Germany. The popularity of the name was in the following years more and more back. Since the mid-nineties then a sharp rise in its popularity was recorded. Since the late 2000s, the name will return to the "Top 10" of the frequency statistics. Was introduced in England by Emma of Normandy , it became common after the Norman conquest; was revived in the eighteenth century , perhaps in part thanks to the poem by Matthew Prior Henry and Emma. Emma is one of the most popular names given to girls born in the United States , ranking second in both the years between 2003 and 2006 in 2009. In recent years, it is among the most popular names chosen for the new born also in Italy, always returning to the top ten of its istat ranking. Currently the name is common in the US, UK, Ireland, France, Sweden, Belgium, Canada, Armenia, Australia, Norway, New Zealand, Hungary, Finland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Poland, Russia. Variants: Emmina, Ema, Emmi, EmJa, Emmy, Immine, Imma, Imina, Hema, Hemma; Russian: Эмма Popularity of Emma
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