Aemilia meaning and origin
Aemilia's meaning is Emulus used for baby girls which is used in Italian is originated from Latin. Aemilia is variant of prevalent and perpetual Amelia. Amelia is variant of prevalent and all time favorite Amalia. Also Amelia is a variant of well-known and ever lasting Amalie. Amelia is also variant form of illustrous and perpetual Emily. Amelia is equivalent of Amalia in German and English languages. Also Amelia is English and Latin form of Emily. Meaning of Amelia is Strain and Work of the Lord is originated from Latin and Gothic. The name is celebrated on September 19th.
Variants of Aemilia
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Popularity of Aemilia
Aemilia is an uncommon baby name in United States where it has been in use since 2003 and achieved its top ranking of 7981 in 2015. There are over 122 babies that have been given the name Aemilia in United States. In England and Wales, it has been in use since 1998 and peaked in 1999 when it ranked 2444th. At least, 100 people globally have carried Aemilia as their given name according to our findings.
Aemilia in Nordic countries
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Here's what numbers has to say about Aemilia
To have letter A as your capstone in your name indicates your independence and ambitious attitude. You are an active person who always plans every detail but has plan B in your sleeve, in case something goes wrong. People see you as a stubborn and inflexible person. People admire your spirit. You are sometimes manipulative and hated for it. Set up a positive mindset and enjoy. Instead of running over people on your way to success, you teach them how to find their own path and how to succeed.
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Namesakes of Aemilia
- Aemilia Tertia, wife of the Roman consul and censor Scipio Africanus
- Aemilia Lepida, noble Roman woman and matron
- Aemilia Scaura, daughter of Marcus Aemilius Scaurus, a patrician
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