Emelia name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 16th, 2023
Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin and Gothic
Usage: English, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Emelia em-ELL-ee-ah
Meaning: Imitating and Rivaling
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What does Emelia mean?

Emelia's meaning is Imitating or Rivaling has its origin in Gothic and Latin used specifically in Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Swedish and English is a girl name . Emelia is variant of popular and perpetual Emily.

Emily is variant form of EmilieAmelia. Emily is equivalent of Emilie in English language. Also Emily is English form of Émilie. Emily means Emulus, Emulating and To Strive is originated from Latin.

Emelia is variant of persistent and widespread Amelia. Amelia is variant of widespread and conifer Amalia. Also Amelia is variant form of persistent and celebrated Amalie. Amelia is also a variation of loved and evergreen Emily.

Amelia is German and English form of Amalia. Also Amelia is Latin and English equivalent of Emily. Amelia means Emilia, Strain and Beautiful has its origin in Latin and Gothic. Emelia is version of unfading and dominant Emilia.

Emilia is an effeminate variation of Emilius. Emilia is form of Emilie in Spanish and Italian languages. Preeminent and All time favorite Emilia's origin is Latin, meaning of Emilia is "The Word Aemulus Which is of the Meaning Imitating Rivaling, Imitating and Rivaling".

Emelia is variation of eternal and admired Amalia. Amalia is form of commonly accepted and perpetual Emily. Amalia is derived from Emilie. Amalia is Latin equivalent of Germanic Names Beginning with Amal-.

Meaning of Amalia is Efficient and Emulus is originated from Gothic and Latin.

How do I pronounce Emelia?

The most common pronunciation of one syllabled Emelia is em-ELL-ee-ah with emphasis on second ELL syllable. The name can also be pronounced as e-me-lia.

Variants of Emelia

Eme, Amalia, Amelia, Emilia, Emily, Aimil, Amy, Amalie, Aemilia, Ameline, Milka, Aemiliana, Emilie, Amilia, Mia, Emma, Emiliana, Émilie, Aemilie, Emi, Emilse, Emeli

Middle Names for Emelia

Hede, Vittoria, Saby, Maariyah, view more middle names that goes with Emelia

Names that rhyme with Emelia

How popular is the name Emelia?

a popular name in United States having over 9771 recievers in 139 years of usage. At present at its peak, 653 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 331st position.

Moreover, the given name has been to the top 500 baby names 10 times Emelia is a common name in England and Wales given to over 3335 babies in 23 years.

When at its peak in 2012, the moniker grabbed the 164th spot and 314 baby girls were given the name.

Emelia is an uncommon baby name in Ireland where it has been in use since 2005 and achieved its top ranking of 357 in 2013.

Over 115 people have been named Emelia in Ireland. During its 43 years of usage in France, it had made up to just the top 500 girl names. Over 256 babies in France have been named Emelia.

But Emelia is a popular baby name in Ghana where every 1 in 600 have the name as well as in, Philippines, Mexico and Zambia. At least, 120000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.

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Emelia in Nordic countries

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What numerology tells about Emelia?

As a lover, you are passionate. Your first instinct about someone as a person is the one you should listen. You know you have the power and will to accomplish whatever you imagine on your own. Stop undervaluing love and relationships. Love is most important in your life. In order to truly succeed in life, you have to work on your personality first. Leave aside your religion and mix with people from different cultures and races.

Other names similar to Emelia, for name hunters

  •  Cecília is originated from Latin bestowed upon girls, Cecília means "Blind" is used especially in Portuguese
  •  Semilia - The Semilia means "Similar" is rooted from Latin language
  •  Ursala - Unconventional girl name Ursala means "Little Female Bear, Little Bear and Small Bear" used largely in English is originated from Latin language. Ursala is derivation of Ursula.
  •  Lucienne - Outlandish and Ever lasting girl name Lucienne means "Daylight Babies, Illumination or The Bright" has its origin in Latin is used mainly in Danish, German and Finnish
  •  Lydiane means Region of Asia Minor is originated from Latin
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Sibling Names for Emelia

Emelia is a beautiful and unique name that has gained popularity in recent years. If you are considering this name for your new baby girl, you might be looking for some inspiration for sibling names that complement Emelia's charm and elegance. Here are some options to consider!

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Famous people named Emelia

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