Emmaclaire name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Germanic, German and Latin
Usage: English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Emmaclaire
Meaning: Industrious, All-containing, Universal, Embracing Everything, Whole, Entire, All, Immense, God with Us, Great, Huge, Complete, Bright, Famous and Clear
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What does Emmaclaire mean?

Commonly used in English neoteric and unexpected choice, Emmaclaire used for girls is of German, Germanic and Latin origin. Combination of cherished and ceaseless Emma and cherished and ceaseless Claire resulted in Emmaclaire.

Claire is variant of famous and all time favorite Clare, which itself is equivalent of Clara in French language. Claire is equivalent of Clara in French language.

Variants of Emmaclaire

Emma, Claire, Erma, Emerentia, Emilia, Emaline, Emi, Clare, Clara, Clayre, Annaclaire, Clairemarie, Irma, Emerita, Emerenzia, Amilia, Mia, Emiliana, Emilie, Emalyn, Emily, Emmeline, Emee, Clairette, Clarah, Clarina, Ana Clara, Anna

Middle Names for Emmaclaire

Thalia, Signe, Odra, Aneesa, view more middle names that goes with Emmaclaire

How popular is the name Emmaclaire?

Emmaclaire is an uncommon baby name in United States, in use since 2004, peaked in 2011 when it ranked 6551st. There are over 117 babies that have been given the name Emmaclaire in United States.

According to our estimate, over 100 babies have been named Emmaclaire globally.

View more ▾[1] Source: Social Security Administration


What numbers say about Emmaclaire?

If someone catches your eye, you are into the person before you even know it. However, this affects your self-confidence in a negative way. It's time you change your attitude when it comes to love and start focusing on your goals. You appreciate an educated man. You are one yourself. Achieving inner peace and harmony in life is what's most important to you. You are a passionate lover but take people for granted.

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  •  Czeslaz - Originated from Latin, Czeslaz means "Incision or Cut"
  •  Durina - Durina's meaning is Enduring has its origin in Latin is aimed at girls. Durina is resultant of Durene.
  •  Luzian specifically is used in German came from Latin and Spanish, meaning of Luzian is "Born At Daybreak or Shining" is given to both genders

Famous people named Emmaclaire

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  1. Social Security Administration, https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/index.html
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