Emmogene name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Celtic and Old Irish
Usage: English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Emmogene
Meaning: Last-born and Image of
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What does Emmogene mean?

Emmogene is variant spelling of Emogene. Emogene is a form of prevailing Imogen.

Variants of Emmogene

Emogene, Imogen, Emogen

Middle Names for Emmogene

Ngan, Alessandra, Piah, Reta, view more middle names that goes with Emmogene

How popular is the name Emmogene?

Emmogene is an uncommon baby name in United States where it had been in use since 1921 and achieved its top ranking of 2105 in 1931. Over 107 people have been named Emmogene in United States.

At least, 100 people globally have carried Emmogene as their given name according to our estimate.

View more ▾[1] Source: Social Security Administration


What numerology tells about Emmogene?

You are always open to new adventures. You are a workaholic and often bring your job at home which angers your family. Lower your expectations in people and increase the expectations you have in yourself. You are a good listener, and always give the best advice, especially when it comes to relationships. With time you will see that working something you hate just for the money isn't worth it. So, why don't you chase your dreams instead?

Other names similar to Emmogene

  •  Alina means Honorable, Lovely or Shining used for baby girls and of Arabic and Celtic origin is especially used in Spanish, Russian and Swedish
  •  Taron - Originated from English-American and Celtic, Offbeat Taron bestowed upon both sexes, Taron means "A Combination of Tad or Ron or Earthmen" is especially used in English
  •  Avyn means River aimed at both sexes is of Celtic origin. Avyn is derived from Avon.
  •  Genaya - The unconventional girl name Genaya means "White Wave" which is used largely in English is of Celtic origin
  •  Menou - Meaning of Menou is Stone came from Celtic

Famous people named Emmogene

We could not find any notable namesake.


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