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Meaning of the Name Emilia

The first name Emilia is of Latin, Spanish, Swedish, Italian, Shakespearean, German origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Admiring
Spanish: Flattering
Swedish: Industrious
Latin: Industrious; Striving
Italian: Italian Form of Emily: Industrious
Shakespearean: 'The Winter's Tale' a Lady Attending on the Queen. 'The Tragedy of Othello, Moor of Venice' Wife to Iago, and Lady-in-waiting to Desdemona
German: Variant of Emily

Similar Names

Emil | Emile | Emilio | Emilo | Emelia | Emilee | Emilie | Emily |

Related Names

Aemilia  (Latin)
The Feminine Form of the Roman Clan Name Aemilius
Aemilia  (Shakespearean)
'The Comedy of Errors' Wife to Aegeon, an Abbess at Ephesus, and Mother to the Twin Brothers Antipholus of Ephesus, and Antipholus of Syracuse
Aemilianus  (Latin)
From the Roman Clan Name Aemilius
Amalia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amalle  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amelia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Emelye  (English)
From the Latin Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Clan Name Aemilius, Anglicized by Chaucer
Emil  (Latin)
Excellent. Masculine Equivalent of Emily, from the Name Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius. Also a Variant of Amelia
Emilian  (Teutonic)
Excellent
Emilian  (Latin)
Excellent
Emiliano  (Italian)
Industrious
Emily  (Latin)
Industrious; Striving. from the Name Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius. Also a Variant of Amelia
Emily  (German)
Feminine Form of Emil: from the Roman Family Name Aemilius, Meaning 'Industrious.' Also a Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Emlyn  (Welsh)
Industrious. Welsh Version of the Latin Aemilianus. Also, from the Welsh Place Name Newcastle Emlyn. Famous Bearer: Welsh Actor and Dramatist Emlyn Williams
Emlyn  (Latin)
Excellent. Masculine Equivalent of Emily, from the Name Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius. Also a Variant of Amelia
Maximilian  (Latin)
Greatest Aemilianus, Vigorous, Powerful, Talkative, Kind. (Max, Maxwell)
Millie  (English)
Diminutive of Mildred: Mild of Strength. Also a Diminutive of the Latin Emily, from Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius
Millie  (German)
Strength, Determination. Diminutive of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour, and the Latin Aemilia. Famous Bearers: Th Century British King George Iii's Daughter Princess Amelia' Henr
Milly  (English)
Diminutive of Mildred: Mild of Strength. Also a Diminutive of the Latin Emily, from Aemilia, the Feminine Form of the Roman Family Name Aemilius
Milly  (German)
Strength, Determination; Industrious. Diminutive of Millicent or Amelia: from the Old German Word for Labour, and the Latin Aemilia

Additional Names

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