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Meaning of the Name Esma

The first name Esma is of Spanish, Anglo Saxon origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Spanish: Form of Esmeralda
Spanish: Emerald
Anglo Saxon: Kind Defender

Similar Names

Esme | Eskama | Esmee |

Related Names

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Cecil  (English)
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Cecilio  (English)
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Cecillo  (English)
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Cecillus  (English)
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Desma  (Greek)
Pledge, Bond
Desma  (Greek)
Oath
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Joined to the Lord
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Statesman's Son
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Smith  (English)
Tradesman
Smyth  (English)
Tradesman
Smythe  (English)
Tradesman
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Wright  (Anglo Saxon)
Tradesman

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