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Emilia is a feminine given name of Romanic origin.
Etymology [ edit ]
Emilia is a feminine given name derived from the Roman feminine name . The Latin name Aemilia Aemilius/Aemilia in turn may derive from the same root as the Latin word aemulus, which means to rival, excel, or emulate, but this may be a [1 ] folk etymology.
name gens Aemilia was translated into English as Emily.
Etymologists believe that although similar Germanic names like
Amelia sound similar to the Italian Emilia or Aemilia/Emily, they have a different origin.
Popularity [ edit ]
As of 2010
United States have been named Emilia since 1880, with numbers increasing markedly from the year 2000. [2 ]
, records indicate that more than 13,500 girls in the
People with this name [ edit ]
Emilia Andersson, Swedish ice hockey player
Emilia (Bulgarian singer), full name Emiliya Valeva, known by the mononym Emilia
Emilia Pardo Bazan, Spanish writer
Emilia Broomé, politician
Emilia Bakala, Polish developer
Emilia Cano, Spanish race walker
Emilia Clarke, British actress
Emilia Fox, British actress
Emilia of Gaeta, duchess of Gaeta
Emilia Attías, Argentine actress and model
Emilia Kabakov, artist, wife of Ilya Kabakov
Emilia Plater, Polish patriot and revolutionary
Emilia Rotter, Hungarian 4x world champion figure skater
Emilia Rydberg, Ethiopian-Swedish pop singer
Emilia Uggla, Swedish pianist
Emília Vášáryová, Slovak actress Emilia Jane Mills Webb (née Goodlake), wife of
William Frederick Webb
Emilia Kaczorowska Wojtyla, the mother of Pope John Paul II
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