Aemilia

Gender: Female
Origin: Latin
Meaning: To Strive Or Excel Or Rival
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The name Aemilia means To Strive Or Excel Or Rival and is of Latin origin. Aemilia is a name that's been used primarily by parents who are considering baby names for girls.

Emilia originally comes from the name Aemilia. Common variations of the name include Amelia, Emelia, Emily, Amilya, Emiliana, and Amilia. Common nicknames include Emma, Em, Emmy, Mia, Millie, and Mellie. The male version of
Emilia is Emiliano (Spanish, Italian).

Famous Emilias seem include actress Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones, Emilia McCarthy, actress, Emilia Eberle and Emilia Rotter, athletes, and singer Emilia Rydberg.

Emilia is also a famous Shakespearean name, from the drama Othello.

Variations include: Aemilia, Emelia
People who like the name Aemilia also like:
FemaleAmelia, Emma, Olivia, Ava, Charlotte, Ella, Isabella
MaleEthan, Elijah, Benjamin, Oliver, Liam, Lucas, Caleb
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checkmark Aemilia is currently #2 on the Baby Names popularity charts
checkmark Aemilia is currently #42 in U.S. births
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