Name Emily - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Latins

Meaning of the name:

Emily is a derivative of the name Emilie which comes from the Latin "aemulus" and the Greek "haimulos" who want respectively to say "rival" and "cunning".


Emily Ratajkowski, actress and British-American model (Victoria's Secret), Emily Murphy, Canadian writer (1868-1933), who is the first municipal judge of the British Empire and is known for her activist fight for women's rights, British actress Emily Watson (Breaking the Waves), American actresses Emily Kinney (The Walking Dead) and Emily Osment (Hannah Montana) ...

Emily has two holy bosses, Emilie de Rodat, feasted on September 19, recognized for having opened a free school for the girls of her village around 1850, and Emilie de Vialar, celebrated on August 24, who devoted her life to the poor.

His character :

Emily is sociable and communicative while being cautious. Enterprising, she has a keen sense of humor and can be mischievous. In love, she is very tolerant, but his entourage must take care not to exceed the limits: it may explode, and this despite its appearance full of lightness ...


Emilie, Emilia, Aimilia, Emy, Milly

His party :

Emily is celebrated on September 19 or August 24, according to the saint to whom we are referring.

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