What does Emelly mean?
Emelly has 34 variants: Aemiley, Aemilia, Aemilie, Amalea, Amalia▲, Amalie, Amelie▲, Emalee, Emali, Emalia, Emalie, Emelea, Emeli, Emelia▲, Emelie, Emila, Emilea, Emilee, Emiley, Emili, Emilia▲, Emilie▼, Emilley, Emillie, Emilly, Emmalee, Emmaleigh, Emmalie, Emmelee, Emmelie, Emmilee, Emmilie, Emmily and Emylee.Creative forms:
(female) Emela, ..
(male) Emelel, Emeleu, .. Middle name pairings:
Emelly Tatiana (E.T.), ..
How popular is Emelly?
Emelly is a rare first name for women. Emelly is an equivalently rare surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Emelly (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000 are Amalia (#828 from recent data), Amalie, Amelie (#641), Emalee (#1857), Emelda, Emelia (#592), Emelie, Emeline, Emely (#432), Emelyn (#1899), Emilee (#585), Emili, Emilia (#145), Emilie (#867), Emily (#8), Emmalee (#970), Emmaleigh, Emmalyn (#457), Emmy (#616) and Milly. Other variants, like Emeli, are seldom used. Usage of these forms of Emelly reached its most widespread in the year 1998 (average #1518) and is somewhat lower today (#1194, ▼44.4%), with the form Emilie becoming less trendy. Emily is the steady favorite, although Amelie appears to be gaining favor too. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Emelly is alike in pronunciation to Amaly, Amelia▲, Ameliya and Amelya. Other recommended names are Ally, Amberly, Arely▲, Bailly, Billy, Cally, Cilly, Colly, Delly, Dolly▼, Earley, Edelle, Eiley, Eily, Ella▲, Elle▲, Elli, Elly, Ellyn, Elsy, Elvy, Emalyn, Emblyn, Emelen, Emer, Emerald, Emylin, Estell▼, Estella▼, Estelle▼, Esyllt, Etel, Etelka (see Ethel), Evelia, Evelin▼, Evelyn, Evey, Gilly, Haely, Hally, Hedly, Hilly, Jilly, Joelly, Joely, Jully, Kally, Kealy, Keely▼, Kelly▼, Lesly▼, Lilly▲, Lolly, Mally, Melly, Molly, Neely, Nelly, Philly, Polly▼, Reilly▼, Sally▼, Seely, Shelly▼, Tally, Tilly, Tully, Vally, Verly, Wally and Willy. These names tend to be more commonly used than Emelly.See names in meaning and etymology.