What does Emmilie mean?
Emmilie has 34 variants: Aemiley, Aemilia, Aemilie, Amalea, Amalia▲, Amalie, Amelie▲, Emalee, Emali, Emalia, Emalie, Emelea, Emeli, Emelia▲, Emelie, Emelly, Emila, Emilea, Emilee, Emiley, Emili, Emilia▲, Emilie▼, Emilley, Emillie, Emilly, Emmalee, Emmaleigh, Emmalie, Emmelee, Emmelie, Emmilee, Emmily and Emylee.Creative forms:
(female) Ermilie, Esmilie, ..
(male) Emel, Emmel, .. Middle name pairings:
Emmilie Saige (E.S.), ..
How popular is Emmilie?
Emmilie is an unusual given name for women. Emmilie is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Emily (#8 from current records), Emilia (#145), Emmalyn (#457), Emilee (#585), Emelia (#592), Amelie (#641), Amalia (#828), Emilie (#867), Emmaline (#900), Emmalee (#970), Emmie (#1074), Emalee (#1857), Amalie, Emelie, Emeline, Emmaleigh, Emili and Emaline are the prominent related forms of Emmilie (not ranked) appearing in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Emalia, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Emmilie was widespread in the year 1998 (median #1528) and is somewhat lower today (#1162, ▼46%). Emily has historically been a favorite of parents, although Emmalyn seems to be getting popular too, while Emilie has become less contemporary. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Emmilie is pronounced similarly to Amilia, Emmeleia and Emmylou. Other recommended names are Ailie, Amitie, Ammie, Arminie, Bailie, Basilie, Brilie (see Briley), Cailie, Camillie, Cecilie, Cesilie, Cicilie, Dimitie, Dominie, Earlie, Edelie, Eilin, Eilis, Eilise, Ellie▲, Embline, Emmalene, Emme, Emmeline▲, Emmelyn, Emmette, Emmiline, Emmysue, Emylin, Ercilia, Ermine, Erminia, Erminie, Erminine, Erminne (see Ermine), Ersilia, Erzilia, Esmie, Ethille (see Ethel), Etoile, Eulalie, Hailie▼, Irminie (see Erma), Kailie, Keilie, Kemplie (see Kempley), Lailie, Lilie, Natilie, Ottilie, Sasilie (see Cecilia) and Zailie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Emmilie.See names in meaning and etymology.