Meaning and Name Origin
Milka \m(i)-lka, mil-ka\ as a name for girls is of Latin, Slavic and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Milka is "rival; laborious; eager; flattering, hardworking; queen". Milka is a form of Emily (Latin): feminine of Emil, from the Latin name Aemilia, feminine form of the old Roman surname Aemilius (probably from aemulus). Milka is also a derivative of Ilka (Slavic): writer Ilka Chase. Milka is also used as a derivative of Malka (Hebrew).
Milka has 24 more related variations via Emily, Ilka, Malka: Aemilia, Aimil, Amalea, Amalia▼, Emalia, Emelda, Emelea, Emelia▲, Emera, Emila, Emilea, Emilee▲, Emiley, Emili, Emilia▲, Emilie▼, Emilija, Emilla, Emille, Emillea, Emilly, Emlyn, Ilke and Milly.
Milka is an uncommon given name for women. Milka is an equivalently rare surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of the girl name Milka and affiliated names. Prominent variation forms of Milka (#unlisted) rated in the Top 1000 are Amalia (#884 last year), Emelia (#625), Emilee (#596), Emilia (#164), Emilie (#732) and Emily (#7). Usage of these girl names was at its most widespread in the year 2013 and is almost as widespread today, but with the versions Amalia and Emilie becoming less trendy. Emelia (#625), Emilee (#596), Emilia (#164) and Emily (#7) are four of the more trendy girl names here, with Emelia, Emilia and Emily going through a revival in popularity. (2014 Birth Statistics)