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What does Milka mean?

Milka /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 an alternate form of Emily (Latin): feminine of Emil. Milka is also a derivative of Ilka (Slavic): writer Ilka Chase. Milka is also used as a derivative of Malka (Hebrew).

Associated with: queen


Milka has 7 variants: Malcah, Malkah, Malke, Malkia, Malkie, Milcah and Milke.

Milka has 6 more relations via Emily, Ilka, Malka: Emila, Emilea, Emilia, Emilla, Ilke and Milly.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Milma, Milna, ..

(male) Milgue, Milta, ..

How popular is Milka?

Milka is an uncommon given name for women but a somewhat popular surname for all people (#89895 out of 150436, Top 60%). (2000 U.S. Census)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Below is a graphed analysis of the statistics of Milka and affiliated names. Prominent variation forms of Milka (outside Top 2000) rated in the Top 2000 are Emilia (#164 last year), Emily (#7), Malka (#1357) and Milly (#1654). Other variants, like Malkie, are seldom used. Usage of these forms of Milka was more pronounced in the year 1998 (median #1102) and is somewhat less today (#795, 51% less usage). Emily has been the most well-known version, though Emilia has become trendy as well. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Emilia, Emily, Malka, Milly in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Emilia, Emily outside U.S.

Similar Names


Recommended names are Celka, Cilka, Elka, Jelka, Mala, Malea, Malia, Malika, Malva, Meeka, Mela, Melba, Melia, Mella, Melva, Melya, Mia, Mica, Micki, Micky, Mika, Mike, Miki, Mikki, Mikko, Mila, Milada, Milana, Milanka, Milena, Milla, Mille, Milli, Mima, Mimma, Mina, Minda, Minna, Minta, Mira, Mirja, Mirka, Mirla, Mirna, Mirra, Mirta, Misha, Mitra, Miya, Myka, Myla, Nika, Ricka, Rieka, Rifka, Rika, Rivka, Sitka, Telka, Tinka, Ulka, Valka, Vika, Vitka, Yulka and Zivka. These names tend to be more commonly used than Milka.