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What does Emelen mean?

Emelen Pronunciation of Emelen [eme-len] as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Emelen) is of Latin origin, and the meaning of the name Emelen is "rival; laborious; eager". Emelen is an alternate form of Emil (Latin): from the old Roman surname Aemilius.

Associated with: rival (war), eager (faithful).


Emelen has 5 variants: Emilian, Emilien, Emilion, Emilyan and Yemelyan.

7 more relations via Emil: Emelio, Emile, Emilio, Emlen, Emlin, Emlyn and Emlynn.

Creative forms:
(male) Epelen, ..

(female) Emeen, ..

Middle name pairings:
Emelen Aaron (E.A.), ..

How popular is Emelen?

Emelen is an uncommonly occurring given name for males. Emelen is an equally uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Prominent varying forms of Emelen (outside Top 2000) rated in the Top 2000 are Emilio (#304 from recent data), Emil (#1365) and Emile. Adoption of these relations of Emelen was common a century ago (adoption of 0.15%) and has become significantly lower since (adoption 0.07%, 55.4%), with versions like Emil becoming somewhat dated. Emilio is the most trendy baby name here. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Emil, Emile, Emilio in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Emil outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Ameen, Arllen, Arrlen, Ashlen, Aymeen, Beven, Caelen, Conlen, Dallen, Deven, Dillen, Eaden, Eagle, Earley, Eberlein, Eberley, Edel, Edelin, Eden, Efren, Elden, Elemer, Elex, Elven, Eman, Emeer, Emeliano, Emerey, Emerson, Emerus, Erle, Eryle, Esmeling, Ethen, Euell, Euen, Eugen, Evelin, Evelyn, Everet, Everley, Ewell, Felten, Frewen, Gamblen (see Gamble), Gefen, Gillen, Glen, Hamlen, Jaylen, Jeven, Kaeden, Kalen, Keegen, Kelden, Kelten, Melden, Mellen, Merlen, Nameen, Nelsen, Neven, Nolen, Olen, Raylen, Selden, Shelden, Sleven, Steen, Steven, Teven, Tiesen, Treven, Vallen and Welden. These names tend to be more commonly used than Emelen.

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