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Forename Emília

Throughout the world, Emília (Emilia Poland Mexico Brazil Spain Argentina, Эмилия Russia Kazakhstan Belarus Azerbaijan Uzbekistan, Emília Brazil Spain United States Romania Argentina) is a widespread feminine first name. The first name Emília is habitual in Argentina, where it is quite a common female name, Equatorial Guinea, where it is quite a common predominantly female, but very infrequently male name, and Namibia (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, the name is most common in Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina. Likewise, Emília is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Emília

name 埃米莉, name אמיליה, name 艾米莉亚, name Émilie, name Emiliya, name Emilía, name Емілі, name 艾米丽, name Милијана, name אמילי, name 埃米利亞, name Emi, name Емили, name Емилия, name إميليا, name Emilija, name Emília, name Emilia, name إميلي, name Amelia, name Амелия, name Емілія, name エミリア, name Aemilia, name Emily, name Emilie, name Αιμιλία, name Эмилия, name Emīlija, name Emílie, name エミリー, name Эмили
Emilia Argentina, Spain, Brazil, Poland, Mexico
Эмилия Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Russia, Azerbaijan
Emília Romania, Argentina, Spain, Brazil, United States
אמיליה Israel

First name Emília in the context

Emília is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Amy Pond , the fictional character of Doctor Who; Amelia Bones , character in Harry Potter; Amelia Bedelia , the fictional character in the Amelia Bedelia children's picture book series; Amelia Shepherd , the fictional character on the ABC American television medical drama Private Practice, Grey's Anatomy and Emilia Ridderfjell , the fictional character of the Bert Diaries, Berts bekännelser, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of emília erichsen emília erichsen emília erichsen Brazilian teacher and educator (1817-1907), BR (b. 1817) link
picture of csernovics emília csernovics emília csernovics emília wife of János Damjanich, HU (b. 1819) link
picture of emília das neves emília das neves emília das neves Portuguese actress, PT (b. 1820) link
picture of emília cândida emília cândida emília cândida Portuguese actress, PT (b. 1823) link
picture of lemouton emília lemouton emília lemouton emília Hungarian writer, translator, HU (b. 1824) link
picture of emília letroublon emília letroublon emília letroublon French-Portuguese actress, PT (b. 1829) link
picture of kánya emília kánya emília kánya emília Hungarian writer, editor (1830-1905), HU (b. 1830) link
picture of emília zathureczky emília zathureczky emília zathureczky RO (b. 1823) link
picture of emília adelaide emília adelaide emília adelaide Portuguese actress (1836-1905), PT (b. 1836) link
picture of aranyváry emília aranyváry emília aranyváry emília Hungarian ballet dancer, HU (b. 1838) link
picture of emília eduarda emília eduarda emília eduarda Portuguese actress, PT (b. 1843) link
picture of emília dos anjos emília dos anjos emília dos anjos Portuguese actress, PT (b. 1846) link
picture of emília ferreira emília ferreira emília ferreira Portuguese stage actress, PT (b. 1852) link
picture of sziklai emília sziklai emília sziklai emília vocalist, HU (b. 1858) link
picture of márkus emília márkus emília márkus emília Hungarian actress, HU (b. 1860) link

Characteristic surnames

Melo, Moreira, Simões, Almeida, Andrade, Araújo, Azevedo, Correia, Barbosa, Pereira, Ribeiro, Freitas, Fonseca, Monteiro, Carvalho, Teixeira, Ferreira, Oliveira, Rodrigues, Fernandes, Magalhães, Guimarães, Machado, Marques, Martins, Vieira, Cruz, Reis, Dias, Lima, Silva, Sousa, Souza, Alves, Costa, Pinto, Gonçalves, Ramos, Gomes, Lopes, Nunes, Macedo, Morais, Mendes, Santos, Soares, Barros, Borges, Rocha, and Nascimento