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EST 2012 | formerly Emilia Clarke Central

Origin/Usage

  • English, Italian, Latin, Polish, Spanish

 

Pronunciation

  • e-MEEL-yah

 

Meaning

  • Competitor, rival

 

Emilia originates in Latin language and means “competitor, rival”. It is a feminine form of Emil. As a feminine given name it has been used since the end of the 19th century. It was the name of a character in William Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello.

 

Emilia, you are gracious and amicable.

 

At times you can be flaky and responsible but for the important things, you pull it together. You are confident, self assured, and capable. You are not easily intimidated.

 

You have the drive to accomplish a lot in a short amount of time. Your biggest problem is making sure you finish the project you started.