Emma
Emma

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B) because Emma is a beloved one of mine
C) because my very own name is Emma!
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People named Emma on their name

Emma (born 2000) from Germany said:
Best of name: It is an old name, it is short, and everyone knows how to pronounce and spell it.Not so good: It is a bit boring.Named after: Nobody had this name, my parents just taught it was coolExperience: A friend of mine had the same name but we lost contact

Emma from United States, VA said:
Not so good: Its uglyNamed after: IdkExperience: Met like 4 emmmas

Emma (born 1986) from said:
Best of name: In my counrty this is very rare nameNot so good: Giving me nicknames which are longer than my nameNamed after: Because its shortExperience: In my country I have never met another person called emma

People related to Emma on the name

A user from Finland said:
Best of name: It's perfect

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 Emma - The Sisters of Mercy
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 Emma - Jonathan Edwards
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 Emma - Little River Band
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 Emma - Steven Price
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 Emma - Hot Chocolate
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 Emma - The Happy Birthday Singers
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 Emma - Jason Upton
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 Emma - Alkaline Trio
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 Emma - July for Kings
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 Emma - Josh Hodges

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BHLDN “Emma” Wedding Dress


 

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EMMA WATSON * HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS * WORN WARDROBE WITH COA


 

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Queen Emma of Hawaii - Hawaiian Islands - Ca. 1866 Photo Taken by Fredricks


 


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Historic meaning and origin of the name Emma

English, French, Italian, Finnish, Dutch, German, Ancient Germanic: Originally a short form of Germanic names that began with the element ermen meaning "whole" or "universal".
English: Whole; complete.
German: Whole. Complete. Universal. Old German 'ermin' or 'irmin', meaning universal. Famous bearer: 1960s television character Emma Peel in 'The Avengers'; Lady Emma Hamilton, mistress to Lord Horatio Nelson.
Swedish: Universal.
Teutonic: Nurse.

Watch videos that make Emma unforgettable

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Emma Pretend Play w/ Disney Princess Snow White Pink Kitchen Toy Kids Play Set


Emma pretend play with her Disney princess Snow White pink kitchen toy play set made for kids! Emma and Uncle K use their kitchen toys to cook pretend food ...
 

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Emma Jannie & Wendy Pretend Play Halloween Trick Or Treat Costume Dress Up for Candy Haul


Emma, Jannie, Wendy, and Lyndon pretend play Halloween trick or treating for huge candy haul! Emma wakes up everybody to get costumes to go trick or ...
 

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Emma & Jannie Pretend Play w/ Squishy Hamburger Fast Food Drive Thru


Emma and Jannie pretend play with squishy hamburger toys and a fast food drive thru! Jannie goes to Emma's squishy fast food restaurant and buys a combo of ...
 

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Emma Approved Revivial - Ep 6 - Pairings


Be more involved than ever before! Follow the Patreon link to become a shareholder! https://www.patreon.com/EmmaApproved Watch the series from the ...
 





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