Name Meaning

An English name derived from the Old German for "whole" or "universal," popular since the 19th century. Well-known Emmas: the title character in Jane Austen's Emma; actresses Emma Thompson, Emma Stone, and Emma Watson.


English, German, Teutonic, Swedish


Literary, Classic, Oscar winners, Short and sweet, Wild West, Cute, Popular



Famous Namesakes

Actress Emma Stone, Actress Emma Watsom, Actress Emma Thompson, Poet Emma Lazarus

Celebrity Babies

Daughter of Kristi Yamaguchi, Daughter of Julie Andrews and Tony Walton, Daughter of Christine Lahti, Daughter of Eric Roberts, Daughter of Wayne Gretzky and Janet Jones

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