), it won't be as popular. love the name even though it is sooooooooo popular!!!! If you hear it all the time you gonna hate it, but if you really recognize the name you'll start liking it ! One night at a time. Im aware! Emma is short, sweet, and has a cute spelling. You totally nailed my name. I did my own version of the 'If you like Emma, you might love...', check it out if you are interested. Every third Hollywood starlet is named this too, which makes it worse. Emma is uber-popular for a reason: it's pretty, easy to pronounce in many languages, sweet, short, ages well, and has history and meaning behind it. It has been among the top five names given to girls since 2002, and was the most popular name for girls in 2008, 2014, and 2015. Emma is a feminine given name. :-). This is the most popular name all over the Western world. I don't like this name. I never know who is talking to me. I know this name is at the #1 spot right now, but I've met more Sarah's than Emma's. Emme, Something about this name I just don't like and I cannot figure it out. I really like the name! I've loved the names ever since, and never got over it. Dito ! Top Baby Names 2019: The Playground Analysis. I've found the same in the terms that Emma was meant to be really popular when I was born but at nursery, primary, and secondary school there's never been any other Emma's. Ive vowed not to give my future children unique names. Never been a fan of Emily, either. Emmeline, I am now in high school and I only know 2 other Emmas in the whole school, but who knows for the kids going into kindergarten? (no, I was not named after Ross and Rachel's baby or the Jane Austen character!) That's why it's so freaking popular. Related names include Emie, Emmie, and Emmy, all of which are names within themselves. They were so adorable. Classic and dignified, yet also spunky and cute. Nameberry is a registered trademark of Nameberry, LLC. It's too much! Then, I wound up loving it! It's hard to find all those qualities combined in one name, which is exactly why so many parents (over 17,000 last year) have chosen Emma and made it the top girls' name. I'm confused. It's so timeless and gorgeous! My grandmother is named Emma and as a child my relatives named their dog Emma. Only name your daughter this if you want her constantly looking over her shoulder when she hears her own name, looking at the other Emma, or worse, not even responding to her own name anymore because it's only her they're referring to about 20% of the time. We're excited that you have an opinion about the name Emma. I've never felt like and individual in my entire life. fun fact. Maybe because I've met too many Emmas and the once delightful appeal has withered away into something utterly dull? I don't like this name. The name Emma is a girl's name of German origin meaning "universal". It was still in the top 10 as late as 1995, but had fallen out of the top 20 by 2005 and in 2009 it ranked at 41st. Cause I guess that means Emma passed away.. Mine's Emma Isabel, which I think is lovely. Well, I only met an Emma in my entire life. Same here! Emma is the 86 th most popular name of all time.In 2018 Emma was the 1 st most popular name.As a last name Emma was the 22,592 nd most popular name in 2010.; How many people with the first name Emma have been born in the United States? I prefer Emily or Emme, but this is still a nice name, just wish it was not so popular. I know it's not unique but I absolutely love it! It's worth noting that Emma, Emily, and the new British Number 1 Amelia all derive from different roots and have different meanings. xD. I really dislike Emma Watson though, and that made the name worse for me. I much prefer Emmeline, Emily or even Emmy/Emme. It's just so beautiful. You will receive an email (no more than once per day) summarizing any new mentions of Emma on Nameberry. Funnily, I used to dislike this name very strongly, but my dislike wore off without any reason. Great meaning, though. This name is just perfect. If you didn't find an alternative name that you like better than Emma, try our name generator. It seems very boring and flat to me. I only know about 5 other Emmas, all spread out age wise. But the thing is it was never UNpopular. In fact, I'm typing this in a classroom with two other Emmas. Emma can also be spelt Ema. I don't know where my love for this name came from, but it's a favorite. It’s a nice name in essence, but it’s been used to death, I don't hate this name, but it is a bit too common for my taste and I do think that it sounds a little bit too plain to be a first name, however it would make an ideal middle name. I've tried to like it or at least become neutral but it won't work. My twin sister is an Emma, and we both hate the name. It just isn't my favorite.And this name is so popular! I'm in the Emma Louise crew! It's absolutely gorgeous!!!! While I'm not in love with it, I can certainly see it in all ages. Stories Featuring This Name. I'm neutral on this name. I actually really like this name and I don't usually like the really popular names. I found it on a TV show and then I started reading Jane Austen and was like, "huh, Emma!". No wonder it's the top name of the year. I was born right before the big "emma boom" that happened after that baby in Friends was named Emma. This name is very pretty but I wish it wasn't so popular. I love the connection to Jane Austen's "Emma" - she was kind of my role model for this name (especially the one from BBC adaptation). These 16 names were selected by our users that were looking for other names like Emma. I don't hear this name that much. I can see why it is so popular. I don't know why people is so worried about the popularity of this name. I live in Oregon and it's not very common here, so if you live in Oregon you might not have to deal with the popularity. I could never love this name. | We are Emma – The Sleep Company. My name is Emma and I hate it. And its popularity is its imperfection for me. Will probably make the child feel not very special. I thought it was such an common, boring, old lady sounding name. Three of the hottest young female stars share the name: Emma Watson, Emma Roberts, and Emma (born Emily) Stone. Absolutely beautiful. I love yours! As previous commenters have said, I've always just regarded Emma as a given popular name, not one I paid much attention to, until one day I looked at it and went, "hmm, Emma! I love the name emma it is sweet,cute and short. A very old royal name well used throughout the centuries—Queen Emma married King Ethelred the Unready in 1002—Emma is also historically associated with Lady Hamilton, the mistress of Lord Nelson and muse of painter George Romney. It has been among the top names given to baby girls in the United States, England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Ireland, France, Sweden, Belgium, Russia, Canada, Australia, Norway, New Zealand, Hungary, Finland, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, and Spain in the past 10 years. I love it. I named my 9 month old Emma Grace! I can't get enough. Emmy, I love this name so much!!! When I hear it I think of Lady Hamilton (Emma Hart) and Emma of Normandy. Overall, I'm not a fan of this popular name. Emmette, I love this name, I like Emma Stone and I have a relative named Emma but I would never use this name, its up there for me with all those other too common names already! 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Wow. I was born in 2004 and also named Emma. This name has been murdered violently for me, having been a preschool teacher for 7 years. Emmalyn, :0) but thanks for letting me know. There is absolutely no way to know how a person's possible future daughter would feel about a certain name. I was changing a main character's name over and over again. i just don't see the appeal at all. Emma is also used as a diminutive of Emmeline, Amelia or any other name beginning with "em". I love this name so much, classic and beautiful. Love this name, one of my absolute favourites. The name is pretty, but it's so popular where I am that it's becoming a near epidemic. I am not one for trendy-popular names and at the time, it wasn't that popular. It's still not really my thing, though. I feel an Emma can be anyone or embody anything- from an artsy contemplative person to a spirited and lively personality, as well as any age from baby girl to elderly woman. The Emma I know has a sister named Mia and I really like both names even though I know they are very popular. i think it's very dull. Word/name: Ancient Germanic, Ancient Scandinavian, Old Norse, Italian, and Modern Scandinavian I can see why it's become so popular. I am Emma Elizabeth Katharine - I love the name! Ironically, my opinion completely changed and I named my daughter Emma Grace in 2004. I hate that it's so popular, because when every other girl is named Emma it makes it seem much less special. Emma's just beautiful, and is a classic name that deserves its wide usage and popularity. Emma...It doesn't sound pretty to my ears, nor looks appealing. I do agree that it sounds okay, and that it's not the worst name, but it's not a good name anymore because of the popularity. By 1974 it was the fourth most popular name for girls in England and Wales. I’m sorry to offend anyone but I just think this name is very dull. It's a cute name, but it's too popular for me to use. It will always be a favourite for me. I never liked Emma. All the other Emmas I've met love our name :). And there are too many Emma's about for all generations, and the only nickname is my sister's loathed name - Em. I have positive associations with the name Emma, so I like it an awful lot. It's pretty fitting and can go with a bunch of personalities. I like the fact that it is just as fitting on a newborn as it is on a 90 yr old. But after the book by Jane Austen I have warmed up slightly to it. Em, (Emma is after my Mum's Auntie and Lousie is after my Dad's Grandma Lousia). Not sure, but I don't think anyone who loves this name should shy away from it just based on popularity... your girl will own it! Firstly, we are annoyed at our Mum for calling us Emma and Elizabeth, and Emma is just too common. My name is Emma-Claire, I also have a middle name. Names are usually popular for a reason. Names to Substitute for Emma Emma is a lovely classic name that, after several years in the Top Ten, may deserve a rest. Emmelyne. Everything in my mind is telling me how much I hate it because it's so popular, overdone, and because there is an incredibly nasty girl named Emma in my grade. I know many Emma's. I was lucky to be born in the late 90s so the names wasn't too popular at the time. I actually don't really like it that much, but strangely enough, I LOVE Emily. Emma originated as a diminutive for Germanic names beginning with the ermen root. Emma is also used as a diminutive of Emmeline, Amelia or any other name … Emma is simple but has deep history, is streamlined and modern-feeling yet distinctly feminine. I am usually the only one with the name Emma in the building! I also think that it makes a nice nickname for "Emily. I adore the name Emma so much, its popularity doesn't even bother me in the slightest! Parents who have turned from Emily to Emma seeking something more distinctive will have to keep looking. Emmaline, But, of course, these names might be poised to move up and take Emma's place near the top of the list. I'm called Emma and it's a really awkward name to have. I don't like it a lot.I don't HATE it . Though it's quite simple and traditional and easily to spell I rarely tell someone my name for them to get it right the first time as it's so similar to Emily, Ella, Ellie, Emmie, etc. Maybe it's where I grew up and where I live now...? Emma has become too popular in my opinion, though I still think it's a wonderful name. My sister answered to Emma, Emmie, Ellie, Ella, Emily, Amelie, Amelia, and so on. I simply adore this name. I've only met one little girl named Emma. As a kid I hated it but now I have made peace with my name but have always gone by Emma only Emma-Claire with some family members. If you think that, try to be named Mary or her variations that have been popular for centuries. Our aim is to make a positive impact on people’s lives everywhere by enhancing their sleep. haha yeah that was a mistake. it's nice". [1], It became popular in the United States later in the 20th century, reaching the top 100 names for girls in the late 1990s. Today, it is among the top names given to baby girls in countries like the United States, Canada, Russia, Australia, France, Germany, and many more countries. I used to be very neutral about this name, maybe even disliking it a little bit, but then I looked at it one day (I mean, REALLY looked at it) and realized how beautiful it was. Yet the only Emma I have met was one of those obnoxious, extroverted and loud types. Don't get the appeal; never have. No offense, but that's kind of rude to say. I'd use it for a future girl in a heartbeat! I don't care if it's popular. When I was maybe about 8 years old, a family moved in next-door with a young daughter called Charlotte, and the mother, Judy, was pregnant - and soon there were Charlotte and Emma. Unfortunately it is so popular - I wish it wouln't be. My now 12 year old daughter has no one at her school of 500 with this name but every year that we play on a softball team, we come across a few Emmas! Both names are extremely popular but the first time my co worker suggested Emma I just fell in love and couldn't see my Emma being named any other name. My name is Emma I was born in 2002 and have only ever met one other Emma before. Ever. Side note, my middle name is, Nicole - Jean and I think that's a go's good with Emma or just Emma Nicole or Emma Jean works good to. I am obsessed with Once Upon a Time, and the main character is named Emma. I'm impressed. Classic, pretty, elegant name, no wonder people love it! I think its popularity depends on regions and social circles. I like my name but I hate how popular it is! ", This is my name and I don't like it. It allows you to go beyond the similarities of a name, which can provide a lot of inspiration! It is accompanied by the lack of individualism. Emmelyn, I've always heard it's quite popular, but personally, I've only known a handful of other Emmas in my lifetime. I love having a name that no one ever misspells or gives me an awful nickname for haha. If ur trying to get something more unique, consider some less popular but similar names: Anya StellaEmberEmrahElsaEmmaline EmerEmery Ana, My name is Emma and I really love it! Use Emery, Emmaline or Emmalyn instead. Emma – The Sleep Company | 6.912 Follower auf LinkedIn To awaken people to the full potential of sleep. This name is so over-used. I was born in 1995 and at that time it wasn't that popular - my parents didn't know any Emma's accept for my great grandmother. I hate hearing it all of the time. Emmah, I don't give a crap that it's the number 1 name right now. Although Emma is an undisputed classic, it's nonetheless boring. Emma is a feminine given name. But they continue to feel like very similar names. I was born in Australia in 1989 and it was the third most popular girls name in my state that year. The feminine name Emma is derived from the German word “ermen,” which means Whole or Universal. In high school, i never had 1 class where I was the only Emma. Although, I'm hoping by the time I have kids (and we've got many years to go! Is that sarcasm or is it a mistake: 'I've vowed not to give my future children unique names'. Thanks for pointing that out to me! It isn't that popular, specially in certain countries. I know they're both really popular right now, especially Emma, but I can definitely see why. I don’t see the hype for this name and it’s way too common. Sep 18, 2020 - Explore XxoOoxX's board "Emma Watson - Nude", followed by 307 people on Pinterest. I know at least 7 Emmas, ranging in age from 18 to 2. I don't even know. My twin brother is called Danny and I think the names go well together too. I've only ever gone to school with one other Emma and we have been friends since we were 3! It's probably not that big everywhere, but it is still #1, so it's still really popular. It's simple and elegant. It began gaining popularity in the United Kingdom during the 1960s. That's what I call common! How Popular is the name Emma? Also I don't get that many people think of Emma as very pretty, because I'm not very attractive! It is derived from the Germanic word ermen meaning "whole" or "universal". Parents who love Emma but think it's overexposed have been moving to such alternatives as Amelia, Emilia, Amelie, Emmeline, and Ella. What if I said your name sounded like a fart? Both Emily & Emma are really lovely names. Not sure if I would like the names as much if I didn't have those associations. And now it's a total namecrush for me. Maybe as a nickname for Emmalee or Emalee, even though Emily is popular, Emily is less common than Emma.And you know how popular Emma is! This is my name! To rate names on Nameberry, please register for an account or log in to an existing account. I even got the most generic middle name for Emma...Grace. I think it deserves the popularity, Same! I haven't met as many other Emmas as I'd expect but those that I have often have the middle name Louise. I find it so boring and Meh. dont see the hype. Three of my friends are named Emma, and they're all amazing people. I love Emerald as an alternative, though - and Em and Emmy can still work as nicknames, or even Emma. I would love this name if it weren't so overused. Despite the popularity never met anyone named this. It's very common. Would you like to follow Emma? I agree! Your daughter would hate it. Emelina, Extreme popularity. I can see why it's so popular! I love it too! In fact, there where usually at least 3 of us. I literally googled middle names that sounds good with Emma and Grace came up. The Jane Austen novel 'Emma' is my personal favourite of hers, so that is another bonus for the name, and I can't see myself falling out of love with it, ever. Emma has done handsprings up the charts internationally thanks to a legion of Emma heroines, from Bovary to Goldman to Jane Austen's protagonist, along with famous modern Emmas such as Emma Stone and Emma Watson. Pretty name just wish it wasnt too popular. Emmalynn, It's such a pretty sweet name. I like this name, but don't love it. My name is Emma and I really like it. I think it is short and sweet but still has a lot of personality to it :), My name is Emma, and I absolutely adore it... it's simple, global, and fits any type of girl. I can think of 8 Emmas that i know right off the top of my head. I know at least 5 other Emmas so it can be a bit confusing when someone calls our name.I wish it wasn't so popular but I can understand why it is. Ema, © 2020 Nameberry.com. I know 7 Emma's in my grade at my school, not even counting the other classes :( I feel the same way about Ava, Sophia and Olivia! That's sad. If you like Emma but want something more distinctive, consider these choices. I think Emma is growing on me (because of the wonderful Emma Stone) but I still don't understand why everyone loves this name so much. Absolutely love the name Emma! It doesn't even sound like a name to me. This name became popular first in England and Austria in the 11th century. I think around the time that Ross and Rachel named their baby Emma on Friends is when the name really became popular. My name is Emma and I love it!!!! Emily and Emmaline or Emmelyn or Emilia just seem prettier. i dont think this name is pretty. It's also at the top of the list of the many fashionable girl names starting with E, which also includes Ella, Eleanor, and Eliza. The oldest woman in the world right now is named Emma. I can see the appeal, but I just don't like it. I would either pair it with another four-letter name for balance - Emma Faye, Emma Hope, Emma Jane, Emma Kate, Emma Lois, Emma Rose - or something spectacular - Emma Aurelia, Emma Bryony, Emma Persephone, Emma Rosamond, Emma Seraphine, Emma Zuleika. They'll always be in my girls' name top 5. The name Emma is a girl's name of German origin meaning "universal".. Emma originated as a diminutive for Germanic names beginning with the ermen root. I might not consider this name for a few years to come and by then the hype for this name should be over. Oh! But, when you add another syllable or two like Emmalyn or Emmabeth, it still doesn't work. Sorry for the rant. I just wish it wasn't so dang popular. Enna is a nice, less popular, similar name too Emma, too! Hate that these names are so beautiful but extremely common. I think that, before I met those girls, I was slightly more in love with the name Emily, which is also now super popular - but the shift that happened, at that time, has led me to place Emma as the firm favourite. It's elegant, short and sweet and simple, with a lot of character in its two syllables. Emmye, I can totally see why it's so popular now. Emma has now been the top baby girl name in the United States for four years in a row, claiming the crown again for 2018. It is derived from the Germanic word ermen meaning "whole" or "universal". There honestly isn't a single name for either gender that I adore more than Emma! One of my many favorite girl names. A very old royal name well used throughout the centuries—Queen Emma married King Ethelred the Unready in 1002—Emma is also historically associated with Lady Hamilton, the mistress of Lord Nelson and muse of painter George Romney. I used to hate it for being so "plain" but as I've gotten older I have really come to appreciate the simplicity of it. Emelyne, I met many more Emilys growing up. I love the name, and think it's beautiful! I don't really like this name because it is too short. I reluctantly replaced Micheline (which I decided was atrocious on the character) with Emma. Very overused. We disrupt sleep by pushing the boundaries of what technology can do for rest. Emma was given a big boost among popular baby names when it was given to Rachel and Ross's baby on Friends in 2002. I might use Emma as a middle name to honor them. They're going to have to go as Emma B., Emma S., and Emma T. for example, for quite some time unfortunately. I don't understand the love for this name, it reminds me of something a baby says because they can't pronounce your real name. Emmie, Short and simple and is so sweet and yet classic! The more I hear it on the show, the more I love it!


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