|Number in U.S||👶 860,000|
|Rate in 2021||63|
|Name origin||🌍 English|
The name is Emily is named from the Roman family name Aemilius. The Aemilius family was powerful in ancient Rome. The name may come from the Latin word annulus meaning “rival,” or the Greek word meaning “wily” or “persuasive.”
The female name Emily means "working woman" and is associated with effort and economic prosperity, which is why many parents chose this name for their daughters. On the other hand, Emily or Emilia, in Spanish, has its masculine version, Emilio, and its meaning would be the same adapted to its gender, that is, "working man".
The name Emily comes from the Latin "Aemilius", a word that literally means "hard-working", hence the meaning of the name Emily is "working woman". However, some studies suggest that Emily comes from the Greek "Aimilios", which means "kind"; although there is no real indication that this is the case.
Note: Please also check your spam or junk email folder.