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Origin of the name EMILIA.
Etymology of the name EMILIA.
Meaning of the baby name EMILIA.


EMILIA.  From Latin Æmilia (q.v.), meaning "work."  This is the name of the heroine in Boccaccio's Teseide. (History of Christian Names, Yonge, 1884).  Usage: Hungary (Emília), Italy, Slovakia (Emília).
    Emília Rotter (d. 2003), was a Hungarian pair skater.  Emília Vášaryová, a Slovak actress. (Wiki)

    93. Emilia.  Tragedy by Mark Anthony Meilan. 8vo. No date. [1771.]  The man who can keep his eyes open over this and the other dramatic pieces by our author, might rival the watchfulness of Argus, and set the strongest dose of opium at defiance.  When summing and writing masters would appear as poets, we may truly observe with Horace, Optat ephippia bos piger.--Though turn-spits are occasionally called Caesar and Pompey, we cannot help grudging the name of the gallant triumvir to this scribbler of dull plays and teacher of multiplication.  The hint of his piece was taken from The Spectator, No. 491. (Biographia Dramatica: Names of Dramas: A-L, Reed-Jones, 1812)


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