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521 Emeline Teutonic Hard working. F
522 Emelye English From the Latin Aemilia, the feminine form of the Roman clan name Aemilius, anglicized by Chaucer. F
523 Emelyn English Variant of the French Emmeline, which ultimately derives from the Old German 'amal' meaning labor. F
524 Emelyn French Hardworking. Variant of Emily, from an Old German variant of Emmeline. F
525 Emera Latin Worthy of merit. F
526 Emerald English The gemstone emerald. F
527 Emerald Spanish The prized green emerald gemstone. F
528 Emeraude French Emerald. F
529 Emere Maori Maori form of Emily. F

530 Emesta Spanish Serious. F
531 Emesta Teutonic Directed. F
532 Emestina German Serious. F
533 Emestine German Serious. F
534 Emestine Teutonic Directed. F
535 Emilee Latin Industrious; striving. F
536 Emilia German Variant of Emily. F
537 Emilia Italian Italian form of Emily: industrious. F
538 Emilia Latin Industrious; striving. F
539 Emilia Shakespearean 'The Winter's Tale' A lady attending on the Queen. 'The Tragedy of Othello, Moor of Venice' Wife to Iago, and lady-in-waiting to Desdemona. F
540 Emilia Spanish Flattering. F