Emilian


Gender: Masculine
Origin: Latin
Meaning: “rival.”

The name is derived from the Roman cognomen, Aemilianus, which is derived from the Latin, aemulus, meaning “rival.”

Emilian is currently the 146th most popular male name in Germany, (2011) while Émilien is the 174th most popular male name in France, (2009).

Other forms of the name include:

  • Emilian Емилиан (Bulgarian/German/Polish/Romanian)
  • Émilien (French)
  • Emilián (Hungarian)
  • Emilían (Icelandic)
  • Emiliano (Italian/Spanish)
  • Aemilianus (Latin)
  • Yemelyan Емельян (Russian)
  • Omelan Омелян (Ukrainian)
  • Emlyn (Welsh)

Feminine forms include:

  • Emiliána (Hungarian)
  • Emilíana (Icelandic)
  • Emiliana (Italian/Polish/Romanian/Spanish)
  • Émilienne (French)
  • Aemiliana (Latin)
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