101 Cute Middle Names For Emma

101 Cute Middle Names For Emma

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Finding that perfect name for your little girl can be a very stressful and worrying time for many parents. Even when you think that you are in the home straight with the perfect first name you realize that you have to start the process all over again to find that complimentary middle name.

We have put together some of our favorite middle names for Emma. They range from the more classic to some truly unique and wonderful names. With such a wide range there is sure to be something that takes your fancy.

What Does The Name Emma Mean

Emma is a name with English origins but that also has roots in an old Germanic word that means ‘whole’ or ‘universal’.

Its popularity began in England when Emma of Normandy married the English kings Aethelred II and later Cnut the Great. The name was also popular due to its use by authors such as Jane Austen, who created the character Emma Woodhouse in her 1816 novel, Emma.

The name is often used on its own or as the diminutive form of Emily. Famous Emma’s include Emma Stone, Emma Roberts, Emma Watson, and Emma Lazurus.

Middle Names For Emma

  1. Emma Adeline
  2. Emma Ainsley
  3. Emma Alexandra
  4. Emma Amanda
  5. Emma Anne
  6. Emma Arabella
  7. Emma Aurora
  8. Emma Beatrice
  9. Emma Belle
  10. Emma Beth
  11. Emma Bethany
  12. Emma Brielle
  13. Emma Brooke
  14. Emma Caitlin
  15. Emma Candice
  16. Emma Caroline
  17. Emma Cassidy
  18. Emma Cate
  19. Emma Catherine
  20. Emma Charlotte
  21. Emma Christine
  22. Emma Claire
  23. Emma Clarissa
  24. Emma Constance
  25. Emma Coralie
  26. Emma Daphne
  27. Emma Dee
  28. Emma Delaney
  29. Emma Diana
  30. Emma Dorothy
  31. Emma Elena
  32. Emma Elizabeth
  33. Emma Eloise
  34. Emma Evangeline
  35. Emma Faith
  36. Emma Fay
  37. Emma Felicity
  38. Emma Florence
  39. Emma Gail
  40. Emma Grace
  41. Emma Haley
  42. Emma Harley
  43. Emma Harriet
  44. Emma Heidi
  45. Emma Holly
  46. Emma Hope
  47. Emma Isabelle
  48. Emma Jacqueline
  49. Emma Jade
  50. Emma Jane
  51. Emma Jasmine
  52. Emma Jean
  53. Emma Jo
  54. Emma Josephine
  55. Emma Joy
  56. Emma Joyce
  57. Emma June
  58. Emma Justine
  59. Emma Kate
  60. Emma Kathryn
  61. Emma Katriel
  62. Emma Kay
  63. Emma Kim
  64. Emma Laine
  65. Emma Lilac
  66. Emma Lillian
  67. Emma Louisa
  68. Emma Louise
  69. Emma Lucinda
  70. Emma Lucy
  71. Emma Lynne
  72. Emma Madison
  73. Emma Margaret
  74. Emma Margery
  75. Emma Marie
  76. Emma May
  77. Emma Natalie
  78. Emma Nicole
  79. Emma Olivia
  80. Emma Paige
  81. Emma Pearl
  82. Emma Rachel
  83. Emma Rae
  84. Emma Reid
  85. Emma Renee
  86. Emma Rose
  87. Emma Ruby
  88. Emma Ruth
  89. Emma Simone
  90. Emma Skye
  91. Emma Sophia
  92. Emma Sue
  93. Emma Tate
  94. Emma Taylor
  95. Emma Vanessa
  96. Emma Victoria
  97. Emma Violet
  98. Emma Vivienne
  99. Emma Whitney
  100. Emma Willow
  101. Emma Zoe

Finding The Right Middle Name

For some parents finding the perfect middle names is just as important as finding the first name.

While other parents allow themselves to have a little more fun when choosing a middle name as they feel they are slightly less important as it is not the name the child will use every day.

But with that said, don’t let the wrong middle name take away from all your hard work finding the perfect first name for your little one.

If you really fancy a challenge, you could opt for two middle names. In the US, you’re legally required to have a first name and a surname on your birth certificate. Anything after that is simply down to personal choice.

Where To Look For Inspiration

As it’s been said most people do not use their middle name on a daily basis so you can take a step away from the more traditional names and opt for something that is a little more unconventional.

Here are a few ideas of where to look for middle names if you are looking for some inspiration.

Family Tradition

The most common place to start for most people is with your own family. Many families have a tradition of passing down a middle name from one generation to another or choosing a middle name that begins with a certain letter.

While you may decide to honor a relative by using their name as the middle name. This could be a grandparents, aunt, uncle, or even a maiden name.

Take a good look into your family history and you’re sure to find a name that is both perfect for your child and connects them to their family heritage, even before they are old enough to understand the connection.

Two Is Better Than One

Maybe you and your partner had a first name choice that was pipped at the post for a variety of reasons.

The middle name may be a way to use that second place first name in your baby’s full name as their middle name. As most first names also make great middle names, there’s nothing to worry about.

Memories Or Place Names

Celebrities are not the only people who can use place names for their children’s names. They are actually quite trendy at the moment.

So if you and your partner have a special place that holds some fond memories or a favorite destination, go for it.

If you are still looking for inspiration and don’t fancy going down the place name route you could always look to your favorite tv series, game or genre. Check out our Harry Potter inspired names, gothic names or anime names.

What To Be Careful Of When Choosing The Perfect Middle Name

Middle names are an opportunity to be a little wilder and daring with your children’s names. AFter all, it is not the name they will be using every day.

This is why you often find people with some weird and wonderful middle names that their parents just couldn’t let go of but also couldn’t justify as a first name. There are a few things that you need to consider when choosing a perfect middle name:

Potential For An Unfortunate Nickname

You need to put yourself into the mind of a child and think as they do. If you can think up some cruel and not very nice names to tease your child, then you can bet that any child in the playground can too.

Initials

Remember that your children’s initials will often be written down on display so you need to ensure that they do not spell out any unfortunate words.

With Emma as a first name, there is a slim chance that their initials could potentially spell out some less than desirable words. But you still need to consider it.

Flow Of Entire Name

When you decide on the perfect first name, along with the perfect middle name, and of course you already know the surname, you need to check that it all flows together and is not too clunky when you say it out loud.

If you have any doubts get a second opinion from family and friends and say the full name in conversation.

If the name sounds clunky or you are tripping over your words, there’s a pretty good chance that it is not the right combination of names.

Different Ways To Spell Emma

We have found a few very rare and unusual ways to spell Emma. Here are some of our favorites:

  1. Emmh
  2. Emha
  3. Eema
  4. Emea
  5. Emmia

Cute Sibling Names That Go With Emma

If you have more than one child, finding a name that goes well together is another important factor that you may need to consider.

Remember that you will probably say your little one’s names a million times together so it is important that they flow well. Here are a few suggestions for sibling names that work well together.

  1. Emma and Jackson
  2. Emma and Liam
  3. Emma and Benjamin
  4. Emma and Charlie
  5. Emma and Harrison
  6. Emma and Alice
  7. Emma and Cora
  8. Emma and Georgia
  9. Emma and Lucy
  10. Emma and Phoebe

The Final Thought

So that brings us to the end of our list of 101 middle names for Emma.

Hopefully, you have found the perfect middle name for your little princess. But if not there is no need to worry as you should now know whether you are looking for a classic or unique name and there is plenty of names still out there to try.

Hi, I'm Emma and I'm a mother to 5 beautiful children aged from 1 to 21 years old- life is hectic! I have learned so much along the way, not only from my own children but also through my professional life. In my positions as a Childminder and Teaching Assistant, I have studied Child Development and The Early Years Developing Practice. I wish to share all of this knowledge and help you with your own parenting journey!

Hi, I'm Emma and I'm a mother to 5 beautiful children aged from 1 to 21 years old- life is hectic! I have learned so much along the way, not only from my own children but also through my professional life. In my positions as a Childminder and Teaching Assistant, I have studied Child Development and The Early Years Developing Practice. I wish to share all of this knowledge and help you with your own parenting journey!