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  1. #16
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    I say Emilia as ee-mee-lee-uh
    I say Amelia as uh-mee-lee-uh
    19 year old name lover
    Currently obsessed with Charlotte Eve & Jude Oliver
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  2. #18
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    Eh-MIL-ee-uh (eh like Emily)
    I've never even heard the name spoken out loud though. I think it's pretty either way!

  3. #20
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    (Eh-meel-e-uh) as opposed to Amelia (Uh-meel-e-uh)
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  4. #22
    Thanks to everyone for their input so far. I am feeling very reassured now! I love this name so much

  5. #24
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    I say eh-MEAL-ee-yah. It's definitely not a strong "MEE" sound, but it's not a "MILL" sound, either. It's kind of in between the two, and sounds pretty close to how I say "meal", that's why I spelled it that way. It may not make too much of a difference for other accents, but it does mine. LOVE Emilia, btw. It's one of my favorites!
    Lise
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