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Emory

Emory Meaning and Origin

Emory is a unisex name of German, English origin, meaning “head of the household.” The name Emory has multiple possible origins. One common origin is from the Old English surname “Emery,” derived from the Germanic personal name “Emmerich.” This name combines the elements “amal,” meaning “work,” and “ric,” meaning “ruler” or “king.” Another possible origin is from the Germanic word “aimar,” which means “home” or “power.” Emory can also be associated with the French surname “d’Amory,” which means “from Amory,” a place name in France. Emory has a long history as both a given name and a surname. It originated as a surname in medieval England and later evolved into a popular given name. Emory gained popularity in the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries and has remained in use ever since. While it is not among the most common names, it has a timeless and enduring appeal. Emory has a few variations and similar names that you might find interesting. Some variations include Emery, Emmerich, and Amory. Similar names that share similar qualities or sounds include Avery, Emerson, Rory, and Corey.

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