[ 5 syll. e-mi-lia-no, em-ili-ano ] The baby boy name Emiliano is pronounced as eh-Miy-Liy-AA-Now †. Emiliano is used predominantly in the Italian and Spanish languages, and its origin is Latin. It is from the element 'aemulus' which means imitating, rivaling. The first name is derived from Aemilianus (Latin), a Roman family name and derivative of Aemilius. The French form Émilien was borne by various early minor saints, making it popular among Christians.
Emiliano is a variant (Italian and Spanish) of Emil.
The name Emilia (English, Hungarian, Italian, Finnish, German, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scandinavian, and Spanish) is the female version of Emiliano.
Aymil, Emilian (English and Romanian), Emilianus, Emilion, Emilyan, Emlyn (Welsh), Émilien (French), Millà (Catalan), and Yemelyan (Russian) are variants of Emiliano. Milan (Czech, Indian, Slavic, and Spanish pet form) is another variant of Emiliano.
Emiliano is fairly popular as a baby name for boys, and it is also viewed as fairly trendy. The name's popularity has been increasing since the 1990s. At the modest height of its usage in 2010, 0.071% of baby boys were given the name Emiliano. Its ranking then was #241. In 2012, its usage was 0.056% and its ranking #302, and it was the most commonly used within all boy names in its group.
† English pronunciation for Emiliano: EH as in "ebb (EH.B)" ; M as in "me (M.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; OW as in "oak (OW.K)"
A famous person named Emiliano is Emiliano Zapata, Revolutionary, born 8 August 1879 - 10 April 1919, Anenecuilco, Morelos, Mexico.