Amelia

Possibly the Latin feminine form of Aemilius or a combination of Emelia and Amalia. The name has been used for the title character in the novel "Amelia" by Henry Fielding and for a character in the book "Vanity Fair." Associated with Amelia Bloomer a 19th century women's rights and temperance advocate and famed aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, who became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

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Girls: Ranked #17 in 2013
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