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Emma

Originally a shortened form of the medieval names Irmgard and Ermintrude that was introduced to Britain by the Normans. Used by English writer Jane Austen for the title character of her 19th century novel that was adapted into a movie in 1996. Also the name of Rachel's baby on the TV show "Friends." Listed among the top 100 since 1973 and is often combined with other names such as Emma Justine, Emma Marie, and Emma Rose. Universal

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