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StDogolphin Thu 03-Mar-16 14:34:08


StealthPolarBear Thu 03-Mar-16 14:35:59



Pepperpot99 Thu 03-Mar-16 14:35:59

Emm- e - leen

Gracey79 Thu 03-Mar-16 14:36:10

Emma-lean (I'm northern though)

BendydickCuminsnatch Thu 03-Mar-16 14:36:33


VirginiaWoofs Thu 03-Mar-16 14:44:15

Emma - line

elQuintoConyo Thu 03-Mar-16 14:45:27


It's cute!

StealthPolarBear Thu 03-Mar-16 14:50:33

Makes me think of the song. "I'm gonna make you the biggest star the world has ever seen"
Get out the cardboard, scissors and the glitter glue smile

AliciaMayEmory Thu 03-Mar-16 14:52:22

Emma lean. I had a friend as a kid called this. I like it.

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Thu 03-Mar-16 15:04:15


Sophronia Thu 03-Mar-16 15:48:48

Emma-learn, but I know one who pronounces it Emma-lyn

Sophronia Thu 03-Mar-16 15:49:04

*leen not learn

lljkk Thu 03-Mar-16 15:55:35

Emma Line.
Does it matter?

Jemimapuddleduk Thu 03-Mar-16 15:55:54

The one at my children's nursery is pronounced emme-line

mangocoveredlamb Thu 03-Mar-16 16:00:19

U.K. Pronounciation is Emma Lean (based on the a a Milne poem, Emmeline to rhyme with queen)

US pronounciation is Emma Line.

I think!!

mangocoveredlamb Thu 03-Mar-16 16:00:47

Basically you can pronounce it however you want!

GooseFriend Thu 03-Mar-16 16:02:58

Emma line

ABitAsleep Thu 03-Mar-16 16:04:35


OvO Thu 03-Mar-16 16:07:47

Emm e lean
Or maybe
Emmy lean

There's definitely an e sound when I say it rather than an a.

AuntieStella Thu 03-Mar-16 16:10:36


(the 'uh' being schwa)

DontKillMyVibe Thu 03-Mar-16 21:10:52

Emma-line. The second syllable sounding the same as Caroline.

NadiaWadia Thu 03-Mar-16 21:49:20

Emma leen

Gummibearchen Fri 04-Mar-16 13:53:04

Where does the 'a' come from that some of you are adding? To me it is
like it is written, Emm-e-leen!

Thurlow Fri 04-Mar-16 13:55:47


NadiaWadia Fri 04-Mar-16 19:38:57

Gummi The point is that the first part of the name is pronounced the same as 'Emma'. Plus 'leen'. I suppose strictly speaking it is not actually an 'a' sound, but more like 'Emm-uh'. But that's the same with every name ending in 'a', and everyone knows what is meant, I would have thought.

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