- a female given name.
Also Em·e·lin [em-uh-lin] /ˈɛm əˌlɪn/, Em·e·li·na [em-uh-lee-nuh, -lahy-nuh] /ˌɛm əˈli nə, -ˈlaɪ nə/.
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Examples from the Web for emeline
Performance by Haitian Singer/Songwriter Emeline Michel Haitian Singer/Songwriter Emeline Michel caps off the summit with a song.Women in the World: The Full Program
The Daily Beast Video
March 25, 2010
A Women in the World performance by Haitian singing star Emeline Michel, honoring the lost women's movement heroines of Haiti.The Heart of Haiti: In Memoriam
The Daily Beast
March 9, 2010
Emeline was lookin' at me and seemin'ly waitin' for me to say somethin'; yet I couldn't say it.
Emeline, I believe you was worried about me, same as I was about you.
At any rate, he must get to Judge Gould's before Emeline and her brother-in-law left there.
It's a comfort to be able to say somethin' besides 'Don't, Emeline!'
The door opened and Emeline Berry appeared on the threshold.