'Emma' can also refer to...

Edith Emma Cooper (1862—1913)

(Elizabeth) Emma Soyer (1813—1842) portrait and figure painter

Emily Emma Maude Jackson (1845—1898) litigant for the rights of married women



Emma Aisbett

Emma Albani (1847—1930) singer

Emma Albertazzi (1814—1847) singer

Emma Amos (b. 1938)

Emma Anne Paterson (1848—1886) trade unionist

Emma Barton (1872—1938)

Emma Borg

Emma Bridges

Emma Bunton (b. 1976)

Emma Calvé (1858—1942)

Emma Carelli (1877—1928)

Emma Carus (1879—1927)

Emma Catherine Embury (1806—1863)

Emma Chichester Clark (b. 1955)

Emma Climie

Emma Cons (1838—1912) social reformer and theatre manager

Emma Conti

Emma Cooke (b. 1934)

Emma Davie

Emma Dench

Emma Donoghue (b. 1969)

Emma Dunham Kelley

Emma E. A. Cohen

Emma Eames (1865—1952)


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Emma-O,' derived from the Sanskrit Yama, is the Japanese Buddhist Lord of Jigoku, or Hell. Emma judges souls and places them in hells appropriate to their crimes. In this context ...

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