Emma

[em-uh]
noun
a female given name, form of Erma.
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Emma

[em-uh]
noun
a novel (1815) by Jane Austen.
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emma
1891, British telephone and radio enunciation of M to avoid confusion with N.
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Emma bull also refers to hoodoo in her novel bone dance a fantasy for technophiles.
The founders of these denominations all studied with emma curts hopkins.
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