A rarely used Em- name, Ema is a multicultural choice fit for a world traveler. It’s found in Germany, Spain, Romania, but has a lot of recognition in Japan because of its association with the wooden plaques Shinto worshipers use to write prayers, and it has also bled into the booming anime community.
- german: Universal
- japanese: Wooden plaque Shinto worshipers record prayers on
- romanian: Beloved
- spanish: Rival
Voice actress Ema Kogure, Cricket player Ema Kuribayashi, Manga artist Ema Toyama, Tennis player Ema Burgic, Skier Ema Klinec