A male given name of Latin origin, an anglicized spelling of French Ã‰mile. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Emile
Emile was excited to try his own capabilities, and soon presented to his friends the manuscript of _Emile_, a story, the principal parts of which were true records of his own life.
The atmosphere of working class Munich is well-conveyed, reminding me of L'Assommoir and Nana in Emile Zola's Rougon-Macquart series, which explored poverty and squalor in Paris 50 years before the events of ICE COLD.
In 1904, she and Pierre saw the prospect for the financial support of their institute in Emile Armet de Lisle's attempts to market radium salts.
In a word Emile is possessed of all that portion of virtue which concerns himself.
Masked Marksman: 26 Corpse Without a Coffin - Emile C. Tepperman