Creative Ways to Get to Gem/Em

My name is [name]Emily[/name] so any names that are too similar, such as [name]Gemma[/name], [name]Emmeline[/name], [name]Emma[/name] etc are out. I like the idea of keeping my old nicknames, which were [name]Em/name, and [name]Gem[/name]. I’m not into unisex names, or boy names (so long [name]Emmett[/name]), and would like your help! So far I’ve thought of [name]Clementine[/name] and [name]Jemima[/name], and I can’t see myself using [name]Clementine[/name] because of the fruit. [name]Jemima[/name] is a possibility because I feel that it has a stronger background. Any more ideas?

You could use initials like [name]Eliza[/name] [name]Morgan[/name] “[name]EM[/name]” or [name]Georgia[/name] [name]Maeve[/name] “[name]Gem[/name]”. You could also use an M name and nickname her M ([name]Em[/name].)

There’s also [name]Emerald[/name], [name]Ember[/name], [name]Emerson[/name], [name]Temperance[/name], or [name]Boheme[/name] ([name]Bo[/name]-[name]Em[/name]).

For [name]Gem[/name], you could name her [name]Ruby[/name], [name]Pearl[/name], or [name]Opal[/name] and she would be your little [name]Gem[/name].

I think you could use either nickname with [name]Imogen[/name].

Good luck!

These contain [name]Gem[/name]:

[name]Gemella[/name] – means twin
Gemila – means beautiful
[name]Gemina[/name] – means twin
Shigemi – means luxuriant beauty (it’s interesting, but might be too much for you)

These contain [name]Jem[/name]:

[name]Jemsa[/name] – means precious stone
[name]Jemima[/name] – which you’ve already said and is nice

Contains [name]Em[/name]:

Akemi – beautifully bright
Chemarin – girl in black
[name]Clematia[/name] – climbing plant
[name]Clemence[/name] – merciful
Clemira – brilliant princess
[name]Dema[/name] – forgetful one
[name]Demetria[/name] – follower of [name]Demeter[/name]
[name]Demi[/name] – half; follower of [name]Demeter[/name]
Ellema – dairy farmer
[name]Emani[/name] – belief, faith
[name]Euphemia[/name] – sweetly spoken

Also, names like [name]Imogen[/name] can still have [name]Em[/name] as a nickname as Im and [name]Em[/name] make the same sound.