The word "Again" on the title above is not leading to a negative tendency at all, even on the contrary, that there is something really special (again) on the figure of Emily Deschanel. It's not about her beautiful face or the color spectrum in her sparkling eyes, which is Icy bluish-green who could make the heart of a man who made an eye contact with Emily Deschanel will be felt beating. Rather, on her first name: Emily.
Each female name given by parents to their baby, must have a good meaning. The name can be associated to the wisdom, gentleness, generosity, modesty, and much more as a reflection of something good. Including one of them is the beauty and art. Related to the last two associations, Did you know that the name of Emily is one of them?.
There are a lot of female names that sounded beautiful and artistic, but really not much that felt just right with the woman. And for the figure of Emily Erin Deschanel, apparently, between the word or name of Emily that represent the beauty and art with its person (or her), is to have a high level of fitness. A beautiful name, and the person is also beautiful (particularly Emily Deschanel's face). The name of Emily also became a vital factor that has built an image on the figure of Emily Deschanel, especially in terms of Emily Deschanel popularity.
|Emily Deschanel face represents a high level of fitness between the first name of Emily and her (the person)|
|The name of Emily also has literary associations, evoking images of a woman who is both beautiful and smart|
1. Fact on Wikipedia's Emily (given name)
Emily is a feminine name derived from the Roman feminine name Aemilia. The Latin name Aemilia in turn may derive from the Latin word aemulus (or from the same root as aemulus), meaning "rival", but this may be a folk etymology.
"Emily also has literary associations, including Emily Dickinson, evoking images of a woman who is both beautiful and smart," noted a May 11, 2008, Associated Press article.
2. Fact on Wiktionary's Emily
Emily in Quotations:
1380s-1390s, Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales: The Knight's Tale
I am thy mortal foe, and it am I
That so hot loveth Emily the bright,
That I would die here present in her sight.
1830 Mary Russell Mitford, Our Village: Fourth Series: Cottage Names:
People will please their fancies, and every lady has her favourite names. I myself have several, and they are mostly short and simple. - - - Emily, in which all womanly sweetness seems bound up - perhaps this is the effect of association of ideas - I have known so many charming Emilys
2010 Joanne Harris, blueeyedboy, Doubleday, ISBN 9780385609500, page 102:
Emily. Em-il-y, three syllables, like a knock on the door of destiny. Such an odd, old-fashioned name, compared to those Kylies and Traceys and Jades — names that reeked of Impulse and grease and stood out in gaudy neon colours — whilst hers was that muted, dusky pink, like bubblegum, like roses —
From the two facts above, note carefully and underline the phrase: "a Woman who is both beautiful and smart" in the first quote. That is the figure of Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan, as played by Emily Deschanel in Bones is not it?. Indirectly, it shows there is a correlation with the essence of beauty between: Emily, Emily Deschanel and Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan.
Due to the artistic meaning of the name Emily, the name has become very popular in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. First female name of Emily also has a meaning, both etymologically and historically.
But Have Emily Deschanel herself knows about this?.