The princess Emelia despised her weak, faint nature. Desiring to free herself from the need for constant protection, she snuck away to the battlefield. Yet even there her kingdom's soldiers saw her as naught but a frail girl, fighting fiercely to protect her from the enemy. Emilia witnessed how they saw defending her as an irrefutable duty, and she resolved to become strong, so that no longer would she place such a weighty burden on her people.
Emelia is an English femininem name of Latin origin; the meaning is "rival; laborious; eager". It is derived from the Latin name Aemilia, feminine form of the old Roman surname Aemilius, with the root word aemulus, meaning "imitating, rivaling". A variant form of the English, German, Dutch, Italian, Latin, and Spanish Amelia and English Emily.