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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 E'jaaz Muslim Miracle. Astonishment.. M
2 E'temaad Muslim Variant of E'temad: Faith. Trust.. M

3 E'temad Muslim Faith. Trust.. M
4 Ea Celtic Fire. M
5 Ea Irish Fire. M
6 Eachan Irish Horseman. M
7 Eachann Gaelic Steadfast. M
8 Eachann Greek Steadfast. M
9 Eachann Irish Horse-lover. M
10 Eachthighearn Gaelic Horse lord. M
11 Eadbard Irish Variant of Eadbhard: Rich protector. M
12 Eadbeorht English Wealthy. M
13 Eadbert Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M

14 Eadbhard Irish Rich protector. M
15 Eadburt English Wealthy. M
16 Eadelmarr English Noble. M
17 Eaden Hebrew Variant of Eden: Delight. M
18 Eadgar English An Old English name meaning rich or happy (ead), and spear (gar). M
19 Eadgard Anglo-Saxon Lucky spearman. M
20 Eadger English Wealthy spear. M
21 Eadig Anglo-Saxon Blessed. M
22 Eadin Hebrew Variant of Eden: Delight. M
23 Eadlyn Anglo-Saxon Wealthy friend. M
24 Eadmund English Happy defender. An Old English name formed from a compound of ead, meaning rich or happy, and mund, meaning protection. M
25 Eadric English Wealthy ruler. M
26 Eadsele English From Edward's estate. M
27 Eadward Anglo-Saxon Guardian. M
28 Eadward English Wealthy guardian. M
29 Eadwardsone English Son of Edward. M
30 Eadweald English Wealthy ruler. M
31 Eadweard English Wealthy guardian. A compound of eud, meaning rich or happy, and weard, meaning guardian. M
32 Eadwiella English From the old spring. M
33 Eadwine English Wealthy friend. An Old English name compounded from ead, meaning rich or happy, and wine, meaning friend. M
34 Eadwyn Anglo-Saxon Valued. M
35 Eadwyn English Wealthy friend. M
36 Eagan Irish Fiery; forceful. M
37 Eagon Irish Fiery. M
38 Eairrdsidh Scottish Truly brave. M
39 Eairrsidh Scottish Variant of Eairrdsidh: Truly brave. M
40 Ealadhach Gaelic Genius. M
41 Ealahweemah NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning sleep. M
42 Ealaot Wadass NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning earth. M
43 Ealaothek Kaunis NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning birds landing. M
44 Ealdian Anglo-Saxon Live long. M
45 Ealdun English From the elves'valley. M
46 Ealdwode English From the old forest. M
47 Ealhdun English From the elves'valley. M
48 Ealhhard English Brave. M
49 Eallair Scottish Monastery's steward. M
50 Eallard English Brave. M
51 Eallison English Son of Elder. M
52 Ealuvig Gaelic Ruler of the home. M
53 Eaman Gaelic Earnest. M
54 Eames Irish 'Prosperous protector.' Variant of Edmund. M
55 Eamon Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
56 Eamon French Variant of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
57 Eamon Gaelic Rich protector. M
58 Eamon Irish Guardian. The Irish form of Edmund. Famous bearer: Irish statesman Eamon Dc Valera; Eamonn Andrews, presenter of the television programme 'This Is Your Life'. M
59 Eamonn French Variant of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
60 Eamonn Gaelic Rich protector. M
61 Eamonn Irish Variant of Eamon: Wealthy protector. M
62 Eanraig Scottish Home ruler. M
63 Eanrin Gaelic Handsome. M
64 Eanruig Scottish Rules the home. M
65 Eapalekthiloom NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning mound of clouds. M
66 Ear Scottish From the east. M
67 Earc Irish Red. M
68 Eardley English English place name and surname. M
69 Eardly English Variant of Eardley: English place name and surname. M
70 Earh Anglo-Saxon Coward. M
71 Earie Scottish From the east. M
72 Earl Anglo-Saxon Chief. M
73 Earl English Nobleman. Based on the English title of Earl. Famous bearer: jazz pianist Earl 'Fatha' Hines;. M
74 Earle Anglo-Saxon Chief. M
75 Earle English Variant of Earl: Noble leader. M
76 Earlie English Variant of Earl: Noble leader. M
77 Early English Variant of Earl: Noble leader. M
78 Earm Anglo-Saxon Wretched. M
79 Earnan Irish Knowing. M
80 Earnest English Variant of Ernest: Earnest. M
81 Earnest German Serious; determined. M
82 Earvin English Friend. Variant of Irving. M
83 Earwin Welsh White river. M
84 Earwine English Friend of the sea. M
85 Earwine Welsh White river. M
86 Earwyn English Friend of the sea. M
87 Easau Muslim Variant of Issa: The Biblical Jesus is the English language equivalent. A Prophet's name.. M
88 Easter English From the name of the Christian festival, which is based on Eostre, the name of a Germanic spring goddess. Sometimes also used as a variant of Esther. M
89 Easton English From East town. Surname. M
90 Eaton English From the riverside village. M
91 Eatton English Variant of Eaton: River town. M
92 Eatun English From the riverside village. M
93 Eawart English Shepherd. M
94 Ebal Biblical Ancient heaps. M
95 Eban Hebrew Variant of Eben: Stone. M
96 Ebbaneza Hebrew Variant of Ebenezer: Rock that helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge was the main character of Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol'. M
97 Ebbe Scandinavian Variant of Esbjorn: Divine bear. M
98 Ebed Biblical A servant, laborer. M
99 Ebed-melech Biblical The king's servant. M
100 Eben Hebrew Stone. M
101 Eben-ezer Biblical The stone of help. M
102 Ebena Hawaiian Variant of Epena: Stone. M
103 Ebeneezer Hebrew Variant of Ebenezer: Rock that helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge was the main character of Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol'. M
104 Ebeneser Hebrew Variant of Ebenezer: Rock that helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge was the main character of Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol'. M
105 Ebenezar Hebrew Variant of Ebenezer: Rock that helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge was the main character of Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol'. M
106 Ebenezeer Hebrew Variant of Ebenezer: Rock that helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge was the main character of Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol'. M
107 Ebenezer Hebrew Rock or stone of help. Famous bearer: the Old Testament Samuel gave the name Ebenezer to a stone set up in recognition of God's assistance in defeating the Philistines; miserly Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens' novel A Chnsitmas Carol'. M
108 Eber Biblical One that passes, anger. M
109 Eberhard German Strong as a boar. M
110 Eberhardt German Strong as a boar. M
111 Ebiasaph Biblical A father that gathers or adds M
112 Ebisu Japanese Japanese god of labour and luck. M
113 Ebo African Ghanian name given to a child born on Tuesday. M
114 Ebo Egyptian Born on Tuesday. M
115 Ebronah Biblical Passage over, being angry. M
116 Eburhard German Boar hard. Old German, from 'ebur hardu'. M
117 Eburhardt German Strong as a boar. M
118 Eburscon Celtic Lives near the yew tree estate. M
119 Ecclesiastes Biblical A preacher M
120 Ecgbeorht English Intelligent. M
121 Ecgfrith Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
122 Eckerd German Sacred. M
123 Ector ArthurianLegend Father of Arthur. M
124 Ed Biblical Witness M
125 Ed English Diminutive of Edwin: Rich in friendship, or wealthy friend. From the Old English name Eadwine, meaning rich or happy, and friend. Also a diminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. M
126 Ed French Diminutive of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
127 Eda Czechoslovakian Wealthy guardian. M
128 Eda English Wealthy guardian. M
129 Edan Celtic Fire. M
130 Edan Hebrew Variant of Eden: Delight. M
131 Edbert English Wealthy. M
132 Eddie English Diminutive of Edwin: Rich in friendship, or wealthy friend. From the Old English name Eadwine, meaning rich or happy, and friend. Also a diminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. M
133 Eddie French Diminutive of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
134 Eddis English Son of Edward. M
135 Eddison Anglo-Saxon Ed's son. M
136 Eddison English Variant of Edison: Edward's son. M
137 Eddrick English Power and good fortune. M
138 Eddy English Diminutive of Edwin: Rich in friendship, or wealthy friend. From the Old English name Eadwine, meaning rich or happy, and friend. Also a diminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. M
139 Eddy French Diminutive of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
140 Eddy Swedish Unresting. M
141 Ede English Wealthy guardian. M
142 Edega Hawaiian Variant of Ekeka: Wealthy. M
143 Edek Polish Guardian of property. M
144 Edel German Noble; brave. M
145 Edelmar English Noble. M
146 Edelmarr English Noble. M
147 Edemona Hawaiian Variant of Ekemona: Wealthy protector. M
148 Eden Hebrew Delight. Famous reference: the biblical Garden of Eden. M
149 Edensaw NativeAmerican Tlingit name meaning glacier. M
150 Eder Biblical A flock. M
151 Eder Hebrew Flock. The biblical tower of Eder was built near Hebron as a watchtower shepherds watched their flocks from. Eder became a symbol of God's watchfulness over His people. M
152 Edern Welsh Legendary son of Nudd. M
153 Edfu Egyptian From Edfu. M
154 Edgar Anglo-Saxon Lucky spearman. M
155 Edgar English Fortunate and powerful. From the Old English name Eadgar, a compound of 'ead' meaning rich or happy, and 'gar' meaning spear. Famous bearer: 10th-century king Edgar of England; American author Edgar Allen Poe. M
156 Edgar Shakespearean 'Tragedy of King Lear' Edgar, son of Gloucester. M
157 Edgard Anglo-Saxon Lucky spearman. M
158 Edgard English Variant of Edgar: Wealthy man holding a spear. Famous Bearer: Edgar Allen Poe, famous for his dark poetry and frightening stories. M
159 Edgard French Fortunate and powerful. M
160 Edgardo English Variant of Edgar: Wealthy man holding a spear. Famous Bearer: Edgar Allen Poe, famous for his dark poetry and frightening stories. M
161 Edgardo Spanish Fortunate and powerful. M
162 Edik Russian Rich protector. M
163 Edin Hebrew Variant of Eden: Delight. M
164 Edingu German Famous ruler. M
165 Edison English Edward's son. M
166 Edlin Anglo-Saxon Wealthy friend. M
167 Edlin German Abbreviation of names beginning with 'Ed-'. M
168 Edlyn Anglo-Saxon Wealthy friend. M
169 Edmon English Prosperous protector. M
170 Edmon French Prosperous protector. M
171 Edmond Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
172 Edmond English Prosperous protector. M
173 Edmond French Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
174 Edmondo English Happy defender. M
175 Edmondo Italian Italian form of Edmund 'prosperous'. M
176 Edmund Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
177 Edmund English Wealthy guardian; happy defender. M
178 Edmund French Prosperous protector. M
179 Edmund Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, 1' Earl of March. 'King Henry VI, III' Edmund, Earl of Rutland and son to Richard Plantagenet. 'Tragedy of King Lear' Edmund, bastard son to Gloucester. 'King Richard The Second' Edmund Langley, Duke of York and uncle to the King. M
180 Edmundo English Prosperous protector. M
181 Edmundo French Prosperous protector. M
182 Edmundo Spanish Wealthy protector. M
183 Edmyg Welsh Honor. M
184 Edoardo Italian Italian form of Edward 'rich guardian'. M
185 Edom Biblical Red, earthy, of blood. M
186 Edom Hebrew An alternative name of the Old Testament character Esau. Variant of Adam : Red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2. M
187 Edom Scottish A variant of Adam, meaning 'of the red earth.'. M
188 Edorta Basque Basque form of Edward. M
189 Edouard English Variant of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. Famous bearer: King Edward the Elder, son of Alfred the Great; Edward VIII, who abdicated in 1936 to be with the divorced woman he loved. M
190 Edred Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
191 Edrei Biblical A very great mass, or cloud. M
192 Edric Anglo-Saxon Wealthy ruler. M
193 Edric English Powerful property-holder; power and good fortune. M
194 Edrick English Variant of Edric: Powerful property-holder; power and good fortune. M
195 Edrigu Basque Basque form of Richard. M
196 Edrigu Teutonic Famous leader. M
197 Edrik English Wealthy ruler. M
198 Edsel Anglo-Saxon From Ed's hall. M
199 Edsel English Rich man's home. M
200 Edsel German Noble; bright. M