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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Eacnung Anglo-Saxon Bears children. F
2 Eada English Wealthy. F

3 Eadaion German Joyous friendship. F
4 Eadda English Wealthy. F
5 Eadgyth Anglo-Saxon Wife of Edward the Confessor. F
6 Eadgyth English Happy warfare. An Old English name meaning rich or happy (ead), and war (gyth). F
7 Eadignes Anglo-Saxon Bliss. F
8 Eadlin Anglo-Saxon Princess. F
9 Eadmund English Rich benefactress. F
10 Eadwine English Wealthy friend. F
11 Ealasaid Gaelic Devoted to God. F
12 Ealga Irish Noble. F
13 Eara Scottish From the east. F

14 Earie Scottish From the east. F
15 Earlena English Noble woman. F
16 Earlena Spanish Shield. F
17 Earlene English Noble woman. F
18 Earlene Spanish Shield. F
19 Earlina English Noble woman. F
20 Earlina Spanish Shield. F
21 Earline English Noble woman. Feminine of Earl. F
22 Earna English Eagle. F
23 Earnestyna English Serious. F
24 Earric English Powerful. F
25 Eartha English Worldly. Earth, from the Old English eorthe. Famous bearer: American creole singer Eartha Kitt. F
26 Eartha German The earth. F
27 Earwine English Friend of the sea. F
28 Earwyn English Friend of the sea. F
29 Earwyna English Friend of the sea. F
30 Easter Anglo-Saxon Goddess of the dawn. F
31 Easter English Born at Easter. 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. F
32 Easter Persian Variant of Esther: Star. Refers to the planet venus. Also myrtle leaf. Also a variant of Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love. Famous bearer: Old Testament Ester, who became a 5th century Queen of Persia. F
33 Eastre English Born at Easter. F
34 Eathelin English Noble waterfall. F
35 Eathellreda English Noble maiden. F
36 Eathelyn English Noble waterfall. F
37 Eavan Irish Fair. F
38 Ebba Danish Strength. F
39 Ebba English Flowing tide. F
40 Ebba German Strength. F
41 Ebba Swedish Strong. F
42 Ebbe Swedish Strong. F
43 Ebed-melech Biblical The king's servant. F
44 Eben-ezer Biblical The stone of help. F
45 Eber Biblical One that passes, anger. F
46 Eberta Teutonic Intelligent. F
47 Ebonee Egyptian Black. F
48 Ebonee Greek Black. F
49 Eboni Egyptian Black. F
50 Eboni Greek Black. F
51 Ebonique Egyptian Black. F
52 Ebonique Greek Black. F
53 Ebony Egyptian Black. F
54 Ebony Greek Black. F
55 Ebrill Welsh Born in April. F
56 Ebronah Biblical Passage over, being angry. F
57 Ecaterina Greek Innocent. F
58 Echidna Egyptian Mythical monster. F
59 Echidna Greek A child of the Titans. F
60 Echidna Latin Monster. F
61 Echo Greek Sound. A mythological nymph who faded away until only her voice was left. F
62 Ecterine Greek Innocent. F
63 Eda Anglo-Saxon Wealthy. F
64 Eda English Diminutive of Edith: Happy warfare. Spoils of war. Wealthy. From the Old English name Eadgyth, meaning rich or happy, and war. F
65 Eda Greek Generation. F
66 Eda Norse Poetry. F
67 Edan Hebrew Perfect. F
68 Edana Celtic Passionate. F
69 Edana Gaelic Fiery. F
70 Edana Irish Feminine form of Aidan: fire. F
71 Edburga Teutonic Wealthy defender. F
72 Edda Dutch Poetic. F
73 Edda German Pleasant. Strives. Variant of Hedda or Hedwig. F
74 Edda Norse Poetry. F
75 Ede English Wealthy. F
76 Ede Greek Generation. F
77 Edee English Spoils of war. F
78 Edeen Scottish From Edinburgh. F
79 Edelina English Spoils of war. F
80 Edelina German Gracious. F
81 Edelina Teutonic Noble. F
82 Edeline German Gracious. F
83 Edeline Teutonic Noble. F
84 Eden Biblical Pleasure; delight F
85 Eden Hebrew Perfect, pleasure, delight. Famous reference: the biblical Garden of Eden, first home of Adam and Eve. F
86 Edenia Spanish Pleasure. From the Hebrew Eden which was the gardenlike biblical first home of Adam and Eve in the bible. F
87 Edie English Diminutive of Edith: Happy warfare. Spoils of war. Wealthy. From the Old English name Eadgyth, meaning rich or happy, and war. F
88 Ediline German Gracious. F
89 Edina Anglo-Saxon Wealthy. F
90 Edina English Wealthy friend. F
91 Edina Scottish From Edinburgh. F
92 Edine Scottish From Edinburgh. F
93 Edit Anglo-Saxon Joyous. F
94 Edit Swedish Swedish form of Edith: wealthy gift. F
95 Edita Anglo-Saxon Joyous. F
96 Edita Italian Wealthy. F
97 Edita Spanish Spoils of war. F
98 Edith Anglo-Saxon Joyous. F
99 Edith English Happy warfare. Spoils of war. From the Old English name Eadgyth, meaning rich or happy, and war. Famous bearer: 10th-century nun St Edith (Eadgyth); the poet Dame Edith Sitwell. Happy warfare. Spoils of war. F
100 Edith Teutonic Wealthy present. F
101 Editha Anglo-Saxon Joyous. F
102 Editta Italian Wealthy. F
103 Editta Teutonic Wealthy present. F
104 Edjo Egyptian Another form of Uadjit. F
105 Edla Anglo-Saxon Princess. F
106 Edlen English Noble waterfall. F
107 Edlin Anglo-Saxon Princess. F
108 Edlin English Noble waterfall. F
109 Edlyn Anglo-Saxon Princess. F
110 Edlyn English Noble waterfall. F
111 Edlynn Anglo-Saxon Princess. F
112 Edlynne Anglo-Saxon Princess. F
113 Edmanda English Rich benefactress. F
114 Edmee Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. F
115 Edmee French Feminine form of Edmund. F
116 Edmonda Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. F
117 Edmonda English Rich benefactress. F
118 Edmunda Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. F
119 Edmunda English Rich benefactress. F
120 Edna Celtic Fire. F
121 Edna English Variant of Edwina, meaning wealthy friend, or rich in friendship. F
122 Edna Hebrew Rejuvenation, pleasure; delight. Derived from the same word as the biblical Garden of Eden. F
123 Edolia Teutonic Good humor. F
124 Edolie Teutonic Good humor. F
125 Edra English Powerful. F
126 Edra Hebrew Powerful. F
127 Edra Teutonic Wealthy defender. F
128 Edrea English Powerful. F
129 Edrea Hebrew Powerful. F
130 Edrea Teutonic Wealthy defender. F
131 Edrei Biblical A very great mass, or cloud. F
132 Edris Anglo-Saxon Wealthy ruler. F
133 Edrys Anglo-Saxon Wealthy ruler. F
134 Eduarda English Rich benefactress. F
135 Edulica Latin Protectress of children. F
136 Edurne Basque Snow. F
137 Edwige Teutonic Refuge from war. F
138 Edwina English Feminine form of Edwin: Rich in friendship, or wealthy friend. From the Old English name Eadwine, meaning rich or happy, and friend. F
139 Edwinna English Rich in friendship. Feminine of Edwin. F
140 Edyt Anglo-Saxon Joyous. F
141 Edyta Polish Polish form of Edith: wealthy gift. F
142 Edyta Teutonic Wealthy present. F
143 Edyte Teutonic Wealthy present. F
144 Edyth Anglo-Saxon Joyous. F
145 Edyth English Happy warfare. F
146 Edytha English Spoils of war. F
147 Edythe English Spoils of war. F
148 Eeva Finnish Life. F
149 Eeva Hebrew Life. F
150 Efa Welsh Welsh form of Eve, meaning life. F
151 Eferhild English Bear or warrior maiden. F
152 Eferhilda English Bear or warrior maiden. F
153 Effie English Abbreviation of Greek name Euphemia meaning well spoken. F
154 Effie Greek Fair flame. Abbreviation of Greek name Euphemia meaning well spoken. F
155 Effie Scottish Diminutive of Euphemia: A popular Scottish name taken from the Greek, meaning auspicious speech or good repute. F
156 Egberta English Shining sword. F
157 Egbertina English Shining sword. F
158 Egbertine English Shining sword. F
159 Egbertyne English Shining sword. F
160 Egeria Greek A water nymph. F
161 Egeria Latin Cumaean. F
162 Egesta Latin Daughter of Phoenodamas. F
163 Egidia Latin A form of Aegidius, a Latin name based on the Greek word for kid or goatskin. F
164 Eglah Biblical Heifer, chariot, round. F
165 Eglaim Biblical Drops of the sea. F
166 Eglantina French Wild rose. F
167 Eglantine French Wild rose. F
168 Eglon Biblical Heifer, chariot, round. F
169 Eguskina Basque Sunshine. F
170 Eguskine Basque Sunshine. F
171 Egypt Biblical That troubles or oppresses, anguish. F
172 Eheubryd Welsh Legendary daughter of KyvwIch. F
173 Eibhlhin Irish Light. F
174 Eibhlin Irish Derived from the name Evelyn or Evelina. F
175 Eideann Gaelic Fiery. F
176 Eidothea Greek A sea nymph. F
177 Eihhlin Gaelic Gaelic form of Eileen or Evelyn. F
178 Eila Irish Variant of Evelyn. F
179 Eileen French Variant of Evelyn: From a surname derived from the Old French 'aveline' meaning hazelnut. F
180 Eileen Greek Variant of Helen: Shining light. The bright one. Helen of Troy, whose elopement with Paris sparked the Trojan War, was the daughter of Zeus and wife of Menelaus, King of Sparta. F
181 Eileen Irish Light. From the name Eibhlin, derived from Evelyn or Evelina. F
182 Eileen Latin Variant of Evelina: Latinized form of the Old German name Avelina. Famous bearer: Fanny Burney's novel 'Evelina'. F
183 Eileene Irish Variant of Evelyn. F
184 Eileithyia Greek Goddess of childbirth. F
185 Eilena Irish Variant of Evelyn. F
186 Eilene Irish Variant of Evelyn. F
187 Eilidh Gaelic Light. F
188 Eilinora Irish Light. F
189 Eilionoir Gaelic Gaelic form of Eleanor. F
190 Eilis Irish Irish form of Elizabeth: consecrated to God. F
191 Eiluned Welsh From 'cilun' meaning idol. F
192 Eilwen Welsh Fair brow. F
193 Eily Irish Light. F
194 Eir Norse Peace. F
195 Eira Welsh Snow. F
196 Eirene Greek Peace. F
197 Eirene Latin Daughter of Poseidon. F
198 Eirian Welsh Silver. F
199 Eiric Scottish Ruler. F
200 Eirica Scottish Ruler. F