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First Name Directory - Starting with E




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Eadgifu
Earlene
Earlene is a given name, the feminine equivalent of the name Earl. Both names derive from Old English term eorl, meaning "nobleman" or "chieftain". The name may also be related to the Irish Gaelic names Arleen and Arlene, which mean "the pledge".
EBA
Ebba
Ebba is a feminine given name, the feminine version of Ebbe, which is a diminutive form of the Germanic name Eberhard or Everhard, meaning "strong." Alternately, it may be a form of an Old English name Æbbe, of unknown derivation, which was the name of several early saints. The name was the 10th most popular name given to girls born in Sweden in 2009.
Ebele
Ebru
Ebru (Turkish: "Eyebrow" or "Marble paper") is a relatively common given Turkish female name of Persian origin.
Ece
Ece (IPA: [ˈedʒe]) is a Turkish word meaning queen and may refer to:
Ecem
Ecem is a Turkish word meaning "my queen" and may refer to:
Eda
Edburge
Edda
Edda is a feminine given name. Old German meaning: "Blessing", or (derived from Edwina): "the her good protective"
Edelgard
Edelgard is an old German, distinction, female first name.
Edeltraud
Edeltraut
Edeltraud, written also Rebecca, is a female name. Edeltraud is the newer spelling of Adeltraud. Adeltraud arose from the composition of the old high German terms of adal (noble, noble) and trud (strength, strength).
Edeltrud
Edeltraud, written also Rebecca, is a female name. Edeltraud is the newer spelling of Adeltraud. Adeltraud arose from the composition of the old high German terms of adal (noble, noble) and trud (strength, strength).
Eden
Edie
Edie is the English version of the name Edith.
Edina
EDINA is a predominantly Hungarian female given name.
Edita
Edith
Edith is a female given name, derived from the Old English words ead, meaning 'riches or blessed', and gyð, meaning 'war', and is in common usage in this form in English, German, many Scandinavian languages and Dutch. Its French form, also a common name in French, is Édith. Contractions and variations of this name include Ditte, Edie and Edythe.
Edna
Edna (Hebrew: עֶדְנָה‎‎) is a female given name originating from several languages. In Hebrew, it means "pleasure". Various women named Edna are referenced in the Old Testament apocryphal books Jubilees (where the wives of Enoch, Methuselah, and Terah are all so named) and Tobit. The name Edna may also be an Anglicized form of the Irish and Scottish name Eithne, meaning "kernel" in Gaelic. This was a very popular girl's name in the United States in the early 20th century, but has since become unfashionable. It is also a very rare surname. Edna, as derived from Hebrew, is closely related etymologically to the name Eden.
Edonjeta
Edris
Edris (Arabic إدریس, DMG Idrīs) is a male as female first name, as well as an Arabic surname. In the German-speaking world live 25 or 16 per cent of the bearers of the name in Baden-Württemberg and Hesse. The name is interpreted as Variant by Idris, a Prophet in the Qur'an.
Edurne
Edwige
Edwige is a French female given name. It may refer to:
Edyta
Edyta is the Polish version of the name Edith.
Eftychia
Eutychia, phonetically transliterated as Eftychia (ευτυχία; /ɛftiːhˈiːə/) is a Greek female given name, meaning "happiness". It is derived from the Greek words ευ (good) and τύχη (luck). The diminutive Effie is a pet form of Eftychia.
Egemen
Stella is a Turkish female and (mostly) male name with the meaning "dominating, domineering," occurs also as a surname.
Egidija
Egidija is a Lithuanian feminine name. Egidijus is the male form.
Eglė
Eglė (Lithuanian for spruce) is a Lithuanian feminine name.
Egle
Ehawee
Ehawee is a feminine given name.
Ehregott
Eija
Eike
Eike (Eike? / i, also: Aike, Eicke, CT, Dana, Charlene; male also Eik and Eiko (with alternate spellings); female also Eika (with alternate spellings)) is a name which both male as well as female (rarely) is used and is predominantly in the North of Germany to find. It's the Kosé - or short form of names, with "Corner" as in Raymond or "EC", "Edel-" and "Town" start and "agjō-" derives from the old high German "EKKA" (for "top", "Blade") or "Sword", or the Germanic ("sword"). Moreover, Eike is a short form, specifically by Eilhard. According to a decision of the OLG Karlsruhe is the name Eike gender-neutral and may be assigned in Germany only in conjunction with one another, the sex of the child clearly identifying name (OLG Karlsruhe, 24 April 1989-11 W 31/89, NJW-RR 1989, 1030). A name relationship with Heike, Heiko and the Arabic given name A' A'ishah and Ayşe the Turkish given name does not exist.
Eiko
Eiko is a feminine Japanese given name. Eikō, also spelled Eikou or Eikoh, is a masculine Japanese given name. The meanings of these names depend on the kanji used to write them.
Eileen
Eilika
Eilika is a female given name, originating from the Dutch.
Eimear
Eimear is an Irish female given name variant of Éimhear. Another (older) variant of the name is Emer with the possible derivation of eimh meaning "sent" (also known as "swift") or may be derived from the eponymous Irish mythology Emer.
Eimi
Eina
Eithne
Eithne (pronunciation [ˈɛnʲə], [ˈɛhnʲə]) is a female Irish given name. It means "small fire". Etymologically, the male first name Aidan is equal to him.
Eka
Ekaterina
Ekaterina (Russian: Yekaterina) is a female given name; for its origin and meaning, see Catherine.
Ekaterine
Ekaterini
Ekaterini is a feminine given name. It is a modern Greek form of Αικατερίνη (Aikaterini), an original Greek form of Katherine. Ekaterini may refer to:
Ekin
Elaine
Elçin
Michael is an aserbaidschanischer male, as well as Turkish female and male first name and family name.


Elín
Elín or Elin is a Scandinavian name, akin to Ellen and Helene.
Elżbieta
Elżbieta is the Polish version of the name Elisabeth.
Eldem
Edwards is a Turkish female and male first name and family name.
Eleanor
Eleanor (usually pronounced /ˈɛlənɔːr/ in North America but /ˈɛlənə/ elsewhere, variants Elinor, Ellinor, Elenor, Eleanore, Eleanour, Eleonor(a) among others; short form Leonor and variants) is a feminine given name. It was the name of a number of women of the high nobility in Western Europe during the High Middle Ages, originally from a Provençal name Aliénor.
Elektra
Elektra is a female given name. Its Greek origin ( Ἠλέκτρα, Ēlektra) means "amber", and thus "shining", "incandescent".[citation needed] Names with similar meanings are Lucy and Svetlana. Variants are Ela, Elka, Elke, Elek, Elektrine.[citation needed]
Elena
Elena is a popular female first name in Greek, Slavic, Baltic, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian and Italian. It originates in the ancient Greek name Helen/Helene. The variation "Elena" dates back to the 12th century.
Eleni
Eleni is a phonetic spelling of the Modern Greek name "Ελένη", whose ancient version, Ἑλένη, is anglicized as Helen. Popular diminutives and nicknames include: Elenitsa, Elenaki, Elena, Lena, Lenio, Lenners, Nitsa.
Eleonóra
Eleonora is a Hungarian female given name.
Eleonora
Eleanor is a feminine given name. The meaning of the name Eleanor is unclear. Eleanor of Aquitaine, actually old French Aliénor, is the first known Namensträgerin. Following explanations are discussed:
Eleonore
Elfe
Elfe is a feminine given name.
Elfie
Elfriede is female given name; He is the German form of the English first name Elfreda.
Elfriede
Elfreda, Elfrida, Alfrida, Elfrieda, Elfriede, Elftrude, Elftraut is a female given name, derived from Ælfþryð (Aelfthryth) meaning "elf-strength". The name fell out of fashion in the Middle Ages and was revived in the 19th century in both England and Germany. Although some of its modern forms like Alfieda can be mistaken for feminine versions of Alfred, that derives from Ælfræd ('elf-counsel' or 'wise-elf').
Elgin
Elgin is a feminine given name.
Eliana
Eliana Assyrian/Akkadian, אֶלִיעַנָה (Hebrew), Ηλιάνα (Greek), إليانا (Arabic), is a female given name found with that spelling in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
Eliane
Eliane is a feminine given name.
Elif
Elif is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin, derived from Alif (ا in Arabic), the first letter of the Arabic alphabet, and meaning "rank" or "slim" as this letter:
Elin
Elin is a Scandinavian and Welsh female given name of Greek origin derives about Helena, (Greek Ἑλένη), as well as in Bulgaria a masculine given name. The Icelandic form of the female given name is Elín.
Elina
Elisa
Elisabeth
Elisabetta
Elise
Elise is a feminine given name.
Elisha
Elissa
Elissa is a feminine given name.
Elizabeth
Elke
Ella
Ellen
Elli
Elly
Elma
Elmas
Elmas is a Turkish female given name and surname of Greek origin meaning "Diamond".
Elmira
Elodie
Élodie or Elodie is a French feminine given name, the French form of the historic female name in turn may derive from a Visigothic name Alodia.
Els
Elsa
Elsbeth
Elsbeth is a feminine given name and a family name. Elsbeth is another German variant of Elizabeth.
Else
Else is a feminine given name. He else became popular due to several literary figures, such as for example the rough from the medieval epic of Wolfdietrich, the clever else, a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm and fräulein else von Arthur Schnitzler, in the German-speaking world and was therefore considered modern until well into the 20th century. At the present time, he is considered only rarely in naming. Art figures such as Else Kling from the TV series Lindenstraße or Else Tetzlaff from a heart and a soul were not designed so that they would have to gain new popularity first name.
Elsk
Else is a feminine given name. He else became popular due to several literary figures, such as for example the rough from the medieval epic of Wolfdietrich, the clever else, a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm and fräulein else von Arthur Schnitzler, in the German-speaking world and was therefore considered modern until well into the 20th century. At the present time, he is considered only rarely in naming. Art figures such as Else Kling from the TV series Lindenstraße or Else Tetzlaff from a heart and a soul were not designed so that they would have to gain new popularity first name. Else is a short form of Elisabeth.
Elspeth
Elspeth or Elspet is a feminine given name, which is the Scottish form of Elizabeth. It means "chosen by God" or "consecrated by God". The name may refer to:
Elvan
Elvan is a Turkish female and male given name and surname of Arabic origin meaning "multicolored, colorful".
Elvira
Elvire
Elvire is a feminine given name.
Elvyra
Elvyra is a Lithuanian feminine given name, a form of Elvira.
Ema
Ema is a feminine given name.
Emanuela
Ematelwaheb
This name Arabic is Pearse "Servant of the Grand donor" feminine, literally synonymous with the name Amir "Worshipers of God". It consists of "Ema" or "Amat": servant, admirer, but gift, favor, grace; and "EL-Yi": one, who without counting are (one of the 99 names of God) granted.
Emöke
Emőke
Delmar is a Hungarian female given name.


Emel
Emel is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin (أَمَل, āmal DMG) with the meaning "Desire", "Hope", "Target".
Emelie
Emelie is a Swedish female given name, the Swedish form of the Roman name Aemilia. The name is a popular female name in Norway. The German form of the name is Emilie. Another origin and meaning of the name see here.
Emer
Emer is an Irish female given name, possibly derived from eimh meaning "sent" (also known as "swift"), or by the eponymous Irish mythology Emer. Eimear is a younger version of the name.
Emerentia
Emese
Emese is a female given name meaning (Hungarian anyácska, german mother, Hungarian szoptató german lactating woman, nurse).
Emi
Emi (えみ, エミ, 絵美, 恵美?) is a very common feminine Japanese given name and is occasionally used as a surname.
Emiko
Emiko (エミコ, えみこ?) is a feminine Japanese given name.
Emilia
Emiliana
Emiliana is a feminine name of Italian origin. It can refer to:
Emilie
Emilija
Rob is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Emilia. The male form is Emilijus.
Emily
Emina
Emine
Emine is an Arabic-origin given name used for females in Turkey. It has three major meanings: (1) one whom you can trust and believe in; (2) one who is benign and innocuous, and (3) one who is fearless and courageous. It is also argued that the word means beautiful.
Emire
Emire is a female given name. It is probably a derivation of the Bosnian and Turkish male given name Emir, is in turn Arab origin, or a variant of the Bosnian female name Emira, which in turn is derived from the Arabic given name Ami RAH.
Emiri
Emiri (written: 英美里, 絵美里 or えみり in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Emma
Emmanuele
Emmanuele is a feminine given name.
Emmanuelle
Emmanuelle is a French feminine given name. It may refer to:
Endellion
Engin
Edwards is a Turkish female and male name, meaning wide, endless, limitless extended (and also the importance of open sea;) Valley for the female given name). Edwards also appears as a family name.
Enid
Enid is a female given name of Welsh origin derived from enaid meaning 'Soul' in the English-speaking world, or "Life", and in the Balkans a masculine given name.
Enikő
Enola
Enola is a feminine given name.
Eray
Eray is a masculine Turkish given name. People named Eray include:
Eréndira
Erbay
Edwards is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "seen" or "someone who is rich".
Erden
Earth is a Turkish male and female name, with the meaning "untouched", "Immaculate", comes in as family name.
Erdene
Erdene (Mongolian Эрдэнэ. Jewel, precious) is a Mongolian personal name, either single or with a different word combined. Combinations are much more common in female individuals.
Erdi
Erdi is a Turkish female and male name.
Erdmut
Erdmute (also: Glynis, Earth courage, Erdmuth) is a female given name. He is a minor by "Hartmute" (from old high German "Gino" = hard and "muot" = courage, zeal).
Erdmute
Erdmute (also: Glynis, Earth courage, Erdmuth) is a female given name. He is a minor by "Hartmute" (from old high German "Gino" = hard and "muot" = courage, zeal).
Erdmuthe
Erdmute (also: Glynis, Earth courage, Erdmuth) is a female given name. He is a minor by "Hartmute" (from old high German "Gino" = hard and "muot" = courage, zeal).
Erell
Erell is a feminine given name.
Eren
Eren is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Erendiz
Erendiz is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Erendiz" means "Jupiter".
Ergün
Ergun or Ergün may refer to:
Eri
Eri (えり, エリ?) is a common feminine Japanese given name.
Erica
Erika
Eriko
Eriko (えりこ, エリコ?) is a feminine Japanese given name.
Erin
Erin is a Hiberno-English derivative of the Irish word "Éirinn". "Éirinn" is the dative case of the Irish word for Ireland - "Éire", genitive "Éireann", the dative being used in prepositional phrases such as "go hÉirinn" "to Ireland", "in Éirinn" "in Ireland", "ó Éirinn" "FROM IRELAND". The dative has replaced the nominative in a few regional Irish dialects (particularly Galway-Connamara and Waterford). Poets and nineteenth-century Irish nationalists used Erin in English as a romantic name for Ireland. Often, "Erin's Isle" was used. In this context, along with Hibernia, Erin is the name given to the female personification of Ireland, but the name was rarely used as a given name, probably because no saints, queens, or literary figures were ever called Erin.
Erina
Erina is a female Japanese given name.
Erkin
Erkin is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "independent, free". The name also occurs in the Eurasian space.
Erna
Erna is a female given name, which was very popular in the German-speaking area around 1900. With the emergence of small Erna jokes, the popularity of the name subsided greatly. Today it occurs only rarely.
Ernesta
Ernestine
Ernesta is a female given name, equivalent to the male given name Ernst. The name comes from the old high German and means seriously, determination
Erni
Erregina
Erten
Ege is a Turkish male and female first name and family name, inter alia with the meaning "Prosperity".


Erzsébet
Erzsébet is a female given name and the Hungarian version of the name Elisabeth.
Erzsebet
Esen
Esen is a Turkish male and female name, meaning "healthy"; "quiet, comfortable"; "intact", which occurs as a family name.
Esin
Esin is a Turkish female and male given name and surname and means about morning breeze, morning breeze or inspiration.
Esma
Esma or ESMA may refer to:
Esme
Esmeralda
The name Esmeralda comes from Spanish and means emerald or General gem. A famous fictional Namensträgerin is the dancer who grew up in "Gypsies" (La) Esmeralda from the Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo novel. In the novel Doctor Faustus by Thomas Mann plays ' Haetera esmeralda' an important role.
Esra
Esra is a common Turkish given name for females. People named Esra include:
Essi
Essi is a Finnish first name.
Estelle
Esther
Estibaliz
Eszter
Eszter is a Hungarian female given name.
Etania
Etania is a feminine given name.
Etel
Etela
Etela is a Lithuanian female name derived from Ethel.
Ethel
Ethel (also æthel) is an Old English word meaning "noble". It is frequently attested as the first element in Anglo-Saxon names, both masculine and feminine, e.g. Æthelhard, Æthelred, Æthelwulf; Æthelburg, Æthelflæd, Æthelthryth (Audrey). It corresponds to the Adel- and Edel- in continental names, such as Adolph (Æthelwulf), Adalbert (Albert), Adelheid (Adelaide), Edeltraut and Edelgard. There would be some reason to believe that the word is actually taken from "aedilis" or "aedile", the Latin name of a Roman official, whose function was that of a magistrate and superintendent of public property. It was common that in smaller towns in the Roman era that the only public official was the aedile. Importantly, in later Roman times, the Aedile was in charge of the public treasury. The later clerical Latin translation of "aethel" as "clito" may be a reflection of the fact that there was no such formal position after the Roman civil authority disappeared. "Clito" was from "incluto" and an earlier Greek word that certainly did not mean "noble" in the sense of an inherited class status, but rather famous or illustrious.
Ethete
Ethete is a feminine given name.
Etsuko
Etsuko (written: 悦子, 英津子, えつ子, えつこ in hiragana or エツコ in katakana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Etta
Eudokia
Eudokia (also Eudoxia or eudocia, or Eudoxia Latinized) is a female Greek name. Eudokia (Greek εὐδοκία) does mean "Pleased" and is from the Christmas story of Luke (Luke 2.14 LUT) known, eudoxia (Greek εὐδοξία) "good reputation" and "good judgment".
Eudoxia
Eudoxia (Greek: Ευδοξία, Eudoxía), Eudokia and Eudocia (Ευδοκία, Eudokía) or Evdokia is a feminine given name, which originally meant "good deeds" in Greek. The Slavic languages know a few forms of the name - East Slavic: Евдокия, Evdokiya; Russian: Євдокія, Yevdokiya. It was mainly popular in late antiquity and during the Middle Ages, particularly in Eastern Europe. It continues in use today, usually in honor of various saints.
Eufemia
Eufemia is a feminine given name.
Eugénie
Eugénie is a feminine given name.
Eugenia
Eugenia is a feminine first name related to the masculine name Eugene that comes from the Greek eugenes "well-born," from eu- "well" + Sanskrit (Sanskrit language)-Ajah/Janm "born." Variants include Eugénia (Portuguese), Eugénie (French), Eugènia (Catalan), Uxía (Galician), Eugenija (Lithuanian) and Yevgeniya or Yevgenia (Russian: Евгения).
Eugenie
Eugenie is a feminine given name.
Eugenija
Eugenija
Capital is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Eugene. The male form is Eugenijus.
Eulalia
Eulalia is a feminine given name. It occurs only rarely in the German-speaking world. Occasionally, he shows up as another male given name like Eulalius.
Eulalie
Eulalie is a feminine given name.
Eun-ah
Eun-ah is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 29 hanja with the reading "ah" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Eun-bi
Eun-bi is a Korean feminine given name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names, among them "silver" (銀) and "grace" (恩), whereas "bi" is an indigenous Korean word meaning "rain" and is not written using hanja.
Eun-byul
Eun-byul, also spelled Un-byol, is a Korean feminine given name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names, among them "silver" (銀) and "grace" (恩), whereas "byul" is an indigenous Korean word meaning "star" and is not written using hanja.
Eun-chae
Eun-chae is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 17 hanja with the reading "chae" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Eun-ha
Eun-ha is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 24 hanja with the reading "ha" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. One way of writing this name in hanja (銀河, literally "silver river") is also the name of the Milky Way galaxy.
Eun-hee
Eun-hee, also spelled Eun-hui, is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 24 hanja with the reading "hee" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Eun-hye
Eun-hye is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 16 hanja with the reading "hye" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. One way of writing this name (恩惠) means "favour", "kindness", or "grace".
Eun-ji
Eun-ji, also spelled Eun-jee, is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 46 hanja with the reading "ji" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Eun-ji was the third-most popular name for baby girls born in South Korea in 1990.
Eun-jin
Eun-jin is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 43 hanja with the reading "jin" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Eun-ju
Eun-ju, also spelled Eun-joo or Un-ju, is a Korean feminine given name. It was the sixth-most popular name for baby girls born in South Korea in 1970. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 56 hanja with the reading "ju" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Eun-jung
Eun-jung, also spelled Eun-jeong or Un-jong, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 75 hanja with the reading "jung" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Eun-jung was the third-most common name for baby girls in South Korea in 1970, falling to sixth place in 1980.
Eun-kyung
Eun-kyung, also spelled Eun-gyeong, Eun-kyeong, or Un-gyong, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 54 hanja with the reading "kyung" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. In 1970, Eun-kyung was the 5th-most popular name for baby girls born in South Korea, falling to 8th place by 1980.
Eun-mi
Eun-mi is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 33 hanja with the reading "mi" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Eun-sook
Eun-sook, also spelled Eun-suk or Un-suk, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 13 hanja with the reading "sook" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Eun-suh
Eun-suh is a Korean female given name.
Eun-young
Eun-young is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 34 hanja with the reading "young" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in personal names. It was the eighth-most popular name for baby girls born in South Korea in 1980.
Eunice
Eunice is a feminine given name, from the Greek Εὐνίκη, Euníkē, from "eu", good, and "níkē", victory.
Euphemia
Euphemia is a feminine given name.
Euphrasina
The name Euphrasina or Euphrasia comes from the Greek and means "The Frohgesinnte".
Eusébie


Euthemia
Euthemia (ευθυμία; /ɛfθiːmˈiːə/), phonetically transliterated as Efthymia, is a Greek female given name, meaning "of a good disposition".
Eva
Evangelia
Evangelia (Gr. Ευαγγελία) is a Greek name.
Evangelina
Evangeline
Evîn
Evdokija
Evdokija (Serbian Cyrillic: Евдокија) and Jevdokija (Јевдокија) are Serbian variants of the Greek name Eudokia (Ευδοκία).
Evdokiya
Evdokiya (Bulgarian: Евдокия) is the Bulgarian variant of the Greek name Eudokia (Ευδοκία).
Eve
Evegret
Evelina
Evelina (Latin avis "the bird") is a female Italian, Spanish and Lithuanian given name, derived from Evelyn. He goes back to the old French-Norman name Aveline. It is a diminutive of Avila, a form of AVA. A precise meaning is not known. Possibly, a relation with Latin avis (bird).
Evelyn
Evelyn is a name in the English language, where it can be used as a first name or a surname.
Evi
Evin
Evin is a feminine given name.
Evren
Evren is a female and male Turkish name, meaning "universe, universe; World". It occurs as a family name.
Evrim
Evrim is a Turkish given name for males or females. In Turkish, "Evrim" means "evolution".
Ewa
Eylem
Eylem is a common girl Turkish given name, though it is also used for boys too. In Turkish, "Eylem" means "action".
Eyota
Eyota is a feminine given name.
Ezel





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