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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.


Eachann
Eachann is a masculine given name in the Scottish Gaelic. A similar and possibly related early form of the name was Eachdonn. The name is compose of two elements; the first element is each, meaning "horse". The second element is donn, which has been given two different meanings. One proposed meaning is "brown"; another proposed meaning is "lord". The early Gaelic form of the name, Eachdonn, was 'confused' with the Norse Hakon (which is etymologically unrelated).
Eadric
Eadwulf
Ealdberht
Ealdred
Ealhfrith
Ealhmund
Eamon
Eamon (Éamon, Eámon also) or Eamonn (analog Éamonn, Éamonn) (all variants / i: mən /) is an Irish male given name, has originated from the name Éamonn, which the Irish variant of Edmund (from old English ead: rich, blessed by luck) represents. Origin and meaning of the name see here.
Eamonn
Éamon is an masculine Irish given name. It is an Irish form of the English Edmund, which is derived from an Old English name containing the elements ēad ("prosperity, riches") and mund ("protector"). An alternate form of Éamon is Éaman and Éamann. Anglicised forms of Éamon are Eamon and Eamonn.
Eanfrith
Eşref
Ebbo
Ebele
Ebenezer
Ebenezer
Eberhard
Eberhard is a masculine given name, and is also a family name. The meaning of the name is actually "hard, strong, enduring as a boar" (OHG ebur corresponds to boar; harti, Sephora is hard). Hard can be understood in the sense of how Hardy: Eberhard: "which was suitable for the hunting of the boar". Variants are Ebert, Eberhardt, e., the low German Everhard, Evert and Ewert.
Eberhardt
Ebubekir
Tabitha is a Turkish given name. It is borrowed from Arabic and is the Turkish form of the Arabic name Abu Bakr. This in turn is derived from Abū Bakr, an important personality of Islam at the time of Muhammad. From the Arabic original, the name has acquired the meaning of Bahari's father.
Ecgberht
Ecgfrith
Eckart
Eckbert
Eckhard
Eckhard (old high German: Mihaela tip, cutting edge, hard hard, strong, firm, determined) is a masculine given name.
Eckhardt
Eckhart
Eckhart is a German given name and family name Eckhart is a form of the first name of Ekkehard. As a surname it is a Patronym.
Ed
Ed is a masculine given name.
Ed
Edbert
Edbert is a masculine given name.
Eddi
Eddie
Eddie
Eddy
Eder
Eder is a Spanish masculine given name of Basque origin meaning "handsome", "beautiful"; Éder is the Portuguese form of the name.
Edgar
Edgaras
Edgaras is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Edgars
Edgars is a Latvian masculine given name. It is the Latvian cognate of the English name Edgar and may refer to:
Edhem
ENI is an Albanian and Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. In particular in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, as well as in Turkey is also the form of David. Edhem is based on the original Arabic spelling, Brice is the form (approximation of the originally voiced the following voiceless h d) corresponding to the Turkish pronunciation.
Edi
Edi is a masculine given name.
Edi
Edin
Edin is a Bosnian male given name meaning "Religion, authority". The first name Edin is known also in Montenegro. Edin also occurs as a surname in Scandinavia.
Edip
Edip is a Turkish given name. People named Edip include:
Ediz
Earle is a Turkish male and female name, meaning "Or the sublime".
Edmé
Edmond
Edmund
Edmund is a masculine given name in the English language. The name is derived from the Old English elements ēad, meaning "prosperity" or "riches", and mund, meaning "protector".
Edmundas
Edmundas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Edo
Edoardo
Edoardo is the Italian form of the English male given name Edward.
Edouard
Édouard or Edouard is a masculine given name. The name is of French origin. The shape of Eduard is used in the German-speaking world.


Eduard
Eduardas
Eduardas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Edward.
Eduardo
Eduardo is the Spanish and Portuguese form of the male given name Edward. It may refer to:
Eduards
Eduards is a Latvian masculine given name, which is a cognate of the English name Edward, meaning "rich guard". The name may refer to:
Edur
Edvardas
Edvardas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Edvīns
Edvīns is a Latvian masculine given name which may refer to:
Edvin
Edvin is a form of Edwin and may refer to:
Edvinas
Edvinas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Edwin.
Edward
Edward is a male given name and family name. The name is a form of the male given name Edward. It is especially in the English-speaking world.
Edy
Edzard
Eerik
Eerik is a masculine given name most commonly found in Estonia and Finland. It is a cognate of the English language name Eric. Men and boys named Eerik celebrate name day in Finland and Estonia on 18 May.
Eero
Eero, an Estonian and Finnish masculine given name (pronounced: /e:ro/). Notable people with the name include:
Efe
Efe, efe or EFE may refer to one of the following:
Efraín
Efraín is a masculine Spanish given name, a cognate of Ephraim. Notable people with the name include:
Efraim
Ephraim is a male given name, which dates back to the tradition of the biblical tribe of Ephraim. The name Ephraim (Hebrew אֶפְרַיִם efrájim) comes from the Hebrew, meaning "doubly fruitful". The Bible identifies as the younger son of the Patriarch Joseph. Though common since the Reformation, the name in Germany was never popular and is now very rare.
Efrem
Efrem is a masculine given name.
Egbert
Ege
Ege (pronounced [ˈeɡe]) may refer to:
Egidijus
Egidijus is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Egidio
Ägidius (also Aegidius, Jiljí, Egidius or Egydius; Lithuanian Egidijus; Polish Idzi; many short forms such as: Egyd, Gidius, Gilius, Gilles, etc.) is a masculine given name.
Egidius
Ägidius (also Aegidius, Jiljí, Egidius or Egydius; Lithuanian Egidijus; Polish Idzi; many short forms such as: Egyd, Gidius, Gilius, Gilles, etc.) is a masculine given name.
Egil
Egil or Egill is a masculine given name derived from Old Norse.
Egil
Egil is Scandinavian male given name occurring particularly in Norway, derived from the old Norse name Egill, a diminutive form of the name, egg (sword blade) with the elements or began agi (discipline, AWE). The Icelandic form of the name is Egill.
Eginhard
Egino
Egmont
Egoitz
Egon
Egon is a masculine given name.
Egon
Eguzki
Ehrgott
Ehsan
Ehsanullah
Ehsanullah or more correctly Ihsanullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Ihsan and Allah. Ehsanullah or more correctly Ihsanullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Ihsan and Allah.
Ehud
Eicke
Eicke is a masculine given name.
Eido
Eido is a masculine given name and a surname of Arabic.
Eiichi
Eiichi (written: 暎一, 栄一, 英一, 詠一 or 重廣) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Eiichiro
Eiichiro or Eiichirō (written: 栄一郎, 瑛一郎, 英一郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Eiji
Eiji (えいじ, エイジ?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Eijirō
Eijirō, Eijiro or Eijirou (written: 英治郎, 英次郎 or 英二郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Eik
Eikichi
Eikichi (written: 永吉, 栄吉 or 榮吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Eilert
Eilfried
Eilfried is an old high German given name. It is composed from "AAA" (peak/cutting of a weapon) and "EFFA" (peace) together.
Eilhard
Eimantas
Eimantas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Individuals with the name Eimantas include:
Eimundas
Eimundas is a Lithuanian given name. The feminine form is Eimundė.
Eimuntas
Nekrošius is a Lithuanian and Prussian male given name, derived from the eiti ('go') and manta rays.


Eimutis
A Lithuanian given name is derived from the eiti ('go') and mantas; Eimutis, a diminutive of Eimantas.
Einar
Einar is a given name deriving from the Old Norse name Einarr, which according to Guðbrandur Vigfússon is directly connected with the concept of the einherjar, undead warriors from Norse mythology. Vigfússon comments that 'the name Einarr is properly = einheri" and points to a relation to the term with the Old Norse common nouns einarðr (meaning "bold") and einörð (meaning "valour") .
Eino
Eino is a Finnish and Estonian masculine given name. The name is thought to be the Finnic form of the given name Henri. Both Finnish and Estonian languages belong to the Finno-Ugric language group through their being Uralic languages. Another possible origin of the name is the German Enewald (Aginwald).[citation needed]
Einosuke
Einosuke (written: 栄之助 or 永之助) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Eishun
Eishun, frequently written as 「永春」("everlasting spring") in Japanese, is the name of a number of historical artists:
Eisuke
Eisuke (written: 永輔, 英輔, 英介, 栄介, 英助 or エイスケ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Eitel
Eitel is a masculine given name.
Eitel Friedrich
Eitel Friedrich, also Eitelfriedrich, is a German given name. He Eitel Fritz and Eitelfritz also occurs in the forms.
Eivind
Eivind or Eyvind is a Norwegian masculine given name of Norse origin, meaning “happy warrior”. The name ranks as the 77th most common male name in Norway. Eyvind is a lesser-used variant of the name. The name Eivind is also used in Denmark and Sweden, and as Eyvindur in Iceland, though appearing less frequently in Norway. Other variations of the same name are Øyvind and Even.
Eivydas
Eivydas is a Lithuanian given name.
Eizō
Eizō, Eizo or Eizou (written: 栄三, 英三, 永三 or 栄蔵) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ejnar
Ejnar is a masculine given name and may refer to:
Eka
Ekaitz
Ekkehard
Ekkehard (and Eckardt, Eckard, Eckhardt, Ekkehart) is a German given name. It is composed of the elements ekke "edge, blade; sword" and hart "brave; hardy". Variant forms include Eckard, Eckhard, Eckhart, Eckart. The Anglo-Saxon form of the name was Ecgheard, possibly attested in the toponym Eggerton.
Ekkehart
Ekkehard is a German given name; Name day is 28 June. From old high German & #160; ecka 'sword' and 'hard,' Liza.
Ekram
Ekram is an Indian male given name, which means "honor" in Sanskrit. The name may refer to:
Ekrem
Ekrem is a Turkish form of the Arabic given name Akram, meaning "kind," "generous," or "benevolent." People named Ekrem include:
Elçi
Edea (Turkish: "Envoy, Ambassador") is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Előd
Edrees is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Eldar
Eldar is both a Hebrew first/last name meaning "god resides" and a rare Norse first name meaning "Warrior who fights with fire"(Eld+ar (ar=Harjar)) Eld=fire. It is also a name meaning 'ruler' in the Turkic language. "El" means state or country in Turkic language, dar is a suffix from Persian language. It is also the word for 'fire' in the Icelandic, Swedish (eld) and Norwegian (ild) language. It is also a common first name among the Tatars, the Crimean Tatars, the Azerbaijanis, the Georgians and the Bashkirs.
Eldin
Eleftherios
Eleftherios (. Ελευθέριος) is a Greek name. It means "free". He has his nameday on December 15.
Elemér
Elemér is a Hungarian masculine given name and may refer to:
Eleutherios
Eleutherios (Greek: Ελευθέριος, "the liberator") is an epithet of:
Elham
Elham is a masculine given name.
Eli
Eli is a Hebrew Jewish, English and Kurdish (vocabulary) male given name of Hebrew origin.
Elian
Elian is a male given name meaning in the 1980s from the French. It goes back to the nickname of Aelianus, a derivative of the Roman gender name of Aelius of. The French form is Élian [e'ljan]. The name is common not only in the Romansh-speaking region. Eliane is the female form of Elian.
Elias
Elias /ᵻˈlaɪ.əs/ is the Latin transliteration of the Greek name Ἠλίας, which in turn is the Hellenized form of the Hebrew: אליהו, Eliyahu, meaning "Yahweh is my God". Another form of Eliyahu in English is Elijah /ᵻˈlaɪdʒə/.
Elie
Elie Élie is a male given name and family name. Elie is a French name. It is Hebrew לִיָּהו [ēliyahū] the translation of the name of the Prophet Elijah, (my God j).
Elieser
Eligijus
Eligijus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Eligius.
Elimar
Elimar is a masculine given name. The name is from the old high German name Adalmar Elimar abgeleitet.adal = noble; Mari = famous
Elio
Elio is an Italian male given name as Italian form of Aelius and Helios.
Eliomar
Eliomar is a Portuguese language male given name, which is a variant of the Italian name Elio, meaning "sun" from the Greek name Helios. Related names include Elio, Eliodoro, and Elion. The name Eliomar may refer to:
Ellef
Elliott
Elliott is an English surname and masculine given name derived from this.
Elmar
Elmo
Elmo is a given name representing the abbreviated form of Guglielmo, the Italian equivalent of Spanish Guillermo, French Guillaume, English William, and German Wilhelm.
Elof
Elouan
Elpidio
Elvin
Elvinas
Elvinas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Elvin.
Elvir
Edna is a masculine given name. Edna is a Bosnian male form of the given name Elvira.
Elvis
Elvis is an English given name. The name is attributed often to the old English Alviss (all-viss for 'all-knowing, wise') after the dwarf of Alviss from Norse mythology.
Elvis
Elwan
Elwan is a masculine given name.
Emanuel
Emanuel is a first name and family name. Emanuel is a Greek Latin variation of the Hebrew name Immanuel, which is in use today in the Greek and German, as well as in the form of Manuel in the Spanish and Portuguese. The original Hebrew meaning is God is with us (עִמָּנוּ אֵל in the with; immanu us; el God). This name is subject to a promise in the Prophet Isaiah (ISA. 7.14 & #160; EU). The Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament used the name in relationship to Jesus Christ (MT 1.23 & #160; EU).
Emanuelis
Emanuelis is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Emanuel.


Emánuel
Emanuel is a Hungarian name.
Emicho
Emicho was a German male given name in the middle ages.
Emil
Emilio
Emilio is a given name common in the Italian and Spanish languages. People with the name include:
Emilis
Emilis is a Baltic (Lithuanian and Latvian) male given name, derived from Emil. The feminine form is Emilė.
Emin
Emin is the Turkish and Azerbaijani version of the Arabic masculine given name Amin (أمين).
Emmanouil
Emmanouil (Greek: Εμμανουήλ) is the Greek version of the name Emanuel.
Emmanuel
Emmanuel
Emmeram
Emmeram (also: Emmeran) is a masculine given name. Emmeram is the Latin form of 'Heimerean'. This name in turn comes from the old high German and has two meanings. For one it means as much as 'Home', 'at home'. The second meaning is 'Raven'.
Emmeran
Emmeram (also: Emmeran) is a masculine given name. Emmeram is the Latin form of 'Heimerean'. This name in turn comes from the old high German and has two meanings. For one it means as much as 'Home', 'at home'. The second meaning is 'Raven'.
Emmerich
Emmerich is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Emmett
Emrah
Emrah is a Turkish given name for males. People named Emrah include:
Emrah
Emrah is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Emre
Emre is a Turkish male given name. It may refer to:
Emrullah
Edward is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the command of Allah".
Enak
Enda
ENDA is an Irish male name.
Ender
Ender is a male given name and surname, and may refer to:
Endrit
Endrit is an Albanian name for boys. It means “light”.
Enea
Enea is a masculine given name.
Eneko
Enes
Enes (pronounced [enes]) is a given name for males. People named Enes include:
Engelbert
Engelbert is a masculine given name. The name is from the old high German elements angil (= angle) and beraht (shiny) together.
Engelger
Engelmar
Enguerrand
Enguerrand is a masculine given name.
Enis
Enis is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ennio
Ennio can refer to:
Enno
Eno
Eno is a masculine given name.
Eno
Enoch
Enogat
Enored
Enric
Enric is a Catalan male given name. The German form of the name is Henry. Another origin and meaning of the name see here. The Spanish form of the name is Enrique.
Enrico
Enrico is both an Italian masculine given name and a surname, derived from Heinrich of Germanic origin. It is also a given name in Ladino. Equivalents in other languages are Henry (English), Henri (French), Enrique (Spanish), Henrique (Portuguese) and Hendrik (Dutch). Notable people with the name include:
Enrique
Enrique (Spanish pronunciation: [enˈrike]) is the Spanish variant of Heinrich of Germanic origin. As a given name, it ranked 298 out of 1219 for males of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census. Equivalents in other languages are Henry (English), Enrico (Italian), Henrik (Swedish, Danish and Norwegian), Henri (French), and Henrique (Portuguese). Common nicknames of Enrique are Kiki, Kiko, Kike or Quique (also spelled Kiké) and Enriqueto or "Enriquito" (meaning "Little Enrique").
Enver
Enver is both a masculine given name and a surname. In Turkish and Bosnian, it is the transliteration of the Arabic name Anwar, which means "luminous". Notable people with the name include:
Enzo
Enzo is an Italian given name derivative of Heinz (diminutive of Henry). It can be used also as the short form for Lorenzo, Vincenzo or Fiorenzo. It is common in both the northern and southern parts of Italy as well as in Latin America and lately also in France and Spain.
Eoin
Eoin (older spelling Eóin, pronunciation [o: nʲ], English often [ˈoʊ ən]) is a male given name derived from the Irish and Scottish Gaelic-speaking world. He is the Gaelic form of the name John or of the name John.
Eon
Ephraim
Epopeus
Epopeus (Greek Ἐπωπεύς = "Observers") is an ancient, Greek, male personal name.
Eraldo
Eraldo is a male given name of Italian origin.
Eralp
ER Alp a Turkish male given name and family name is formed from the elements, he (man, soldier) and Alpine (brave, brave), with the meaning "a brave man".
Erasmus
Erasmus (Greek ερασμιος (erasmios)) or sometimes Rasmus is a male name common in the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the Faroe Islands.
Eraydın
Eraydın is a Turkish male first name and family name with the meaning "an educated person" (broadcast: "Intellectuals"), formed from the elements he and aydın.
Erçetin
Edwards is a Turkish male first name and family name.


Erbil
Erbil is a Turkish female and (mostly) male name, which occurs as a family name.
Ercan
Ercüment
Ercüment is a Turkish given name for males. People named Ercüment include:
Ercole
An Italian male given name is derived from Hercules Ercole, the Latin form of Heracles, a figure from Greek mythology.
Erdal
Erdal is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Erdem
Erdem (IPA: [ˈeɾdem]) is a masculine Uyghur language origin from 11th century- Qutadghubilik (Yusup Has Hajip) . It means "virtue, merit, kind, knowdlege".
Erdinç
Erdinç is a Turkish given name for males and a surname. People named Erdinç include:
Erdinc
Eeee is a Turkish male first name and family name. Eeee means "powerful person".
Erdmann
Erdmann (meaning: also Erdman, EFE, Ehrtmann = based on the once widespread personal name Ertmar (ert/Earth, maar/famous)) is a German first name and family name.
Erdoğan
Erdogan
Erdoğan [ˈɛrdɔːɑn] is a male given name, used in the Turkic people, especially when the Turks and Azerbaijanis, as the family name. He means "brave, courageous, born in game" or even "as a soldier (fighter) born", formed from the elements of Turkish first and family name Erdoğan ("man"; "Soldier") and Dar ("Falcon"). Outside of the Turkish speaking, the non-Turkish form of the name EE occurs sporadically.
Erem
Erenik
Ergin
Ergin may refer to :
Ergun
Ergun is a Turkish male given name and surname of Mongolian origin. Ergun has the meaning such as "quick, quick"; "nimble, facing".
Erhan
Erhan is a Turkish given name for males. People named Erhan include:
Erhard
Erhard is a male German given name and surname, and may refer to:
Eriş
Eriş is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Eric
The given name Eric, Erik, or Erick is derived from the Old Norse name Eiríkr (or Eríkr in Eastern Scandinavia due to monophthongization). The first element, ei- is derived either from the older Proto-Norse *aina(z) meaning "one" or "alone" and from Proto-Norse *aiwa(z) meaning "ever" or "eternal". The second element -ríkr derives either from *rík(a)z meaning "ruler" or "prince" (cf. Gothic reiks) or from an even older Proto-Germanic *ríkiaz which meant "powerful" and "rich". The name is thus usually taken to mean "one ruler", "autocrat", "eternal ruler" or "ever powerful", "warrior", and "government".
Erich
Erik
A male given name or surname, also is Erik, Eric, rarely also Erick. Erik is the older form, while Eric is now the more common form. Erich is the germanised Variant.
Erikas
Erika is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Eric).
Erion
Erion is an Albanian male given name, which means "wind from the Ion sea". A related name is Erjon. The name may refer to:
Erjon
Erjon is an Albanian male given name. It is a spelling variant of Erion, and means "wind from the Ion sea". The name may refer to:
Erkal
Erkal is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Erkan
Erkki
Erkki is a Finnish and Estonian given name (derived from Erik). Notable people with the name include:
Erkut
Tracy is a Turkish given name.
Erland
Erland is an old German male given name meaning "free man" (old era "honour, reputation" and lant "Country"). Since the middle ages, the name in Scandinavia is widespread; either as a borrowing from German or as stand-alone education to the old Norse erlandr ("foreign").
Erling
Erling is a Danish, Norwegian and Swedish male name, meaning "Prince or heir to the throne".
Erman
Erman is a Turkish male given name, meaning "the brave soldier; the heroic and brave man".
Ermenegildo
Ermenegildo is an Italian given name. It may refer to:
Ermin
Ermir
Ermir is a masculine Albanian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ernő
Ernő or Erno is a Finnish and Hungarian masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ernest
Ernestas
Ernestas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Ernest.
Ernesto
Ernesto, a form of the name Ernest in several Romance languages, may refer to:
Ernests
Ernests is a Latvian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the masculine given name Ernest and may refer to:
Ernst
Ernst is a masculine given name.
Ernst
Eroğlu
Eroğlu is a Turkish male given name, occurs as a family name. Eroğlu means "Son of the brave".
Erol
Erol is a Turkish given name or surname meaning "brave". This name is shared by the following people:
Eros
Eros is a masculine given name.
Eros
Eros is an Italian male given name.
Errol
Errol is a male given name, especially in the English-speaking as a variant of Erroll.
Ersan
Ersan is a Turkish given name for males. People named Ersan include:
Ersel
Colleen is a Turkish given name.
Ersin
Ersin is a Turkish given name for males and a surname. It may refer to:
Ersoy
A Turkish male given name and family name meaning is "coming from a family of Heroes" Ersoy.


Ersun
Ersun is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Ertan
Ertan is a Turkish masculine given name. The meaning of the Turkish name is “sunrise”, “dawn” or “early morning hour”. It may refer to:
Ertekin
Eggleton is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Ertuğ
Ertuğ is a Turkish surname and male given name.
Ertuğrul
Ertuğrul (1198–1281) was the father of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire.
Ertugrul
Tuğrul is a Turkish male first name and referred to in the old Turkish (former debate: Toghrul, DMG Toġrïl) a bird of prey, who was described as "bigger than a Sonkur (a different kind of bird of prey)" by Mahmud al-Kāschgharī. Possibly, the crested goshawk (Accipiter trivirgatus) meant with Toghrul. This bird of prey was used for hunting purposes. Probably, the name of the Magyar fable being Turul goes back to the old Turkish name for these birds of prey. First name also appears as a family name. Another form of the name is Lily.
Ervin
Ervin is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Erwan
Erwan is a masculine Breton given name. Notable people with the name include:
Esad
Esad is a masculine given name of Arabic origin, occurring in more than one State on the Balkan peninsula. See here for more on origins and meanings.
Esben
Esben is a Norwegian and Danish male given name.
Espen
Espen is a Norwegian and Danish male given name. In Norway it reached the peak of its popularity between 1970 and 1990, during which period approximately 1.1% of children were given the name.
Esref
Eşref is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "a very proud and very honorable man". The form Ešref is in Bosnia.
Esteban
Esteban is a Spanish given name; it is a variant of the name Stephen.
Estevao
Estevão and Estevão, a Portuguese form of Stefan.
Ethan
Ethan is a masculine given name.
Ethem
ENI is an Albanian and Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. In particular in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, as well as in Turkey is also the form of David. Edhem is based on the original Arabic spelling, Brice is the form (approximation of the originally voiced the following voiceless h d) corresponding to the Turkish pronunciation.
Etienne
Étienne or Etienne is a French variant of Stefan's first name and a family name.
Etsuji
Etsuji (written: 悦二 or 悦司) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ettore
Ettore is a given name, the Italian version of Hector. People so named include:
Euan
Euan, Ewen or Ewan is a male given name, most common throughout Scotland and Canada, due to the influence of Scots in that country. It is a derivative of the Pictish name, Vuen (or 'Wen'), which is the Pictish British cognate of Eoghan in Gaelic. It is also, less commonly, a surname.
Eucher
Eudaric
Eugênio
Eugênio, sometimes Eugénio, is a Portuguese masculine given name equivalent to Spanish Eugenio.
Eugen
Eugene (Gr. εὐγενής eugenēs "the well formed", "Wohlgeborene"; eũ from εὖ 'good' and γίγνομαι gígnomai 'to be', 'arise') is a masculine given name, and comes originally from the Greek of Eugénios Εὐγένιος.
Eugene
Eugene is a common (masculine) first name that comes from the Greek εὐγενής (eugenēs), "noble", literally "well-born", from εὖ (eu), "well" and γένος (genos), "race, stock, kin". Gene is a common shortened form. The feminine variant is Eugenia or Eugénie.
Eugenijus
Eugraphe
Eugraphe is a name of Greek origin, i.e. good copyist also writer blessed.
Eumaël
Eunhyuk
Lee Hyuk-jae (hangul: 이혁재; hanja: 李赫宰; born April 4, 1986), better known by his stage name Eunhyuk, is a South Korean singer-songwriter, dancer and actor. He is a member of the K-pop boy band Super Junior and their subgroups, Super Junior-T and Super Junior-H. In 2011, he joined Super Junior's Mandopop subgroup, Super Junior-M and the duo Donghae & Eunhyuk; active in China and Japan respectively.
Eustathius
Evald
Evald is a masculine given name found primarily in Northern Europe, especially in Denmark, Estonia, Norway and Sweden. It is a cogante of the German given name Ewald and may refer to the following individuals:
Evaldas
Evaldas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Evangelos
Evangelos (Greek: Ευάγγελος or Εὐάγγελος in polytonic orthography) is a common Greek male name. (εὐ- "good" + ἄγγελος "messenger, angel").
Evelin
Evelyn is an English first and family name. As a given name it is usually female, there are also male bearers of the name, for example Richard Evelyn Byrd in the English-speaking world. In German, however, the name almost exclusively as a female is viewed.
Even
Even is a Norwegian given name coming from Old Norse Eivindr (existing as Eivindur in Iceland). Another common name derived from Old Norse Eivindr is the Norwegianized Eivind. Eivind, and variants such as Øyvind, are products of the "name renaissance" in Norway, where in the 1800s Old Norse names were plucked from historical sources and given a Norwegianized spelling, cf. Sigurd from Old Norse Sigurðr.
Everhard
Eberhard is a masculine given name, and is also a family name. The meaning of the name is actually "hard, strong, enduring as a boar" (OHG ebur corresponds to boar; harti, Sephora is hard). Hard can be understood in the sense of how Hardy: Eberhard: "which was suitable for the hunting of the boar". Variants are Ebert, Eberhardt, e., the low German Everhard, Evert and Ewert.
Evert
Evert (ˈeːfˌ̞r̩t) is the low German/Dutch equivalent to Eberhard, in other words: hard as a boar short form: EDF (eːf).
Evilásio
Evilásio is a Portuguese masculine given name, mainly found in Brazil.
Ewald
Ewald is a surname used primarily in Germany and Scandinavia. Notable people and concepts with the name include:
Ewen
Eyüp
Eyüp is a Turkish given name for males and a variant of the name Job. People named Eyüp include:
Ezequiel
Ezequiel is a Spanish masculine given name derived from Ezekiel.





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