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.
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:
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.
Emmanuelle Emmanuelle is a French feminine given name. It may refer to:
Edwige Edwige is a French female given name. It may refer to:
Élodie Élodie is a French feminine given name, a variant of Alodia, possibly a Gothic name with elements Ala "other, foreign"(?) and od "wealth, heritage". The given name was popularized via veneration of Saint Alodia, a 9th-century martyr.
Évangéline Evangeline is a French feminine given name of Greek Evaggelia and may appoint several designations. It consists of the prefix ev (good, good) and the word Aggelia (= new) with the French suffix - INE. The name means "Good news".
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