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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.


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).
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.
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').
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.
Emese
Emese is a female given name meaning (Hungarian anyácska, german mother, Hungarian szoptató german lactating woman, nurse).
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).
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.
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.
Édelmire
Noble mire is a female given name of Germanic origin (German: noble mire; in Spanish: Edelmira) made by adal (elegant) and Mar (famous, known). However, it was maskulinisierten by the time: in Spain we find some Edelmiro.
Édith
Edelgard
Edelgard is an old German, distinction, female first 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).
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).
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





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