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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.
EberhardEberhard 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.
EckhardEckhard (old high German: Mihaela tip, cutting edge, hard hard, strong, firm, determined) is a masculine given name.
EdmundEdmund 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".
EdouardÉdouard or Edouard is a masculine given name. The name is of French origin. The shape of Eduard is used in the German-speaking world.
EfraimEphraim 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.
ElimarElimar is a masculine given name. The name is from the old high German name Adalmar Elimar abgeleitet.adal = noble; Mari = famous
EmmeramEmmeram (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'.
EmmeranEmmeram (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'.
EmmerichEmmerich is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
EngelbertEngelbert is a masculine given name. The name is from the old high German elements angil (= angle) and beraht (shiny) together.
ErikA 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.
EverhardEberhard 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.
EvertEvert (ˈeːfˌ̞r̩t) is the low German/Dutch equivalent to Eberhard, in other words: hard as a boar short form: EDF (eːf).
EwaldEwald is a surname used primarily in Germany and Scandinavia. Notable people and concepts with the name include:
EckhartEckhart 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.
EkkehardEkkehard (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.
EkkehartEkkehard is a German given name; Name day is 28 June. From old high German & #160; ecka 'sword' and 'hard,' Liza.
ErdmannErdmann (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.
ErhardErhard is a male German given name and surname, and may refer to:
ErlandErland 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").
EilfriedEilfried is an old high German given name. It is composed from "AAA" (peak/cutting of a weapon) and "EFFA" (peace) together.
Eitel FriedrichEitel Friedrich, also Eitelfriedrich, is a German given name. He Eitel Fritz and Eitelfritz also occurs in the forms.
EmichoEmicho was a German male given name in the middle ages.
In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.
Note: With an international list of names it can occur that some first names are identical to label names. Hereby we point out that all used marks are property of their respective owners.