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/.
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.
Evangelos Evangelos (Greek: Ευάγγελος or Εὐάγγελος in polytonic orthography) is a common Greek male name. (εὐ- "good" + ἄγγελος "messenger, angel").
Eleutherios Eleutherios (Greek: Ελευθέριος, "the liberator") is an epithet of:
Emmanouil Emmanouil (Greek: Εμμανουήλ) is the Greek version of the name Emanuel.
Erasmus Erasmus (Greek ερασμιος (erasmios)) or sometimes Rasmus is a male name common in the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the Faroe Islands.
Eugraphe Eugraphe is a name of Greek origin, i.e. good copyist also writer blessed.
Eleftherios Eleftherios (. Ελευθέριος) is a Greek name. It means "free". He has his nameday on December 15.
Epopeus Epopeus (Greek Ἐπωπεύς = "Observers") is an ancient, Greek, male personal name.
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