Names that Starts With "E"

Male Names
  • Ea (Celtic) - Fire
  • Eadric (English) - Wealthy ruler
  • Eadward (United States) - Guardian; The derived meaning from German is 'Strong as a boar' indicating a strong personality.
  • Eadwardsone (English) - Son of Edward
  • Eadwiella (United States) - It means 'From the Old Spring'
  • Eadwyn (United States) - It means a valued friend
  • Eagan (Irish) - Fiery: forceful.
  • Eakant (Indian) - Loneliness; Alone; Being on your own; Solitude; Seclusion
  • Ealdun (English) - From the elves'valley
  • Ealhhard (English) - Brave
  • Eamon - Wealthy defender
  • Ean (Hebrew) - God is forgiving [English speaking countries]

    A phonetic respelling of Ian.

  • Earie (Scottish) - From the east
  • Earl (English) - Nobleman [English speaking countries]

    This title from Old English 'eorl', meaning nobleman, was often used as a nickname for a servant employed in a noble household.

    Famous bearers include acclaimed actor James Earl Jones, 39th American President James Earl Carter, former Chief

  • Earl (United States) - It means king,warrior or chief in different languages.
  • Earle - Chief
  • Earnest (English) - Serious: determined.
  • Earnest (Germanic) - Earnest, serious [English speaking countries]

    Earnest as a name was rendered famous by Oscar Wilde's play 'The Importance of Being Earnest', a comedy of manners where he plays with the quality of being earnest, making it resound with the name of same origins Ernest.
    This hilarious play is se

  • Eas (Indonesian) - Gold
  • Easaanasivam (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eash (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eashan (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Eashana (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eashar (Indian) - A very Godly person.
  • Easharbir (Indian) - Brave and a very Godly person.
  • Eashardeep (Indian) - It means Godly Light.
  • Easharjeet (Indian) - It means God's Victory
  • Easharjot (Indian) - God's Lightly
  • Easharnaam (Indian) - It means 'Absorbed in God's Name '
  • Easharpreet (Indian) - It means Lover of God.
  • Easharprem (Indian) - It means Lover of God.
  • Eashartek (Indian) - Its means God's Suport.
  • Easharveer (Indian) - It means God's warrior.
  • Eashav (Indian) - Special; Gifted; Exceptional
  • Eashwar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe;
  • Eashwera (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eastan (United States) - Derived from the word easton it means 'From the East'.
  • Easton (English) - From East town. Surname.
  • Easton (English) - River settlement [English speaking countries]
  • Easton (United States) - It means 'From the East Town'.
  • Easwaran (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe;
  • Eawart (English) - Shepherd
  • Ebadaah (Indian) - It means Prayer to Allah
  • Eben (Hebrew) - Rock
  • Eberly (German,Swiss) - A pet form of Eberhardt, meaning brave or hardy.
  • Ebersold (German,Swiss) - Swiss variant of Ebersol, meaning wild boar or wallow.
  • Ebhanan (Indian) - One of many names of Ganpati signifying his elephant face
  • Eburscon (Celtic) - Lives near the yew tree estate
  • Ecchit (Indian) - Wanted; Desired; Wished; Craved; Longed; Aspired; Yearned
  • Ecchvaku (Indian) - A King; Ruler; Emperor; Leader
  • Eckjeet (Indian) - the only winner or victorious; who always succeed
  • Edadeha (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe;
  • Edan (Celtic) - Fire
  • Eddie (English) - Wealth protector [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Ed- names.

  • Eddrick (English) - Power and good fortune.
  • Eddy (English) - Wealth protector [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Ed- names.

  • Edgar (English) - Fortunate and powerful.
  • Edgar (English) - Protector of the good [English, French and Polish speaking countries]

    From the Anglo-Saxon 'eád' or German 'ôt' - 'good, property, inheritance' and 'gar' or 'ger' meaning 'spear'. This combines in the meaning 'spear of prosperity', 'protector of the good (with the spear)'.

    Originally and English name which b

  • Edgardo (English) - Protector of the good [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    A Spanish form of the name Edgar.

  • Edge (United States) - An end of surface; a tendsetter
  • Edhas (Indian) - Happiness; Delighted; Joyful; Glad; Rejoiced
  • Edhatu (Indian) - Born of Wood; Fire; Happiness; Delight; Joyful
  • Edhit (Indian) - Evolved; Grown; Developed; Advanced
  • Edik (Russian) - A healthy and weallthy guardian
  • Edison (English) - Edward’s son [English speaking countries]
  • Edmark (United States) - The very famous tragedy
  • Edmon (English) - Prosperous protector.
  • Edmond (French) - Prosperous protector.
  • Edmond (English) - Prosperous protection [English and French speaking countries]

    See Edmund for more background information.
    In the 20th century, this French form has tended to overtake the English Edmund.

    A noted literary character by the name Edmond was the Count of Monte Cristo in the novel of the same name w

  • Edmund (French) - Prosperous protector.
  • Edmund (English) - Prosperous protection [English and Polish speaking countries]

    From the Old English elements 'ead' (prosperity, fortune) and 'mund' (protection). This concludes in the meaning 'prosperous protection' but another possible meaning is 'protector of prosperity (or inheritance)'.
    The most famous Edmund was King St

  • Ednit (Indian) - Evolved; Grown; Developed; Advanced
  • Edric (English) - Power and good fortune.
  • Edson (English) - Son of the fortunate warrior.
  • Eduard (English) - Wealthy guardian
  • Eduardo (English) - Rich guard [English, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]

    Cognate of Edward.

  • Edvard (English) - Wealthy guardian
  • Edward (English) - Wealthy guardian
  • Edward (English) - Wealth protector [English speaking countries]

    From the Old English Eádweard; a compound name composed of the elements "ead" (riches, prosperity, fortune) and "weard" (guardian, protector). Hence: 'protector of the riches, inheritance', or maybe 'rich guardian', 'fortunate protector'.
    It is mo

  • Edwin - Valued
  • Edwin (English) - Rich friend [English speaking countries]

    Saint Edwin was the first Christian king of Northumbria and a martyr. The name was also born by astronomer Edwin Hubble, and is the real first name of astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

  • Edwyn - Valued
  • Eegaiarasan (Indian) - King of charity
  • Eegaichelvan (Indian) - A charitable person;the person who always donates
  • Eehith (Indian) - A rich, powerful and compassionate person
  • Eekalabya (Indian) - A Pupil , Student of Guru Dronnachaarya; A variant name of Eekalavya
  • Eeksha (Indian) - Seeing; Looking; Visting; One who is seeking
  • Eelamani (Indian) - A gem of eelam
  • Eelamynthan (Indian) - Son of eelam
  • Eemaan (Indian) - God is with us
  • Eepsu (Indian) - Starving to obtain; Wishing to have
  • Eeraja (Indian) - Herb
  • Eerav (Indian) - Faith; Trust; Belief
  • Eesaanan (Indian) - Evolved; Grown; Developed; Advanced
  • Eesh (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Name of Lord Vishnu; Name of Lord Shiva
  • Eeshan (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eeshana (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe;
  • Eeshtva (Indian) - Supremacy; One who is the most supreme power
  • Eeshvar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eeshvara (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eeshwak (Indian) - One who is like a precious gem
  • Eeshwar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; The Almighty
  • Eesvar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; The Almighty
  • Eesvaraavu (Indian) - They are the one who are very strong
  • Eeswar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Creator and Protector of this universe; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eferhard (English) - Brave
  • Efim (Russian) - One who is well famed
  • Efrain (Hebrew) - Fruitful [English and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Efran (Hebrew) - Doubly fruitful. Form of Hebrew Ephraim
  • Efren (Hebrew) - Doubly fruitful. Form of Hebrew Ephraim
  • Efren (Hebrew) - Fruitful [English speaking countries]
  • Egaiarasu (Indian) - King of Charity; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Egan (Irish) - Fiery: forceful.
  • Egappan (Indian) - King of Charity; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Egesa - Terror
  • Eggen (German,Swiss) - Patronymic from Egge, meaning ridge or edge.
  • Eghainathan (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; The Almighty
  • Eginhardt (German) - Strong with a sword
  • Egon (Irish) - Fiery
  • Eha (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ehimay (Indian) - All Pervasive; Omnipresent; Persistent; All-encompassing
  • Ehsaas (Indian) - Feeling; Compassion; Emotions; Realizations
  • Ehta (Indian) - One who is highly praised
  • Eiger (Swiss) - Sharp like a javelin; very strong
  • Eijaz (Indian) - Miracle; Wonder; Marvel
  • Eil (Indian) - All Pervasive; Omnipresent; Persistent; All-encompassing
  • Eilig (Scottish) - From the deer pass
  • Einhard (German) - Strong with a sword
  • Eirawat (Indian) - Name of the Celestial White Elephant of Indra; Deorated Elephant
  • Eito (Japanese) - A very prosperous person; they are kind hearted
  • Ekaagra (Indian) - Focussed; One with lot of concentration; One-pointed; With One Attention;
  • Ekaaksh (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekaaksha (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekaakshara (Indian) - A Name for Lord Ganesha
  • Ekaakshu (Indian) - One who is very intellectual and clever
  • Ekaant (Indian) - Solitary; Secluded; Alone; Serene and Calm
  • Ekaanta (Indian) - Loneliness; Alone; Being on your own; Solitude; Seclusion
  • Ekaatma (Indian) - Oneself; Alone; Being on your own; Solitude; Seclusion
  • Ekaatmaa (Indian) - Oneself; Alone; Being on your own; Solitude; Seclusion
  • Ekabandhu (Indian) - One Friend; One companion
  • Ekabhakta (Indian) - One who worships a single deity
  • Ekacakra (Indian) - The brilliant son of Kashyapa
  • Ekachakr (Indian) - Lord Nityanand's Birthplace; One who holds one wheel; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ekachakra (Indian) - Son of Kashyapa; One who holds one wheel; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ekachandra (Indian) - The Only Moon; One Moon
  • Ekachit (Indian) - One who is with the mind
  • Ekachith (Indian) - With One Mind; One who has only good thoughts
  • Ekachkra (Indian) - One who holds one wheel; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ekacuda (Indian) - A single crested being
  • Ekad (Indian) - The First One
  • Ekada (Indian) - They are first one; the chossen one
  • Ekadant (Indian) - Single-tusked Lord; One of the many names of Lord Ganesh
  • Ekadanta (Indian) - Single-tusked Lord; One of the many names of Lord Ganesh
  • Ekadantha (Indian) - Lord Ganesha; one with a single tooth
  • Ekadeha (Indian) - One who is with a body
  • Ekadev (Indian) - The Only God; The Supreme Being
  • Ekadeva (Indian) - The one who is the supreme God
  • Ekadrina (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Ekadrishta (Indian) - Single-tusked Lord; One of the many names of Lord Ganesh
  • Ekadyu (Indian) - Supreme Sky;
  • Ekagr (Indian) - Focused; Firm; One who has complete concentration; Poised; Peaceful; Stable;
  • Ekagra (Indian) - Focused; Firm; One who has complete concentration; Poised; Peaceful; Stable;
  • Ekagrah (Indian) - Focused; Firm; Decisive; Persistent; Resolute; One who has strong determination;
  • Ekahans (Indian) - Soul; Life Line; Strength of Life; The Only Swan; A bird used by Goddess Saraswathi
  • Ekajata (Indian) - One who has a single twisted lock of hair
  • Ekajyotis (Indian) - The one and only night
  • Ekak (Indian) - The single one and only one time
  • Ekakasa (Indian) - Focused; Firm; Decisive; Persistent; Resolute; One who has strong determination;
  • Ekaksh (Indian) - One Eyed; Focused; Firm; Decisive; Persistent; Resolute; One who has strong determination;
  • Ekaksha (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva signifying his determination and strong will
  • Ekakshara (Indian) - Oneself; Alone; Being on your own; Solitude; Seclusion
  • Ekala (Indian) - One who is solitary and single
  • Ekalavya (Indian) - One who is well known for his Devotion to his Guru; A character name in Epic Mahabharat; Pupil of Dronacharya
  • Ekaling (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva signifying him as the supreme God
  • Ekalinga (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva signifying him as the supreme God
  • Ekama (Indian) - One who is unique and peerless
  • Ekamarnath (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva; Deity of Shiva
  • Ekambal (Indian) - Sky; Heaven; Lord of the Sky
  • Ekamban (Indian) - Sky; Heaven; Lord of the Sky
  • Ekambar (Indian) - Sky; Heaven; Lord of the Sky
  • Ekambaram (Indian) - Sky; Heaven; Lord of the Sky; One of the many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekamber (Indian) - Lord of the Sky; Lord of the Heaven; One of the many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekambera (Indian) - Lord of the Sky; Lord of the Heaven; One of the many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekamranath (Indian) - Lord of the Sky; Lord of the Heaven; One of the many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekamukha (Indian) - One who has a single face
  • Ekan (Indian) - To Suggest; One who proposes; One who advices; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ekana (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Vishnu signifying him as the proposer
  • Ekanai (Indian) - The one and only leader
  • Ekanath (Indian) - Advise; King; An Emperor who proposes; Saint; Poet
  • Ekanatha (Indian) - A very famous poet
  • Ekanayak (Indian) - Sole Leader; The Sole Master; One of the many names of Lord Shiva;
  • Ekanayaka (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva; a sole leader
  • Ekanayana (Indian) - Beautiful; Matchless Beauty; Pleasing; Charming; Having one eye
  • Ekandra (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ekanga (Indian) - Bodyguard; Guardian; Defender; Protector
  • Ekanjeet (Indian) - God's Triumph; Victory of God;
  • Ekanpreet (Indian) - Love for God; Devoted to God; Beloved to God
  • Ekansa (Indian) - Whole; Complete; Full; Entire; Absolute
  • Ekansh (Indian) - Whole; Complete; Full; Entire; Absolute
  • Ekant (Indian) - Solitary; Lonely; Private; Alone; Single; Calm; Peaceful
  • Ekantaraj (Indian) - King of Solitary; Lonely; Calm and Peaceful state
  • Ekanthasai (Indian) - Another name of Lord Sai baba
  • Ekantin (Indian) - Devoted to One Object; A name for the follower of Lord Vishnu
  • Ekapad (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekapada (Indian) - One who is one footed; Name of Shiva and Vishnu
  • Ekaparusa (Indian) - A happy to go lucky person; spontaneous and careful being
  • Ekapat (Indian) - One who is with a single garment
  • Ekapinga (Indian) - One who is born one eyed
  • Ekaraj (Indian) - Emperor; Ruler; King; Leader; Chief
  • Ekaraja (Indian) - One who is the sole monarch
  • Ekaraya (Indian) - Sole Monarch; One Ruler; One Emperor; One King
  • Ekarishi (Indian) - One Rishi; One Saint; One Guru; One Spiritual guide
  • Ekarya (Indian) - Sole Monarch; One Ruler; One Emperor; One King
  • Ekasarg (Indian) - Concentrated; Closely Attentive; Focussed; Firm; Determined;
  • Ekasarga (Indian) - The one who is one horned
  • Ekata (Indian) - First; Single; Lonely; Oneself; Solitude;
  • Ekatal (Indian) - Rhythmic; A Single Beat; Musical Harmony; One raga;
  • Ekatala (Indian) - Rhythmic; A Single Beat; Musical Harmony; One raga; Emperor
  • Ekatan (Indian) - Concentrated; Closely Attentive; Focussed; Firm; Determined;
  • Ekath (Indian) - One Soul; One Inner Heart; Single Spirit
  • Ekatma (Indian) - One Soul; One Inner Heart; Single Spirit
  • Ekatvacha (Indian) - One who keeps repeating the same thing
  • Ekaveer (Indian) - One King; One Emperor; One Ruler; One Leader; One Chief; Bravest of the Brave
  • Ekavir (Indian) - Bravest of the Brave; One Leader; One Chief;
  • Ekavira (Indian) - Bravest of the Brave; One Leader; One Chief; Name of Lord Shiva's Child
  • Ekayan (Indian) - The Doctrine of Unity; Worldly Wisdom; Enlighted; Knowledgeable about life
  • Ekayana (Indian) - One who is the doctrine of unity
  • Ekayasti (Indian) - One who is from the strings of pearl
  • Ekayastika (Indian) - A Single String of Pearls
  • Ekayavan (Indian) - The Wise One; Knowledgeable; Intelligent; Clever
  • Ekdak (Indian) - One who is identical
  • Ekdant (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Ganesha signifying his form with one tusk
  • Ekeesh (Indian) - The Primal God; Supreme Being; Sole Lord
  • Ekendra (Indian) - The Sole Lord; The Supreme Being; Primal God; Ultimate Power
  • Ekesa (Indian) - A sole and majestic God
  • Ekeshwar (Indian) - The Supreme Being; Primal God of all; Sole Lord; Ultimate Power
  • Ekesvara (Indian) - The Supreme Being; Primal God of all; Sole Lord; Ultimate Power
  • Ekeswar (Indian) - The Supreme Being; Primal God of all; Sole Lord; Ultimate Power; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekeswara (Indian) - The Supreme Being; Primal God of all; Sole Lord; Ultimate Power; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ekikarana (Indian) - United; Unified; Joined; Combined
  • Ekiya (Indian) - Unity; Union; Joined; Combined
  • Ekjot (Indian) - God is one single being
  • Ekkari (Indian) - Name of the most good looking person
  • Ekkuntal (Indian) - Another name of Balaram
  • Eklavya (Indian) - One who is well known for his Devotion to his Guru; A character name in Epic Mahabharat; Pupil of Dronacharya
  • Eknaath (Indian) - Poet; Sage; Spiritual Leader; Name of a Saint from Maharashtra in India
  • Eknath (Indian) - Poet; Saint; Sage; Spiritual Leader
  • Ekodar (Indian) - Brother; An elderly person who is held with great regard and honour
  • Ekodara (Indian) - A sister born out of the same womb
  • Ekoram (Indian) - Regard; Honour; One who is held with great respect
  • Ekram (Indian) - Regard; Honour; One who is held with great respect; One of many names of Lord Ram
  • Ekrama (Indian) - Regard; Honour; One who is held with great respect; One of many names of Lord Ram
  • Ekta (Indian) - Poet; Saint; Unity; Union; Joined; Combined
  • Ektor - Father of Arthur
  • Ekval (Indian) - Butterfly; Beautiful and free spirited
  • Elakkiyan (Indian) - One who is accomplished in literature
  • Elamaran (Indian) - Youthful; Young Looking; Juvenile; One of many names of Lord Muruga in his young form
  • Elamurugu (Indian) - Youthful; Young Looking; Juvenile; One of many names of Lord Muruga in his young form
  • Elan (Native American) - Friendly
  • Elang (Indonesian) - Falcon
  • Elango (Indian) - Name of a Chera Prince who is author of Tamil Masterpiece Silappadhikara; A variant of name Illango
  • Elanora (Indian) - The leaves of the creeper
  • Elaparna (Indian) - One of the cardamom creeper
  • Elash (Indian) - Shining; A Horse of the Sun; A Sage inscribed in Rig Veda; Name of sage who was helped by Indra against Surya
  • Elavarasan (Indian) - Son of King; Prince; Heir to throne
  • Elavarasu (Indian) - Son of King; Prince; Heir to throne
  • Elavendhan (Indian) - Honourable Person in the World; One who is held with great respect and regard
  • Elayaraj (Indian) - King of the Earth; Prince; Heir to throne; Son of King; A variant of name Illayaraja
  • Elayaraja (Indian) - King of the Earth; Prince; Heir to throne; Son of King; A variant of name Illayaraja
  • Elazar (Hebrew) - God has helped
  • Elbert (French) - Noble and famous [English speaking countries]
  • Elden (English) - From the elves'valley From the old town. Surname.
  • Eldred - Wise advisor
  • Eldrian (English,United States) - A wise counselor of the battle
  • Eldrick (English) - Old/wise ruler.
  • Eldwin (English) - Old/wise ruler.
  • Elemer (United States) - A honourable and dignified individual
  • Elesh (Indian) - King; Ruler; Emperor; Leader; Chief
  • Eleyaraj (Indian) - King of the Earth; Prince; Heir to throne; Son of King; A variant of name Illayaraja
  • Eleyaraja (Indian) - Young Prince; Heir to throne; Son of King; A variant of name Illayaraja
  • Elgin (English,United States) - A white and noble person
  • Elgine (English,United States) - They are noble and white
  • Elgine (English) - Noble: white.
  • Eli (Hebrew) - Ascend; my God [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Depending on the Hebrew writing, the name might mean "my God" (short form of Eliyahu), "pistil", "pestle", "ascend".

    The name of the priest who raised Samuel (1. Sam. 4).

    Famous bearers include spy Eli Cohen, cotton gin inven

  • Elia (Spanish) - My God is Jehovah. Variant of Hebrew Elijah.
  • Elian (Hebrew) - The Lord is my God; God is family [English and Welsh speaking countries]

    Could also be a variant on Elijah or Eliam. The name of an early Welsh saint.

  • Elias (Hebrew) - Jehovah is God
  • Elias (Hebrew) - My God is the Lord [English and Greek speaking countries]

    Greek variant of the Hebrew Elijah. "Elias" is the name of an oratorio by Felix Mendelssohn. It is sometimes claimed that Elias is linked to the ancient Greek name Helios, though this theory is not strongly supported by onomastic evidence.

  • Eliezer (Hebrew) - God has helped
  • Eliezer (Hebrew) - My God is help [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    In the Old Testament, Eliezer was Moses and Zipporah's second son.

  • Elijah (Hebrew) - My god is the lord [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Elijah was a Hebrew prophet who appeared mysteriously during the 9th century B.C.E. and left this earth in a blazing chariot ascending into the heavens. He appears in the Bible in 1 and 2 Kings, and is seen with Moses during the Transfiguration of Jesus.<

  • Elika (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Elil (Indian) - Handsome; Charming; Appealing; Attractive; Good Looking
  • Elilaendhi (Indian) - A fortunate person who loves social life
  • Elilan (Indian) - One who is dashing and handsome
  • Elilarasan (Indian) - Handsome; King of Beauty; Charming; Appealing; Attractive; Good Looking
  • Elilarasu (Indian) - Handsome; King of Beauty; Charming; Appealing; Attractive; Good Looking
  • Elilchelvan (Indian) - A Simple Good Looking Man; Handsome; Charming; Appealing; Attractive
  • Elilendhi (Indian) - Handsome; Charming; Appealing; Attractive; Good Looking
  • Elillarasan (Indian) - One who is born beautiful
  • Elillchelvan (Indian) - A handsome and talented personality
  • Elilvendan (Indian) - Handsome; King of Beauty; Charming; Appealing; Attractive; Good Looking
  • Elim (Hebrew) - Oasis
  • Eliot (Hebrew) - My god is the lord [English speaking countries]
  • Eliott (French) - Believes in God
  • Eliott (Greek,United States) - Jehovah is the God; loving and caring
  • Elisaichelvan (Indian) - One who likes music; master of music
  • Elisainambi (Indian) - One who is confident and energetic
  • Elisaiyan (Indian) - One who is the master of music
  • Eliseo (Hebrew) - Jehovah is God
  • Eliseo (Hebrew) - My God is salvation [English, Italian and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Elisheba (Hebrew) - God is my wrath
  • Eljah (United States) - God is all-powerful and and mighty
  • Eljin (English) - Noble: white.
  • Ellam (Indian) - All; Everything; The Entire Universe; All inclusive; Whole
  • Ellappan (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Mahavishnu
  • Ellery (English) - Joyful: happy.
  • Elliot (French) - Believes in God
  • Elliot (Hebrew) - My god is the lord [English speaking countries]

    A diminutive of the Old French Elie, possible cognate of Elijah. The popular medieval diminutive gave rise to a surname which is the immediate source for the modern use of Elliot.

  • Elliott - After Pete's Dragon
  • Elliott (Hebrew) - My god is the lord [English speaking countries]
  • Ellu (Indian) - Tamil equivalent of Sesame Seed
  • Elluchami (Indian) - Tamil equivalent of Sesame Seed which is considered Sacred
  • Elmer (United States) - One who is noble and famous
  • Elmer (Germanic) - Noble and famous [English speaking countries]

    Transferred use of the surname originating from the Old English elements for "noble" and "famous".

    It may also be from the Medieval French name Aylmer, or a modification of Elmo, popularized in the 19th century by Augusta Jane Evans' novel

  • Elmer Fudd
  • Elov (Swiss) - Ever-heir or successor.
  • Eloy (French) - Chosen one. The name of a French saint.
  • Eloy (Latin) - Selection [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spanish form of late Latin name Eligius.

  • Elrod (English) - The king.
  • Elsinger (German,Swiss) - Probably a derivative of Elsing.
  • Elson (English) - From the old town. Surname.
  • Elston (English) - Variant of Elias from Elijah My God is Jehovah. Also From the old town. Surname.
  • Elta (Hawaiian) - this means that the lord is my god.
  • Elton (English) - Ella's town; eel town [English speaking countries]

    There are many places of this name in England; it is impossible to decide from which the family appellation is derived.
    Multiple origins are considered. It could mean, from the Old English, "Ella's town". Or the derivation might be from the Saxon

  • Elumalai (Indian) - Lord of Seven Hills; Lord Venkateshwara; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Elvarasu (Indian) - Son of King; Prince; Heir to throne
  • Elvern (English) - Elf-wise friend. Variant of Alvin.
  • Elvin (English) - Elf-wise friend. Variant of Alvin.
  • Elvin (English) - Friend of elves [English speaking countries]

    Variant of Alvin.

  • Elvis (English) - Meaning unknown [English speaking countries]

    Elvis, borne by legendary rock-n'-roll American singer Elvis Presley, is a name of uncertain derivation. It has been suggested that it was related to such first names as Alvis, or Elwin, or even maybe to the surname Elwes.

  • Elvis (United States,Norse) - this name means sage or elf or wise friend.
  • Elvyn (English) - Elf-wise friend. Variant of Alvin.
  • Elwen (English) - Old friend
  • Elwood (English) - From the old forest
  • Elwyn (Welsh,United States) - this name means a wise old friend.
  • Ely (German) - Famous fighter
  • Emerson (English) - Son of Emery [English speaking countries]

    Transferred use of the surname meaning "son of Emery".

  • Emery (English) - Brave: powerful. Variant of Amory.
  • Emery (German) - Work and ruler [English speaking countries]

    English variant of the Old French Aimeri, a name derived from the Old High German Amalrich (work ruler), a compound name composed of the elements amal (work) and rich (ruler, king).

  • Emil (English) - Derived from Roman clan name which may mean industrious.
  • Emil (Latin) - Rival; emulating [Czech, English, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian and Slovak speaking countries]
  • Emile (French,United States) - it means excellence.
  • Emiliano (Latin) - Rival; emulating [English speaking countries]
  • Emilio (Latin) - Rival; emulating [English, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]

    Derived from the old Roman family name Aemilius.

    Emilio Estevez is an actor who was famous as being part of the 1980s 'Brat Pack', and appeared in films such as 'The Breakfast Club' and 'St Elmo's Fire'. More recently, he has worked as a di

  • Emmanual (Hebrew) - God is with us.
  • Emmanuel (Hebrew) - God is with us [English and French speaking countries]

    Latinate form of the Hebrew name Immanuel through the Greek cognate Emmmanouel.
    The prophet Isaiah envisioned the name of the Messiah as being Immanuel in the Old Testament. In the New Testament, it is another name for Jesus Christ.

  • Emmanuel (Hebrew,United States) - a word used for the Messiah in the old testament which also means god is with us.
  • Emmeton (English,United States) - a person born out of power.
  • Emmett (English,United States) - somebody who has a lot of power and is brave.
  • Emmett (German) - All-containing; universal; strength [English speaking countries]
  • Emmot (English,United States) - powerful and strong.
  • Emmota (English,United States) - this is a name which signifies someone who is strong and extremely powerful.
  • Emms (English,United States) - it means someone who is a son of the universe.
  • Emperor
  • Enabarr (United States,Canadian) - this name means birdhead.
  • Enabarri (United States,Canadian) - a birdhead is signified by this name.
  • Enajina (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva in Tamil
  • Enakulesh (Indian) - A King; Emperor; One of many names of Lord Sri Ram
  • Enando (German) - Bold venture
  • Enda (Irish) - Name of a saint
  • Englebert (German) - Bright angel
  • Engunan (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Enmei (Japanese) - bright circle or life sustaining.
  • Enoch (Hebrew) - Devoted; dedicated [English speaking countries]

    Enoch is an Anglicized form of the Hebrew name Chanok. It is a name borne by several biblical characters in the book Genesis: the eldest son of Cain, as well as a son of Jared and father of Metuselah. Jewish legends make Enoch the inventor of script, math

  • Enrique (Germanic) - Home ruler [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spanish cognate of Henry, from Germanic roots meaning "home-rule". Enrique Iglesias is a Spanish singer.

  • Enrique (Spanish,United States) - ruler of an estate.
  • Entilak (Indian) - Marked; Noticeable; One of many names referring to Moon
  • Entolan (Indian) - My Friend; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Enzo (Italian) - Uncertain, perhaps home ruler [English speaking countries]

    The meaning of this name is uncertain. It could be an old Italian form of Henry (home ruler); it could derive from Germanic ent "giant"; or it could be a short form of names ending in enzo, such as Vincenzo and Lorenzo.

  • Eoghan (Irish) - God's gift
  • Eoin (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English and Gaelic speaking countries]

    Popular anglicized form of the Irish form of John.
    It may also be an anglicized form of Irish Eoghan.

  • Eoin Baiste (Irish) - Form of John the Baptist
  • Eored (Old English,United States) - cavalry or band or troop.
  • Eorkonweald (Old English,United States) - a group of horse mounted riders of Rohirrim.
  • Eorl (Old English,United States) - a nobleman or chief of a tribe.
  • Eorland (English,United States) - a noblemen's land.
  • Eorlland (English,United States) - a land belonging to noblemen.
  • Eorlland (English) - From the noblemsn's land
  • Eorlson (English,United States) - a nobleman's son.
  • Eormenburh (English,United States) - people belonging to noblemen's land
  • Eormengard (English,United States) - a strong person from a nobleman's land.
  • Eormengild (Anglo Saxon,United States) - it means public pledge.
  • Ephram (Hebrew) - Fruitful
  • Eravant (Indian) - Son of Arjuna and Uloopi; A variant spelling is Eravanth
  • Eravanth (Indian) - Son of Arjuna and Uloopi; A variant spelling is Eravant
  • Eravantha (Indian) - Son of Arjuna and Uloopi; A variant spelling is Eravanth
  • Erawat (Indian) - The celestial white elephant of Lord Indra; A variant spelling is Airawat
  • Eri (Hebrew) - Abbreviation of Erin - a poetic name for Ireland.
  • Eric (Norse) - Eternal ruler [English and French speaking countries]

    Derived from the Old Norse Eirìkr (eternal ruler), a compound name composed of the elements ei (ever, always) and ríkr (ruler). The origin of the name is debated. Most believe in the Norse etymology, but there are some who think it comes to the Old Norse

  • Eric (United States,Norse) - ever or eternal ruler.
  • Erich (Norwegian,United States) - ruler of the people.
  • Erich (Norse) - Eternal ruler [English and German speaking countries]

    A German form of Eric.

  • Erick (Norse) - Eternal ruler [English speaking countries]
  • Erick (Norwegian,United States) - a word which means someone who rules the people.
  • Erik (African) - Very Funny.
  • Erik (Norse) - Eternal ruler [Czech, Danish, English, German, Hungarian, Norwegian, Slovak and Swedish speaking countries]

    Erik is a popular name, a cognate of the Old Norse name that gave Eric. However, there are some who believe the name comes to the Old Norse via the Germanic ehre (honor) and the Proto-Germanic rik (king), hence "honorable king". This was the name of twel

  • Erish (Indian) - To cherish; To hold dear; Beloved; Dearmost
  • Erisman (German,Swiss) - An honorable man.
  • Erisudar (Indian,Tamil) - it means intelligent.
  • Erix (Norwegian,United States) - island ruler or eternal ruler.
  • Eriyadi (Indian) - Latin - Po River; Name of a constellation representing a river
  • Erland (English) - From the noblemsn's land
  • Erling (Norwegian,United States) - heir of clanchief.
  • Ernesh (Indian) - Sincere; Battle to the death; Determined; Honest
  • Ernest (German) - Serious: determined.
  • Ernest (Germanic) - Earnest, serious [English speaking countries]

    Cognate of the Germanic Ernst, the name was introduced to England in the 18th century following the coronation of George I (1660-1727), the "German King". George III's son Ernest Augustus, was the first of five Kings of Hanover to hold the name. Ernest Au

  • Ernestino (English,United States) - an earnest and determined effort.
  • Ernesto (Germanic) - Earnest, serious [English, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Ernet (Indian) - Bird;
  • Ernie (Germanic) - Earnest, serious [English speaking countries]
  • Eroth (Indian) - Psychic; Intelligent; Brilliant; Clever
  • Erran (Indian) - Eagle; Bird Name; A Tamil name for Eagle
  • Errapel (Hebrew) - Divine healer
  • Errol (Latin) - Uncertain, possibly wandering [English speaking countries]

    Of debated etymology, some believe it is derived from a Scottish place name of uncertain origin. Others think it is derived from the Latin errare (to wander).

  • Erroll (Scottish) - Earl: nobleman.
  • Erudheri (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva in Tamil
  • Erumelivasan (Indian) - One who Lives in Erumeli; One of many names of Lord Shiva in Tamil
  • Eruyarththan (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva in Tamil
  • Ervar (Indian) - Befitting a Hero; One who is heroic;
  • Ervin (English) - Green water; boar friend [English and Hungarian speaking countries]

    Ervin is a variant of the surname Irvine, which has three separate origins. It can be from one of two places in Scotland, either Irvine or Irving. Both places are named for a Celtic river whose name probably meant 'green water'. It can also be derived fro

  • Erwin (English) - Friend of the sea
  • Erwin (Germanic) - Uncertain, possibly friend of the army [Dutch, English and German speaking countries]

    There are several different etymologies concerning the name Erwin. It is often seen as an evolution of the Old High German Herwin (friend of the army), which is a compounding of the elements heri (army) and wine (friend).
    It could also be a form o

  • Esaiko (Indian,Tamil) - a king of music.
  • Esaki (Indian) - South Indian Local God; A Tamil God; A variant spelling is Esakki
  • Esakki (Indian) - Tamil God; South Indian Local God; A variant spelling is Esaki
  • Esau (Hebrew) - Hairy. Biblical Jacob's older twin brother Esau was a skilled and adventurous hunter.
  • Esequiel (Spanish) - God strengthens.
  • Esh (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Lord; Master
  • Eshaan (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Lord; Master; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eshan (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; Lord; Master; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eshan (Indian) - Ruler [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    Name associated with Lord Shiva.
    Eshan might also be a town of Judah in the uplands of Hebron (Josh 15:52).

  • Eshanputra (Indian) - One who is the child of Lord Shiva
  • Eshansh (Indian) - A Part of God; A divine part; A blessing of God
  • Eshanth (Indian) - One of the many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Eshar (Indian) - Blessed; Prosperous; Rich; Wealthy; Gifted
  • Esharveer (Indian) - God's Warrior; One who is defender of God; Protector of God; Fights for God
  • Eshit (Indian) - Desired; Wished; Long; Crave; One who is longed and wanted
  • Eshvar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eshwar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eshwarchandra (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva signifying his form adorned with moon; God Adorned by Moon
  • Eshwardutt (Indian) - Gift of God; Blessing of God; God's prize; Present from God
  • Esmund (English) - Protected by God
  • Esquevelle (Spanish) - Unknown
  • Estcot (English) - From the east cottage
  • Esteban (Greek) - Crown [English, French and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spanish cognate of Stephen (crown, garland).

  • Estevan (Greek) - Crown [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of the Spanish cognate of Stephen, which is from the Latin Stephanus, a derivative of the Greek Stephanos, which has its root in stephanos (a crown, a garland).

  • Eston (English) - From East town. Surname.
  • Eswanth (Indian,Sanskrit) - a word for Lord Krishna.
  • Eswar (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eswara (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eswarapu (Indian) - God; Supreme Being; One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Etaka (Indian) - One who is loving to others; Kind; Affectionate
  • Etana (Hawaiian) - a Hawaiian word meaning strong.
  • Etash (Indian) - Luminous; Radiant; Bright; Brilliant
  • Eth (Irish) - Fire
  • Ethan (Hebrew) - Strong, firm, impetuous [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Ethan means strong and optimistic, solid and enduring, or permanent. The name Ethan appears eight times in the Hebrew Bible. Ethan the Ezrahite, is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. It may be that Ethan was a cymbal-player in King David's court. He authored

  • Ethari (Indian) - Luminous; Radiant; Bright; Brilliant
  • Ethelbert (English) - Splendid
  • Ethen (Hebrew) - Strong, firm, impetuous [English speaking countries]

    Modern respelling of Ethan.

  • Ethinder (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Ethiraj (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva; Supreme Being
  • Ethirajan (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva; Supreme Being
  • Etienne (Greek) - Crown [English and French speaking countries]
  • Etlelooaat (Native American) - Shouts (Algonquin)
  • Ettan (Indian) - Breath; Life
  • Etu (Native American) - Sun
  • Eugene
  • Eugene (Greek) - Well born [English and French speaking countries]

    A borrowing from the French Eugène.

    From the Latin Eugenius and the Greek Eugenios, which are derived from the Greek "eugenes" (well-born, noble). Eugene was a name borne by four popes and several saints.

    Eugène de Beauharna

  • Eugenio (Greek) - Well born [English speaking countries]
  • Eulyses (Greek,United States) - wrathful or hater.
  • Eumer (Greek,United States) - somebody who hates.
  • Eumir (Greek,United States) - a person who is wrathful or hates a lot.
  • Eusebio (Spanish,Hawaiian) - one who worships well.
  • Evadeam - A dwarf
  • Evan (Scottish) - Right handed
  • Evan (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English and Welsh speaking countries]

    Evan is considered to be Welsh and is, like Ieunan, a form of John and means "God is gracious". Evan and Even are used also in Britanny where they are linked to John the Baptist. These forms overlap in Ireland and Scotland with forms of Eoghan, which are

  • Evans (Welsh,United States) - god is good.
  • Evarado (Spanish) - Hardy: brave.
  • Evaraj (Indian) - One who shines as Bright as the Sun; Luminant and Radiant like Sun; Brilliant like Sun
  • Evavad (Indian) - Truthful; Honest; Faithful; One who does not lie or cheat
  • Evayavan (Indian) - One who is quick; One who grants all wishes; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Evelyn (Hebrew) - Life
  • Everardo (Spanish) - Hardy: brave.
  • Everett (Germanic) - Strong as a wild boar [English speaking countries]

    Originally a surname derived from the first name Everard

  • Everleigh (English) - From Ever's meadow
  • Evert (German) - Hardy: brave.
  • Evgen (Russian) - One who was born good
  • Evgeni (Russian) - He who was born good
  • Evgeniy (Russian) - He who was born as a good person
  • Evoy (Irish) - Blond
  • Evyamarut (Indian) - One who is under the protection of Martus
  • Evyavan (Indian) - One who grants all wishes; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ewald (English) - Powerful
  • Ewan (Gaelic) - Born from the yew tree; youth [English speaking countries]

    Anglicized Scottish form of Eoghan.

  • Ewart (German) - Hardy: brave.
  • Ewen (Irish) - Possibly a variant of John.
  • Ewyn (Celtic) - Young
  • Ezekiel (Hebrew) - God will strengthen [English speaking countries]

    Ezekiel was a major prophet of the Old Testament, the author of the Book of Ezekiel. Ezekiel, like Jeremiah, is said to have been a descendant of Joshua by his marriage with the proselyte Rahab. He lived in Jerusalem until the Babylonian conquest and capt

  • Ezell (United States) - A noble-born person
  • Ezequiel (Spanish) - God strengthens.
  • Ezequiel (Hebrew) - God will strengthen [English, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spanish and Portugese cognate of Ezekiel.

  • Ezhilan (Indian) - A man of humble character
  • Ezhilarasan (Indian) - The most beautiful King of all
  • Ezhilinpan (Indian) - The beauty that happiness brings
  • Ezhumalai (Indian) - Lord Venkateshwara; Lord of Seven Hills; Lord Balaji; One of many names of Lord Vishnu
  • Ezra (Hebrew) - Aid [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Ezra was a prophet of the Old Testament, a priest who returned to Judah from exile in Babylon.

  • Ezrah (Hebrew) - Help. 5th century BC Jewish priest and scholar Ezra wrote three biblical books and began compiling and cataloging the Hebrew Scriptures that later formed the Old Testament.
Female Names
  • Eadaion (German) - Joyous friendship
  • Eadda (English) - Wealthy
  • Eadgyth - Wife of Edward the Confessor
  • Eadlin - Princess
  • Eadwine (English) - Wealthy friend
  • Eara (Scottish) - From the east
  • Earlene (English) - Noble woman
  • Earline (English) - Noble woman. Feminine of Earl
  • Earna (United States) - It means universal
  • Earwine (English) - Friend of the sea
  • Earwyna (English) - Friend of the sea
  • Easmatara (Indian) - Unknown.
  • Easter (United States) - The name easter is derived from the word eastre which means 'Godsess of Spring'
  • Eathelyn (English) - Noble waterfall
  • Ebbani (Indian) - It means Fog or Dew Drops.
  • Eboni (English) - The color black.
  • Eboni (English) - Ebony wood [English speaking countries]
  • Ecchumati (Indian) - Flowing water;river;spontaneous
  • Echamati (Indian) - A fresh stream of water
  • Echo (Greek) - A nymph.
  • Eda - Wealthy
  • Edda (German) - Pleasant. Strives. Variant of Hedda or Hedwig.
  • Edee (English) - Spoils of war.
  • Edelina (German) - Gracious
  • Eden (Hebrew) - Perfect: Pleasure. The gardenlike Biblical first home of Adam and Eve.
  • Edha (Indian) - The sacred one who is very vigilant
  • Edie (English) - Spoils of war.
  • Edina (Scottish) - From Edinburgh
  • Edit - Joyous
  • Edith (English) - Happy warfare. Spoils of war.
  • Edith (English) - Prosperous in war [English speaking countries]

    From the Anglo-Saxon eád-gyth, with 'eád' meaning 'good, prosperity, fortune, inheritance' and 'gyth' meaning 'battle' or 'strife'. Another possible meaning is 'warrior for the good'. Eadgyth was the name of the daughter of King Edgar (see Edgar). She is

  • Edlin (English) - Noble waterfall
  • Edlyn - Princess
  • Edlynne - Princess
  • Edmunda (English) - Rich benefactress
  • Edna (Celtic) - Fire
  • Edna (Gaelic) - Kernel; nut [English speaking countries]

    Derived from the Hebrew, Edna is found in the apocryphal book Tobit, as the name of the mother of Sarah and stepmother of Tobias.

    Edna is also an anglicized form of Irish Eithne.

  • Edrea (Hebrew) - Powerful
  • Edrys - Wealthy ruler
  • Edwinna (English) - Rich in friendship. Feminine of Edwin.
  • Edytha (English) - Spoils of war.
  • Eesha (Indian) - Indian Goddess Parvati; Purity
  • Eeshani (Indian) - Wife of Lord Shiva; name of Indian Goddess Parvati
  • Eeshika (Indian) - A powerful arrow
  • Eeshta (Indian) - Beloved; Name of Godess lakshmi
  • Effie (English) - Abbreviation of Greek name Euphemia meaning well spoken.
  • Egbertina (English) - Shining sword
  • Eibhlin (Irish) - Pleasant, beautiful, radiant.
  • Eileen (Irish) - Light Variant of Evelyn.
  • Eileen (Gaelic) - Form of Helen; Evelyn; Aveline; pleasant [English speaking countries]

    Anglicized form of Eibhlín.
    Originally used in Ireland as a form of Helen or Evelyn. Could also be related to Gaelic in which it means 'pleasant'.

  • Eilish - Variant of Elizabeth. Consecrated to God.
  • Eiram (Indian) - Heaven; a self assured person and responsible being
  • Eiravati (Indian) - One who has lightening speed ; Ravi river
  • Eiric (Scottish) - Ruler
  • Eisha (Indian) - Purity; name of Goddess Parvati
  • Eistir (Irish) - Irish form of Esther star
  • Eja - Pronouced Asia.
  • Ekaa (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Ekadhana (Indian) - One who is the portion of wealth
  • Ekaja (Indian) - They are the one wnd only child
  • Ekamjot (Indian) - God'S Light; Brightness, Luminance and Radiance of God
  • Ekani (Indian) - Oneness; One; Single; Solitary; Unity; Spirituality
  • Ekanshi (Indian) - They are natty, kind hearted individual
  • Ekanta (Indian) - One who is in love with solitude
  • Ekantha (Indian) - One who is peaceful and love solitude
  • Ekaparana (Indian) - One who is the wife of Himalayas
  • Ekaparnika (Indian) - They are like Goddess Durga
  • Ekaterina (Russian) - One who is innocent and pure
  • Ekavali (Indian) - A majestic and precious neckpiece
  • Ekisha (Indian) - The one who is famous Goddess
  • Ektaa (Indian) - One who is a unified identity
  • Ekveera (Indian) - One who is the daughter of Lord Shiva
  • Elaina (Greek) - Torch; bright light [English and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Elaine (French) - Shining light. Variant of Helen.
  • Elaine (Greek) - Torch; bright light [English and Welsh speaking countries]

    Old French form of Greek Helen. Revived in Britain at the end of the 19th century and very popular in the 1950s, especially in Scotland.

    In Arthurian legend, Elaine is a name shared by several different female characters, including King Art

  • Elakshi (Indian) - One who has bright and beautiful eyes
  • Elampirai (Indian) - The young Crescent
  • Elani (United States) - Light coming inside the soul
  • Elaura (Indian) - A youthful princess; rich and famous
  • Elavali (Indian) - Earth; Princess of the land;
  • Elaxi (Indian) - A woman who has bright eyes
  • Elberte (English) - Noble or glorious
  • Elbertyna (English) - Noble or glorious
  • Eldride - Wise or prudent advisor
  • Ele (Hawaiian) - The black, shining one
  • Eleanor (French) - Shining light. Variant of Helen.
  • Eleanor (Greek) - Pity [English speaking countries]

    Derived from French name Aliénor, which is of obscure meaning.

    Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204), whilst being a wealthy and powerful woman in her own right, was married to the King of France (Louis VII) and the King of England (Henry II). S

  • Eleena (Spanish) - Shining light. Variant of Helen.
  • Elena (Greek) - Wicker, reed, shoot; torch; basket [English, Italian, Spanish and Swedish speaking countries]

    Elena is the Spanish and Italian form of Helen.

    Bearers include the Infanta Elena of Spain, eldest daughter of King Juan Carlos and tennis players Elena Dementieva and Elena Baltacha.

    The name is particularly popular in Spa

  • Eleni (Greek) - Wicker, reed, shoot; torch; basket [English and Greek speaking countries]

    In the Greek alphabet the modern form of Helen is written 'epsilon-lambda-epsilon-nu-eta', with the accent on the second epsilon. In English it is variantly transcribed as 'Elene' or 'Eleni'.

  • Elenuta (Romanian,Old Greek) - Elenuta is a variant of Helen, meaning shining or bright one.
  • Eleonora (Italian) - Light
  • Elethea (English) - Healer
  • Elfreda (English) - Good counselor
  • Elga - Elfs spear
  • Eliana (Hebrew) - The Lord has responded [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    The Latin "Eliana" derives from the Latin family name "Aelianus," which corresponds to the Greek word Helios (sun).
    It is also a Hebrew name, meaning "God has answered".

  • Elicia (French) - Abbreviation of Elisabeth.
  • Elili (Indian) - A beautiful creature
  • Elilmani (Indian) - Precious like the rare gem
  • Elina (Greek) - Torch; bright light [English, Finnish and Hindi speaking countries]

    Finnish form of Helen. It might also be a variant of Elena.
    An Indian name meaning intelligent.

  • Elinor (French,United States) - One who is filled with sense and sensibility
  • Eliora (Hebrew) - God is light
  • Elisa (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English, Finnish, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]

    Short form of Elisabeth.

  • Elisa (United States) - One who is consecrated to god
  • Elisabet (Hebrew) - Devoted to God
  • Elisabeta (Romanian) - Elisabeta is the Romanian form of Elizabeth, meaning God is my oath.
  • Elisabeta (Romanian) - They are masters of gorgeous personalities
  • Elisabeth (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [Dutch, English, French and German speaking countries]

    Usual form of Elizabeth in European languages. It occurs commonly in English-speaking countries.

  • Elisamarie (French) - Abbreviation of Elisabeth.
  • Elise (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [Dutch, English, French, German and Norwegian speaking countries]

    French diminutive of Elisabeth or feminine form of Elisée. Introduced to English-speaking countries in the later half of the 19th century.

    The Lotus Elise is a sports car. Für Elise is a solo piano piece by Ludwig van Beethoven, it is not o

  • Elissa (English) - Variation of Elizabeth. My God is bountiful:God of plenty.
  • Elissa (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English speaking countries]

    A short form of Elisabeth, Elissa is also bestowed as an independent given name.

    Elissa is another name of the mythological, famous and tragic queen Dido of Carthage. Her history and faith formed a part of the plot of Virgil's Aeneas.

  • Eliza (French) - Consecrated to God
  • Eliza (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English and Polish speaking countries]
  • Elizabegh (Biblical,United States) - God who protection and satisfaction
  • Elizabella (United States) - Beautiful person who took God as an oath
  • Elizabet (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English and Finnish speaking countries]
  • Elizabeth (Hebrew) - My God is bountiful:God of plenty. Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist in the bible. In England Queen Elizabeth I and II.One of the most frequently used names in England.
  • Elizabeth (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English, Greek and Hebrew speaking countries]

    From Elisabet, the Greek form of the Hebrew name Elisheva meaning "my God is a vow".
    In the Old Testament, Elisheva is the wife of Aaron.
    In the New Testament, the name is borne by a kinswoman of the Virgin Mary and mother of John the Bapti

  • Elizaveta (Russian) - A devoted individual; they are everywhere
  • Elke (Hebrew) - Oath to God
  • Ella (Greek) - Torch; bright light [English, Norwegian and Swedish speaking countries]

    Ella originated as a short form of any of the various names containing the Germanic element ali (foreign, other).

    Ella is now taken as a variant of Ellen, and also a possible nickname to other names with a strong el-sound in them.

  • Ellaine (French) - Shining light. Variant of Helen.
  • Ellasyn (United States) - Children of Ellis; creative and productive
  • Elle (United States) - One who has aged gracefully like a beautiful fairy
  • Elle (English) - Abbreviation of Eleanor and Ellen. Beautiful fairy
  • Elle (French) - She [English speaking countries]

    Elle could as well serve as a nickname to names with a strong el-sound (ex. Elisabeth, Eleanor, Helen, etc.) and is equivalent to the personal pronoun 'she' in the French language.
    Inspiration may also come from the French fashion magazine "Elle".

  • Elleen (Irish) - Variant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman
  • Ellen (Greek) - Torch; bright light [English, Norwegian and Swedish speaking countries]

    Except for its roots to Helen this name can also be linked to more common El-names such as Eleanor.

    There are various actresses named Ellen such as comedian Ellen DeGeneres, 'Grey's Anatomy' star Ellen Pompeo, Ellen Barkin and Academy awar

  • Ellen Pompeo
  • Elli (Hebrew) - Devoted to God
  • Elliana (Hebrew) - The Lord has responded [English speaking countries]

    Variant spelling of Eliana.

  • Ellie (English) - Abbreviation of Eleanor and Ellen.
  • Ellie [English speaking countries]

    Ellie is a nickname for El- names, most commonly Eleanor. As a stand-alone name it has only recently made the top 200 in the US, but it has seen great popularity in the UK, where it fell to 13th place in 2007.

  • Ellisha (English) - Variant of Elias which is the Greek form of Elijah.
  • Ellone (African) - God loves me.
  • Ellora (Indian) - Clouds; Also name given to cave temples in India
  • Elly [English speaking countries]

    Variant of Ellie and pet form of names beginning with el.

  • Ellyn (English) - Variant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman
  • Elmyra (English) - Noble
  • Eloisa (Spanish) - Variant of Louise. See also Heloise.
  • Elok (Indonesian) - A beautiful woman, or jewel.
  • Elora (English) - Modern blend of El- and Lora meaning God gives the Laurel: the crown of victory.
  • Elsa - Rescued by Percival
  • Elsa (Hebrew) - My God is a vow; joyful [English, Finnish, German, Spanish and Swedish speaking countries]

    Originally a pet form of Elizabeth, Elsa is now in common use as an independent given name. Elsa may also be taken as coming from the Hebrew meaning "joyful".

    Elsa Schiaparelli was a fashion designer of the 1920s and 30s. Elsa was the name

  • Elsa (Spanish,United States) - God who provides satisfaction; truth
  • Elsbeth (Scottish) - Variant of Elisabeth.
  • Elsea (Australian,Scottish) - this means one who is devoted to god or is pledged to god.
  • Elsha (German) - Noble
  • Elsie (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English speaking countries]

    A pet form of Elizabeth.

  • Elthia (English) - Healer
  • Elva (English) - Elfin. Good counselor or elf
  • Elveva (Irish,United States) - the meaning of this name is elfin or elf leader.
  • Elvia (Irish) - Elfin.
  • Elvine (English) - Good elf
  • Elvira (Spanish) - Truth. White or beautiful
  • Elvira (Latin,United States) - this name means white.
  • Elysabeth - Same as Elisabeth or Elizabeth. Nontraditional spelling. Devoted to God, Mother of John the Baptist. Elizabeth I and Elizabeth II, Queens of England, very popular British name.
  • Elyse (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English speaking countries]

    Modern variation of Elise.

  • Elysia (Greek) - Struck by lightning [English speaking countries]

    Elysia comes from the Greek Elysion (Latinized as 'Elysium'). Elysium was a part of the Greek underworld roughly equivalent to our idea of 'heaven'. Elysium is an obscure and mysterious name that evolved from a designation of a place or person struck by l

  • Elyssa (Hebrew) - My God is a vow [English speaking countries]

    A variant of Elissa, a short form of Elizabeth.

  • Elyzabeth - Variant of Elizabeth.
  • Ema (Spanish) - Grandmother
  • Ember (English) - Anniversary. Ember day is a day in Lent devoted to fasting and prayer. Also modern usage as rhyming variant of Amber.
  • Ember (English) - Burned coal [English speaking countries]

    Similar in sound to the name Amber, Ember is a far less common alternative.

  • Emeline (French) - Hardworking. Variant of Emily.
  • Emely (Latin) - Rival; emulating [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Emily.

  • Emely (Latin,United States) - this name has the meaning of a leader who emulates success.
  • Emelye (Latin,United States) - the meaning of this name is someone who is industrious and a leader.
  • Emerald (Greek) - Green gemstone [English speaking countries]

    The word "emerald" derives from the Greek word "smaragdos," which means "green gemstone." Emeralds, a form of beryl, has been prized for centuries among cultures throughout the world.

    Emerald is one of the birthstones for the month of May.

  • Emerson - Unknown
  • Emestina (German) - Serious
  • Emi (Japanese) - this means smile that is beautiful and picturesque.
  • Emica (Japanese) - this name means charming or blessed and beautiful.
  • Emiko (Japanese) - this name means a prosperous and beautiful child.
  • Emilee (Latin) - Rival; emulating [English speaking countries]

    Emilee is a popular modern respelling of Emily.

  • Emilia (Spanish) - Flattering
  • Emilia (Latin) - Rival; emulating [English, Finnish, Polish, Portuguese and Swedish speaking countries]

    From Aemilius, the name of a Roman noble family, which has been associated with as well the Greek aimulos' and the Latin 'aemulus' that mean 'soft; friendly' and 'emulating; rival' respectively.

    Many Polish queens and princesses have had t

  • Emilie (Latin) - Rival [English, French and German speaking countries]

    Emilie is from the Latin family name Aemilius. English-speaking parents also used the spelling Emilie as an alternative to the more popular Emily.

  • Emiliya (Russian,Bulgarian) - it means to work hard.
  • Emily (French,United States) - a name that often signifies a hardwroking, dilligent and an industrious person.
  • Emily (German) - Industrious, eager
  • Emily (Latin) - Rival; emulating [English speaking countries]

    From the Latin Aemilia, a derivative of Aemilius, an old Roman family name believed to be derived from aemulus (trying to equal or excel, emulating, rival).

    Another explanation concerning the meaning of the name could point in the direction

  • Emma (German) - All-containing; universal [Catalan, English, French, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish and Armenian speaking countries]

    Emma might be a form of Erma, a short form of various names which begin with the Germanic element Erm(en), Irm(en) which can mean 'strong' but is more literally translated as "whole" or "universal".

    For some, it is a diminutive of Emmanuell

  • Emma-Lee (English) - A combination of Emma and Lee [English speaking countries]

    This compound name combines the names "Emma" and "Lee" to become a form of "Emily."

  • EmmaLeaha - Whole, Complete
  • Emmaline (French) - Hardworking. Variant of Emily.
  • EmmaRae (English) - Yearning or longing.
  • Emmie
  • Emmly (Latin,United States) - one who strives hard for success.
  • Emmote (English,United States) - a feminine form of power and strong will.
  • Emmy (Latin) - Rival [Dutch and English speaking countries]

    Pet form of Emily or Emma.

  • Emmylou (German) - Whole or complete.
  • Emunah (Hebrew) - Faith
  • Ena (Greek,United States) - someone who is passionate and graceful.
  • Endah (Indonesian) - Beautiful, one who is excessively beautiful.
  • Engel - Angel
  • Engelbertine (German) - Bright angel Note: This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc. 1995.
  • Eni (Indian) - a black female deer.
  • Enid - Faithful or abused wife
  • Enit (English) - Fair
  • Ennis (Irish) - From Ennis
  • Enola (Native American) - Solitary
  • Enrieta (Romanian) - Enrieta is a variant of Henrietta and means state ruler'.
  • Enriqua (Spanish) - Ruler
  • Enriqueta (Spanish,United States) - a feminized version of the word enrique meaning ruler of the home.
  • Eny (Irish) - Ardent
  • Enygeus - Grandmotber of Percival
  • Eorma (English,United States) - a nobleman's daughter.
  • Eraman (German) - Honorable
  • Eravati (Indian,Sanskrit) - daughter of the ocean.
  • Erea (Celtic) - From Ireland
  • Erendiria (Spanish) - Name of a princess
  • Ereshva (Indian) - a righteous being.
  • Erica (Norse) - Eternal ruler [English speaking countries]

    Feminine of Eric, Erica is also the Latin name of the plant known in English as heather, but that word has a different origin.

  • Ericka (Norse) - Eternal ruler [English speaking countries]
  • Erie (Celtic) - From Ireland
  • Erika (Norse) - Eternal ruler [Czech, Danish, English, German, Hungarian, Norwegian, Slovak and Swedish speaking countries]
  • Erin (Celtic) - From Ireland
  • Eris (Greek)
  • Erlene (English) - Noble woman
  • Erlina - Elfin
  • Erlina (Spanish,United States) - a shield or noblewoman or an elfin.
  • Erlinda (Hebrew,United States) - princess or spirited.
  • Erma (German,United States) - complete or war goddess.
  • Ermenburg (English,United States) - a mother in an Northumbrian epic saga who trains her son for studying and fighting.
  • Ermenburga (English,United States) - a mother figure in ancient epic who trains her son.
  • Erna (English) - Eagle
  • Ernestine (English) - Serious
  • Ertha (English) - Worldly
  • Erykah - Unknown. Alternative spelling to Erica
  • Eryn (Gaelic) - From Ireland [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Erin.

  • Esfir (Russian) - an ancient goddess.
  • Esha (Indian) - Pleasure; Desire; Purity; One of the many names of Goddess Paravati
  • Esha (Indian) - Desire [English and Hindi speaking countries]
  • Eshal (Indian) - The Name of Flower in the Heaven; Pleasure; Desire; Purity; One of the many names of Goddess Paravati
  • Eshana (Indian) - One of many names of Lord Shiva
  • Eshani (Indian,Sanskrit) - it usually means a wish or a desire.
  • Eshanika (Indian,Sanskrit) - means to fulfill one's desires.
  • Eshanka (Indian,Sanskrit) - goddess Parvati or Shiva's wife.
  • Eshanya (Indian) - East; One of many names of Goddess Parvati; Purity; Desire
  • Eshika (Indian) - An Arrow; A Dart; Eyes bright as lamp;
  • Eshita (Indian,Sanskrit) - one who desires.
  • Eshma (Indian,Sanskrit) - lucky or whom luck favours.
  • Eshna (Indian,Sanskrit) - a wish.
  • Eshnaa (Indian,Sanskrit) - it means someone who is a wish.
  • Eshni (Indian,Hindi) - wife of lord Shiva.
  • Esita (Indian,Sanskrit) - a desired human being.
  • Eskame (Spanish) - Merciful
  • Esma - Emerald, precious gem.
  • Esmeralda (Spanish) - The prized green emerald gemstone.
  • Esmeralda (Spanish) - Emerald [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Means "emerald" in Spanish. In Victor Hugo's novel 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' Esmeralda is the Gypsy girl whom Quasimodo is in love with. Another literary connection for Esmeralda would be in J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" in which Esmeralda

  • Esperanza (Spanish) - Hope [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    The Spanish for "hope".
    From the Late Latin name Sperantia which was derived from "sperans," "hope."

  • Essence (English) - True nature of an entity [English speaking countries]

    Ultimately derives from a Latin word meaning "to be."

  • Estee (French) - Star.
  • Estefani (Greek) - Crown [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Diminutive feminine form of the Spanish cognate of Stephen, which is from the Latin Stephanus, a derivative of the Greek Stephanos, which has its root in stephanos (a crown, a garland).

  • Estefania (Spanish) - Feminine of Stephan.
  • Estefania (Greek) - Crown [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Feminine form of the Spanish cognate of Stephen, which is from the Latin Stephanus, a derivative of the Greek Stephanos, which has its root in stephanos (a crown, a garland).

  • Estefany (Greek) - Crown [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    An alternate spelling of the diminutive feminine form of the Spanish cognate of Stephen, which is from the Latin Stephanus, a derivative of the Greek Stephanos, which has its root in stephanos (a crown, a garland).

  • Estella (Spanish) - Star
  • Estelle (Latin) - Star [English and French speaking countries]

    Common to England, Estelle is the French cognate of the Spanish Estella, which is derived from the Latin stella (star).

  • Ester (Spanish) - Star. Form of Persian Esther.Myrtle leaf. A young Hebrew woman in the bible who married the Persian ruler Xerxes and risked her life to save her people.
  • Esther (Hebrew) - Star
  • Esther (Persian) - Star [English and French speaking countries]

    Esther is a name of debated origin. It might be from the Persian, meaning "star", or a Hebrew form of the Persian goddess Ishtar.
    In the Old Testament, Esther is the name of the Jewish queen of King Ahasuerus of Persia who save her people from the

  • Estrella (Spanish) - Star [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Spanish noun meaning star, Spanish form of Stella.

  • Eswari (Indian,Sanskrit) - wife of lord Shiva; a name used in India.
  • Eswary (Indian,Sanskrit) - a feminized Indian name which means Parvati or wife of Lord Shiva.
  • Eszter (Hebrew) - Star
  • Eta (Indian,Sanskrit) - a feminized word meaning shining.
  • Etana
  • Ethel (Hebrew) - Noble
  • Ethelreda (English) - Noble maiden
  • Ethne (Celtic) - Fire
  • Eti (Indian,Sanskrit) - it means ending or conclusion.
  • Etsudo (Japanese) - a Japanese name meaning joy and child.
  • Ettard - Lover of Pelleas
  • Eugenia (Greek) - Of noble descent [English, French, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Eulalie (French) - Well - spoken
  • Eulalie (French,United States) - a French word meaning sweet spoken.
  • Eunice (Hebrew,United States) - good victory.
  • Eunice (Greek) - Good victory [English speaking countries]

    Eunice is the Latinized form of the Greek name Eunike, composed of the elements 'eu' ('well, good, fair') and 'nike' ('victory'). Eunike appears in Greek mythology as a Neriad and a nymph. There is also a Eunike in the Bible. She is the mother of Timothy

  • Eunicia (Hebrew,United States) - a word in Greek which means good victory.
  • Euphemia (Greek,United States) - auspicious speech or good repute.
  • Eva (Hebrew,Russian) - life or living one.
  • Eva (Spanish) - Spanish form of Eve
  • Eva (Hebrew) - Life [English, German and Spanish speaking countries]

    Latinate form of Eve, Eva was also used to Anglicize Aoife in Ireland, an old name believed to be derived from aoibh (beauty). Eabha is the Gaelic form of Eva.

    Eva Braun was the companion and later the wife of Adolf Hitler. Eva Perón (also

  • Evalina (English) - Form of Evelyn. Life.
  • Evangelina (Greek,United States) - a good gospel.
  • Evangeline (Greek,United States) - a good news or a good gospel.
  • Evangeline (Greek) - Good news; bearer of good news [English and French speaking countries]

    The name Evangeline was invented by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow for his Acadian epic poem, "Evangeline." Though it is derived from Greek elements [euangelion], its use is primarily in the English and French speaking worlds, particularly among the Acadian

  • Evania (English) - Feminine of Evan Young fighter.
  • Evanshi (Indian,Hindi) - it means similarity.
  • Eve (Hebrew) - Life [English and French speaking countries]

    From the Hebrew name Chava, which was derived from the Hebrew word Chai "life". In the Genesis, Eve was the first woman, wife of Adam and "the mother of all that lives". It is her role as a mother that is put forward in this name.

    Eve is al

  • Evelin (English) - Form of Evelyn. Life.
  • Evelin (German) - Uncertain, possibly desired [English speaking countries]
  • Eveline (English) - Form of Evelyn. Life.
  • Evgeniya (Russian) - A woman who is good by burth
  • Evia (Swiss) - She is breathing and living
  • Evia (Hebrew) - Living one. Variant of Eve. In the bible Eve was Adam's wife and the first woman.
  • Evie (Hebrew) - Life [English speaking countries]

    Pet form of Eve or Evelyn. It is particularly popular in the UK, where it was the 15th most popular name in 2007. Over the course of five years it has shot up 46 places.

  • Evika (Hebrew) - Life
  • Evina (Scottish) - Right handed
  • Evolet (United States) - A combination of names Eve-living and Violet - color purple
  • Evon (French) - Variant of Yvonne from Yves. Archer.
  • Evonne (French) - Variant of Yvonne from Yves. Archer.
  • Exie (United States) - An adorned woman
  • Eyana (United States) - An eternal blossom. Americanised form of Aiyana
  • Eyota (Native American) - Great
  • Ezhilarasi (Indian) - Queen of Beauty; Pleasing and Attractive; Queen of Charm
Gender Neutral Names
  • Earth
  • Ebany (United States) - It means dark coloured wood .
  • Ebony (English) - Ebony wood [English speaking countries]

    English noun used by some as a name.

  • Eclipse
  • Eden (Hebrew) - Delight [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    Name of a man of the Levi tribe in later Biblical texts.

    The Garden of Eden is described in the Book of Genesis as being the place where the first man, Adam, and the first woman, Eve, lived after they were created by God.

  • Ehlii (Swiss) - A noble and brave hearted person
  • Eka (Indonesian) - The first born child
  • Ekam (Indian) - Oneness; One; Single; Solitary; Unity; Spirituality
  • Elisha (Hebrew) - My God is salvation [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    A male name in Hebrew, pronounced "eh LY shah." In the Old Testament, Elisha was a prophet - the disciple and successor of Elijah.

    In modern times Elisha ("eh LEE shah") has gained popularity as an alternate spelling of the feminine name A

  • Ellis (Hebrew) - My God is the Lord [English and Welsh speaking countries]

    Transferred use of the surname originating from the personal name Elis.
    Since recent times considered as an Anglicized form of the Welsh name Elisud though still more widely seen as a Middle English variant of Elias, or a derivation of Elisha.

  • Emmott (English,United States) - tough, extremely powerful and strong built.
  • Erato (Greek)
  • Erin (Gaelic) - From Ireland [English speaking countries]

    Erin is taken from the Gaelic Eirinn, meaning "of Eire" - Eire being the Irish name for Ireland. Erin was used as a poetic name for Ireland for several centuries but it is not normally bestowed as a given name in that country.

    It became po

  • Erwin Rommel
  • Espn (United States) - an abbreviation for a popular American television sports channel.
  • Euripides
  • Euroa (Australian) - a place in Australia.
  • Evelyn (German) - Uncertain, possibly desired [English speaking countries]

    Of German roots, Evelyn is an English variant of Aveline. Aveline is itself related to Ava, Medieval short form of Germanic names beginning with the element "avi", of unknown meaning, possibly "desired".

    It can also be considered a cognate

  • Evening
  • Exton (United States) - A place name, one who comes from the town Exton