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Names starting with E

Eliah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyah, meaning "the Lord is my God." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the prophet who lived in during the reign of Ahab.
Edom - Hebrew name meaning "red." In the bible, this is the name of an ancient kingdom, and a name applied to Esau and his descendants.
Esa - Finnish form of Greek Esaias, meaning "God is salvation."
Engelbert - Old German name probably composed of the elements engel "angel" (but see Engel) and berht "bright, famous," hence "bright angel."
Elke -   Diminutive form of Old High German Adalheid, meaning "noble sort."
Ebony - English name derived from the vocabulary word ebony, derived from Latin ebenus, from Greek ebenos "ebony tree," from ancient Egyptian hbny, from Hebrew eben "stone," so called because of its hard wood.
Eladio - Spanish form of Latin Helladius, meaning "of Greece."
Eleni - Variant spelling of Greek Elene, possibly meaning "torch."
Erasmos - Greek name derived from the element erasmios, meaning "beloved."
Ethel - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Æthel, a short form of longer names containing the element æðel, meaning "noble."
Eudora - Modern Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and doron "gift," hence "good gift."
Eliezer - Variant spelling of Hebrew Elazar, meaning "God has helped." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a high priest son of Aaron. 
Erasmus - Latin form of Greek Erasmos, meaning "beloved."
Eutropios - Greek name derived from the word eutropos meaning "versatile."
Eliasaph - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyacaph, meaning "God increases the family." In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Gad.
Eigr - Variant spelling of Welsh Eigyr, meaning "maiden, virgin."
Estée - Pet form of French Estelle, meaning "star."
Eben-haezer - Hebrew name meaning "foundation stone, stone of help." In the bible, this is the name of the place where the Israelites were defeated by the Philistines. It is also the name of a memorial stone set up by Samuel after the Israelites got their revenge. 
Eusebio - Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Eusebius, meaning "pious."
Earleen - Variant spelling of English Earline, meaning "nobleman, prince, warrior."
Enu - African Akan unisex name meaning "fifth born."
Ekenedilichukwu - African Igbo unisex name meaning "all praise to God."
Estelle - French form of Latin Estella, meaning "star."
Esmé - Old French unisex name meaning "esteemed, loved."
Eliav - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eliyab, meaning "my God is Father." 
Eighnachan - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eighneachan, possibly meaning "man of force." 
Enki - Sumerian name, possibly derived from en-kur, meaning "lord of the underworld" or "lord of the Earth." In Babylonian mythology, this is the name of a god of creation, wisdom, keeper of divine laws, and half-brother to Enlil. 
Ewa - Hawaiian and Polish form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Elya - Yiddish form of Hebrew Eliyahu, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Ernie - Pet form of English Ernest, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Elyse - English variant spelling of German Elise, meaning "God is my oath."
Etheldreda - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Æðelþryð,meaning "noble strength."
Erríkos - Greek name which ultimately derives from Old German Amaliricus, meaning "work-power."
Emery - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the German personal name Emeric, meaning "work-power."
Edwin - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eadwine, meaning "rich friend." 
Eulália - Feminine form of Portuguese/Spanish Eulálio, meaning "well-spoken."
Eukleides - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and kleos "glory," hence "good glory."
Eukene - Basque feminine form of Latin Eugenius, meaning "well born."
Euguein - Old Welsh form of Greek Eugenios, meaning "well born."
Eugenius -   Latin form of Irish Gaelic Eóghan and Scottish Gaelic Eóghan, meaning "born of yew."
Eugenios - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and gen "birth," hence "well born."
Eugeneia - Feminine form of Greek Eugenios, meaning "well born."
Eugen - German, Romanian and Swiss form of Greek Eugenios, meaning "well born."
Eugein - Old Welsh form of Greek Eugenios, meaning "well born."
Eugênia - Feminine form of Portuguese Eugênio, meaning "well born." 
Eugènio - Spanish form of Latin Eugenius (2), meaning "well born."
Eugènie - Feminine form of French Eugène, meaning "well born." 
Eugène - French form of Latin Eugenius (2), meaning "well born."
Eufrozina - Hungarian form of Greek Euphrosyne, meaning "joy, mirth."
Eufémia - Portuguese and Spanish form of Greek Euphêmia, meaning "Well I speak."
Eudoxia - Ancient Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and doxa "fame, glory," hence "good glory."
Eudon - Variant spelling of Norman French Eudo, meaning "child." 
Eudokia - Greek name composed of the elements ευ "good, well," and dokeo "to seem," hence "good-seeming."
Eudocia - Latin form of Greek Eudokia, meaning "good-seeming."
Eudo - Norman French form of Scandinavian Eutha, meaning "child." This name and its variants are sometimes confused with Odo, Otto, and Audo. 
Eudeyrn - Celtic variant form of Welsh Cadeyrn, meaning "battle lord."
Eudes - Variant form of Norman French Eudo, meaning "child." 
Eudard - Dialectal variant of Scottish Gaelic Eideard, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Euclid - Latin form of Greek Eukleides, meaning "good glory."
Eubha - Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Eubh - Short form of Scottish Gaelic Eubha, meaning "life."
Euaristos - Ancient Greek name composed of the elements eu "good, well" and arestos "pleasing," hence "well-pleasing."
Euandros - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good, well" and aner "man," hence "good man."
Euan - Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Eòghan, meaning "born of yew."
Etzel - Medieval German name, probably derived from Teutonic Atta, meaning "father." In Germanic legend (the Nibelungenlied), this was the German name for Attila the Hun. 
Ettore - Italian form of Latin Hector, meaning "defend; hold fast."
Ettie - English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning "star." Also used as a pet form of longer names ending with the diminutive suffixes -etta and -ette, meaning "little." 
Etta - Short form of longer Latin names that end with the diminutive suffix -etta, meaning "little." 
Etlelooaat - Native American Algonquin name meaning "shouts."
Ethne - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning "kernel."
Ethna - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning "kernel."
Ethiops - Greek name meaning "flashing." In mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the Sun.
Ether - Variant spelling of Latin Æther, a form of Greek Aither, meaning "bright, upper air." In mythology, this is the name of one of the first gods, the son of Erebus and Nyx. He is the god of the pure, upper air that only the gods breathe, as opposed to the gloomy, lower "aer" breathed by mortals.
Ethelwolf - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Æthelwulf, meaning "noble wolf."
Ethelstan - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Æthelstan, meaning "noble stone."
Ethelric - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Æthelric, meaning "noble ruler."
Ethelred - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Æthelred, meaning "noble counsel."
Ethelinda - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Æthelinda, meaning "noble serpent."
Ethelheard - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Æthelheard, meaning "noble strength." 
Ethelhard - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Æthelhard, meaning "noble strength."
Ethelfleda - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Æthelflæd, meaning "noble beauty."
Ethelbert - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Æthelbert, meaning "bright nobility."
Ethan - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eythan, meaning "enduring, long-lived." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a grandson of Judah.
Etel - Hungarian form of English Ethel, meaning "noble."
Ezzelin - Italian form of English Acelin, meaning"little noble one."
Etchemin - Native American Algonquin name meaning "canoe man."
Eztli - Nahuatl unisex name meaning "blood."
Etan - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eitan, meaning "enduring, long-lived." 
Eztebe - Basque form of Latin Stephanas, meaning "crown."
Ezrah - Hebrew name meaning "help." In the bible, this is the name of the father of Jether, Mered, Epher and Jalon.
Etalpalli - Nahuatl unisex name meaning"wing."
Ezkurra - Basque name meaning "acorn."
Ezio - Contracted form of Italian Enzio, meaning "home-ruler."
Eszti - Pet form of Hungarian Eszter, meaning "star."
Ezequiel - Portuguese and Spanish form of Hebrew Yechezqel, meaning "God will strengthen."
Ezekiel - Anglicized form of Hebrew Yechezqel, meaning "God will strengthen." In the bible, this is the name of a prophet, the author of the Book of Ezekiel. Also spelled Jehezekel.
Eszter - Hungarian form of Persian Esther, meaning "star."
Ezar - Short form of Hebrew Elazar, meaning "my god has helped."
Esyllt - Welsh form of French Iseult, probably from German Ishild, meaning "ice battle." In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the tragic princess who was the mistress of Tristram.
Eyvindr - Old Norse name composed of the elements ey "island" and vindr "wind," hence "island wind."
Esugenius - Celtic name derived from Latin Eugenius (2), meaning "well born."
Eythan - Hebrew name meaning "enduring, long-lived." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a grandson of Judah.
Eysteinn - Old Norse name composed of the elements ey "island" and steinn "stone," hence "island stone."
Estrella - Spanish name meaning "star."
Eylam - (עֵילָם): Hebrew name meaning "boundless time, eternity." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the eldest son of Shem. Related to Egyptian Olam.
Eydís - Old Norse name composed of the elements ey "island" and dis "goddess," hence "island goddess."
Eyal - Variant spelling of Hebrew Ayal, meaning "deer, gazelle."
Estmund - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eastmund, meaning "gracious protector."
Estmond - Variant spelling of Middle English Estmund, meaning "gracious protector."
Ewout - Variant spelling of Dutch Ewould, meaning "law power."
Esti - Basque name meaning "honey; sweet."
Ewould - Dutch form of German Ewald, meaning "law power."
Esther - Persian name derived from sitareh, meaning "star." In the bible, this is the Persian name given to the Jewish virgin Hadassah, the central character in the Book of Esther.
Ewoud - Variant spelling of Dutch Ewould, meaning "law power."
Estevo - Galician-Portuguese form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Ewen - Variant spelling of English Ewan, meaning "born of yew."
Ewein - Welsh form of French Yvain, meaning "well born."
Esteri - Finnish form of Persian Esther, meaning "star."
Ewart - Scottish surname transferred to forename use, possibly originally an Anglo-Norman form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Ester - Scandinavian form of Persian Esther, meaning "star."
Ewane - Variant spelling of English Ewan, meaning "well born."
Estella - Latin name derived from the word stella, meaning "star."
Ewan - Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Eòghan, meaning "born of yew."
Estela - Spanish form of Latin Estella, meaning "star."
Ewald - German name composed of the elements eo "law" and wald "power, ruler" hence "law power."
Estefanía - Feminine form of Spanish Estéban, meaning "crown."
Ewain - Variant spelling of Middle English Ywain, meaning "well born."
Estebeni - Feminine form of Basque Estebe, meaning "crown."
Evulka - Czech pet form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Evuška - Czech pet form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Estebe - Basque form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Evron - Variant spelling of Hebrew Ebron, meaning "alliance, association."
Estavan - Spanish form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Evrard - Variant spelling of Norman French Everard, meaning "strong as a boar."
Evpraksiya - Variant spelling of Russian Yevpraksiya, meaning "good conduct."
Estachio - Italian form of Latin Eustachius, meaning "fruitful."
Evonne - Variant spelling of French Yvonne, meaning "yew tree."
Evlin - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Éibhleann, meaning "beauty, radiance."
Esta - English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning "star."
Evka - Czech pet form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Evita - Spanish pet form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Estêvão - Portuguese form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Evinka - Czech pet form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Evie - Pet form of English Eve, meaning "life."
Estéban - Spanish form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Evička - Czech pet form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Estève - Provençal form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Evgeny - Variant spelling of Russian Evgeniy, meaning "well born."
Evgeniya - Variant spelling of Russian Yevgeniya, meaning "well born."
Evgeniy - Russian form of Greek Eugenios, meaning "well born."
Evgenia - Modern form of Greek Eugeneia, meaning "well born."
Essua - Spanish form of Hebrew Yehowshuwa (English Joshua), meaning "God is salvation."
Evgeni - Variant spelling of Russian Evgeniy, meaning "well born."
Evette - Variant spelling of French Yvette, meaning "yew tree."
Essie - English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning "star."
Evert - Low German form of Old High German Eberhard, meaning "strong as a boar."
Essence - English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin essentia, meaning "essence; being."
Everitt - Variant spelling of English Everett, meaning "strong as a boar."
Essa -  English pet form of Persian Esther, meaning "star." Compare with masculine Essa.
Everild - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eoforhild, meaning "boar-battle."
Everette - Feminine form of English Everett, meaning "strong as a boar."
Espiridión - Spanish form of Greek Spiridion, meaning "little spirit."
Everett - English surname transferred to forename use, from a variant of Norman French Everard, meaning "strong as aboar." 
Esperanza - Spanish form of Latin Sperantia, meaning "hope."
Everard - Norman French form of Old High German Eberhard, meaning "strong as a boar." This name replaced Anglo-Saxon Eoforheard after the Norman invasion and was used in England during the 12th and 13th centuries.
Esperanta - Esperanto name meaning "hoping."
Ever - Variant spelling of Hebrew Heber, meaning "the region beyond; on the other side (of a stream or sea)." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a great grandson of Shem.
Espen - Swedish form of Old Norse Ásbjorn, meaning "divine-bear."
Evelyn -  English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Norman French personal name Aveline, meaning "little Eve." Compare with strictly feminine Evelyn.
Esmund - Variant spelling of Middle English Esmond, meaning "gracious protector."
Eveline -   Later French form of Norman French Aveline, meaning "little Eve."
Evelina - Scandinavian form of Norman French Aveline, meaning "little Eve."
Esmond - Variant spelling of Middle English Estmond, meaning "gracious protector." 
Eveliina - Finnish form of Norman French Aveline, meaning "little Eve."
Esmerelda - Variant spelling of Spanish Esmeralda, meaning "emerald."
Evelia - Elaborated form of English Eve, meaning "life."
Eveleen - Diminutive form of Irish Eva, probably meaning "beauty."
Esmeralda - Spanish name meaning"emerald." Victor Hugo gave his gypsy heroine this name in his novel, TheHunchback of Notre Dame. 
Evdokiya - Bulgarian and Russian form of Greek Eudokia, meaning "good-seeming."
Evdokia - Variant spelling of Greek Eudokia, meaning "good-seeming."
Esmaralda - Variant spelling of Spanish Esmeralda, meaning "emerald."
Evaristus - Latin form of Greek Euaristos, meaning "well-pleasing."
Esmée - Feminine form of French unisex Esmé, meaning "esteemed, loved."
Evaric - Variant form of Visigothic Euric, meaning "ever-ruler."
Evangelus - Latin form of Greek Evangelos, meaning "good angel" or "good messenger."
Eskuin - Basque name meaning "right."
Eskarne - Basque name meaning "mercy."
Evangelos - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good, well" and angelos "news, message," hence "good angel" or "good messenger."
Esin - Turkish name meaning "inspiration."
Esi - African Akan name meaning "born on Sunday."
Evangeline - English literary name composed of the Greek elements eu "good, well" and angeles "angel, messenger," and the French diminutive suffix -ine, hence "good little angel." It is a feminine form of Latin Evangelus.
Eshkhan - Armenian name meaning "prince."
Evangelina - Latin form of English Evangeline, meaning "good little angel." In use by the English and Bulgarians.
Eshe - African Swahili name meaning "life."
Evan -   Anglicized form of Welsh Iefan, meaning "God is gracious."
Evalyn - Feminine variant spelling of English unisex Evelyn, meaning "little Eve."
Evaline - Danish form of Norman French Aveline, meaning "little Eve."
Eran - Hebrew name meaning "awake; vigilant," i.e. "watcher." In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Ephraim.
Evžen - Czech form of English Eugene, meaning "well born."
Era - Albanian name derived from the word erë, meaning "wind."
Eutychos - Contracted form of Greek Eutychios, meaning "fortunate."
Eppie - English pet form of Latin Euphemia, meaning "Well I speak."
Eutychius - Latin form of Greek Eutychios, meaning "fortunate."
Epona - Celtic name composed of the Gaulish elements epos "horse" and epa "mare," hence "horse-mare." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of horses and fertility.
Eutychios - Greek name derived from the word eutyches, meaning "fortunate."
Epiphany - English religious name, meaning simply "epiphany."
Eutropius - Latin form of Greek Eutropios, meaning "versatile."
Epiktetos - Greek name meaning "newly acquired."
Epifanio - Spanish name derived from Latin epiphania, meaning "epiphany."
Epictetus - Latin form of Greek Epiktetos, meaning "newly acquired."
Ephrem - Latin form of Greek Ephraim, meaning "double-land; twin-land." In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Joseph.
Eutropio - Spanish form of Latin Eutropius, meaning "versatile."
Ephrayim - Hebrew name meaning "double-land; twin-land." In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Joseph. 
Eutimio - Spanish form of Latin Euthymius, meaning "good-spirited."
Ephraim - Greek form of Hebrew Ephrayim, meaning "double-land; twin-land." In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Joseph.
Euthymius - Latin form of Greek Euthymios, meaning "good-spirited."
Euthymios - Ancient Greek name composed of the elements eu "good, well" and thymos "soul, spirit," hence "good-spirited."
Euthalia - Greek name composed of the word eu "good, well" and the name Thalia "blooming, flourishing," hence "well-blooming/flourishing." This is the also the name of some species of butterflies. 
Ephesius - Latin name meaning "from Ephesus," a city in Ionia. 
Eutha - Scandinavian name derived from Old Norse jôdh, meaning "child."
Epher - Hebrew name meaning "calf" or "gazelle." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Ezra.
Eustorgius - Latin form of Greek Eustorgios, meaning "content."
Eustorgios - Greek name derived from the word eustorgos, meaning "content."
Epaphroditos - Greek name composed of the word epi "on" and the name of the goddess of love, Aphrodite, rendered "loving" in the sense of being a "devotee of Aphrodite." In the bible, this is the name of an associate of Paul in the ministry.
Eustorgio - Italian form of Latin Eustorgius, meaning "content."
Eustathios - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and stenai "to stand," hence "good stability."
Epaphras - Contracted form of Greek Epaphroditos ("devotee of Aphrodite") meaning "loving." In the bible, this is the name of a Christian preacher spoken of by Paul.
Eustaquio - Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Eustachius, meaning "fruitful."
Eowyn - Old English Tolkien invented name, meaning "horse-friend."
Eosphoros - Greek name meaning "dawn-bringer" or "light-bringer." In mythology, this is another name for Phosphoros (sometimes translated as Lucifer in Latin), a son of Eos. He is one of the gods of the evening star Venus, the other being Hesperos. They were later combined into one god.
Eustakhios - Greek name derived from the word eustakhys, composed of eu "good" and stakhys "grapes," hence "good grapes," i.e. "fruitful."
Eos - Greek name meaning "dawn." In mythology, this is the name of the goddess of dawn. Equated with Latin Aurora.
Eustacia -   Feminine form of English Eustace, meaning "fruitful."
Eoforwine - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eofor "wild boar" and wine "friend," hence "boar friend."
Eustachy - Polish form of Greek Eustakhios, meaning "fruitful."
Eustachius - Latin form of Greek Eustakhios, meaning "fruitful."
Eoforwin - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Eoforwine, meaning "boar friend."
Eustachio - Italian form of Latin Eustachius, meaning "fruitful."
Eoforhild - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eofor "boar" and hild "battle," hence "boar-battle."
Eustache - Old French form of Latin Eustachius, meaning "fruitful."
Eoforheard - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eofor "boar" and hard "hardy, strong," hence "strong as a boar."
Enzo - Short form of longer Italian names containing -enzo, such as Vicenzo "conquering" and Lorenzo "of Laurentum."
Enzio - Italian form Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Enyo - Greek counterpart of Roman Latin Bellona, meaning "warlike." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of war known as the "waster of cities," depicted as being covered in blood and carrying weapons. She was a companion of Ares and is sometimes said to be his sister or mother.
Enya - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning "kernel."
Eustace - English form of French Eustache, meaning "fruitful."
Euseby - English name derived from Latin Eusebius, meaning "pious."
Enver - Albanian name, possibly meaning "radiant."
Eusebius - Latin form of Greek Eusebios, meaning "pious."
Eusebios - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and sebein "to honor/worship," hence "pious."
Enrique - Spanish form of Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Enrico - Italian form of Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Eusebia - Feminine form of Latin Eusebius, meaning "pious."
Enrica - Feminine form of Italian Enrico, meaning "home-ruler."
Eusbio - Spanish name derived from Latin Eusebius, meaning "pious."
Enric - Catalan form of Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Enowsh - Hebrew name meaning "man; human being." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Seth.
Eurynome - Greek name meaning "far-ruling." In Orphic mythology, this was the name of the goddess-queen of the world before Rhea and Cronus cast her and her husband Ophion into Tartarus.
Eurydike - Greek name composed of the elements eurys "wide" and dike "justice," hence "wide justice." In mythology, this is the name of several characters, including the wives of Acrisius, Creon, Nestor, and Orpheus. 
Enosh - Anglicized form of Hebrew Enowsh, meaning "man; human being." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Seth.
Eurydice - Latin form of Greek Eurydike, meaning "wide justice."
Eurybia - Greek name meaning "wide force." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of the seas, and wife of the Titan Krios.
Enos - Variant spelling of English Enosh, meaning "man; human being."
Eurwen - Welsh name composed of the elements aur "gold" and (g)wen "fair, holy, white."
Enola - English name of the B-29 bomber that dropped the atomic bomb, "Little Boy," on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. The pilot, Colonel Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. named the aircraft after his mother, Enola Gay Tibbets, who in turn had been named after the heroine of a novel; it is the reverse spelling of the word "alone."  
Enok - Scandinavian form of Greek Henoch, meaning "dedicated."
Enoch - Anglicized form of Greek Henoch (Hebrew Chanowk), meaning "dedicated" or "initiated." In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Cain, and a son of Jared the father of Methuselah.
Ennius - Roman Latin name, possibly meaning "predestined" or "favorite of God."
Ennis - Unisex name derived from the name of a town in Ireland, from the word inis, meaning "island." As a personal name it is also spelled Innis. 
Ennio - Italian form of Roman Latin Ennius, possibly meaning "predestined" or "favorite of God."
Enlil - Sumerian name meaning "Lord Wind," or more literally "Lord of the Command." In Babylonian mythology, this is the name of the chief deity and half-brother to Enki.
Enlai - Chinese name meaning "favor coming."
Enkoodabooaoo - Native American Algonquin name meaning "one who lives alone."
Enkoodabaoo - Variant of Algonquin Enkoodabooaoo, meaning "one who lives alone."
Enkidu - Sumerian myth name of the wild-man friend of Gilgamesh, possibly meaning "creature of Enki." 
Enitan - African Yoruba name meaning "a person of story; renowned."
Enit - Variant spelling of Welsh Enid, meaning "soul."
Eniola - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "wealthy."
Enikõ - Hungarian named derived from Enéh, possibly meaning "deer."
Enide - French form of Welsh Enid, meaning "soul."
Englebert - Variant spelling of German Engelbert, meaning "bright angel." But see Engel.
Engjell - Albanian name meaning "angel."
Europe - Greek name composed of the elements euro "wide" and opsis "face, a sight, a view," hence "wide-faced." In mythology, this is the name of the mother of Minos and the name from which the continent of Europe was derived.
Europa - Latin form of Greek Europe, meaning "wide-faced." In mythology, this is the name of the mother of Minos and the name from which the continent of Europe was derived.
Engin - Turkish name meaning "vast."
Euripides - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and hripe "swing, throw," hence "good swing" or "good throw."
Eurig - Welsh name derived from the element aur, meaning "gold."
Engel - Short form of longer Germanic names containing the word engel, meaning "angel." Though the word engel is the German word for the heavenly being, there are two other words which have often been confused with it so that names containing such words are difficult to translate. The first, Ingal is an extended form of Ing, the name of the Old Norse fertility god. The second, Angel is the Old English spelling for "Angle," the name of the Germanic tribe of the Jutland peninsula who invaded eastern and northern Britain in the 5th-6th centuries and gave their name to England. To further complicate matters, angel is also the Old English word for "angle," which has fishing connotations in both English and German.
Eurico - Spanish form of Visigothic Euric, meaning "ever-ruler."
Enfys - Welsh unisex name meaning"rainbow."
Euric - Visigothic form of Old Norse Eiríkr, meaning "ever-ruler."
Eneko - Old Basque name first recorded in 1062, and probably composed of the word ene "mine, my" and the diminutive suffix -ko, hence "my little one." The first Basque king of Pamplona was Eneko Aritza, also known as Eneko the Oak. 
Euria - Basque name meaning "rain."
Enego - Variant spelling of Basque Eneko, probably meaning "my little one."
Eupraxia - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good," and praxis "action, exercise, practice," hence "good conduct." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess or spirit of good conduct.
Euphrosyne - Latin form of Greek Euphrosynê, meaning "joy, mirth." In mythology, this is the name of one of the three Graces.
Enecho - Variant spelling of Basque Eneko, probably meaning "my little one."
Euphranor - Greek name derived from the word euphraino, meaning "delightful."
Euphemius - Latin form of Greek Euphemios, meaning "Well I speak."
Endrita - Feminine form of Albanian Endrit, meaning "light."
Euphemios - Masculine form of Greek Euphêmê, meaning "Well I speak."
Endrit - Albanian name meaning "light."
Eupheme - Anglicized form of Greek Euphêmê, meaning "Well I speak." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of good omen, praise, and shouts of triumph.
Euphêmia - Variant form of Greek Euphêmê, meaning "Well I speak."
Endika - Basque form of Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Euphémie - French form of Latin Euphemia, meaning "Well I speak."
Enda - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Éanna, meaning "bird-like."
Euna - Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Úna, possibly meaning "famine, hunger."
Eumelia - Ancient Greek name derived from the word eumeleia, meaning "melody."
Encarnación - Spanish name meaning "incarnation."
Encarna - Short form of Spanish Encarnación, meaning "incarnation."
Eumann - Scottish Gaelic form of English Edmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Eulia - Variant spelling of Latin Iulia, meaning "descended from Jupiter (Jove)."
Enapay - Native American Sioux name meaning "brave."
Eulalius - Latin form of Greek Eulalios, meaning "well-spoken."
Eulalios - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good" and laleo "to talk," hence "well-spoken."
Ena - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning "kernel."
Eulalie - French feminine form of Latin Eulalius, meaning "well-spoken."
Eula - Short form of Italian Eulalia, meaning "well-spoken."
Enéh - Hungarian legend name of the mother of the Hungarian people, possibly meaning "deer."
Enéas - French and Portuguese form of Latin Aeneas, meaning "praise."
Emylynn - English variant spelling of German Emmeline, meaning "work."
Eulálio - Spanish and Portuguese form of Latin Eulalius, meaning "well-spoken."
Emygdio - Spanish form of Latin Emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
Esha - Hindi name meaning "desire."
Emygdia - Feminine form of Spanish Emygdio, meaning "half-god, demigod." 
Esfir - Variant spelling of Russian Yesfir, meaning "star."
Eser - Turkish unisex name meaning "achievement."
Emuishéré - Egyptian name meaning "kitten."
Esen - Turkish name meaning "wind."
Emu - Egyptian name meaning "cat."
Emrys - Welsh form of Latin Ambrosius, meaning "immortal."
Emre - Turkish name, possibly meaning "bard, poet." 
Eseld - Cornish form of English Isolde, meaning "ice battle."
Esdras - Greek form of Hebrew Ezra, meaning "help."
Emperatriz - Spanish name meaning "empress."
Emmy - Variant spelling of Norman French Emmie, meaning "entire, whole."
Emmie - Pet form of Norman French Emma, meaning "entire, whole."
Esclados - French Arthurian legend name of the first husband of Laudine, from Norman French escalogne, from Latin escalonia, meaning "from Ascalon," a seaport in southwestern Levant.
Emmet - Diminutive form of Norman French Emma, meaning "entire, whole." Compare with masculine Emmet.
Esben - Swedish form of Old Norse Ásbjorn, meaning "divine-bear."
Esav - Hebrew name meaning "hairy." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Isaac and Rebekah, the twin brother of Jacob.
Esau - Greek form of Hebrew Esav, meaning "hairy." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Isaac and Rebekah, the twin brother of Jacob.
Emmerson - Variant spelling of English Emerson, meaning "son of Emery."
Esaias - Greek form of Hebrew Yeshayah, meaning "God is salvation." In the bible, this is the name of one of the most famous prophets. Also spelled Jesaiah and Jeshaiah.
Emmeline - Old German name derived from the word amal, meaning "work."
Emmanuelle - French feminine form of Latin Emmanuel, meaning "God is with us."
Emmanuel - Latin form of Greek Emmanouel, meaning "God is with us." In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of the promised Messiah as prophesied by Isaiah. In the New Testament, it is a name given to Christ by Matthew. In use by the English and French.
Erzsi - Pet form of Hungarian Erzsébet, meaning "God is my oath."
Emmaline - Variant spelling of German Emmeline, meaning "work."
Emma - Old Norman French name of Germanic origin, derived from the element ermen/irmen, meaning "entire, whole." 
Erzsébet - Hungarian form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Emlyn - Welsh unisex form of German Emmeline, meaning "work."
Erythreos - Greek name meaning "red-producer." In mythology, this is the name of a horse of the Sun.
Emlin - Medieval form of German Emmeline, meaning "work."
Erynn - Variant spelling of English Erin, meaning "Ireland."
Emir - Variant spelling of Arabic Amir, meaning "commander; prince."
Emine - Feminine form of Turkish Emin, meaning "honest, reliable, trustworthy."
Emin - Armenian and Turkish name meaning "honest."
Eryn - Variant spelling of English Erin, meaning "Ireland."
Erykah - Modern variant spelling of English Erica, meaning "ever-ruler."
Emily - English name derived from Latin Emilia, meaning "rival."
Erwin -   German name composed of the elements era "honor, respect" and win "friend," hence "honor friend."
Emilio - Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Æmilius, meaning "rival."
Erwig - Anglo-Saxon form of Visigothic Euric, meaning "ever-ruler."
Erwan - Breton form of French Yvon, meaning "yew tree."
Emiline - English variant spelling of German Emeline, meaning "work."
Ervin -   Albanian form of German Erwin, meaning "honor friend."
Emilija - Croatian form of Latin Emilia, meaning "rival."
Erskine - Scottish surname (originally spelled Eriskine) transferred to forename use, derived from Eriskyne, a contracted form of the old Gaelic phrase air an sgian, meaning "upon the knife." 
Emiliano - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Æmilianus, meaning "rival."
Emiliana - Feminine form of Italian/Spanish Emiliano, meaning "rival."
Ersilia - Italian form of Latin Hersilia, meaning "delicate, tender."
Erruki - Basque name meaning "pious."
Emilian - Romanian form of Latin Æmilianus, meaning "rival." In use by the Romani.
Emilee - Variant spelling of English Emily, meaning "rival."
Emil - German and Scandinavian name derived from Latin Æmilius, meaning "rival." In use by the English.
Erroll - Variant spelling of Scottish Errol, possibly meaning "to wander."
Errol - Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from a place name possibly meaning "to wander." 
Emiko - Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful child" or 2) "smiling child."
Erregina - Basque name meaning "queen."
Emigdio - Spanish form of Latin Emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
Emigdia - Feminine form of Spanish Emigdio, meaning "half-god, demigod." 
Errasti - Basque name meaning "field of broom."
Emidio - Spanish form of Latin Emidius, meaning "half-god, demigod." Literally, this name also means "weary, tired."
Emi - Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful blessing" or 2) "beautiful picture."
Errapel - Basque form of Hebrew Rephael, meaning "healed of God" or "whom God has healed."
Erramun - Basque form of German Raginmund, meaning "wise protector."
Emet - Hebrew name meaning "truth." The masculine form is spelled Emmet.
Emese - Hungarian legend name of the mother of High Prince Álmos, meaning "mother." 
Emeryk - Polish form of German Emeric, meaning "work-power."
Eros - Greek name derived from the word eros, meaning "love; sexual desire." In mythology, this is the name of the god of love, lust and sex, worshiped as a fertility god. His Roman equivalent is Cupid "desire," and he is also known by the Latin name Amor "love."
Erol - Turkish name meaning "brave."
Ernust - Old German name derived from the vocabulary word eornost, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Emerson - English surname transferred to forename use, meaning "son of Emery."
Ernsta - Feminine form of German Ernst, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Ernst - Contracted form of German Ernust, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Emerik - Croatian form of Latin Emericus, meaning "work-power." 
Ernold - English surname derived from the place name, referred to as Ernehale in the Domesday Book, meaning "the valley of eagles." 
Emericus - Variant spelling of Latin Americus, meaning "work-power."
Emerico - Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Emericus, meaning "work-power." 
Emerick - Variant spelling of German Emeric, meaning "work-power."
Emeric - Altered form of German Almeric, meaning "work-power."
Ernestus - Latin form of German Ernust, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Emerald - English name derived from the name of the precious green gemstone, the birthstone of May, from Greek smaragdos, meaning "green gem." The emerald was once believed to have the power to protect chastity, ward off evilspirits, cure dysentery, epilepsy, and help poor eyesight. 
Emeline -   Feminine form of French Émile, meaning "rival."
Emelina - Spanish feminine form of Italian/Portuguese/Spanish Emilio, meaning "rival."
Ernesto - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Ernestus, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Emelie - Swedish form of English Emily, meaning "rival."
Emelia - Variant spelling of English Amelia, meaning "work."
Emel - Turkish name meaning "desire."
Emeka - African Igbo name meaning "great deeds." Also used as a nickname for Chukwuemeka, meaning "God has done something great."
Ernestine - Feminine form of English Ernest, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Emaurri - Norman French form of German Emmerich, meaning "work-power."
Ernest - English form of German Ernust, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Emanuele - Italian form of Latin Emmanuel, meaning "God is with us."
Erna -   Anglo-Saxon name meaning "reserved, shy." 
Ema -   Hawaiian form of Norman French Emma, meaning "entire, whole."
Ernö - Hungarian form of German Ernust, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Ern - Short form of English Ernest, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Emília - Slovak form of Latin Emilia, meaning "rival."
Emánuel - Hungarian form of Greek Emmanouel, meaning "God is with us."
Ermtrud - Contracted form of Teutonic Ermentraud, meaning "wholly loved."
Elyzabeth - Variant spelling of English Elizabeth, meaning "God is my oath."
Elysia - From Greek Pedion Elysion, the name of the heavenly fields of Elysia, a section of the Underworld mentioned in Greek mythology. The mythological place name may have evolved from the designation of a place, or person, struck by lightning (enelysion, enelysios); if so, the name means "lightning-struck."
Ermtraud - Contracted form of Teutonic Ermintraud, meaning "wholly loved."
Ermolai - Variant spelling of Russian Yermolai, meaning "people of Hermes."
Elyehoweynay - Hebrew name meaning "unto God are my eyes." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a priest and a Korahite temple doorkeeper.
Elye - Variant spelling of Yiddish Elya, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Elyasaf - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyacaph, meaning "God increases the family." In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Gad.
Ermir - Albanian name meaning "good wind."
Elyan - Perhaps a masculine form of Welsh unisex Eilian, meaning "second, a moment in time." In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table. He was the illegitimate son of Sir Bors, and cousin to Lancelot. He is noted for helpingto rescue Guinevere after her affair with Lancelot was exposed. He joinedLancelot in his exile. Also spelled Helyan.
Elyakum - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyaqiym or Greek Eliakim, meaning "God will establish."
Ermintrude - Variant spelling of Teutonic Ermintraud, meaning "wholly loved."
Elyakim - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyaqiym or Greek Eliakim, meaning "God will establish."
Ermintraud - Variant spelling of Teutonic Ermentraud, meaning "wholly loved."
Elyacaph - Hebrew name meaning "God increases the family." In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Gad.
Erminio - Italian form of Roman Latin Herminius, meaning "of the earth."
Erminia - Feminine form of Italian Erminio, possibly meaning "of the earth."
Ely - Short form of Hebrew Eliyahu, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Erminhild - Teutonic name composed of the Germanic elements ermen "entire, whole" and hild "battle, fight," hence "all warrior."
Elwood - English surname transferred to forename use, possibly composed of the Old English elements ellern "elder tree" and wudu "wood," hence "elder tree forest." 
Ermingild - Teutonic name composed of Germanic ermin "entire, whole" and Gothic gild "sacrifice, tribute," hence "all-giving."
Elwisia - Latin form of medieval French Helewise, meaning "hale-wide; very healthy and sound." 
Ermete - Italian name derived from Latin Hermes, meaning "of the earth."
Elwin - Variant spelling of Middle English Alwin, meaning "elf friend." 
Elvis - Perhaps an English form of Scandinavian Alvis, meaning "all wise."
Ermentrud - Variant spelling of Teutonic Ermentraud, meaning "wholly loved."
Elvire - French form of Visigothic Aliwera, meaning "foreign true."
Elvira - Spanish form of Visigothic Aliwera, meaning "foreign true."
Ermentraude - Variant spelling of Teutonic Ermentraud, meaning "wholly loved."
Elvina - Feminine form of Middle English Elvin, meaning "elf friend."
Ermentraud - Teutonic name composed of the Germanic elements ermen "entire, whole" and traut "beloved," hence "wholly loved."
Elvin - Variant spelling of Middle English Elwin, meaning "elf friend."
Elva - Pet form of Middle English Elvina, meaning "elf friend."
Eluwilussit - Native American Algonquin name meaning "holy one."
Ermenegildo - Variant spelling spelling of Portuguese/Spanish Hermenegildo, meaning "all-giving."
Eluf - Danish form of Old Norse Eileifr, meaning "ever-heir."
Elspie - Pet form of of Scottish Elspeth, meaning "God is my oath."
Ermenegilde - French form of Teutonic Ermingild, meaning "all-giving." 
Elspeth - Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Elspet - Variant spelling of Scottish Elspeth, meaning "God is my oath."
Elsie - Pet form of German Elsabeth, meaning "God is my oath." 
Else - Pet form of German Elsabeth, meaning "God is my oath." 
Elsa -  Pet form of German Elsabeth, meaning "God is my oath."
Elroy - English altered spelling of French Leroy, meaning "the king."
Elrod - Frequently found in southern states of the U.S., this name is an English altered spelling of the German surname Ellrodt which is probably from the place name Ellierode, a village in the Solling mountains in the valley of Schöttelbach Creek, meaning "wood clearing at the water."
Elric - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ælfric, meaning "elf ruler."
Ermelinda - Variant spelling of German Irmalinda, meaning "wholly gentle."
Elpis - Greek name meaning "expectation, hope." In mythology, this is the name of a spirit of hope. She, along with other daimons, was trapped in a jar by Zeus and put in the care of Pandora. Her Latin name is Spes.
Ermanno - Italian form of German Hermann, meaning "army man."
Elpidius - Latin form of Greek Elpidios, meaning "hope."
Elpidios - Greek name derived from the word elpis, meaning "hope."
Erma - Variant spelling of German Irma, meaning "entire, whole."
Elpidio - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Elpidius, meaning "hope."
Erlingr - Old Norse legend name of the mortal son of the god Ríg, meaning "earl, nobleman."
Elpida - Feminine form of Greek Elpidios, meaning "hope."
Erlend - Variant spelling of Scandinavian Erland, meaning "foreigner, stranger."
Elpalet - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet, meaning "my God is deliverance." 
Elpaal - Hebrew name meaning "God has wrought." In the bible, this is the name of a member of the tribe of Benjamin.
Erlea - Basque unisex name meaning "bee."
Eloxochitl - Nahuatl name meaning "magnolia."
Erle - Variant spelling of English Earl, meaning "nobleman, prince, warrior."
Elov - Variant spelling of Swedish Elof, meaning "ever-heir."
Erlantz - Basque form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
Erland - Scandinavian name derived from Old Norse örlendr, meaning "foreigner, stranger."
Elouise - Variant spelling of English Eloise, meaning "hale-wide; very healthy and sound." 
Erkki - Finnish form of Old Norse Eiríkr, meaning "ever-ruler."
Erjon - Albanian name meaning "our wind."
Eris - Greek name meaning "strife." In mythology, this is the name of a war-goddess, the sister of Ares. Her Roman name is Discordia.
Erin - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Éirinn, meaning "Ireland." 
Erik -   Scandinavian form of Old Norse Eiríkr, meaning "ever-ruler."
Elof - Swedish form of Old Norse Eileifr, meaning "ever-heir."
Ericka - Variant spelling of English Erica, meaning "ever-ruler."
Elodia - Spanish form of Visigothic Alodia, meaning "foreign wealth."
Erick - Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning "ever-ruler."
Elnora - Contracted form of Italian Eleonora, meaning "foreign; the other."
Erich - German form of Old Norse Eiríkr, meaning "ever-ruler."
Elmo - Italian name of Germanic origin, derived from the element helm, meaning "helmet, protection." 
Erica - Feminine form of English Eric, meaning "ever-ruler."
Elmira - Contracted form of Spanish Edelmira, meaning "nobly famous." In use by the English, as is its variant Almira.
Eric - English form of German Erich, meaning "ever-ruler." 
Elmas - Turkish name meaning "diamond."
Elma - Feminine form of Italian Elmo, meaning "helmet, protection."
Eri - Japanese name meaning "blessed prize."
Elly - Variant spelling of English Ellie, meaning "foreign; the other."
Ellis -   Anglicized form of Welsh Elisud, meaning "kind."
Erhard - German name composed of the elements era "honor" and hard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "honor-strong."
Elliott - Variant spelling of English Elliot, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Elliot - English surname transferred to forename use, originally a Norman French diminutive form of Old French Élie, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Ellil - Akkadian form of Sumerian Enlil, the name of the chief deity of the Babylonian religion, meaning "Lord Wind," or more literally "Lord of the Command."
Elli -   Pet form of Finnish Eleonoora, meaning "foreign; the other."
Erez - Hebrew name meaning "cedar."
Ereshkigal - Mesopotamian name meaning "great lady earth." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of Irkalla, the land of the dead.
Ellger - Variant spelling of Middle English Elger, meaning "elf spear."
Ellgar - Variant spelling of Middle English Elgar, meaning "elf spear."
Erensia - Chamoru name meaning "heritage." 
Erencia - Variant spelling of Chamoru Erensia, meaning "heritage."
Ellery - Variant spelling of English unisex Hillary, meaning "joyful;happy." 
Eren - Turkish name meaning "saint."
Ellenor - Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Erek - Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning "ever-ruler."
Erec - French form of German Erich, meaning "ever-ruler."
Ellen - Originally a variant spelling of English Helen, possibly meaning "torch." Now considered an independent name.
Elle - Danish form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Erebus - Latin form of Greek Erebos, meaning "darkness." In mythology, this is the name of the offspring of Chaos, brother of Nyx, and father of Æther. He is the personification of primordial darkness. In later legends Erebos became the name of a place in Hades, the underworld. 
Elldrich - Variant form of German Aldrick, meaning"old ruler; long time ruler."
Erdmut - Altered form of German Hartmut, meaning "strong-spirited."
Erdmann - Altered form of German Hartmann, meaning "strong-man," however in the 17th century the first element of the name became associated with German Erde "earth" giving it the meaning "earth-man." 
Ella - Pet form of English Eleanor, meaning "foreign; the other." Compare with masculine Ella.
Erdem - Turkish name meaning "virtue."
Ercwlff - Welsh form of Latin Hercules, meaning "glory of Hera."
Ercole - Italian form of Latin Hercules, meaning "glory of Hera."
Elkanah - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elqanah, meaning either "God has created" or "God has possessed." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including one of the sons of Korah.
Ercanbald - Old German name composed of the elements ercan "genuine" and bald "bold," hence "genuine courage."
Elkana - Variant spelling of English Elkanah, meaning either "God has created" or "God has possessed."
Erato - Greek name derived from the word arastos, meaning "lovely." In mythology, this is the name of the muse of poetry.
Elkan - Yiddish form of Hebrew Elqanah, meaning either "God has created" or "God has possessed."
Eljas - Finnish form of Greek Elias, meaning "the Lord is my God." 
Elizaveta - Russian form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath." Also spelled Yelizaveta.
Eddie - Pet form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Eliakim - Greek form of Hebrew Elyaqiym, meaning "God will establish." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Abiud. 
Elada -   Lithuanian form of Latin Helladius, meaning "of Greece."
Elizabeth - Anglicized form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath." 
Elizabeta - Slovene form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eliza - Short form of English Elizabeth, meaning "God is my oath."
Eliyyahu - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eliyahu, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Eliysheba - Hebrew name meaning "God is my oath." In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of the wife of Aaron. 
Eliymelek - Hebrew name meaning "my God is King." In the bible, this is the name of the husband of Naomi.
Eliyhuw -  Hebrew name meaning "He is my God." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a friend of Job.
Eliyahu - Variant form of Hebrew Eliyah, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Eliyah - Hebrew name meaning "the Lord is my God." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the prophet who lived during the reign of Ahab.
Eliyab - Hebrew name meaning "my God is Father." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a leader of the tribe of Zebulun.
Elen - Welsh form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Elixabete - Basque form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eliud -   Anglicized form of Greek Elioud, meaning "God his glory." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.
Elisud - Welsh name derived from the word elus, meaning "kind."
Elishua - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyshuwa, meaning "my God is savior." In the bible, this is the name of a son of King David.
Elisheva - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eliysheba, meaning "God is my oath." 
Elisheba - Variant spelling of Hebrew Elisheva, meaning "God is my oath."
Elishat - Phoenician name meaning "wanderer." In mythology, this is the name of a queen of Carthage who fell in love with Aeneas, and set herself on fire when he left her. She is also known by the Greek names Dido and Elissa.
Elisha - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliysha, meaning "God is salvation." In the bible, this is the name of the prophet who succeeded Elijah.
Eliseo - Italian and Spanish form of Hebrew Eliysha, meaning "God is salvation."
Elisaveta - Bulgarian form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Elisavet - Variant spelling of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath." 
Elisabete - Portuguese form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Elisa - Pet form of German Elisabeth, meaning "God is my oath."
Elis - Welsh form of Greek Elias, meaning "the Lord is my God." 
Elira - Albanian name derived from the ethnic name Illyrian, possibly from the expression i lirë, meaning "to be free."
Eliott - Variant spelling of English Elliot, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Eliot - Variant spelling of English Elliot, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Eliora - Feminine form of Hebrew Elior, meaning "my God is light."
Elior - Hebrew name meaning "my God is light."
Elioenai - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyehoweynay, meaning "unto God are my eyes." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a priest and a Korahite temple doorkeeper.
Eliodoro - Italian form of Greek Heliodoros, meaning "gift of the sun."
Elinor - Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Elina - Finnish form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Elin - Scandinavian form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Elimelech - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliymelek, meaning "my God is King." In the bible, this is the name of the husband of Naomi.
Elikapeka - Hawaiian form of English Elizabeth, meaning "God is my oath."
Elijah - Anglicized form of Greek Elias (Hebrew Eliyah), meaning "the Lord is my God." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the prophet who lived in during the reign of Ahab.
Eliisabet - Estonian form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eliisa - Finnish form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eliina - Finnish form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Elihu - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyhuw, meaning "He is my God." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a friend of Job.
Eligio - Italian form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
Eligia - Feminine form of Polish Eligiusz, meaning "to choose." 
Elidyr - Welsh name meaning "brass, bronze." 
Eliasz - Polish form of Greek Elias, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Eliane -   English form of French Éliane, meaning "sun."
Elian - Variant spelling of Welsh unisex Eilian, probably meaning "second, a moment in time." 
Eliab - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyab, meaning "my God is Father." In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Zebulun.
Eliška - Pet form of Czech Alžběta, meaning "God is my oath."
Eli -   Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliy, meaning "ascending." In the bible, this is the name of a high priest and last of the Judges in the days of Samuel.
Elger - Variant spelling of English Algar, meaning "elf spear."
Elgar - Variant spelling of Middle English Algar, meaning "elf spear." 
Elfriede - German equivalent of Anglo-Saxon Ælfþryð, meaning "elfin strength." 
Elfrieda - Variant spelling of Middle English Elfreda, meaning "elfin strength."
Elfreda - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ælfþryð, meaning "elfin strength." 
Elfi - Pet form of German Elfriede, meaning "elf strength."
Elfa - Variant spelling of Middle English Elva, meaning "elf friend."
Eleuterio - Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Eleutherius, meaning "the liberator."
Elettra - Italian form of Latin Electra, meaning "bright, shining."
Eleri - Welsh legend name of the daughter of Brychan, possibly derived from the name of a river, from the word alar, meaning "more than full; overflowing."
Eleonora - Italian form of Provençal Aliénor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Eleonoora - Finnish form of Provençal Aliénor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Elenora - Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Elene - Modern form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Elena - Italian and Spanish form of Greek Helénē, possibly meaning "torch."
Elektra - Greek name meaning "bright, shining." In mythology, this is the name of a Pleiad, an Oceanid, and the sister of Orestes who helped him kill their mother Clytemnestra.
Elek - Hungarian form of Latin Alexius, meaning "defender."
Eleftherios - Variant spelling of Greek Eleutherios, meaning "the liberator."
Eleftheria - Feminine form of Greek Eleftherios, meaning "the liberator."
Eleder - Basque name meaning "eloquent."
Electra - Latin form of Greek Elektra, meaning "bright, shining." This is also the name of one of the nine brightest stars in the Pleiades cluster.
Eleanore - Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Eleanora - Latin form of Provençal Aliénor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Eleanor - English form of French Eléonore, meaning "foreign; the other."
Elea - Short form of English Eleanor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Eldwin - Variant spelling of Middle English Aldwin, meaning "old friend."
Eldridge - Variant spelling of English Aldridge, meaning "noble ruler."
Eldrich - Variant spelling of German Aldrick, meaning"old ruler; long time ruler."
Eldric - Variant spelling of German Aldrick, meaning"old ruler; long time ruler."
Eldis - Variant spelling of Old English Aldous, probably meaning "from the old house." 
Eldin - Variant spelling of Middle English Aldin, meaning "old friend."
Elden - Variant spelling of Middle English Alden, meaning "old friend."
Eldad - Hebrew name meaning "beloved of God" or "friend of God." In the bible, this is the name of one of the two Israelites whose prophecies Joshua complained about to Moses.
Elburz - Variant spelling of Persian Alborz, derived from the name of a mountain in northern Iran, also called the Haraborzaiti or Hazaborzaiti by the Hindus. 
Elbridge - English name composed of the Old English elements eald "old" and bric "bridge," hence "old bridge." This was the name of the fifth vice president of the United States, Elbridge Thomas Gerry.
Elbie - Pet form of English Elbert, meaning "bright nobility."
Elbert - English variant spelling of French Albert, meaning "bright nobility."
Elba - English name borrowed from the name of an Italian island where Napoleon was exiled, derived from Latin Ilva, from Greek Aethale, meaning "soot, grime."
Elazar - Hebrew name meaning "god has helped." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a high priest son of Aaron. In use by the Basques.
Elayne - English variant spelling of French Elaine, possibly meaning "torch."
Elario - Variant spelling of Italian Ilario, meaning "joyful, happy."
Elanor - From the name of a Tolkien character, meaning "star sun."
Elam - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eylam, meaning "boundless time, eternity." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the eldest son of Shem. 
Ela -   Pet form of Polish Elżbieta, meaning "God is my oath."
Elżbieta - Polish form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eléonore - Variant form of French Provençal Aliénor, meaning "foreign; the other."
El - Hebrew word and name for "God."
Ekwueme - African Igbo name meaning "he says, he does."
Ekundayo - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "sorrow becomes joy."
Ekua - Variant spelling of African Akan Akua, meaning "born on Wednesday."
Ektor - Variant spelling of Greek Hektor, meaning "defend; hold fast."
Ekin - Turkish name meaning "harvest."
Ekibé - Egyptian name meaning "bosom of a woman."
Ekialde - Basque name meaning "east."
Ekho - Greek name meaning "echo, re-sound." In mythology, this is the name of an Oread (mountain nymph) who was cursed by Hera with the voice of the echo as punishment for distracting her with constant chatter. 
Ekewaka - Hawaiian form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Ekene - African Igbo unisex name meaning "praise."
Ekaterina - Russian form of Greek Aikaterine, meaning "pure." Also spelled Yekaterina.
Ekaitz - Basque name meaning "storm."
Ekain - Basque name meaning "June (the month)."
Eizik - Yiddish form of Hebrew Yitzchak, meaning "he will laugh."
Eitri - Norse myth name of a dwarf who, along with his brother Brökk, made magical objects for the gods, including the hammer of Thor.
Eithrig - Variant form of Scottish Gaelic Oighrig, possibly meaning "new speckled one."
Eithne - Irish Gaelic name derived from the word eithne, meaning "kernel." Edna, Ena, Enya, Ethna and Etna are Anglicized forms.
Eitan - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eythan, meaning "enduring, long-lived." 
Eirwen - Welsh name composed of the elements eira "snow" and (g)wen "fair, holy, white," hence "snow white."
Eirlys - Welsh name meaning "snowflake."
Eirik - Norwegian form of Old Norse Eiríkr, meaning "ever-ruler."
Eiric - Variant form of Scottish Gaelic Oighrig, possibly meaning "new speckled one."
Eirian - Welsh name derived from the word eirian, meaning "bright, beautiful."
Eirenaios - Ancient Greek name meaning "peaceful."
Eireen - English variant spelling of Greek Eirênê, meaning "peace."
Eiran - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eran, meaning "awake; vigilant," i.e. "watcher." 
Eira -   Variant form of Old Norse Eir, meaning "help, mercy." 
Eiríkr - Old Norse name composed of the elements ei "ever" and ríkr "ruler," hence "ever-ruler."
Eirênê - Greek name meaning "peace." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of peace. Her Latin name is Pax.
Eir - Old Norse name derived from the word eir, meaning "help, mercy." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of healing and medicine.
Einion - Welsh name probably derived from the word einion, meaning "anvil."
Einarr - Old Norse name composed of the elements Ein- from *aina "alone, one" and -arr from harjaR "army, warrior," hence "lone warrior."
Eimhir - Variant spelling of Gaelic Éimhear, possibly meaning "ready, swift."
Eilwen - Welsh name composed of the elements ael "brow" and (g)wen "fair, holy, white," hence "fair-browed."
Eilish - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eilís, meaning "God is my oath."
Eilidh - Pet form of Scottish Aileen, meaning "beauty, radiance."
Eilert - Frisian and Scandinavian form of German Eckhard, meaning "strong edge."
Eileithyia - Greek name derived from the word eleluthyia, meaning "relieve." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of childbirth. Her Latin name is Lucina.
Eileifr - Old Norse name composed of the elements Ei- from *aiwa "always, ever" and leifr "descendant, heir," hence "ever-heir."
Eileen - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eilín, meaning "beauty, radiance." 
Eileanóra - Irish Gaelic form of Provençal Aliénor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Eilam - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eylam, meaning "boundless time, eternity." 
Eila - Hebrew name meaning "oak tree, terebinth tree."
Eilís - Irish Gaelic form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eilín - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Éibhlín, meaning "beauty, radiance."
Eigyr - Welsh Arthurian legend name of the wife of Uther Pendragon and mother of King Arthur, derived from the Welsh word eigyr, meaning "maiden, virgin." 
Eifa - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Efah, meaning "darkness" or "gloomy." 
Eidothea - Greek name meaning "knowing goddess." In mythology, this is the name of a seanymph, the daughter of Proteus.
Eidi - Hebrew name meaning "my witness."
Eidel - Yiddish name meaning "delicate, gentle."
Eideard - Scottish Gaelic form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Ehud -  Anglicized form of Hebrew Ehuwd and Echuwd, meaning "joining together, united." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Bilhan and a judge of Israel.
Ehuang - Chinese myth name of the twin sister of Nüying, meaning "beauty August." Both sisters were river goddesses and consorts of the mystical ruler Shun.
Ehsan - Persian unisex name meaning "compassion."
Ehecatl - Nahuatl namemeaning "wind serpent."
Ehawee - Native American Sioux name meaning "laughing maiden."
Egzona - Feminine form of Albanian Egzon, meaning "enjoyment."
Egzon - Albanian name meaning "enjoyment."
Egyed - Hungarian form of Latin Ægidius, meaning "kid; young goat" or "shield of goatskin."
Eguzkiñe - Feminine form of Basque Eguzki, meaning "sun."
Eguzki - Basque name meaning "sun."
Egun - Basque name meaning "day."
Egon - Old German name derived from the word eg, meaning "edge."
Egnatius - Old Roman family name, possibly derived from Latin ignotus, meaning "unknowing."
Eglantine - English name derived from the Latin name for the "sweetbrier rose," from aculeus, meaning "spine, prickle."
Egill - Diminutive form of Scandinavian Agne, "edge (of a sword)," meaning "little edge." 
Egil - Diminutive form of Old Norse Agni "edge (of a sword)," meaning "little edge." 
Egidiusz - Polish form of Greek Aegidios, meaning "kid; young goat" or "shield of goatskin."
Egidius - Variant spelling of Latin Ægidius, meaning "kid; young goat" or "shield of goatskin."
Egidio - Italian form of Latin Egidius, meaning "kid; young goat" or "shield of goatskin."
Egiarte - Basque name meaning "truth."
Eggert - Low German form of German Eckhard, meaning "strong edge."
Egbert - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ecgbryht, meaning "bright edge."
Efua - Variant spelling of African Akan Afua, meaning "born on Friday."
Efstathios - Variant spelling of Greek Eustathios, meaning "good standing."
Efrosyni - Modern spelling of Greek Euphrosynê, meaning "joy, mirth."
Efrosin -  Russian masculine form of Greek Euphrosynê, meaning "joy, mirth."
Efrem - Latin form of Greek Ephraim, meaning "double-land; twin-land." In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Joseph and a grandson of Jacob.
Efrayim - Variant spelling of Hebrew Ephrayim, meaning "double-land; twin-land." In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Joseph. 
Efraima - Variant form of Hebrew Efrayim, meaning "double-land; twin-land."
Efraim - Variant spelling of Greek Ephraim, meaning "double-land; twin-land."
Efraín - Spanish form of Hebrew Efrayim, meaning "double-land; twin-land."
Efisio - Italian form of Latin Ephesius, meaning "from Ephesus."
Efimiia - Feminine form of Russian Efim, meaning "holy, pious." 
Efim - Russian name meaning "holy, pious."
Efigênia - Variant spelling of Portuguese Eufémia, meaning "Well I speak." 
Effie - English pet form of Latin Euphemia, meaning "Well I speak."
Effi - Variant spelling of English Effie, meaning "Well I speak."
Efah - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Eyphah, meaning "darkness" or "gloomy." 
Efa -  Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Efah, meaning "darkness" or "gloomy." 
Eevi - Finnish form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Eetu - Finnish form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Eero - Finnish form of German Erich, meaning "ever-ruler." 
Eerikki - Finnish form of German Erich, meaning "ever-ruler." 
Eemeli - Finnish form of German/Scandinavian Emil, meaning "rival."
Eelis - Finnish form of Hebrew Eliyah, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Edzard - Frisian form of German Eckhard, meaning "strong edge."
Edythe - Elaborated form of English Edyth, meaning "rich battle."
Edytha - Elaborated form of English Edyth, meaning "rich battle."
Edyth - Variant spelling of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Edyta - Polish form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Edwyna - Variant spelling of English Edwina, meaning "rich friend."
Edwyn - Variant spelling of Middle English Edwin, meaning "rich friend."
Edwina - Feminine form of English Edwin, meaning "rich friend."
Edwige - French form of German Hedwig, meaning "contending battle."
Edwena - Variant spelling of English Edwina, meaning "rich friend."
Edweena - Variant spelling of English Edwina, meaning "rich friend."
Edward - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eadweard, meaning "guardian of prosperity." 
Edvige - Italian form of German Hedwig, meaning "contending battle."
Edvárd - Hungarian form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Edurne - Feminine form of Basque Edur, meaning "snow."
Edur - Basque name meaning "snow."
Eduardus - Latin form of Anglo-Saxon Eadweard, meaning "guardian of prosperity." 
Eduardo - Spanish form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Eduarda - Feminine form of Spanish Eduardo, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Eduárd - Hungarian form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Edsel -   Anglo-Saxon name, possibly composed of the Old English elements ead "rich" and sele "manor," hence "rich manor."
Edric - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eadric, meaning "rich ruler."
Edorta - Basque form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Edona - Albanian name meaning "she loves."
Edon -  Albanian name meaning "he loves."
Edoardo - Italian form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Edmundo - Portuguese and Spanish form of Anglo-Saxon Eadmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Edmund - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eadmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Edmondo - Italian form of Anglo-Saxon Eadmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Edmonda - Feminine form of Italian Edmondo, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Edmond - French form of Anglo-Saxon Eadmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Editon - Native American Omaha name meaning "standing as a sacred object."
Edithe - Variant spelling of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Edite - Portuguese form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Edita - Czech and Lithuanian form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Edit - Hungarian form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Edina - Contracted form of English Edwina, meaning "rich friend."
Ediltrudis - Variant spelling of German Adeltrudis, meaning "noble strength."
Edie - Pet form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Edi -   Pet form of Albanian Eduart, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Edgardo - Spanish form of Anglo-Saxon Eádgár, meaning "rich spear." 
Edgard - French form of Anglo-Saxon Eádgár, meaning "rich spear."
Eden - Hebrew unisex name meaning "delight" or "place of pleasure." In the bible, this is the name of the garden in which Adam and Eve lived.
Eddy - Variant spelling of English Eddie, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Edda -   Pet form of Italian Edvige, meaning "contending battle."
Edana - Feminine form of English Edan, meaning "little fire."
Edan - Variant spelling of English Aidan, meaning "little fire."
Eda - Medieval pet form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Ed - Short form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity." Used also as a short form of other longer names beginning with Ed-.
Ecter - Hebrew form of Persian Esther, meaning "star." 
Eckhardt - Variant spelling of German Eckhard, meaning "strong edge."
Echuwd - Hebrew name meaning "joining together, united." In the bible, this is the name of a great grandson of Benjamin. 
Echo - Latin form of Greek Ekho, meaning "echo, re-sound." In mythology, this is the name of an Oread (mountain nymph) who was cursed by Hera with the voice of the echo as punishment for distracting her with constant chatter. 
Ecgbryht - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Ecgbert, meaning "bright edge."
Ecgberct - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Ecgbert, meaning "bright edge."
Ece - Turkish name meaning "queen."
Ecaterina - Romanian form of Greek Aikaterine, meaning "pure."
Eburhard - Variant spelling of German Eberhard, meaning "strong as a boar."
Ebru - Turkish name derived from ebru, the art of marbling, from Ottoman Turkish ebri, meaning "cloud," suggestive of the streaked aspect in marbling.
Ebron - Hebrew name meaning "alliance, association." In the bible, this is the name of a city in south Judah near where Abraham built an altar. It is also the name of the third son of Kohath and a descendant of Caleb. The Anglicized form is Hebron.
Ebrahim -  Persian form of Arabic Ibrahim, meaning "father of a multitude." 
Ebio - Egyptian name meaning "honey."
Ebenezer - Anglicized form of Hebrew Eben-haezer, meaning "foundation stone, stone of help." In the bible, this is the name of the place where the Israelites were defeated by the Philistines. It is also the name of a memorial stone set up by Samuel after the Israelites got their revenge. Ebenezer was first used as a forename by 17th century Puritans.
Earta - Albanian name meaning "the golden one."
Earnweald - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements earn "eagle" and weald "power, might," hence "eagle power." After the Norman invasion this name was replaced in England by German Arnwald.
Earnestine - Feminine form of English Earnest, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Earline - Feminine form of English Earl, meaning "nobleman, prince, warrior."
Earle - Variant spelling of English Earl, meaning "nobleman, prince, warrior."
Earl -  Aristocratic title transferred to byname and finally to forename, from Old English eorl, meaning "nobleman, prince, warrior."
Ealisaid - Manx form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eadwine - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, rich, prosperity" and wine "friend, hence "rich friend."
Eadmund - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, prosperity, riches" and mund "protector," hence "protector of prosperity."
Eadhun - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, prosperity, riches" and hún "a Hun," hence "rich Hun."
Eadburga - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, riches, prosperity," and burg "fortress," hence "rich fortress."
Ea - Akkadian form of Sumerian Enki, meaning either "lord of the earth" or "lord of the underworld." In Babylonian mythology, this is the name of a god of creation, wisdom, keeper of divine laws, and half-brother to Enlil. 
Eòin - Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Ioannes, meaning "God is gracious."
Ebele - African Igbo name meaning "kind, merciful."
Ealdwine - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eald "ancient, old," and wine "friend," hence "old friend."
Érika - Feminine form of Greek Erríkos, meaning "work-power."
Érico - Portuguese form of German Erich, meaning "ever-ruler." 
Éloise - French form of Latin Elwisia, meaning "hale-wide; very healthy and sound." 
Éloi - French form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
Élodie - French form of Visigothic Alodia, meaning "foreign wealth."
Élder - Variant spelling of Portuguese Hélder, meaning "slanting surface."
Éirinn - Dative case of Irish Gaelic Éire, meaning "Ireland." 
Éimhear - Gaelic name, possibly derived from the word eimh, meaning "ready, swift."
Éibhlín - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Éibhleann, meaning "beauty, radiance."
Éibhir - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Éibhear, meaning "bow warrior."
Ébha - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Éabha, meaning "life."
Éamonn - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Éamon, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Éamon - Irish Gaelic form of English Edmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Éadan - Variant form of Irish Étaín, meaning "face" or perhaps "against" or "opposite."
Éanna - Irish Gaelic name derived from the word éan, meaning "bird-like."
Eguntsenti - Basque name meaning "dawn."
Ecgbert - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the elements ecg "edge, point," and bert "bright," hence "bright edge." 
Eduards - Latvian form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Eduart - Albanian and Dutch form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Edun - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eadhun, meaning "rich Hun." 
Em - English short form of longer names beginning with the element Em-.
Ezra - Hebrew name meaning "help." In the bible, this is the name of a prophet, the author of the book of Ezra.
Eloisa - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Elwisia, meaning "hale-wide; very healthy and sound." 
Ebo - Egyptian name meaning "born on Tuesday."
Ebner - Originally a German byname for someone who lived on a plateau, from eben "plateau" and the suffix -er denoting an inhabitant, it is now considered a German form of Hebrew Abner, meaning "father of light."
Eberhard - Old High German name composed of the elements eber "wild boar" and hard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "strong as a boar."
Ebbe - Pet form of German Eberhard, meaning "strong as a boar."
Ebba - Pet form of Anglo-Saxon Eadburga, meaning "rich fortress."
Ebé - Egyptian name meaning "wonderful."
Eb - English short form of longer names beginning with Eb-.
Easter - English unisex name derived from the holiday name "Easter," which is related to Old English Eosturmónaþ/Eastermónaþ, meaning "April."
Eartha - Old English namemeaning "earth, ground."
Earnest - Variant spelling of English Ernest, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Earlene - Variant spelling of English Earline, meaning "nobleman, prince, warrior."
Eanraig - Scottish Gaelic form of English Henry, meaning "home-ruler."
Ean - Manx form of English John, meaning "God is gracious."
Eamhair - Scottish form of Gaelic Éimhear, possibly meaning "ready, swift." 
Ealdgyth - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Ealdgyð, meaning "old battle."
Ealdgyð -  Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eald "old" and gy� "battle," hence "old battle."
Ealasaid - Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eadric - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, prosperity, riches," and ric "power, rule," hence "rich ruler."
Eadgyð -  Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, riches, prosperity" and gyð "strife," hence "rich battle." 
Eade - Middle English pet form of Hebrew Adam, meaning "earth" or "red."
Eadbhárd - Irish Gaelic form of French Édouard, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Eachthighearna - Gaelic name composed of the elements each "horse," and tighearna "lord, master," hence "lord of horses."
Eachann - Scottish Gaelic name composed of the elements each "horse" and donn "brown," hence "brown horse." Hector is an Anglicized form.
Eóghan - Ancient Irish Gaelic name, derived from the word iúr, meaning "born of yew."
Évike - Hungarian pet form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Évariste - French form of Latin Evaristus, meaning "well-pleasing."
Étienne - French form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Étaín - Irish name derived from the word éadan, Old Irish étan, cognate with Gaelic aodann ("face"), Latin ante ("against") and Sanskrit ánti ("opposite"). Étaín is the heroine of The Wooing of Étaín. She is the daughter of Ailill, king of the Ulaid, second wife to Midir, whose first wife, the jealous Fuamnach, turns her into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly. 
Ériu - Irish name meaning "peace." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of peace and patroness of Ireland.
Énna - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Éanna, meaning "bird-like."
Émilien - French form of Latin Æmilianus, meaning "rival."
Émilie - Feminine form of French Émile, meaning "rival."
Émile - French form of Latin Æmilius, meaning "rival."
Éloy -  French form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
Élise - French form of German Elise, meaning "God is my oath." 
Élie - Old French form of Hebrew Eliyah, meaning "the Lord is my God."
Éliás - Hungarian form of Greek Elias, meaning "the Lord is my God." 
Éinrí - Irish Gaelic form of French Henri, meaning "home-ruler."
Éimhín - Irish Gaelic unisex name composed of the elements eim "ready, swift" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little ready one" or "little swift one."
Éibhleann - Irish Gaelic name derived from the Old Irish word óiph, meaning "beauty, radiance." Considered by some to be a Gaelic form or equivalent of Greek Helénē ("torch").
Éibhear - Irish Gaelic form of Old Norse Ívarr, meaning "bow warrior." In Irish legend, this is the name of two sons of Mil (Éibhear Dunn and Éibhear Finn) who conquered Ireland. 
Édouard - French form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Édith - French form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Éadaoin - Variant spelling of Irish Éadan, meaning "face" or perhaps "against" or "opposite."
Éabha - Irish Gaelic form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Echa - Chamoru unisex name meaning"give blessing."
Eiji - Japanese name meaning 1) "eternity, next," 2) "great, peace," 3) "great, second (son)," or 4) "prosperity, peace."
Elihud - Hebrew name meaning "my God is majestic."
Êionê - Greek name meaning "beach strand." In mythology, this is the name of one of the Nereids.
Emmerich - Altered form of German Amalrich, meaning "work-power."
Epaphroditus - Latin form of Greek Epaphroditos, meaning "devotee of Aphrodite." In the bible, this is the name of an associate of Paul in the ministry.
Elianus - Variant spelling of the Roman Latin Ælianus, meaning "sun."
Eldred - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ealdred, meaning "old advisor."
Edmé - Scottish feminine form of French unisex Esmé, meaning "esteemed, loved."
Efthalia - Modern spelling of Greek Euthalia, meaning "blooming, flourishing."
Eerika - Feminine form of Finnish Eerikki, meaning "ever-ruler."
Erdmuth - Variant spelling of German Erdmut, meaning "strong-spirited."
Easun - Etruscan form of Greek Iason, meaning "to heal."
Eadwig - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, riches, prosperity," and wig "strife, war," hence "prosperity war."
Eavan - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aoibheann, meaning "beautiful, fair form."
Eastmund - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements east "beauty, grace" and mund "protection," hence "gracious protector."
Elda - Old Italian form of German Hilda, meaning "battle." Not in use before the 20th century. 
Eben - Variant spelling of Hebrew Even, meaning "stone."
Emiliya - Bulgarian form of Latin Emilia, meaning "rival."
Elweard - Variant spelling of Middle English Aylward, meaning "elf guard" or "noble guard."
Eliezar - Variant spelling of Hebrew Eliezer, meaning "God has helped."
Ediz - Turkish name meaning "high."
Eleutherius - Latin form of Greek Eleutherios, meaning "the liberator." In mythology, this is the name by which Dionysus and Cupid (Eros) were sometimes referred.
Elrond - Tolkien literary name meaning "star dome."
Ensio - Finnish name derived from the word ensi, meaning "first."
Encarnita - Pet form of Spanish Encarnación, meaning "incarnation."
Eason - English patronymic surname transferred to forename use, meaning "son of Eade." 
Eadred - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, prosperity, riches" and ræd "advice, counsel," hence "wealthy and wise."
Ehuwd - Hebrew name meaning "joining together, united." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Bilhan and a judge of Israel.
Enrichetta - Old diminutive form of Italian Enrica, meaning "home-ruler."
Elsabeth - Contracted form of German Elisabeth, meaning "God is my oath." 
Eberhart - Variant spelling of German Eberhard, meaning "strong as a boar."
Enriqueta - Feminine form of Spanish Enrique, meaning "home-ruler."
Eiko - Japanese name meaning "long-lived child" or "splendid child."
Eádgár - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the elements ead "fortune, prosperity, riches," and gar "spear," hence "rich spear." 
Elioud - Greek name meaning "God his glory." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.
Ealdred - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Ealdræd, meaning "old advisor."
Eluned - Variant spelling of Old Welsh Eiluned, meaning "idol, image."
Eneco - Variant spelling of Basque Eneko, probably meaning "my little one."
Emidius - Variant spelling of Latin Emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod." 
Enre - Hungarian form of Latin Andreas, meaning "man; warrior."
Eckhard - German name composed of the elements ek/eg "edge, point" and hard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "strong edge."
Eckehard - Variant spelling of German Eckhard, meaning "strong edge."
Ederne - Feminine form of Basque unisex Eder, meaning "beautiful, handsome."
Elissa -   Greek form of Phoenician Elishat, the myth name of a queen of Carthage who fell in love with Aeneas, and set herself on fire when he left her. She is also known by the name Dido.
Eligius - Latin name derived from the word eligere, meaning "to choose."
Eleonor - Variant spelling of English Eleanor, meaning "foreign; the other."
Eldreda - Feminine form of Middle English Eldred, meaning "old advisor."
Einar - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Einarr, meaning "lone warrior."
Eoos - Greek name meaning "day-break." In mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the Sun.
Eldous - Variant spelling of Old English Aldous, probably meaning "from the old house." 
Eliysha - Hebrew name meaning "God is salvation." In the bible, this is the name of the prophet who succeeded Elijah.
Élisabeth - French form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Eldwen - Variant spelling of Middle English Eldwin, meaning "old friend."
Ercilia - Spanish form of Latin Hersilia, meaning "delicate, tender."
Eallair - Scottish contracted form of Gaelic Ceallair, meaning "superior of a church cell."
Ebert - Contracted form of German Eberhart, meaning "strong as a boar."
Erebos - Greek name, probably borrowed from Hebrew erebh or Akkadian erebu ("sunset, evening"), hence "darkness." In mythology, this is the name of the offspring of Chaos, brother of Nyx, and father of Æther. He is the personification of primordial darkness. In later legends Erebos became the name of a place in Hades, the underworld. 
Ebbie - Pet form of English Ebenezer, meaning "stone of help."
Eolus - Variant spelling of Latin Æolus, meaning "nimble; quick-moving."
Emyr - Welsh name meaning "king."
Emygdius - Variant spelling of Latin Hemigidius, meaning "half-god, demigod." This is the name of a German martyred saint who is supposed to provide protection from earthquakes.
Elwyn - Variant spelling of Middle English Elwin, meaning "elf friend."
Elqanah - Hebrew name meaning either "God has created" or "God has possessed." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including one of the sons of Korah.
Elorri - Basque name meaning "thorn."
Elnatan - Variant spelling of Hebrew Elnathan, meaning "God has given" or "whom God gave."
Ellar - Modern form of Scottish Eallair, meaning "superior of a church cell."
Eliyshuwa - Hebrew name meaning "my God is savior." In the bible, this is the name of a son of King David.
Elihoenai - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyehoweynay, meaning "unto God are my eyes." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a priest and a Korahite temple doorkeeper.
Eligiusz - Polish form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
Elfrida - Variant spelling of Middle English Elfreda, meaning "elfin strength."
Elfleda - Medieval English form of Anglo-Saxon Æthelflæd, meaning "noble beauty." 
Eleutherios - Greek name meaning "the liberator." In mythology, this is the name by which Dionysos and Eros were sometimes referred.
Eleuia - Nahuatl unisex name meaning "wish."
Eleazar - Anglicized form of Hebrew Elazar, meaning "God has helped." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a high priest son of Aaron. 
Ekkehardt - Variant spelling of German Eckhard, meaning "strong edge."
Efrosinia - Feminine form of Russian Efrosin, meaning "joy, mirth."
Eeva - Finnish form of Greek Eva, meaning "life."
Edain - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Étaín, meaning "face" or perhaps "against" or "opposite."
Ebby - Variant spelling of English Ebbie, meaning "stone of help."
Eadweard - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "fortune, prosperity, riches," and weard "guard," hence "guardian of prosperity."
Eadgyth - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Eadgyð, meaning "rich battle."
Eadgard - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Eádgár, meaning "rich spear." 
Eglė - Lithuanian name meaning "spruce," derived from an ancient fairy tale about a maiden who marries a king of grass snakes who inhabit the sea. She is betrayed at the end of the story and turns herself into a spruce tree.
Ekundayo - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "sorrow becomes joy."
Efa (hebrew - עֵיפָה):  Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Efah, meaning "darkness" or "gloomy." 
Erno - Finnish form of German Ernust, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Eleuia - Nahuatl unisex name meaning "wish."
Esben - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ásbjorn, meaning "divine-bear."
Eser - Turkish unisex name meaning "achievement."
Elian - Variant spelling of Welsh unisex Eilian, probably meaning "second, a moment in time." 
Eione - Latin form of Greek Êionê, meaning "beach strand." In mythology, this is the name of one of the Nereids.
Esmé - Old French unisex name meaning "esteemed, loved."
Eliáš - Czech form of Greek Elias, meaning "the Lord is my God." 
Elias - Greek form of Hebrew Eliyah, meaning "the Lord is my God." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the prophet who lived during the reign of Ahab.
Eirene - Anglicized form of Greek Eirênê, meaning "peace." 
Essa - Variant spelling of Arabic Isa, meaning meaning "God is salvation." Compare with feminine Essa.
Etna (hebrew - אֶתְנָה):  Hebrew name meaning "hire" or "for hire."
Esteve - Catalan form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Etalpalli - Nahuatl unisex name meaning"wing."
Eudóxia - Brazilian form of Greek Eudoxia, meaning "good glory."
Eufemia - Italian form of Greek Euphêmia, meaning "Well I speak."
Eugenia - English form of Greek Eugeneia, meaning "well born."
Eugènia - Feminine form of Spanish Eug�nio, meaning "well born." 
Eulàlia - Catalan feminine form of Latin Eulalius, meaning "well-spoken."
Eulalia - Feminine form of Italian Eulalio, meaning "well-spoken." 
Euphêmê - Greek name composed of the elements eu "good, well" and phemi "I speak," hence "Well I speak." In mythology, this is the name of a goddess of good omen, praise, and shouts of triumph.
Euphemia - Latin form of Greek Euphêmia, meaning "Well I speak."
Ella - Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ælla, meaning "all, universal." Compare with feminine Ella.
Eleonore - German form of French Eléonore, meaning "foreign; the other."
Euphrosynê - Greek name meaning "joy, mirth." In mythology, this is the name of one of the three Graces.
Ellery - From an Old English place name meaning "island of elder trees." 
Eugene -   Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eóghan, meaning "born of yew."
Eugenio - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Eugenius (2), meaning "well born."
Eliana (hebrew - אֶלִיעַנָה): Feminine form of Latin Elianus, meaning "sun." 
Eulalio - Italian form of Latin Eulalius, meaning "well-spoken."
Eloi - Portuguese form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
Eutropia (greek - Ευτροπια):  Feminine form of Greek Eutropios, meaning "versatile."
Eva (greek - Εὔα):  Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aoife, probably meaning "beauty."
Eloy - Spanish and Portuguese form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
Eadgar - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Eádgár, meaning "rich spear." 
Elisabet (greek - Ἐλισάβετ):  Greek form of Hebrew Elisheva, meaning "God is my oath."
Eadmær - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead "happiness, prosperity, riches," and mær "famous, renowned," hence "rich and famous."
Elisabeth -   Anglicized form of Greek Elisabet (Hebrew Eliysheba), meaning "God is my oath." In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of the wife of Aaron. In the New Testament, it is the name of the mother of John the Baptist. 
Elise - Pet form of German Elisabeth, meaning "God is my oath." 
Ealdræd - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eald, "ancient, old," and ræd "counsel," hence "old advisor."
Eamon - Anglicized form of Irish GaelicÉamon, meaning "protector of prosperity."
Emanuel - Scandinavian form of Greek Emmanouel, meaning "God is with us."
Easter - English unisex name derived from the holiday name "Easter," which is related to Old English Eosturmónaþ/Eastermónaþ, meaning "April."
Eloise - English form of French Éloise, meaning "hale-wide; very healthy and sound." 
Echa - Chamoru unisex name meaning"give blessing."
Emlyn - Welsh unisex form of German Emmeline, meaning "work."
Eden - Hebrew unisex name meaning "delight" or "place of pleasure." In the bible, this is the name of the garden in which Adam and Eve lived.
Eder (hebrew - עֵדֶר): Basque unisex name meaning "beautiful, handsome."
Enfys - Welsh unisex name meaning"rainbow."
Eztli - Nahuatl unisex name meaning "blood."
Eniola - African Yoruba unisex name meaning "wealthy."
Eduard - German form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Emilia - Medieval spelling of Roman Latin Æmilia, meaning "rival."
Emilie - German form of Latin Emilia, meaning "rival."
Ennis - Unisex name derived from the name of a town in Ireland, from the word inis, meaning "island." As a personal name it is also spelled Innis. 
Edvard - Czech and Scandinavian form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Enu - African Akan unisex name meaning "fifth born."
Eòghan - Scottish form of Irish Gaelic Eóghan, meaning "born of yew."
Eoin - Irish Gaelic form of Greek Ioannes, meaning "God is gracious."
Ehsan - Persian unisex name meaning "compassion."
Eder (hebrew - עֵדֶר):  Basque unisex name meaning "beautiful, handsome."
Eifa - Variant spelling of Hebrew unisex Efah, meaning "darkness" or "gloomy." 
Edith - Modern English form of Anglo-Saxon Eadgyð, meaning "rich battle."
Erika - Feminine form of Scandinavian Erik, meaning "ever-ruler."
Edna (hebrew - עֶדְנָה):  Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning "kernel."
Ekene - African Igbo unisex name meaning "praise."
Erlea - Basque unisex name meaning "bee."
Ekenedilichukwu - African Igbo unisex name meaning "all praise to God."

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