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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Ea

Fire

Irish

Eacnung

Bears children

Anglo-Saxon

Eada

Wealthy

English

Eadaion

Joyous friendship

German

Eadaoin
Eadda

Wealthy

English

Eaden

Place of pleasure

Hebrew

Eadgyth

Wife of Edward the Confessor

Anglo-Saxon

Eadie

Strife for wealth

English

Eadignes

Bliss

Anglo-Saxon

Eadin

Place of pleasure

Hebrew

Eadith

Strife for wealth

English

Eadlin

Princess

Anglo-Saxon

Eadmund

Rich benefactress

English

Eadoin

Jealousy

Irish

Eadwine

Wealthy friend

English

Eaglin

Eagle

Latin

Ealga

Noble

Irish

Eanid

Soul, life

Welsh

Eara

Of unknown origin

American

Earie

From the east

Scottish

Earl
Earla

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earldena

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earldene

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earldina

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earle
Earlean
Earlee
Earleen

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earlena

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earlene

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earletta

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earley

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earlie

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earlina

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earline

Noblewoman, princess, warrior, countess

English

Earlisha
Early

Before due time or date

American

Earma
Earna

Eagle

English

Earnest
Earnesteen
Earnestine

Serious; battle to the death

German

Earnestyna

Serious

English

Earnie
Earnstine
Earric

Powerful

English

Earsie
Eartha

Earth

English