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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Eavan

Gaelic

Eba

Life, animal

Latin

Ebba

Brave, strong boar

Scandinavian

Ebbe

Brave, strong boar

Scandinavian

Ebboney

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebbony

Deep black wood

Latin

Eberta

Bright

European

Ebone
Ebonee

Deep black wood

Latin

Eboney

Deep black wood

Latin

Eboni

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebonie

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebonique

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebonney

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebonni

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebonny

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebony

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebonyi

Deep black wood

Latin

Ebuka
Ecaterina
Ecdysia

“The strip teaser,” from the Greek ekdyein, to shed, as the outer cuticle.

Greek

Ece

Queen

Turkish

Echerem
Echo

Reflected sound

Latin

Eda

Strife for wealth

English

Edalene

Noble

English

Edaline

Noble

English

Edana

Fire

Gaelic

Edda

Grandmother

Scandinavian

Eddi

Renewer

Hebrew

Eddie

Renewer

Hebrew

Eddna

Renewer

Hebrew

Eddnah

Renewer

Hebrew

Eddy

Renewer

Hebrew

Ede

Strife for wealth

English

Edee

Strife for wealth

English

Edeen

From Edinburgh

Scottish

Edeena

English

Edelie

Noble

German

Edelina

Spoils of war.

English

Edeline

Noble kind

German

Edelle

Noble

German

Edelmira

Princess

Spanish

Edeltruda
Edelynn

Small noble one

English

Eden

Paradise

Hebrew

Edena

Form of Edna

English

Edenia

Place of pleasure

Hebrew

Edgarda
Edge

Border, End of a Surface

American