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EachanIrish name meaning: small horse.
Eachna['Ikna], Irish name meaning: horse, Ross.
Ealga['Eılgə], Irish name meaning: the heroic.
EamonWealthy Defender Wealthy Guardian Wealthy Protector Protector of Prosperity Irish form of Edmund (meaning: Guardian of property). Namesakes: Eamon De Valera, Irish President.
EarlNobleman Chief Leader Warrior Prince English name, meaning: noble, freeman. In England a peerage. Distributed in the US.

EbbaFlowing Tide Life Boar-like the Battle Alive Swedish name, feminine form of Ebbo (meaning: boar) Short form of Elburg (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "Castle".
Ebbinaindependent secondary form of Ebba.
Ebbineindependent secondary form of Ebba.
EbboFrisian short form of names with "boar" (meaning: Eber).
EbelLow German short form of Abel (meaning: transience).
EberfriedOld High German origin, meaning composition, "Eber" and "peace".
EbergardOld High German origin, meaning composition, "Eber" and "preserve".
EberhardBoar Hardness Strong as a Boar Brave Boar Old High German origin, meaning: strong as a boar. Found more than 1000 years in Germany, only rarely awarded at the beginning of the 21st century. Namesakes: St. Eberhard, Archbishop of Salzburg..
EberhildOld High German origin, meaning composition, "Eber" and "struggle".
EberwinOld High German origin, meaning composition, "Eber" and "friend".
EboAfrican name, meaning: the babies on Tuesday Low German short form of Eberhard (meaning: strong as a boar).
EdWolf Counsellor Wise Protector Wise Wolf English short form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property) and Edgar (meaning composition of "possession" and "spear").
EdbertWealthy and Bright English In addition to the form of Otbert (meaning composition of "possession" and "shiny").
EdburgAnglo-Saxon or Old High German origin, meaning composition of "possession" and "Castle".
EddiRenewer English pet form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property) and Edgar (meaning composition of "possession" and "spear"). Namesakes: Eddie Constantine, American actor.
EddieNames Beginning with Ed Form of Edward Guardian of Prosperity Wealthy Defender Wealth Protector Wealthy Guardian English pet form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property) and Edgar (meaning composition of "possession" and "spear"). Namesakes: Eddie Constantine, American actor.
EddyNames Beginning with Ed Form of Edward Guardian of Prosperity Wealthy Defender Wealthy Protector Wealthy Guard English pet form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property) and Edgar (meaning composition of "possession" and "spear"). Namesakes: Eddie Constantine, American actor.
EdelGift of God Variant of the Greek Dorothy independent form of names with "noble" (meaning: noble).
EdenDelightful Adornment Paradise Pleasure Garden of Eden biblical name of Hebrew origin, meaning: luxuriant inspired by the Garden of Eden in the Bible English name, meaning similar to a family name a girl's name.
EdetAfrican name, meaning: the babies on market day.
EdgarWealthy Spear-man Owner of Spear Protector of the God Rich God Spear Blessed Rich Spear Old English origin, meaning composition of "possession" and "spear". Known as name Kings of England as well as the figure of Edgar, son of the Earl of Gloucester, from Shakespeare's tragedy "King Lear" (1606). Namesakes: Edgar Degas, French painter.
EdgardWealthy Spear-man Fortunate and Powerful God Spear Lucky Spearman Rich Spear In addition to the form of Edgar (meaning composition of "possession" and "spear"). Namesakes: Edgard Varèse, American composer and conductor of French origin.
EdgerLeader Danish form of Edgar (meaning composition of "possession" and "spear").
EdiHealing Strife for Wealth Herb Guardian of Prosperity Battle Short form of names with "Ed" (meaning: possession).
EdikWealthy Defender Rich Protector Wealthy Guardian Russian short form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property).
EdizRich With Clear Goals Rejuvenation Delight Grandmother Rich Battle Pleasant Contending War D Turkish name, meaning: the sublime.
EdmarWealthy Friend Princess Old High German origin, secondary form of Otmar (meaning composition of "possession" and "famous").
EdmeaItalian form of Edmunda (meaning: the guardian of the property).
EdméeFrench feminine form of Edmund (meaning: Guardian of property).
EdmondProsperous Protector Wealthy Defender Wealthy Protector English, French, Dutch, Romanian, Hungarian form of Edmund (meaning: Guardian of property).
EdmundWealthy Defender Prosperous Protection Rich Protector Protector of Prosperity Old English origin, meaning: Guardian of possession. Used in Germany for over 200 years. Namesakes: Edmund Husserl, German philosopher.
EdoKind A Gift Given by God Gift of God Short form of names with "Ed" (meaning: possession).
EdoardoItalian Form of Edward Rich Guardian Italian, Spanish form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property). Namesakes: Edoardo Sangiuneti, Italian writer and poet.
ÉdouardFrench form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property). Namesakes: Édouard Manet, French painter.
EduardWealthy Guardian Wealthy Defender Prosperous Guardian Guardian of Prosperity Old English origin, meaning: Guardian of possession. Traditional, popular in many countries name. Known by the Baron Eduard in Goethe's novel "The Elective Affinities" (1809). Namesakes: Eduard Möricke, German writer.
EduardeFrench name of English origin, feminine form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property).
EduinoWealthy Friend Italian form of Edwin (meaning composition of "possession" and "friend").
EdvardWealthy Guardian Wealthy Defender Wealthy Rich Blessed Guardian of Prosperity Norwegian, Swedish form of Edward (meaning: Guardian of property). Namesakes: Edvard Grieg, Norwegian composer.
EdvinBorn at Easter Goddess of the Dawn Easter Time Swedish form of Edwin (meaning composition of "possession" and "friend").
EdwardWealthy Guardian Guardian of Prosperity Wealthy Defender Blessed Guard Wealthy Protector Happy Guard Rich Guard Old English origin, meaning: Guardian of possession. Known as name of many English kings. Namesakes: Edward Elgar, British composer.

EdwinProsperous Friend Valued Wealthy Friend Blessed Friend Old English origin, meaning composition of "possession" and "friend". Namesakes: Edwin Hubble, American astronomer.
EfraimProsperous Protector Wealthy Guard Wealthy Protector Variant of Ephraim (meaning: the double Fertile, also inspired by a field name).
EfremWealthy Guardian Wealthy Defender Prosperous Guardian Guardian of Prosperity English, Italian form of Ephraim (meaning: the double Fertile, also inspired by a field name).
EgberdinaOld High German origin, feminine form of Egbert (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "shiny").
EgbertBright Sword Name of a King Variant of Eckbert (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "shiny").
EggeFrisian short form of names with "corner" or "Eg" (Meaning: sword tip).
EggertLow German form of Eckehard (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard").
EgidVariant of Aegid (meaning: shield-bearer, the Beschützende).
EgidioEastern Settlement From East Town Italian form of Aegid (meaning: shield-bearer, the Beschützende). Namesakes: Egidio Duni, Italian composer.
EgidiusVariant of Aegidius or Aegid (meaning: shield-bearer, the Beschützende). Namesakes: Egidius Braun, German sports official.
EgilOld High German origin, Nordic short form of Eilbert or Agilbert (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "shiny").
EgilbertOld High German origin, variant of Agilbert (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "shiny").
EgilmarOld High German origin, variant of Agilmar (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "famous").
EgiloShort form of names with "Egil" or "agile" (Meaning: sword tip).
EgilolfVariant of Agilolf (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "Wolf").
EgilofVariant of Agilolf (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "Wolf").
EglofVariant of Agilolf (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "Wolf").
EgilwardOld High German origin, meaning composition of "sword tip" and "guardian".
EginaldOld High German origin, meaning composition of "sword tip" and "prevail".
EginbertOld High German origin, meaning composition of "sword tip" and "shiny".
EginhardOld High German origin, meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard".
EginoShort form of Eginolf (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "Wolf").
EginolfOld High German origin, meaning composition of "sword tip" and "Wolf".
EgloffIn addition to the form of Eginolf (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "Wolf").
EgmondLow German, Dutch form of Egmund (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "protection"). Widely known through Goethe's tragedy "Egmont" (1789).
EgmontLow German, Dutch form of Egmund (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "protection"). Widely known through Goethe's tragedy "Egmont" (1789).
EgmundOld High German origin, meaning composition of "sword tip" and "protection".
EgonLeader In addition to the form of Egino and short form of names with "Egin" (meaning "sword tip"). For more than 600 years in use in Germany. Namesakes: Egon Schiele, Austrian painter.
EhlertNorth German side the form of Eilhard (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard").
ElertNorth German side the form of Eilhard (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard").
EhmLow German, Frisian form of names with "Agi" or "Egi" (Meaning: sword tip).
EhmeLow German, Frisian form of names with "Agi" or "Egi" (Meaning: sword tip).
EhrenfriedOld High German origin, meaning composition of "honor" and "peace". Now almost extinct.
EhrfriedOld High German origin, meaning composition of "honor" and "peace". Now almost extinct.
EhrengardOld High German origin, meaning composition of "honor" and "Garden". In Germany, out of fashion.
EhrenreichOld High German origin, meaning: full of honor.
EhrentraudGermanic or Old High German origin, meaning composition of "honor" and "force".
EhrgottOld High German origin, meaning composition of "honor" and "God."
EhrhardVariant of Erhard (meaning composition of "honor" and "strong"). In Germany, more widespread as a surname.
EibaFrisian short form of names with "Agi" or "Egi" (Meaning: sword tip).
EikaFrisian short form of names with "Agi" or "Egi" (Meaning: sword tip).
EibeFrisian short form of names with "Agi" or "Egi" (Meaning: sword tip).
EiboFrisian short form of names with "Agi" or "Egi" (Meaning: sword tip).
ElbertNoble Highborn Brilliant Shining newer form of Egilbert (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "shiny").
EilertNorth German Frisian form of Eilhard (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard").

EildertNorth German Frisian form of Eilhard (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard").
EldertNorth German Frisian form of Eilhard (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard").
EilfriedOld High German origin, meaning composition of "sword tip" and "peace".
EilhardOld High German origin, more modern form of Agil Hard (meaning composition of "sword tip" and "hard").
EilikaLow German or Frisian short form of names with "Express" (Meaning: sword tip).
EinarManly Wise Masculine Brave Abbreviation of Andrew Nordic Icelandic first name origin, meaning: the fighting alone. Namesakes: Einar Schleef, German director and writer.
EjnarNordic Icelandic first name origin, meaning: the fighting alone. Namesakes: Einar Schleef, German director and writer.
EinhardStrong with a Sword Old High German origin, meaning composition of "alone" and "strong". Namesakes: Einhard from Mainfranken, artist at the court of Charlemagne.
Einin[A'niːn], Irish name meaning: little bird.
EirikWealthy Ruler Rich Ruler Norwegian form of Erich (meaning: sole ruler).
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