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E.T.
Ea
Eady
Eager (English) [mf]
Eagle
Ealay [f]
Eamonn (Irish) [m]
 form of Edmund
Ean (Irish)
 "bird"
Earl (Teutonic, Old English) [m]
 "intelligence", or "nobleman"
Earleen [f]
 form of Earl
Earley
Early
Earnest [m]
 form of Ernest
Earrach
Eartha
Ease
Easie
Easily
Easter
Eastern
Easy (English) [mf]
Easyrider
Eaufelio
Eaugorek
Eautie
Eb
Eba
Ebba
Ebbe
Ebbie
Ebbo
Ebby
Ebe (Italian) [f]
Eben
Ebene
Ebenezer (Hebrew) [m]
 "stone of help"; monument erected by Samual in the Old Testament
Eber
Eberh
Eberhard (Teutonic) [m]
 "boar hardy"
Ebert (Old English) [m]
 "noble bright" or "edge bright"
Ebi
Ebie
Ebo
Ebon [m]
Eboney
Eboni
Ebony (English) [f]
Eb-rajco
Ebro
Ebros [m]
Ebru
Ebs
Ebu
Ebuzz
Ecco
Eccogulliver
Echo (Greek) [f]
 nymph with speech impediment in Greek mythology. Could only repeat what others said.
Echse
Eck
Eckardt
Eckart
Eckbert (Teutonic) [m]
 "edge bright"
Eckhard (Teutonic) [m]
 "edge brave"
Ecki
Eckle
Ecko
Ecks
Ecky
Eclair
Eclipse
Eco
Econ [m]
Ecstacy
Ed [m]
 short form of names beginning with Ed
Eda
Edalene
Edana [f]
 short form of Aidan
Edd (English) [mf]
 "double d"
Edda
Edde
Eddi
Eddie [m]
 short form of Edward, Edmund
Eddil
Eddo
Eddy
Edel
Edela
Edelblut
Edelgard
Edelrot
Edelweiss
Eden (Hebrew) [f]
 "place of pleasure"
Edgar (Old English) [m]
 "rich spear" or "blessed spear"
Edgard
Edge (English) [m]
Edgey
Edi
Ediko
Edilo
Edina
Edine
Edis [m]
Edison
Edit
Edith (Old English) [f]
 "rich war" or "blessed war"
Editha
Edith's
E'Djinn
Edle
Edler
Edmee
Edmond (French, Dutch) [m]
 from of Edmund
Edmund (Old English) [m]
 "rich protector" or "blessed protector"
Edna (Hebrew) [f]
 "pleasure"
Edo
Edoardo (Italian) [m]
 form of Edward
Edor
Edox
Edra
Edric (Old English) [m]
 "rich ruler" or "blessed ruler"
Edsel (English) [m]
Edsert
Edu
Eduardo (Spanish, Portugese) [m]
 form of Edward
Edulf
Edur
Edward (Old English) [m]
 "rich guard" or "blessed guard"
Edwie
Edwin (Old English) [m]
 "rich friend" or "blessed friend"
Edwina [f]
 form of Edwin
Edy
Eef [mf]
Eefje
Eefke
Eeiche
Eero
Eeros
Eevee
Eexi
Eeyore
Efarim
Efendi
Effa
Effe
Effendi
Effi
Effie [f]
Effluence
Effrigga
Effulge
Effuse
Effy
Efke
Efra
Efsun (Turkish) [f]
 "freedom"
Ega
Egan
Egar
Egbert [m]
 form of Eckbert
Egeria
Egga
Egge
Eggi
Eggo
Eggos
Egil (Old Norse) [m]
 "edge or point [of a sword]"; name of Icelandic hero
Egilio
Egilo
Eginolf
Egir
Egisa
Egmar
Egmara
Ego
Egoli
Egon (Teutonic) [m]
 "edge or point [ of a sword]"
Egor (Hungarian) [m]
 "best among his equals"
Egus
Egyik
Ehnz
Ehre
Ehtel
Eian
Eibe
Eibhear (Gaelic) [m]
 according to legend the son of the first of the Gaels to come to Ireland
Eicha
Eiche
Eick
Eicka
Eicke
Eickel
Eickena
Eicko
Eico
Eicos
Eidi
EightBall
Eik
Eika
Eike
Eiko
Eila
Eileen [f]
 form of Helen
Eilen
Eilgard
Eilidh (Gaelic) [mf]
 "light"
Eilika
Eiliko
Eilish (Celtic) [f]
 form of Elisabeth
Eimear
Einav (Hebrew)
 "grape"
Eine
Einjeru (Japanese) [f]
 "angel"
Einstein [m]
Einstien
Einzi
Eira
Eirco [m]
Eireann (Gaelic) [m]
 "Ireland"
Eireen
Eirene
Eirik
Eirin
Eisa
Eischa
Eische
Eisha
Eitel
Eitenna
Eivo
Eiwa
Ejax
Eje (English) [mf]
 form of eye
Eji [f]
Ek
Ekin
Ekita (Native American) [f]
Ekke
Ekkehard
Ekko
Eko
Ekszer (Hungarian) [f]
Ekwendeni
El
El Diablo [m]
El Paso
El Torro
Ela [f]
Elaine (French) [f]
 form of Helen
Elan
Elangeni Masai
Elanka
Elanor [f]
 "little flower" from the book "The Lord of the Rings"
Elara
Elaya (Dutch) [f]
Elba [f]
 island off the west coast of Italy where Napoleon was exiled
Elbe
Elberth
Elbie
Elbo [m]
Elby
Elch
Elcho
Elck
Elco
Elda
Eldo
Eldorado
Eldred (Old English) [m]
 "noble counsel"
Elea [f]
 short form of Eleanor
Eleazar
Eleck
Electra
Eleen
Elegance
Eleisa
Eleiza
Elek (Hungarian) [m]
Elektra
Elena (Italian, Spanish) [f]
 form of Helen
Elenore
Eleonor [f]
 form of Eleanor
Eleonore
Elesse
Elesta
Eleu [f]
Elexi
Elexis
Elf
Elfa [f]
 form of Elva
Elfe
Elfen (Welsh) [f]
 "element"
Elfi
Elfie
Elfin
Elfreda (Old English) [f]
 "elf strength" or "noble power"
Elfriede
Elfrun
Elftrud
Elfy
Elga
Elge
Elgrando
Eli (Hebrew) [m]
 "offering" or "high"; high priestess of Israel and teacher of Samual in Old Testament
Elia
Eliane (Greek) [f]
 "sun"
Eliano
Elianto [m]
Elias (Greek, Spanish) [m]
 form of Elijah
Elien [f]
Eliene
Eliette
E-life (English) [m]
Eligius
Elijah (Hebrew) [m]
 "God is the Lord"; Hebrew prophet in 9th century BC
Elima [f]
Elimar
Elin
Elina
Eline
Eliot [f]
 form of Elliot
Elis
Elisa
Elisabeth [f]
 form of Elizabeth
Elisca
Elise [f]
 short form of Elizabeth
Elisha (Hebrew) [m]
 "God is helpful"; prophet, successor of Elijah
Elishama (Hebrew) [f]
 "God has heard"
Elissa (Phoenician, Russian) [f]
 unknown, or short form of Elizabeth
Elit
Elite
Eliun
Elivien
Elixir
Eliza
Elizabeth (Hebrew) [f]
 "oath of God"
Elja
Eljakim (Hebrew) [m]
Elk
Elka
Elkas
Elke [f]
 form of Adelheid
Elkena
Elki
Elko
Elky
Ella [f]
 short form of Ellen
Ellado (Greek) [mf]
 "come here"
Elle (French) [f]
 "female"
Elleke
Ellen (English) [f]
 form of Helen
Ellengart
Ellery
Elles (English) [f]
 alice'
Ellex
Elli
Ellie
Ellika [f]
Ellinor (Arabic) [f]
 "God is my light"
Elliot [m]
 form Elias
Ellis
Ellm
Ello
Elloise
El-Lute
Elly
Ellyas
Elm
Elma
Elmar
Elmas (Turkish) [f]
 "diamond"
Elmax [m]
Elme
Elmer (Old English) [m]
 "noble famous"
Elmira [f]
 city in Canada
Elmo (Teutonic) [m]
 "helmet" or "protection"
Elodie
Eloise [f]
Elona
Eloy
Elpaso
Elphie
Elphin
Elquinta
Elra
Elrado
Elri
Elric (Teutonic) [m]
 "elf ruler"
Elrond (Sindarin) [m]
 "star dome"; elven ruler in Rivendell in Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings'
Elroy
Els
Elsa [f]
Elsa-H
Elsch
Else
Elsi
Elsie [f]
 form of Alice
Elska
Elske (Dutch) [f]
Elson [m]
Elspet (Scottish) [f]
 form of Elizabeth
Elster
Elsy (English) [f]
Elta
Elton (Old English) [m]
 "Ella's town"
Elty [f]
Elu
Elva (Teutonic, Icelandic, Irish) [f]
 "elfin" / "ripples in a stream" / "olive"
Elvi
Elvira (Gothic) [f]
 "noble truth"
Elvis [m]
 possibly form of Elwin
Elwin (Teutonic) [m]
 "noble friend" or "elf friend"
Elwira
Elwood
Ely
Elyria [f]
Elz
Elza (Hebrew) [mf]
 "very sweet, cute"
Elzar [m]
Elzbieta (Polish) [f]
 form of Elizabeth
Elze
Elzi
Emane
Emanon
Emanuel
Emas
 "gold"
Embada
Embangweni
Ember
Embleer-rah [m]
 from the book Watershipdown
Embros (Native American) [mf]
 courage fire
Emda
Emeline (Teutonic) [f]
 "work"
Emely
Emerald (English) [f]
 green gem
Emerentia
Emergo (Latin) [mf]
Emeric (Teutonic) [m]
 "horse rule"
Emerson (Old English) [m]
 "descendent of Emery"
Emery (English) [m]
 hard black substance
Emi (Japanese) [f]
 "blessed with beauty"
Emidio (Latin) [m]
 "half god"
Emil (Latin, Teutonic) [m]
 "industrious" / "work"
Emile [m]
Emilie (French. German) [f]
 form of Emily
Emilio (Italian) [m]
 form of Emil
Emily [f]
 form of Emil
Emin
Emina
Eminem (English) [m]
 rapper
Emio [m]
Emir
Emitt
Emma (Teutonic) [f]
 "whole" or "universal"
Emmanuel (Hebrew) [m]
 "God is with us"; the foretold name of the Messiah in the Old Testament
Emmanuelle (French) [f]
 form of Emmanuel
Emmely
Emmey
Emmi
Emmidahl
Emmie
Emmit (English) [m]
Emmo
Emmy
Emo
Emona
Empangeni
Empire (English) [m]
Emporio [m]
Empressa
Empresse [f]
 variation of Empress
Emrys (Welsh) [m]
 form of Ambrose
Emu
Emuna
Emy
En
En Riqu
En Vogue (French) [f]
Ena
Enak [m]
Enana (Native American)
 *all around*
Encan
Encarnation (Spanish) [m]
 "incarnation"; name of Spanish festival, celebrated on Christmas Day
Enchanteresse (French) [f]
Enchi
Enchilada
Enchy
Encke [f]
Enco
Enda
Ender (Turkish) [m]
 "one in a million"
Endi
Endie
Endo
Endoe (English) [m]
 andrew'
Endor
Endos
Endra
Endro
Endru
Endy
Ener
Energizer
Energy (English) [mf]
Enero
Enez
Enfy (Welsh) [mf]
 "rainbow"
Engali
Engel (Teutonic) [m]
 "Angle"; name of Germanic tribe that settled in Britain. England is named for them.
Engelberga
Engelbert (English) [m]
Engele
Engie
Engii [mf]
EngineErin
Engy
Enid (Welsh) [f]
 "soul" or "life"
Enie
Enigma [f]
 "immortal"
Enja
Enji
Enjoy (English) [f]
Enjy
Enka
Enkas
Enke
Enki
Enkien (Turkish) [mf]
 "puppy"
Enko
Enna
Enne
Enni
Ennio (Latin) [m]
 "ninth"
Enno
Ennor
Enny
Enola
Enox
Enrica (Italian) [f]
 form of Henry
Enrico (Italian) [m]
 form of Henry
Enrique (Spanish) [m]
 form of Henry
Enriquo
Ensa
Enschi
Enschie
Enschy
Enso
Entstammt
Envey
Eny
Enya
Enyo
Enza
Enzi
Enzia
Enzian
Enzicko [m]
Enzie
Enzino
Enzio
Enzo [m]
Enzol
Enzoray [mf]
Enzy
Enzzo
Eoghan (Celtic) [m]
 "yew born"
Eoin (Gaelic) [m]
 form of John
Eolas
Eomer (Old English) [m]
 Ancestor of the first king of Mercia (ancient area in England); king of Rohan in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings
Eor
Eos
Eowyn (Old English) [f]
 "horse lover"; from Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings
Epcot
Epcott
Ephialthes
Ephor
Ephraim (Hebrew) [m]
 "fruitful"; son of Joseph and ancestor of one of the twelve Hebrew tribes.
Ephram [m]
Epic
Epo [m]
Epos (Dutch) [m]
Epp
Eppe [mf]
Eppie [f]
Eppo
Eppu
Epraim
Epsa
Epson
Epstein
Epu
Eques (Latin) [m]
 "horserider"
Equin [m]
Equity
Era (Greek) [f]
Erainn
Erak
Eran (Hebrew) [m]
 "the wakefull"
Eras
Erasmus (Greek) [m]
 "love"
Erastus
Erbel
Erco
Erda
Erdal
Erdész
Erdmi
Erdo
Erek
ERElroy
Erera
Eres
Erex
Ergo
Erhard (Teutonic) [m]
 "honour brave"
Erhos Zeus
Eri
Eric (Old Norse) [m]
 "ever ruler"; 10th century explorer who discovered Greenland
Erica (Latin) [f]
 "heather" or form of Eric
Erich (German)
 form of Eric
Erie
Erik (Swedish, Danish, Dutch) [m]
 form of Eric
Erika (German, Scandinavic, Dutch) [f]
 form of Eric
Erin (Irish) [f]
 form of Eireann
Erinn
Eris
Erit
Eriu
Erk
Erka
Erkau
Erke
Erko
Erkon
Erl
Erla
Erland
Erle
Erlkoenig
Erlo
Erlo-Beeth
Erlos
Erlux
Erma
Ermanrich
Erme
Ermo
Erna
Ernacius (Latin) [mf]
 "for ever"
Ernak
Ernest (Teutonic) [m]
 "earnest"
Ernesta
Erneste
Ernestia [f]
Ernestiene
Ernesto [m]
Erni
Ernie (English) [m]
 puppet of Sesamestreet
Ernio
Ernnie
Erno
Ernsa
Ernst (German, Dutch) [m]
 form of Ernest
Erny
Ero
Eroica
Eroika
Erol
Erold
Eron
Eros (Greek) [m]
 god of love
Eroson
Erp
Erpa
Erra
Erras
Erris
Erro
Errol
Error (English) [mf]
Erros
Erso
Erszi [f]
Erta
Ertel
Erti [mf]
Erus
Erwiga
Erwin [m]
 form of Irwin
Ery
Esam
Esau (Hebrew) [m]
 "hairy"
Esbe
Escala
Escapade
Escha
Esche
Eschinta
Eschly
Esco
Escobar (Spanish) [m]
 pablo escobar: famous drugsdealer
Escort
Esda
Esha [f]
 "desire"
Eshellita [f]
Eshra
Esis [f]
Esisziktanya
Esja [f]
Eska
Eske
Eskimo
Esko
Esko-Kay
Eskoll
Eskor
Esku
Esky [mf]
Eslan [m]
Esley [f]
Esli
Eslin
Esmaralda (Spanish)
 different way of writing Esmeralda
Esme (Spanish)
 short form of Esmeralda
Esmee (Spanish)
 short form of Esmeralda
Esmée (Spanish)
 short form of Esmeralda
Esmeralda (Spanish)
 "emerald"
Esmo [mf]
Esmond (Old English) [m]
 "grace protection"
Espa (Spanish) [f]
 short of Espagne (Spain)
Espe
Esper
Esperanza (Latin) [f]
 "hope"
Espion
Espirit
Espresso
Esprit (French)
Esra
Essda
Esse
Essex
Essi
Esso
Essu
Essy
Esta
Estalita (Spanish) [f]
 Esta = be lita = small
Estan
Estara
Este
Esteban (Spanish) [m]
 form of Stephen
Estee (Teutonic) [f]
 "wild"
Estel
Estelle (Latin) [f]
 "star"
Ester [f]
 form of Esther
Estevan (Spanish) [m]
 form of Stephen
Estha (Arabic) [m]
 "cream"
Esther (Persian, Hebrew) [f]
 "start" / "secret"
Esthera
Esthra
Esto
Estom
Estor
Estorio
Estra
Estrella (Spanish) [f]
 "star"
Estrelle (French) [f]
 "star"
Estrix [f]
Esty
ET
Eta
Etalka (Hebrew) [f]
 ethelka'
Etax
Ethan (Hebrew) [m]
 "firmness"
Ethel (Teutonic) [f]
 "noble"
Ethelka (Hungarian) [f]
Ethyfix [m]
Etibo [m]
Etienne (Old English) [m]
 "noble famous"
Etiennette
Etinee
Etka
Etna (Italian) [f]
 vulcan
Eto
Etosha
Etsch
Etscha
Etta [f]
 short form of names ending with etta
Ettan (Swedish) [f]
 "number one"
Ette
Etter (Dutch) [mf]
Etty
Etu
Etz
Etzel
Eudora (Greek) [f]
 "good gift"
Eugene (Greek) [m]
 "well born"
Eugenia [f]
 form of Eugene
Eugenie
Eukalipta (Dutch) [f]
 witch in the book Paulus de Boskabouter
Eulalia
Eule
Eulla
Eumel
Eunice (Greek) [f]
 "good victory"
Euphrates
Eurasie
Eurbin [m]
 form of Urbanis
Eureka
Eurka
Euro
Europa
Europe
Euryante
Eusebius
Ev
Eva (Hebrew) [f]
 form of Eve
Evaline
Evalotte
Evan (Welsh) [m]
 form of John
Evander (Greek) [m]
 "good man"
Eve (Hebrew) [f]
 "life"
Evelien
Evella
Evelyn (Latin) [mf]
 "bird"
Evelyne (Gaelic) [f]
 "the friendly one"
Even
Evenly
Ever
Everdien
Evert (Dutch) [m]
 form of Eberhard
Evgeni (Russian) [mf]
 "powerful"
Evi
Evianne [f]
Evie
Evil (English) [mf]
Evinrude
Evisu [m]
Evita
Evjatar (Hebrew) [m]
 "excellently"
Evko [m]
Evo
Evye
Ewa (Polish) [f]
 form of Eva
Ewald
Ewan
Ewanda
Ewen
Ewok
Ewold (Dutch) [m]
 ewoud'
Ex
Exa
Exakt
Excalibur
Exception
Excès (French) [f]
Exe
Exel
Exelent
Exellance
Exellent
Exena
Exeter
Exi
Exina
Exit (English) [mf]
Exitus
Exl
Exo
Exon
Exor
Extacy
Extra
Exxon
Exzan [m]
Eya
Eybe
Eyca
Eycha
Eyck
Eycke
Eyco
Eyes (English) [f]
Eyk
Eyka
Eyke
Eykel
Eyko
Eyla
Eylah [f]
Eylin
Eyline
Eylo
Eyonara
Eyoni [mf]
Eyota
Eyra
Eyrin
Eyscha
Eysha
Eywock
Ezadro
Ezechiel [m]
Ezekiel (Hebrew) [m]
 "God strengthens"
Ezel
Ezeli (Turkish) [f]
 "eternal"
Ezi
Ezra (Hebrew) [m]
 "help"; prophet of the Old Testament
Ezrah (Hebrew)
Ezri [f]
Ezulu
Ezulwini
Ezwar (English) [m]
Ezza
Ezzar
Ezzo

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