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EarlFrom the aristocratic title, which derives from Old English eorl = nobleman, warrior.
 
Earl GreyEnglish band of the 1990.
Black tea was named for Charles 2nd Earl of Grey, prime minister to King William IV (1830–1837).
 
Easy-Riderusually Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
The name became famous through the film Easy ride, directed by Dennis Hopper in 1969, starring Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson.
 
Eau deviefrom French Eau de vie: Colorless brandy distilled from fermented fruit juice.
French eau-de-vie : eau = water + de = of + vie = life.
 
EbèneFrench: ebony, carpenter.
From hebenyf (1384), Middle Englisch misreading Latin hebenius = of ebony, from Greek ebenios, from ebenos = ebony, probably from Egyptian hbnj.
 
EberhardOld German: ebur=the boar/friu=the peace
 
Ebony 
 
Ebylus 
 
Ecarus 
 
EchnatonAkhenaton: (1353-1336 BC) Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (1539-1292 BC), he encouraged the exclusive worship of the little-known deity Aton, a sun god, thus his name be read as One Useful to Aton.
 
Echofeminine name.
From Greek eche = the sound.
In Greek mythology Echo was a nymph given a speech impediment by Hera, so that she could only repeat what others said. She fell in love with Narcissus, but her love was not returned, and she pined away until nothing remained of her except her voice.
 
Echvin 
 
EclairFrench: lightening, a pastry
1861, from French éclair = lightning, from Old French esclair, from vulgar Latin esclairare = to light up, make shine, from Latin exclarare = light up, illumine, from ex- = out + clarus = clear.
 
EclipseThe partial or complete obscuring of a celestial body by another.
A song by the British progressive rock band Pink Floyd (born 1965), released 1973.
c.1280, from Old French eclipse, from Latin eclipsis, from Gkreek ekleipsis = a leaving out, forsaking, an eclipse, from ekleipein = to forsake a usual place, fail to appear, be eclipsed, from ek = out + leipein = to leave.
The celestial ecliptic (c.1391) is the circle in the sky followed by the sun.
 
Eclypseother spelling of eclipse
 
Ecstasy1382, from Old French Extasie, from late Latin Extasis, from Greek Ekstasis = trance, distraction, from existanai = displace, from ek = out + histanai = to place, cause to stand. Used by 17 century mystical writers for "a state of rapture that stupefies the body while the soul contemplates divine things".
 
Eddashort form for Edith; Italian feminine form of Hedda (pet form of Hedvig)
Norse (Islandic) epos of heroes about Germanic mythology, consisting of two books of poems:
The Prose Edda (Younger Edda, or Snorra-Edda; ca. 1222), written by Snorri Sturluson (1179-1241).
The Poetic Edda (Elder Edda, or Sæmundar Edda; ca. 1250-1300), poems composed ca. 800-1100.
The Edda is the oldest surviving antecedent of the Nibelungenlied.
 
Eddiother form of Eddy
 
Eddieother form of Eddy
 
Eddymasculine pet form of Edward, Edmund
 
EdecaAcronym for: Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act of 1999, Escuela de Ciencias Ambientales, a German supermarket
 
EdelgardOld German: adal=noble/gard=enclosure, protection
 
Edeltraud, Edeltrautother form of Adeltraud, Adeltraut
 
Edgaread=luck, prosperity/gar=spear
This was the name of the Saxon king of Wessex, Edgar or Eadgar I of England (ca. 942-975).
Famous bearer of the name are the American poet Edgar Allen Poe (1809-1849) and the French painter (Hilaire Germain) Edgar Degas (1834-1917).
 
Edisha 
 
Edito 
 
EdmundMeans "rich protector" from Old English ead = rich, blessed and mund = protector.
Saint Edmund was a 9th-century king of East Anglia who was shot to death with arrows after refusing to divide his Christian kingdom with an invading pagan Danish leader.
 
EdnaHebrew: delight
From Hebrew ednah = delight, related to Arabic ghadan = luxury.
 
EdoJapanese: literally bay-door; also spelled Yedo or Yeddo, is the former name of the Japanese capital Tokyo during the Edo period (1603-1867, also Tokugawa Shogunate).
 
EdoardoItalian masculine Form of Edward
 
EdouardFrench masculine form of Edward
 
EdouardManet 
 
EduardGerman, French masculine form of Edward: protector of property
 
Edvard 
 
EdwardDerived from the Old English elements ead = rich, blessed and weard = guard.
Saint Edward the Confessor (ca. 1003-1066) was the king of England shortly before the Norman Conquest.
 
Edwinead=luck, prosperity/wini=friend
 
Edwinafeminine form of Edwin
 
Effendi 
 
Effie 
 
Efrein 
 
EgbertOld German: the man with the shining sword
From the Old English elements ecg = edge of a sword and beorht = bright.
Egbert, West Saxon king of Wessex (802-839), Ecgberht of Kent (ruled 664-673), Saint Egbert (died 729), hermit and missionary, Ecgbert, archbishop of York (died 766).
 
EgeriaA female adviser or counselor.
In Roman mythology a goddess or nymph of fountains, consort and adviser of King Numa Pompilius (753-674 BC).
Egeria, also known as Aetheria, is the name of a nun who made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land about 381 - 384, who wrote a long letter to her community of nuns. The middle part of Egeria's writing survived and was copied in the Codex Aretinus.
13 Egeria, an asteroid discovered by Annibale de Gasparis on November 2, 1850 and named after the nymph.
Egeria is a genus of aquatic plant native to Brazil.
In fiction Egeria (Stargate) is the Goauld queen.
 
EginhardOld German: ekka=the tip of the sword/harti=hard, firm
 
Eginoshort form of Eginhard
Egino (died 1072) was the first and only bishop of Dalby in Scania (Skåne), from 1060 to 1066.
 
EglantineFrom the English word for the flower which is also known as sweetbrier.
It was first used as a given name (Madame Eglantine) by Geoffrey Chaucer (ca. 1340-1400) in 'The Prioress's Tale' (The Canterbury Tales, 1380-1400).
 
Egoiste 
 
Egonderived form of Egino
 
Eikefemale Low German short form of Eckehard, Eckard, Egbert
 
EileenIrish form of Helen
 
Einstein 
 
El Cid 
 
El Mau 
 
Elaine 
 
ElCorazon (das Herz) 
 
Eldorado 
 
EleaGaelic: nucleus
 
Eleazar 
 
Electron 
 
Elektra 
 
ElenaItalian form of Helen
 
Eleni 
 
Eleonoraother form for Eleonore, Arabic: God is my light
 
Elfe 
 
Elfishort form of Elfriede
 
Elfieother form of Elfi
 
Elfo 
 
Elianaother form of Eliane
 
Elianefemale form of Elias
 
EliasHebrew: my God is Jahwe (=Jehowa)
 
EliasEddy 
 
Eliette 
 
Eligius 
 
ElinaSlav form of Helen
 
Elinor 
 
Elio 
 
Eliós 
 
Eliot 
 
Elisashort from of Elizabeth
 
Elise 
 
Elisha 
 
Eliza 
 
ElkeFrisian form of Adelheid
 
Ellashort form of Elisabeth, Elfriede and Eleonore
 
Ellie 
 
ElliPirelli 
 
Elly 
 
Elly-Mae 
 
ElmarOld German: famous sword
 
ElmiraSpanish name of Arabian origin, which means princess
 
Elodie 
 
Elphenor 
 
Elsa 
 
Elsaria 
 
Elseshort form of Elisabeth
 
Elsi 
 
Elsie 
 
Eltoile 
 
Elton 
 
Eluard 
 
ElviraSpanish name with Gotic origin, means: to keep its property
 
Elvis 
 
Elwin 
 
Elwood 
 
Elyme 
 
Elysée 
 
Emancipation 
 
Emanuelle 
 
Emelly 
 
Emely 
 
Emeraude 
 
Emerentia 
 
Emerenzia 
 
Emericoother Italian form of Amerigo
 
EmilLatin: coming from the family of the Aemilier
 
EmilioItalian form of Emil
 
Emily 
 
Emine 
 
Eminenz 
 
Emir 
 
EmmaOld German form of names commencing with the syllable Irm-
 
Emmalotte 
 
Emmanuelle 
 
Emmimmi 
 
Emmylou 
 
Emotion 
 
Emporio 
 
Enana 
 
Enchantress 
 
Encina 
 
Endymion 
 
Enea 
 
Energy 
 
EngelbertOld German: shining like an angle
 
Engelchen 
 
Enigma 
 
Enjoy 
 
Enkidu 
 
EnnioItalian form of the Roman family name Ennius
 
EnricoItalian form of Henry
 
EnriqueSpanish form of Henry
 
Enterprise 
 
Entradaenter
 
Enya 
 
Enzian 
 
Enzo 
 
Eos 
 
EphraimHebrew: double fertile
 
Epikur 
 
Epos 
 
ErasmusGreek: the lovable man
 
Erato 
 
Ercole 
 
Erda 
 
Eremurus 
 
Eri 
 
Eric 
 
ErichScandinavian: the only mighty one
 
ErikDanish form of Erich
 
Erikafemale form of Erich
 
Eris 
 
ErjaFinnish: the free born female
 
ErkenbaldOld High German: brave and nobel, excellent, not frightened from anything
 
Erlwine 
 
Ermano 
 
Ermine 
 
Ernestinederived from Ernesta
 
ErnestoItalian form of Ernst
 
Erniother form of Erna (=female form of Ernst)
 
Ernie 
 
Ernoshort form of Ernst
 
ErnstOld German: seriousness, persistence, determination
 
ErnstAugust 
 
Ero 
 
Eroica 
 
Eros 
 
Erotica 
 
Erotico 
 
Erra 
 
Errol 
 
Erther 
 
ErwinOld German: heri=army/wini=friend
 
Esa 
 
Escada 
 
Escapade 
 
Eschmun 
 
EsmeraldaSpanish: emerald
 
Esperantoan artificial language
 
Espressivo 
 
Espresso 
 
Esprit 
 
Esteban 
 
EstelleFrench form of Stella
 
Estèphe 
 
Estherfrom the bible, Persian: star
 
Estragon 
 
EstrellaSpanish: he star
 
Eternity 
 
Ethan 
 
Ethel 
 
EtienneFrench form of Stephan
 
EtoileBleue 
 
Etude 
 
Euclid 
 
EugenGreek: Sir
 
EugèneFrench form of Eugen
 
Eugèniefemale form of Eugen
 
Eulalie 
 
Eule 
 
Eumel 
 
Eunice 
 
Euphemia 
 
Euphorbia 
 
Euphrasia 
 
Euripides 
 
Europa 
 
Euryanthe 
 
Eurydice 
 
Eurytos 
 
EusebiusGreek: the religious man
 
Eve 
 
Evelynother form of Eve
 
Evenor 
 
Event 
 
Everest 
 
Evergreen 
 
EvitaSpanish form of Eva
 
Evviva 
 
EwaldOld German: the one, who rules after the laws
 
Excaliburthe sword given to King Arthur by the Lady of the Lake
In Welsh legend Arthur's sword is known as Caledfwlch, which is thought to derive from the legendary Irish weapon Caladbolg (the lightning sword of Fergus mac Roich), which was latinzed to Caliburn or Caliburnus (= made of steel), and later altered to Escalibor and Excalibur.
 
Extravagance 
 
Extreme 
 
EyrinIrish feminine form of Irene
 
Eysha 
 
Ezechiel 
 
EzioItalian masculine first name
Italian form of the Roman cognomen Aetius, which was probably derived from Greek aietos = eagle.
A famous bearer was the 5th-century Roman general Flavius Aetius (ca. 396-454), who defeated Attila the Hun (ca. 406-453) at the Battle of Chalons (Battle of the Catalaunian Fields in 451).
 
EzraHebrew: help from god
Ezra was Hebrew high priest of the fifth century BC, who led many Jews back to Jerusalem after their Babylonian exile. He was a prophet of the Old Testament and the author of the Book of Ezra.
The American poet Ezra Loomis Pound (1885–1972) was a famous bearer of this name.
 

 
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