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  • Ea

    Meaning: Fire

    Origin: Celtic

  • Eachan

    Meaning: Horseman

    Origin: Irish

  • Eachan

    Meaning: Horseman

    Origin: Irish

  • Eacnung

    Meaning: Bears children

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eada

    Meaning: Wealthy

    Origin: English

  • Eadaion

    Meaning: Joyous friendship

    Origin: German

  • Eadbeorht

    Meaning: Wealthy

    Origin: English

  • Eadbert

    Meaning: Name of a king

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadburt

    Meaning: Wealthy

    Origin: English

  • Eadda

    Meaning: Wealthy

    Origin: English

  • Eadelmarr

    Meaning: Noble

    Origin: English

  • Eadgard

    Meaning: Lucky spearman

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadger

    Meaning: Wealthy spear

    Origin: English

  • Eadgyth

    Meaning: Wife of Edward the Confessor

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadgyth

    Meaning: Happy warfare

    Origin: English

  • Eadig

    Meaning: Blessed

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadignes

    Meaning: Bliss

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadlin

    Meaning: Princess

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadlyn

    Meaning: Wealthy friend

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadmund

    Meaning: Happy defender

    Origin: English

  • Eadmund

    Meaning: Rich benefactress

    Origin: English

  • Eadric

    Meaning: Wealthy ruler

    Origin: English

  • Eadsele

    Meaning: From Edward's estate

    Origin: English

  • Eadward

    Meaning: Wealthy guardian

    Origin: English

  • Eadward

    Meaning: Guardian

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eadwardsone

    Meaning: Son of Edward

    Origin: English

  • Eadweald

    Meaning: Wealthy ruler

    Origin: English

  • Eadweard

    Meaning: Wealthy guardian

    Origin: English

  • Eadwiella

    Meaning: From the old spring

    Origin: English

  • Eadwine

    Meaning: Wealthy friend

    Origin: English

  • Eadwine

    Meaning: Wealthy friend

    Origin: English

  • Eadwyn

    Meaning: Wealthy friend

    Origin: English

  • Eadwyn

    Meaning: Valued

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eagan

    Meaning: Fiery: forceful.

    Origin: Irish

  • Eagan

    Meaning: Fiery: forceful.

    Origin: Irish

  • Eagon

    Meaning: Fiery

    Origin: Irish

  • Eagon

    Meaning: Fiery

    Origin: Irish

  • Ealdian

    Meaning: Live long

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Ealdun

    Meaning: From the elves'valley

    Origin: English

  • Ealdwode

    Meaning: From the old forest

    Origin: English

  • Ealga

    Meaning: Noble

    Origin: Irish

  • Ealga

    Meaning: Noble

    Origin: Irish

  • Ealhdun

    Meaning: From the elves'valley

    Origin: English

  • Ealhhard

    Meaning: Brave

    Origin: English

  • Eallard

    Meaning: Brave

    Origin: English

  • Eallison

    Meaning: Son of Elder

    Origin: English

  • Eames

    Meaning: Prosperous protector. Variant of Edmund.

    Origin: Irish

  • Eames

    Meaning: Prosperous protector. Variant of Edmund.

    Origin: Irish

  • Eamon

    Meaning: Wealthy defender

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Eamon

    Meaning: Guardian

    Origin: Irish

  • Eamon

    Meaning: Guardian

    Origin: Irish

  • Eanruig

    Meaning: Rules the home

    Origin: Scottish

  • Eanruig

    Meaning: Rules the home

    Origin: Scottish

  • Ear

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Ear

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Eara

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Eara

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Earc

    Meaning: Red

    Origin: Irish

  • Earc

    Meaning: Red

    Origin: Irish

  • Earh

    Meaning: Coward

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Earie

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Earie

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Earie

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Earie

    Meaning: From the east

    Origin: Scottish

  • Earl

    Meaning: Nobleman. Name based on the English title of Earl.

    Origin: English

  • Earl

    Meaning: Chief

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Earle

    Meaning: Nobleman

    Origin: English

  • Earle

    Meaning: Chief

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Earlena

    Meaning: Shield

    Origin: Spanish

  • Earlena

    Meaning: Noble woman

    Origin: English

  • Earlene

    Meaning: Shield

    Origin: Spanish

  • Earlene

    Meaning: Noble woman

    Origin: English

  • Earlina

    Meaning: Shield

    Origin: Spanish

  • Earlina

    Meaning: Noble woman

    Origin: English

  • Earline

    Meaning: Noble woman. Feminine of Earl

    Origin: English

  • Earm

    Meaning: Wretched

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Earna

    Meaning: Eagle

    Origin: English

  • Earnan

    Meaning: Knowing

    Origin: Irish

  • Earnan

    Meaning: Knowing

    Origin: Irish

  • Earnest

    Meaning: Serious: determined.

    Origin: English

  • Earnest

    Meaning: Serious: determined.

    Origin: German

  • Earnestyna

    Meaning: Serious

    Origin: English

  • Earric

    Meaning: Powerful

    Origin: English

  • Eartha

    Meaning: Worldly

    Origin: English

  • Eartha

    Meaning: The earth.

    Origin: German

  • Earvin

    Meaning: Friend. Variant of Irving.

    Origin: English

  • Earwine

    Meaning: Friend of the sea

    Origin: English

  • Earwine

    Meaning: Friend of the sea

    Origin: English

  • Earwyn

    Meaning: Friend of the sea

    Origin: English

  • Earwyn

    Meaning: Friend of the sea

    Origin: English

  • Earwyna

    Meaning: Friend of the sea

    Origin: English

  • Eason

    Meaning: Protector, great one.

    Origin: Irish

  • Eason

    Meaning: Protector, great one.

    Origin: Irish

  • Easter

    Meaning: Goddess of the dawn

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Easter

    Meaning: Born at Easter

    Origin: English

  • Easton

    Meaning: From East town. Surname.

    Origin: English

  • Eastre

    Meaning: Born at Easter

    Origin: English

  • Eathelin

    Meaning: Noble waterfall

    Origin: English

  • Eathellreda

    Meaning: Noble maiden

    Origin: English

  • Eathelyn

    Meaning: Noble waterfall

    Origin: English

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