Baby Girl names that start with  “ E “ and their  Meaning

 

Eachna

Irish, meaning ‘horse’.

Eacnung

Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘fertile’.

Eada

(alt. Eadia, Eadea, Eadiah)

English, meaning ‘prosperous’.

Eadaion

German, meaning ‘joyous friend’.

Eadlin

(alt. Eadlyn)

Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘royalty’.

Eadrianne

(alt. Edreiann, Edrian, Edrie)

American, meaning ‘standout’.

Ealasaid

Hebrew, meaning ‘devotee to God’.

Ealga

(alt. Ealgia, Ealgiah, Ealgeah)

Irish, meaning ‘noble born’.

Earla

English, meaning ‘leader’.

Earline

English, feminine form of Earl.

Earna

(alt. Earnia, Earnea, Earneah)

English, meaning ‘like an eagle’.

Eartha

English, meaning ‘earth’.

Earric

(alt. Errica, Errika)

English, meaning ‘powerful’.

Easter

Egyptian, from the festival of the same name.

Easton

(alt. Eastan, Easten, Eastyn)

American, meaning ‘wholesome’.

Eathelin

(alt. Eathelyn, Eathelina)

English, meaning ‘woman of the waterfall’.

Eavan

Irish, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Ebba

English, meaning ‘fortress of riches’.

Ebere

(alt. Ebera, Ebiere)

African, meaning ‘merciful’.

Ebony

(alt. Eboni)

Latin, meaning ‘deep, black wood’.

Ebrill

(alt. Ebrille, Evril)

Welsh, meaning ‘born in April’.

Ecaterina

Greek, alternative of Catherine.

Ece

Turkish, meaning ‘queen’.

Echo

Greek, from the mythological nymph of the same name.

Eda

(alt. Edda)

English, meaning ‘wealthy and happy’.

Edalene

(alt. Edaline, Edilyne)

Gaelic, meaning ‘noble’.

Edda

(alt. Eddah, Edwiga)

German, alternative of Hedwig.

Edel

(alt. Edele, Edelle)

German, meaning ‘intelligent woman’.

Edelmira

Spanish, meaning ‘admired for nobility’.

Eden

Hebrew, meaning ‘pleasure’.

Edie

(alt. Eddie)

Shortened form of Eden, meaning ‘pleasure’.

Edina

Scottish, meaning ‘from Edinburgh’.

Edith

(alt. Edyth)

English, meaning ‘prosperity through battle’.

Edna

Hebrew, meaning ‘enjoyment’.

Edolie

English, meaning ‘good’.

Edusa

(alt. Educa)

Latin, a mythological goddess who protected children.

Edrea

English, meaning ‘ wealthy and powerful’.

Edris

(alt. Edrisse, Edrys)

Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘prosperous ruler’.

Edwina

English, meaning ‘ wealthy friend’.

Efia

(alt. Efiah, Efea)

African, meaning ‘born on Friday’.

Effemy

(alt. Effemie, Effemea)

Greek, meaning ‘gifted songstress’.

Effie

Greek, meaning ‘pleasant speech’.

Egeria

(alt. Egeriah, Egerea)

Latin, meaning ‘wise counsellor’. Also a mythological water nymph.

Eglantine

French, from the shrub of the same name.

Eibhlín

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘shining and brilliant’.

Eila

Hebrew, meaning ‘oak tree’.

Eileen

Irish, meaning ‘shining and brilliant’.

Eilidh

Scottish, meaning ‘the sun’.

Eir

Norse, meaning ‘peacefulness’.

Eira

Welsh, meaning ‘snow’.

Eireen

(alt. Erene, Irene)

Scandinavian, alternative of Irene, meaning ‘peacemaker’.

Eirian

Welsh, meaning ‘silver’.

Eithne

Irish, meaning ‘fire’.

Ekanta

Sanskrit, meaning ‘solitude’.

Ekaterina

(alt. Ekaterini)

Slavic, meaning ‘pure’.

Ekin

Turkish, meaning ‘harvest’.

Ekundayo

African, meaning ‘sorrow turned to joy’.

El

Hawaiian, meaning ‘black’.

Elaina

(alt. Elana, Elani)

Greek, alternative form of Helen.

Elaine

(alt. Elaina, Elayne)

French, meaning ‘bright, shining light’.

Elama

Greek, meaning ‘from the mountains’.

Elata

Latin, meaning ‘happy’.

Elba

Italian, from the island of the same name.

Elberta

English, meaning ‘highborn’.

Elda

Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘princess’.

Eldora

Spanish, meaning ‘covered with gold’.

Eldoris

(alt. Eldorise, Eldorys)

Greek, meaning ‘woman of the sea’.

Eleacie

(alt. Eleacy, Eleacea)

American, meaning ‘forthright’.

Eleanor

(alt. Elanor,Eleanora, Eleanore, Elina, Elinore)

Greek, meaning ‘light’.

Electra

(alt. Elektra)

Greek, meaning ‘shining’.

Eleora

Hebrew, meaning ‘God is my light’.

Eleri

Welsh, the name of a river.

Elexis

English, alternative of Alexis.

Elfin

(alt. Elfyn, Elfie, Elfi)

American, meaning ‘a little girl resembling an elf’.

Elfrida

(alt. Elfrieda)

English, meaning ‘elf power’.

Elga

(alt. Elgiva, Ellga, Helga)

Slavic, meaning ‘sacred’.

Eliane

Hebrew, meaning ‘Jehovah is God’.

Elica

(alt. Elicah, Elicka, Elyca)

German, meaning ‘noble one’.

Elida

(alt. Elyda, Eleeda)

English, meaning ‘like a winged creature’.

Eliphal

(alt. Eliphala, Eliphall)

Hebrew, meaning ‘delivered from God’.

Elisheba

(alt. Elishebah, Elishyba, Elyshyba)

Hebrew, meaning ‘God’s promise’.

Eliska

(alt. Elishka, Elyska, Elyshka)

Slavic, meaning ‘truthful’.

Elissa

(alt. Elisa)

Of French origin, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Elita

(alt. Elitah, Elyta, Eleta)

Latin, meaning ‘chosen one’.

Eliya

Hebrew, meaning ‘God is my lord’.

Eliza

(alt. Elisha)

Of Hebrew origin, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Elizabeth

(alt. Elisabeth, Elisabet, Elizabella, Elizabelle, Elsbeth, Elspeth)

Hebrew, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Elkana

Hebrew, meaning ‘God has acquired’.

Elke

Dutch, meaning ‘kind’.

Elke

German, meaning ‘nobility’.

Ella

German, meaning ‘completely’.

Ellan

(alt. Ellane, Ellann)

American, meaning ‘coy’.

Elle

(alt. Ellie)

French, meaning ‘she’.

Ellema

(alt. Ellemah)

African, meaning ‘dairy farmer’.

Ellen

(alt. Elin, Eline, Ellyn)

Greek, meaning ‘shining’.

Ellice

(alt. Elyse)

Greek, meaning ‘the Lord is God’.

Elma

(alt. Elna)

Latin, meaning ‘soul’.

Elmas

(alt. Elmaz, Elmes, Elmis)

Armenian, meaning ‘like a diamond’.

Elmira

Arabic, meaning ‘aristocratic lady’.

Elodie

French, meaning ‘marsh flower’.

Eloise

(alt. Elois, Eloisa, Elouise)

French, meaning ‘renowned in battle’.

Elsa

(alt. Else, Elsie)

Hebrew, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Elva

Irish, meaning ‘noble’.

Elvina

English, meaning ‘noble friend’.

Elvira

(alt. Elvera)

Spanish, from the place of the same name.

Elwy

Welsh, meaning ‘benefit’.

Elysia

(alt. Elicia, Elise)

Latin, meaning ‘idyllic sweetness’.

Eman

Arabic, meaning ‘faith’.

Emanuela

Hebrew, meaning ‘God is with you’.

Embla

Scandinavian, meaning ‘elm’.

Ember

(alt. Embry)

English, meaning ‘spark’.

Emelda

Spanish, meaning ‘a whole battle’.

Emele

French, meaning ‘industrious’.

Emeline

German, meaning ‘industrious’.

Emer

(alt. Emyr, Emir)

Irish, meaning ‘swift’.

Emera

German, meaning ‘diligent leader’.

Emerald

English, meaning ‘green gemstone’.

Emergence

French, meaning ‘worthy of recognition’.

Emery

German, meaning ‘ruler of work’.

Emiko

(alt. Emyko)

Japanese, meaning ‘pretty child’.

Emilia

Latin, meaning ‘from the Emily clan’.

Emily

(alt. Emalee, Emelie, Emely, Emilee, Emilie, Emlyn)

Latin, from the clan of the same name.

Emlen

Latin, meaning ‘charming’.

Emma

German, meaning ‘embraces everything’.

Emmanuelle

Hebrew, meaning ‘God is among us’.

Emmeline

(alt. Emmelina)

German, meaning ‘embraces everything’.

Emmy

(alt. Emi, Emme, Emmie)

German, meaning ‘embraces everything’.

Ena

Shortened form of Georgina, meaning ‘farmer’.

Enakai

Hawaiian, meaning ‘glowing sea’.

Encarna

Spanish, meaning ‘incarnation’.

Enfys

Welsh, meaning ‘rainbow’.

Engla

Scandinavian, meaning ‘angel’.

Enid

(alt. Eneida)

Welsh, meaning ‘life spirit’.

Enola

Native American, meaning ‘solitary’.

Enya

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘fire’.

Eolande

American, meaning ‘violet flower’.

Epona

(alt. Eponine)

Latin, a horse goddess.

Eranthe

(alt. Erantha, Eranthia, Eranthea)

Greek, meaning ‘delicate like the spring’.

Erasto

Italian, meaning ‘beloved’.

Ercilia

(alt. Erciliah, Ercilea, Ercilya)

American, meaning ‘frank’.

Erela

(alt. Erelah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘messenger’.

Erica

(alt. Ericka, Erika)

Scandinavian, meaning ‘ruler forever’.

Erin

(alt. Eryn)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘from the isle to the west’.

Eris

Greek, from the mythological heroine of the same name.

Erlinda

Hebrew, meaning ‘spirited’.

Erling

Scandinavian, meaning ‘descendant’.

Erma

German, meaning ‘universal’.

Ermine

French, meaning ‘weasel’.

Erna

English, meaning ‘sincere’.

Ernestine

(alt. Ernestina)

English, meaning ‘sincere’.

Ersilia

(alt. Ercilia, Ersila, Erzilia)

Greek, meaning ‘delicate’ and Latin, meaning ‘liberator’.

Esme

French, meaning ‘esteemed’.

Esmeralda

Spanish, meaning ‘emerald’.

Esperanza

Spanish, meaning ‘hope’.

Essien

(alt. Essienne, Esien)

African, meaning ‘child of the people’.

Esta

(alt. Estah, Estia, Eastea)

Italian, meaning ‘woman from the west’.

Estelle

(alt. Estela, Estell, Estella)

French, meaning ‘star’.

Esther

(alt. Esta, Ester, Etha, Ethna, Ethne)

Persian, meaning ‘star’.

Etana

(alt. Etanah, Etanna, Ethania)

Hebrew, meaning ‘strong woman’.

Etenia

(alt. Eteniah, Etenea, Eteniya)

Native American, meaning ‘prosperous’.

Eternity

Latin, meaning ‘forever’.

Ethel

(alt. Ethyl)

English, meaning ‘noble’.

Etta

(alt. Etter, Ettie)

Shortened form of Henrietta, meaning ‘ruler of the house’.

Eudora

Greek, meaning ‘generous gift’.

Eugenia

(alt. Eugenie)

Greek, meaning ‘wellborn’.

Eulalia

(alt. Eula, Eulah, Eulalie)

Greek, meaning ‘sweet-speaking’.

Eunice

Greek, meaning ‘victorious’.

Euphemia

Greek, meaning ‘ favourable speech’.

Eva

Hebrew, meaning ‘life’.

Evadne

Greek, meaning ‘pleasing one’.

Evangeline

(alt. Evangelina)

Greek, meaning ‘good news’.

Evanthe

Greek, meaning ‘good flower’.

Eve

(alt. Evie)

Hebrew, meaning ‘life’.

Evelina

(alt. Evelia)

German, meaning ‘hazelnut’.

Evelyn

(alt. Evalyn, Evelin, Eveline, Evelyne)

German, meaning ‘hazelnut’.

Everly

(alt. Everleigh, Everley)

English, meaning ‘grazing meadow’.

Evette

French, meaning ‘yew wood’.

Evonne

(alt. Evon)

French, meaning ‘yew wood’.

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