E names, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes


Eamon (pr. ay-mon; Forvo) is an Irish male name, a variant form of Éamonn, the Irish form of Edmund meaning “rich protection” or “wealthy protection” from Old  English elements ead (wealth, fortune, riches) and mund (protection), both deriving from a PIE source.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Éamonn (Irish)
  • Éamon (Irish)
  • Eadmund (Anglo-Saxon)
  • Edmond (French)
  • Edmé (French)
  • Ödön (Hungarian)
  • Edmondo (Italian)
  • Edmao (Limburgish)
  • Edmundo (Portugese Spanish)


Female forms:

  • Edmonda (Italian)
  • Edmonde (French)
  • Edmée (French)


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