Endellion is a Cornish female name, the Cornish form of Endelienta which seems to be the Latinized form of a Celtic name of unknown meaning, Cenheidlon or Cynheiddon. It’s been linked to intensifying prefix ande- and Cornish luen “full”. Origin: Celtic Variants: Endelyn (Cornish) Endelient (Cornish) Endelyon (Cornish) Endelienta Endellienta  


Evangeline is a female given name meaning “good news” derived from Latin evangelium derived from Ancient Greek euángelos (bringing good news) composed from eu (good, well) and angelos (messenger), both deriving from a PIE root source. Nicknames: Eva, Evangie, Leen, Lina Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Evangelina (Spanish, English) Evangelia (Greek) Evangeliya (Bulgarian) Evangelija (Macedonian) Vangelija (Macedonian) Évangéline (French)  


Esperanza is a Spanish female name (and word) meaning “hope” derived from Latin sperare (hope) via PIE *speh₁- (to succeed, to prosper, to turn ot well). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Sperantia (Late Roman) Shprintza (Yiddish) Shprintze (Yiddish) Shprintzel (Yiddish diminutive of Esperanza)  


Ellen is the English medieval form of Helen, the English form of Helene, an Ancient Greek name of uncertain etymology though it’s been linked to Greek helene meaning “torch” or “corposant”, though it could also possibly be linked to Greek selene meaning “moon”. Ellen is also the Dutch short form of Eleonora, a cognate of Eleanor which is the Old French form of…


Elio is the Italian form of Aelius, an Ancient Roman family name of uncertain origin though it may be derived from Greek Helios meaning “sun” derived from PIE *sóh₂wl̥ (sun); in Greek mythology, Helios is the Greek god of the sun. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Aelius (Ancient Roman) Helios   Female forms: Elia (Italian) Aelia (Ancient Roman)  


  Eunjung is a Korean female name with a variety of meanings depending on the hangul used such as: 은 (恩) eun “grace, favor, charity” +정 (廷) jeong “court”; 은 (恩) eun  “grace, favor, charity” +정 (婷) jeong “pretty, graceful”; 은 (慇) eun “careful, attentive; abundance” + 정 (婷) jeong “pretty, graceful” 은 (銀) eun “silver (as in money)” +정 (婷) jeong “pretty, graceful”; 은 (慇) eun “careful, attentive;…


Ethan is a Hebrew male name meaning “enduring, solid, firm, steadfast” from eitan (firm, strong, enduring). Origin: Hebrew Variants: Eitan (Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew) Eytan (Hebrew) Aithan (Biblical Greek) Etan (Hebrew, French, English)  


Esta is a diminutive of Esther, a name of uncertain etymology though it could be related to Persian meaning “star”; Esther has also been linked to Ishtar, the Mesopotamian goddess of love, fertility, and war, though the meaning behind it is unknown. Esta is also a Spanish word meaning “this”. Origin: Persian Variants: Estee (English) Esther (English, French, Spanish, Dutch,…


Egil comes from an Old Norse name, a variant spelling of Egill which comes from Proto-Germanic Agilaz. It derives from Old Norse element ag meaning “edge (of a sword)” or “blade” or agi meaning “awe, terror”, originally used as a short form of names beginning with the name element. In German mythology, Egil (or Agilaz) is the name of a legendary archer in the Völundarkviða,…


Eranthis is the name of a genus of flowering plants in the buttercup family. The name means “spring flower” or “flower of spring” from Ancient Greek elements er/éar (spring) which derives from PIE *wésr̥(spring); and anthos (flower; blossom). Origin: Proto-Indo-European, Ancient Greek  


Ellern is the Middle English form of Old English ellærn meaning “elder tree, elderberry tree”. Origin: Old English Variants: Ellærn (Old English) Ellarn (Old English)  


Edgar is a male given name meaning “wealthy spear” from Old English ead (wealth, fortune, riches) from Proto-Germanic *audaz (wealth, riches); and gar (spear) which comes from Proto-Germanic *gaizaz (spear, spike, javelin) which derives from a PIE root. Edgar is also an English and Scottish surname derived from the given name. Nicknames: Ed, Eddie/Eddy Origin: Proto-Germanic, Proto-Indo-European Variants: Edgard (French) Eadgar (Old English,…


Euphemia is an Ancient Greek female name meaning “to use words of good omen” or “well-spoken” or “to speak well” from Ancient Greek eu (well) derived from from PIE root *h₁es- (to be); and phēmí (to speak) derived from PIE *bʰeh₂- (to speak, say). It was likely used to avoid inauspicious or ill-omened words during religious ceremonies. Nicknames: Effie, Femie/Phemie Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants:…


Ernest is a male given name derived from Old English eornost meaning “serious”, a cognate of Old High German ernust derived from Proto-Germanic *ernustuz (seriousness, earnest) which derives from a PIE root word. The English word earnest derives from the same root word as Ernest, both meaning the same thing. Ernest is also an English and Dutch surname derived from the given name Origin: Proto-Indo-European…


Everardo is the Spanish form of Everard, the anglicized form of Germanic name Eberhard meaning “wild boar” from Germanic elements ebur (boar, wild) from Proto-Germanic *eburaz which derives from a PIE root; and hard (brave, hardy) which comes from Proto-Germanic *harduz (hard, brave) derived from PIE *kret- (strong, powerful). Everardo is also a Spanish surname derived from the given name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European…


Eros is the Greek god of sexual attraction and the son of Aphrodite, goddess of love. He uses arrows that causes those hit by it to fall in love with the first person they see. He himself falls in love with Psyche, a mortal woman whose beauty made even Aphrodite jealous, so much so that she asked her son…


Eleri is a Welsh female name of unknown meaning though I’ve seen several possible meanings attributed to it such as: “very bitter”, “overflowing; more than full”, or it’s possibly a Welsh form of Elerius or Hilarius, an Ancient Roman name meaning “happy, cheerful” from Latin hilaris via Ancient Greek hilarós from hílaos (gracious, merciful; kind, mild, gentle) deriving from a Proto-Indo-European root word….


Emerson comes from an English surname, a patrynomic surname meaning “son of Emery”, Emery being the Norman form of Emmerich, a German name. While the second element of the name comes from ric meaning “power, rule” from Proto-Germanic *rīks (king, ruler) from PIE *h₃rḗǵs (king, ruler) via *h₃reǵ- (to straighten; move in a straight line). The first part of the name is a little more complicated. It…


Eumelia is an Ancient Greek female name meaning “melody” from Greek eumeleia (melody). Origin: Ancient Greek  


Eden is the name of the biblical garden where Adam and Eve came from before being expelled, becoming synonomous with paradise and anyplace that is fertile and utnouched. Although I’ve seen it listed as meaning “place of paradise” from Hebrew, it could perhaps be derived from an older source, Sumerian edin meaning “steppe” or “plain”….