E names, Emotion/Feelings, Female, Japanese, Love/Beloved, Male, Nature, Surname names, Turkish, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Eren

Eren is a Turkish unisex name, as well as a surname, meaning "saint". Eren is also a Japanese female name, likely influenced by the name Ellen with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: e 愛 "love, affection" + ren 恋 "attach; love; yearning, longing; romance" (愛恋); e 依 "rely on; depend" + ren 蓮 "lotus" (依蓮); e 栄 "flourish; prosper" + ren 恋 "attach;… Continue reading Eren

Ancient Greek, Brown, Color, E names, Female, Greek mythology, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Nymphs, Orange, Virtues/Attributes, Yellow

Elektra

Elektra is an Ancient Greek female name which comes from Ancient Greek elektron meaning "amber" which seems to be derived from an uncertain origin. I've also seen it listed as meaning "shining, bright" but I can't say how accurate that is. In Greek mythology, Elektra is the name of the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra who helped her brother Orestes avenge… Continue reading Elektra

Arthurian legends & myths, E names, Female, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Enid

Enid is the name of a character in the Arthurian Romance, the wife of Geraint (Erec in some sources). It derives from Welsh enaid meaning "soul" which comes from Middle Welsh eneit (spirit, life) derived from a PIE root word meaning "to breathe". Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Enide (English) Enida (English) Enyde (English) Enyda (English) Ened (English) Enit (English)… Continue reading Enid

E names, Elements, Female, Proto-Indo-European, Sky/Heavens, Virtues/Attributes, Wind/Air, Word names

Eteri

Eteri is a Georgian female name meaning "(a)ether, air", and eteri is also a Catalan and Italian word meaning "ether" which comes from Latin aether (upper, pure bright air; the heavens; the upper world) via Ancient Greek aither (heaven; aether) derived from PIE root word *h₂eydʰ- (to ignite; fire). The Eteriani (the tale of Eteri) is a medieval Georgian folk romance based… Continue reading Eteri

E names, Female, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Epiphany

Epiphany refers to a Christian holiday that celebrates the physical manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles; it can also be used to refer to a manifestation or appearance of a deity or divine being, or could be used to describe a sudden realization or discovery into something, either personal, religious, scientific, or philosophic. The name itself comes… Continue reading Epiphany

Ancient Greek, E names, Earth, Elements, Female, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Word names

Emery

Emery comes from an English surname, the Norman form of Emmerich, a Germanic male name. While the second element of the name comes from ric meaning “power, rule”, the first part of the name is a little more complicated. It could be from Germanic ermen meaning “whole, universal”, amal “work, labor” (which would make it a variant of Amalric), or heim “home”. Emery… Continue reading Emery

E names, Female, Greek mythology, Mythology, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Eucleia

Eucleia is the daimon, or personification, of good repute and glory in Greek mythology who, along with her sisters Eupheme (acclaim), Eutheia (prosperity), and Philophrosyne (welcome) were probably known as the younger Kharites (Graces). In Greek vase paintings, Eucleia was often depicted among the attendants of Aphrodite, representing the good repute of a chaste bride. Her… Continue reading Eucleia

E names, Female, Male, Nickname names, Proto-Indo-European, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

Esmé, Esmée

Esmé(e) comes from Old French meaning "esteemed, beloved". It was originally a masculine name which seems to have first been used by Scottish noble Esmé Stewart, Duke of Lennox (1542-1583) whose mother was French. It has sometimes been confused with French Aimé(e) meaning "to love, like". Although Esmé was originally used as a male name, with Esmée… Continue reading Esmé, Esmée