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1 E'jaaz Muslim Miracle. Astonishment.. M
2 E'temaad Muslim Variant of E'temad: Faith. Trust.. M
3 E'temad Muslim Faith. Trust.. M
4 Ea Celtic Fire. M
5 Ea Irish Fire. M
6 Eachan Irish Horseman. M
7 Eachann Gaelic Steadfast. M
8 Eachann Greek Steadfast. M
9 Eachann Irish Horse-lover. M

10 Eachthighearn Gaelic Horse lord. M
11 Eadbard Irish Variant of Eadbhard: Rich protector. M
12 Eadbeorht English Wealthy. M
13 Eadbert Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
14 Eadbhard Irish Rich protector. M
15 Eadburt English Wealthy. M
16 Eadelmarr English Noble. M
17 Eaden Hebrew Variant of Eden: Delight. M
18 Eadgar English An Old English name meaning rich or happy (ead), and spear (gar). M
19 Eadgard Anglo-Saxon Lucky spearman. M
20 Eadger English Wealthy spear. M
21 Eadig Anglo-Saxon Blessed. M
22 Eadin Hebrew Variant of Eden: Delight. M
23 Eadlyn Anglo-Saxon Wealthy friend. M
24 Eadmund English Happy defender. An Old English name formed from a compound of ead, meaning rich or happy, and mund, meaning protection. M
25 Eadric English Wealthy ruler. M
26 Eadsele English From Edward's estate. M
27 Eadward Anglo-Saxon Guardian. M
28 Eadward English Wealthy guardian. M
29 Eadwardsone English Son of Edward. M
30 Eadweald English Wealthy ruler. M
31 Eadweard English Wealthy guardian. A compound of eud, meaning rich or happy, and weard, meaning guardian. M
32 Eadwiella English From the old spring. M
33 Eadwine English Wealthy friend. An Old English name compounded from ead, meaning rich or happy, and wine, meaning friend. M
34 Eadwyn Anglo-Saxon Valued. M
35 Eadwyn English Wealthy friend. M
36 Eagan Irish Fiery; forceful. M
37 Eagon Irish Fiery. M
38 Eairrdsidh Scottish Truly brave. M
39 Eairrsidh Scottish Variant of Eairrdsidh: Truly brave. M
40 Ealadhach Gaelic Genius. M
41 Ealahweemah NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning sleep. M
42 Ealaot Wadass NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning earth. M
43 Ealaothek Kaunis NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning birds landing. M
44 Ealdian Anglo-Saxon Live long. M
45 Ealdun English From the elves'valley. M
46 Ealdwode English From the old forest. M
47 Ealhdun English From the elves'valley. M
48 Ealhhard English Brave. M
49 Eallair Scottish Monastery's steward. M
50 Eallard English Brave. M
51 Eallison English Son of Elder. M
52 Ealuvig Gaelic Ruler of the home. M
53 Eaman Gaelic Earnest. M
54 Eames Irish 'Prosperous protector.' Variant of Edmund. M
55 Eamon Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. M
56 Eamon French Variant of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
57 Eamon Gaelic Rich protector. M
58 Eamon Irish Guardian. The Irish form of Edmund. Famous bearer: Irish statesman Eamon Dc Valera; Eamonn Andrews, presenter of the television programme 'This Is Your Life'. M
59 Eamonn French Variant of Edmond: Prosperous protector. A French variant of the Old English name Eadmund, meaning rich or happy, and protection. M
60 Eamonn Gaelic Rich protector. M
61 Eamonn Irish Variant of Eamon: Wealthy protector. M
62 Eanraig Scottish Home ruler. M
63 Eanrin Gaelic Handsome. M
64 Eanruig Scottish Rules the home. M
65 Eapalekthiloom NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning mound of clouds. M
66 Ear Scottish From the east. M
67 Earc Irish Red. M
68 Eardley English English place name and surname. M
69 Eardly English Variant of Eardley: English place name and surname. M
70 Earh Anglo-Saxon Coward. M
71 Earie Scottish From the east. M
72 Earl Anglo-Saxon Chief. M
73 Earl English Nobleman. Based on the English title of Earl. Famous bearer: jazz pianist Earl 'Fatha' Hines;. M
74 Earle Anglo-Saxon Chief. M
75 Earle English Variant of Earl: Noble leader. M
76 Earlie English Variant of Earl: Noble leader. M
77 Early English Variant of Earl: Noble leader. M
78 Earm Anglo-Saxon Wretched. M
79 Earnan Irish Knowing. M
80 Earnest English Variant of Ernest: Earnest. M
81 Earnest German Serious; determined. M
82 Earvin English Friend. Variant of Irving. M
83 Earwin Welsh White river. M
84 Earwine English Friend of the sea. M
85 Earwine Welsh White river. M
86 Earwyn English Friend of the sea. M
87 Easau Muslim Variant of Issa: The Biblical Jesus is the English language equivalent. A Prophet's name.. M
88 Eashan Indian Lord Shiva; Sovereign; A Rudra; Name of Sun M
89 Eashav Indian Special; Gifted M
90 Easter English From the name of the Christian festival, which is based on Eostre, the name of a Germanic spring goddess. Sometimes also used as a variant of Esther. M
91 Easton English From East town. Surname. M
92 Easwar Indian The Lord M
93 Easwaran Indian God M
94 Eaton English From the riverside village. M
95 Eatton English Variant of Eaton: River town. M
96 Eatun English From the riverside village. M
97 Eawart English Shepherd. M
98 Ebal Biblical Ancient heaps. M
99 Eban Hebrew Variant of Eben: Stone. M
100 Ebbaneza Hebrew Variant of Ebenezer: Rock that helps. Ebeneezer Scrooge was the main character of Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol'. M