Spanish Baby Names And Meaning-Girls-E



Spanish Baby Names And Meaning-Girls-E



Spanish Baby Names And Meaning-Girls

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Spanish Baby Names And Meaning- Girls-E


Spanish Baby Names And Meaning-Girls-E Gender Meaning
Ealasaid Girl Ealasaid is a Scottish variant of Elizabeth. Elizabeth originates in Hebrew language and means "promise of God". Elizabeth has been one of the most popular feminine given names over centuries and in various languages and various spellings it has almost a hundred different forms. In the Bible, Elizabeth was the mother of John Baptist and the wife of Zacharias. It was also popularized by Elizabeth I, the Virgin Queen of England, and Elizabeth II, current Queen of the Commonwealth realms
Earlene Girl Earlene originates in Old English language and means "noble woman". It is a feminine form of Earl, which was taken from a title of nobility similar to a Count
Easter Girl Easter originates in English language and is taken from the name of the Christian feast, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As a feminine name it used to be given to girls born at Easter but nowadays its usage is rather rare
Ebony Girl Ebony originates in English language and is taken from the name of very dense black wood, with smooth texture, usually used to make musical instruments. It was popularized in Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder's 1982 single Ebony and Ivory
Echo Girl Echo originates in Greek language and means "woman of sound". In Greek mythology, Echo was a mountain nymph who was in love with her voice and could sing and play many musical instruments. Derived from that, echo is a reflection of sound in acoustics. As a feminine given name it is rather rare in the United States
Edda Girl Edda is a diminutive of Hedwig. Hedwig originates in Germanic languages and means "fighting a battle". It was the name of several saints throughout history and it was also popular among royalty. Hedwig was also the name of Harry Potter's owl. As a feminine given name it is rather rare and considered old-fashioned in the United States
Edit Girl Edit is a Swedish and Hungarian variant of Edith. Edith originates in Old English language and means "fighting to be rich". Edith has always been a popular name within royalty, and it is also the name of several saints. It was popularized by the famous French singer and icon, Edith Piaf
Edite Girl Edite is a Portuguese variant of Edith. Edith originates in Old English language and means "fighting to be rich". Edith has always been a popular name within royalty, and it is also the name of several saints. It was popularized by the famous French singer and icon, Edith Piaf
Edmonda Girl Edmonda originates in Old English language and means "rich guardian". It is most likely a feminine of Edmund. In the United States it is very rare as a feminine given name
Edmonia Girl Edmonia is a variant of Edmonda. Edmonda originates in Old English language and means "rich guardian". It is most likely a feminine of Edmund. In the United States it is very rare as a feminine given name
Edrie Girl Edrie originates in Old English language and means "wealthy monarch". It is a feminine form of Edric. Nowadays, it is a very rare feminine given name in the United States.
Edwina Girl Edwina originates in Old English language and means "wealthy companion". It is a feminine form of Edwin. As a feminine given name it is very rare in the United States




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