Eachann, var. Eachan, Eachtar, means "horse brown". Unusual, but Eachann is similar to common last names Mchann (upper 64%), Chann (38%), which also end with -hann.
Eagle. Eagle (top 3%), like Eagles (top 16%), Eaglen (52%), is a common Eag- prefix surname. See also Nagle.
Eamon, var. Eames, Eaman, Eamonn, Eamann, means "wealthy protector". Eamon and variants were not among 2014's Top names.
Earl▼, var. Erl, Erle, Errol▼, Early▼, Earle▼, Erryl, Earlie, Erroll, means "nobleman, warrior, prince". Less widespread today. Earl was the variation last listed (2006) in the Top 1000.
Earland, var. Erland, means "earl's land". Unusual as boys' names, but Earland and Erland are similar to the more conventional Harland.
Earlham, means "earl's village". A quirky birth name.
Earlston, var. Earlton, means "earl's settlement". Earlston and Earlton are uncommon as birth names.
Early▼, var. Erly, Erlie, Earlie, Earley, means "eagle wood". Earley (upper 2%) and Early (2%) are found regularly as surnames.
Earvin, means "green, fresh water". Earvin was not among 2014's Top names. See also Garvin.
Eastman, means "man from the East". Eastman is an uncommonly used given name, existing regularly (upper 1%) as a surname. See also Easton.
Easton, means "east settlement". Common, with usage of 0.917% for Easton as a children's name in 2014, higher than 0.912% in 2013. See also Eastman.
Eaton, var. Eton, Eyton, Eatton, means "island settlement". Eaton (top 1%), like Braton (top 46%), Katon (30%), is a common -aton suffix surname.
Eben, var. Eban, Ebbie, means "stone, rock". Eben (cf. Oben, Iben) is a common -ben suffix surname.
Ebenezer, var. Eb, Eben, Ebbie, Ebenzer, Ebenezar, Eveneser, Evenezer, Ebbaneza, Ebeneser, Ebeneezer, means "stone of help". Unusual. Ebeneezer, var., like Pallmer, Fielder, end with the popular masculine-sounding -er.
Eberhard, var. Ebbe, Eber, Evert▼, Ebert, Eberdt, Evrard, Evreux, Eberado, Everard, Everhardt, .. 1 more, means "brave, strong boar". Ebbe, Eberado, Eberdt, Eberhard and Eberhardt are more unusual as forms.
Eberlein, var. Eberle, Eberley, means "small boar". Eberlein (cf. Moeslein, Werlein) is a common -lein suffix last name.
Ebisu. A peculiar children's name.
Eckhard, var. Eckard, Eckardt, Ekkehard, Eckhardt, Ekkehardt, means "brave edge or point". Outside Top 1000.
Ed▼, var. Edd▼. Popular as last names, and Ed (upper 44%), Edd (41%) are similar to common last names Edme (upper 93%), Eda (72%), with the Ed- prefix.
Edan, var. Edin, means "fire". Edan and Edin are rare as children's names.
Edbert, means "wealthy, bright". Edbert is seldom used as a children's name. See also Ecbert.
Eddie▼, var. Eddy▼. Listed in Top 1000.
Edel, var. Edlin, Edelin, means "noble". Edel (upper 16%), Edelin (66%) and Edlin (13%) occur frequently as last names.
Eden, var. Edun, Edin, Edyn, Edon, Ednan, Eadin, Eaden, means "place of pleasure". Eden and variants became more trendy in 2014, gaining +41 positions as birth names with Eden leading the rise.
Eder, means "flock". Eder is not often used as a children's name. See also Ezer.
Edgar▼, var. Ed▼, Eddy▼, Eddie▼, Edgard, Eadger, Eadgar, Edgardo▼, means "wealthy spear". Edgar, Ed, Eddie, Eddy and Edgardo are generally used as versions.
Edison, var. Eddy▼, Edson, Eddison, means "son of Edward". Adoption of Edison, Edson, etc. as baby names in 2014 was down >100% compared to 2004.
Edmar, means "wealthy sea". Edmar is not a Top 1000 name. See also Elmar.
Edmund▼, var. Ed▼, Eddy▼, Eddie▼, Edmon, Eamon, Edmwnd, Eamonn, Eumann, Edmond▼, Edmundo, .. 4 more, means "wealthy protector". Common, with usage of 0.0273% for Edmund and variants as boys' names in 2014, higher than 0.0264% in 2013.
Edom, means "red". Unique. Edom (cf. Abshalom, Avshalom) ends with the favored masculine -om. See also Edun.