Baby Names starting with E for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

Eagle. A name for baby boys that is not usually used, Eagle exists more commonly as a surname. See also Earle.

Earl, var. Erl, Erle, Errol, Early, Earle, Erryl, Earlie, Erroll, means "nobleman, warrior, prince". Earl is a frequently occurring (Top 8%) given name, and it appears often (Top 2%) as a surname in the US Census. The variations Irl and Earlie are generally used as forms of this name.

Earland, var. Erland, means "earl's land". A birth name for boys that is rarely used. See also Marland.

Earlham, means "earl's village". A name for newborns that is not predominantly used.

Earlston, var. Earlton, means "earl's settlement". Not regularly used as a given name.

Early, var. Erly, Erlie, Earlie, Earley, means "eagle wood". Early is unconventional as a masculine name, appearing commonly (Top 2%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Carly.

Earvin, means "green, fresh water". Not generally used as a name for newborns, Earvin occurs more often as a last name. See also Garvin.

Eastman, means "man from the East". A name for newborns that is not predominantly used and is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Easton.

Easton, means "east settlement". The name Easton has increased in popularity over time since 1880-1889. See also Eatton.

Eaton, var. Eton, Eyton, Eatton, means "island settlement". Eaton is an unconventional masculine name, appearing commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Eaden.

Eben, var. Eban, Ebbie, means "stone, rock". Somewhat irregularly used as a name for newborns, Eben occurs more often as a last name. See also Evan.

Eberlein, var. Eberle, Eberley, means "small boar". Eberlein is a unique given name, and it occurs often (Top 31%) as a surname in the US Census.

Ebisu. A given name that is rarely used.

Ed, var. Edd. Ed is a conventional (Top 31%) given name. See also Eddy.

Edan, var. Edin, means "fire". Edan is an unconventional given name. See also Eadin.

Edbert, means "wealthy, bright". Not regularly used as a birth name. See also Elbert.

Eddie, var. Eddy. Eddie has faded in favor as a boys' name over the years since 1940. Also suitable as a girls' name.

Edel, var. Edlin, Edelin, means "noble". Not generally used as a name for newborns, Edel occurs more often as a last name. See also Edsel.

Eden, var. Edun, Edin, Edyn, Edon, Ednan, Eadin, Eaden, means "place of pleasure". Name applicable for both boys and girls. Eden is an unconventional given name, and it appears often (Top 6%) as a surname in the US Census.

Eder, means "flock". Not generally used as a name for newborns, Eder occurs more often as a last name. See also Edel.

Edgar, var. Ed, Eddy, Eddie, Edgard, Eadger, Eadgar, Edgardo, means "wealthy spear". Edgar is a frequently occurring (Top 17%) masculine name, appearing commonly (Top 4%) as a last name according to the US Census. The variations Edgardo and Ed are familiar as variant forms of this name.

Edison, var. Eddy, Edson, Eddison, means "son of Edward". The name Edison has increased in popularity over time since 1880-1889. The form Edson is commonplace as a variation of Edison.

Edmar, means "wealthy sea". A birth name that is seldom used. See also Edgar.

Edom, means "red". Not extensively used as a given name for boys. See also Eden.

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