Baby Names starting with E for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

Eachann, var. Eachan, Eachtar, means "horse brown". Eachann is an unusual given name.

Eagle. Unique as a given name, occurring more commonly as a last name. See also Earle.

Eamon, var. Eames, Eaman, Eamonn, Eamann, means "wealthy protector". Eamon is unusual as a men's name. See also Jamon.

Earl, var. Erl, Erle, Errol, Early, Earle, Erryl, Earlie, Erroll, means "nobleman, warrior, prince". A moderately uncommon birth name for males, existing more conventionally as a surname. The variations Rollo and Early are commonly used as variant forms of Earl.

Earland, var. Erland, means "earl's land". Scarcely used as a given name for boys. See also Harland.

Earlham, means "earl's village". A unique given name.

Earlston, var. Earlton, means "earl's settlement". Seldom used as a given name.

Early, var. Erly, Erlie, Earlie, Earley, means "eagle wood". Early has trended downward in popularity as a boys' name over time since 1890-1899. The form Earlie is commonly used as a variation of Early.

Earvin, means "green, fresh water". Unique as a given name, existing more frequently as a surname. See also Garvin.

Eastman, means "man from the East". Unique as a boys' name, Eastman is found more frequently as a surname. See also Easton.

Easton, means "east settlement". The name Easton has increased in popularity as a name for baby boys over the years. See also Elston.

Eaton, var. Eton, Eyton, Eatton, means "island settlement". Unique as a name for baby boys, existing more commonly as a last name. See also Etan.

Eben, var. Eban, Ebbie, means "stone, rock". Slightly uncommon as a given name for baby boys, Eben exists more conventionally as a last name. See also Evyn.

Ebenezer, var. Eb, Eben, Ebbie, Ebenzer, Ebenezar, Eveneser, Evenezer, Ebbaneza, Ebeneser, Ebeneezer, means "stone of help". A unique given name. The variation Eben is familiar as a variant form of the name.

Eberhard, var. Ebbe, Eber, Evert, Ebert, Eberdt, Evrard, Evreux, Eberado, Everard, Everhardt, .. 1 more, means "brave, strong boar". Eberhard is atypical as a given name, and it appears often (Top 15%) as a surname in the US Census. The variation Evert is generally used as a form of this name.

Eberlein, var. Eberle, Eberley, means "small boar". Eberlein is a scantly used men's name, and it appears often (Top 31%) as a surname in the US Census.

Ebisu. A scarce name for boys.

Eckhard, var. Eckard, Eckardt, Ekkehard, Eckhardt, Ekkehardt, means "brave edge or point". Scarce as a name for kids, Eckhard is found more often as a last name.

Ed, var. Edd. Usage of Ed and Edd as given names has trended downward over time. The variation Edd is popular as a form of Ed.

Edan, var. Edin, means "fire". A rare name for kids. See also Evan.

Edbert, means "wealthy, bright". Seldom used as a name for baby boys. See also Egbert.

Eddie, var. Eddy. Unisex name. Eddie and Eddy have faded in popularity as names for boys over the years since 1940. The form Eddy is familiar as a version of Eddie.

Edel, var. Edlin, Edelin, means "noble". Seldom used as a birth name, Edel is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Eder.

Eden, var. Edun, Edin, Edyn, Edon, Ednan, Eadin, Eaden, means "place of pleasure". Name applicable for both men and women. Common choice for a birth name (#601 the previous year), Eden is also used often as a surname.

Eder, means "flock". Unique as a name for children, existing more commonly as a last name. See also Ender.

Edgar, var. Ed, Eddy, Eddie, Edgard, Eadger, Eadgar, Edgardo, means "wealthy spear". Usage of Edgar, Ted, Ned, Edgardo, Eddy, Eddie and Ed as birth names has trended downward over the years. The forms Ted and Eddy are generally used as versions of Edgar.

Edison, var. Eddy, Edson, Eddison, means "son of Edward". The name Edison has risen in popularity as a name for babies over time. The variation Edson is common as a form of Edison.

Edmar, means "wealthy sea". Unique as a birth name for boys. See also Edgar.

Edmund, var. Ed, Eddy, Eddie, Edmon, Eamon, Edmwnd, Eamonn, Eumann, Edmond, Edmundo, .. 4 more, means "wealthy protector". Usage of Edmund, Teddy, Ted, Ned, Edmond, Eddy, Eddie and Ed as given names for baby boys has trended downward over the years. The variations Teddy, Edmundo and Eddie are generally used as variant forms of Edmund.

Edom, means "red". Seldom used as a birth name. See also Edyn.

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