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.
Earlham, means "earl's village". A name for newborns that is not predominantly used.
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.
Eberhard, var. Ebbe, Eber, Evert, Ebert, Eberdt, Evrard, Evreux, Eberado, Everard, Everhardt, .. 1 more, means "brave, strong boar". Not generally used as a baby name, Eberhard occurs more often as a last name. The form Evert is commonplace as a variation of Eberhard.
Ebisu. A given name that is rarely used.
Eckhard, var. Eckard, Eckardt, Ekkehard, Eckhardt, Ekkehardt, means "brave edge or point". Eckhard is an unconventional masculine name, appearing commonly (Top 43%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Edbert, means "wealthy, bright". Not regularly used as a birth name. See also Elbert.
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.
Edmar, means "wealthy sea". A birth name that is seldom used. See also Edgar.
Edmund▼, var. Ed▼, Eddy, Eddie▼, Edmon, Eamon, Edmwnd, Eamonn, Eumann, Edmond, Edmundo, .. 4 more, means "wealthy protector". Usage of the names Edmund, Eddie and Ed as baby names has decreased over time since 1880-1889. The forms Teddy, Edmundo and Eddie are commonplace as variations of Edmund.
Edom, means "red". Not extensively used as a given name for boys. See also Eden.