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What does Eleana mean?

Eleana Pronunciation of Eleana as a name for girls is of Hebrew origin, and Eleana means "my God has answered; tree". Eleana is a variant form of Eliana (Hebrew). Eleana is also a form of Ilana (Hebrew).




VARIANTS Ilianna, Iliana, Ileanna, Ileana, Ilania, Elyana, Elliana, Elianna, Eleanna, Elana

OTHER FORMS VIA ELIANA, ILANA Elanit, Elia, Elian, Eliane, Elianne, Eline, Ilane



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How popular is Eleana?

Eleana is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Eleana is an equally unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Eliana (#93 IN RECENT RANKINGS), Elliana (#250), Elianna (#576), Iliana (#849), Elia (#1245), Elana (#1517), Elyana (#1991), Ilana and Ileana are the popular related forms of Eleana (OUTSIDE TOP 2000). Adoption of these relations of Eleana is at its apex presently (ADOPTION OF 0.4%). Eliana, Elliana, Elianna and Iliana are four of the more fashionable birth names in this list. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2016)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Elana, Elia, Eliana, Elianna, Elliana in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Elyana, Ilana, Ileana, Iliana in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Eleana and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Eleana is pronounced similarly to Alaina, Alana, Alanah, Alani, Alayna, Alenah, Aliena, Alina, Allona, Allyna, Eilena, Elaini, Elayna, Eleena, Elena, Ellina, Elona, Ewelina, Ilena, Illeanna, Ilona, Iolana, Oliana, Olianna and Yelena. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Aldana, Arleana, Breana, Cleona, Deana, Edana, Eileen, Eileene, Eilene, Elaene, Elaine, Elane, Elata, Elayne, Eleanor, Elease, Eleisa, Elen, Eleora, Elesha, Eletta, Elkana, Elkanah, Ellaine, Ellamae, Ellamay, Ellan, Ellayne, Ellen, Ellene, Ellin, Ellon, Elma, Elmeena (see Elmina), Elmena, Elmina, Elna, Elon, Elzeena, Elzina, Erena, Etana, Evana, Flana, Ilean, Ileane, Jeana, Leana, Meleana and Oceana. These names tend to be more frequently used than Eleana.

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