What does Evaleen mean?
Evaleen [evaleen] as a name for girls is of Norman derivation, and the meaning of Evaleen is "life, animal". Evaleen is an alternate form of Eve (Latin, Hebrew) with the prefix Eva-. Evaleen is also a form of Evelyn (Norman).
Associated with: life.
(female) Evallin, Evalna, ..
(male) Evaleben, Evallein, .. Middle name pairings:
Evaleen Kenia (E.K.), ..
How popular is Evaleen?
Evaleen is an unusual given name for women. Evaleen is an equally unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Below is a graphed analysis of the history of the girl name Evaleen and corresponding names. Prominent variation forms of Evaleen (not ranked) rated in the Top 2000 are Evalina, Evaline, Evalyn (#870 in recent rankings), Evalynn (#1068), Eve (#476), Evelene, Evelin, Eveline, Evelyn (#15), Evelyne, Evelynn (#441), Evelynne and Evlyn. Other forms, like Evleen, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Evaleen reached its peak during 1920-1929 (average #1405) and is somewhat less today (#1451, ▼46.3%), with the form Evelin becoming less fashionable. Evalyn, Eve and Evelynn are three of the more fashionable birth names in this compilation. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Evaleen is pronounced similarly to Avalon, Avalyn▲, Avalynn▲ and Ivalyn. Other recommended names are Aleen, Alleen, Arleen▼, Ashleen, Avalee, Ayleen▲, Caleen, Callen, Careen, Carleen, Cataleen, Charleen, Coleen▼, Colleen▼, Dareen, Darleen, Eaden, Earleen, Eileen▼, Eileene, Eilleen, Eleen, Eleena, Elen, Elleen, Ellen▼, Emalee, Emaleen, Emalene, Emalie, Emelen, Emilee, Etheleen, Evadne, Evadney, Evan, Evanne, Fallen, Galen, Heleen, Ireleen, Ivoreen, Jaeleen, Jakleen, Janeen, Jilleen, Juleen, Kaleen, Kalen, Karaleen, Kareen, Karleen, Kelleen, Kyleen, Mareen, Marleen, Mayleen, Myleen, Myrleen (see Merle), Nataleen, Oleen, Pearleen, Rayleen, Rosaleen, Sareen, Shareen, Sharleen, Shayleen, Taleen, Yosleen and Zareen. These names tend to be more frequently used than Evaleen.See names in meaning and etymology.