What does Evaline mean?
Evaline [eva-line] as a name for girls is of Hebrew and Norman derivation, and Evaline means "life, animal". Evaline is an alternate form of Eva (Hebrew): Latinate variation of Eve. Evaline is also a derivative of Evelyn (Norman).
Associated with: life.
(female) Ealine, Evalinia, ..
(male) Evalian, Evaliel, .. Middle name pairings:
Evaline Emmy (E.E.), ..
How popular is Evaline?
Evaline is an unusual first name for women. Evaline is also an uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Evaline reached its top rank of #760 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not ranked at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Eva (#75 via latest list), Evalina, Evalyn (#870), Evalynn (#1068), Evelene, Evelin, Evelina (#1346), Eveline, Evelyn (#15), Evelyne, Evelynn (#441), Evelynne, Evie (#513) and Evlyn are the popular alternative forms of Evaline. Other variants, like Evline, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Evaline was at its peak in the 1910s (median #1237) and is somewhat lower today (#1355, ▼34.9%), with the form Evelin becoming less stylish. Evalyn, Evelynn and Evie are three of the more trendy girl names among these.
Evaline is alike in pronunciation to Avalon, Avalyn▲, Avalynn▲ and Ivalyn. Other recommended names are Abalene, Adaline▲, Alline, Amaline, Caraline, Cauline, Charline, Clarine, Colline, Coraline▲, Daline, Deline, Delline, Eadie, Earlie, Earline▼, Edeline, Edwine, Elain, Elaina▲, Elaine▼, Elayne, Elice, Elin, Eline, Elined, Ellaine, Ellina, Elliner, Emalene, Emali, Emalie, Emaline, Embline, Emelie, Emeline, Emiline, Emmalene, Emmaline▲, Emmiline, Erlene, Erline, Ermine, Ernaline, Ethlin, Evadne, Evania, Evanne, Faline, Fayline, Jaline, Kalaine, Karline, Lurline, Marine, Meline, Myrline, Nanine, Opaline, Paine, Perline, Rolline, Rosaline, Rozaline, Sabine, Sarine, Savine, Shalaine, Shalane, Yosline and Zoeline. These names tend to be more frequently used than Evaline.See names in meaning and etymology.