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6 Eager names and what they mean, for eager for baby boys, listing 1-6. Here is the list of Eager names for girls.
Ardell Possibly from Latin meaning "eager, burning with enthusiasm".
Emil .. (Latin) "Eager." ..
Emiliano .. (Spanish, Italian, Latin) "Eager." ..
Harvey .. (Old English, Old French) "Eager for battle." ..
Milan .. Usage in European languages is derived from Emiliano, a Latin family name from ancient Rome meaning "eager, laborious" or "rival" ..
Miles Possibly (Latin) "soldier", (Old German) "merciful", or variant of Emil (Latin) "eager to please" ..
Emil, Harvey, Milan and Miles are commonly used names, while Ardell and Emiliano are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)Suggested words: ardent, desiring, dying, energetic, enthusiastic, lively, passionate, quick, spirited, zealous.
Agapito .. Spanish name from the Greek word "agape" ..
Cassius .. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar depicts Caius Cassius as politically ambitious ..
Arden .. Also possibly "ardent, enthusiastic" ..
Konnor () "Desiring." ..
Abel .. According to the Christian Church, he is a pre-Christian martyr and is invoked as a saint in the litany for the dying ..
Algernon .. Oscar Wilde used it for a brainless fop in "The Importance of Being Earnest" ..
Emmet .. Also possibly derived from Old German meaning "energetic, powerful", or from Old English meaning "an ant" ..
Albert .. The name was revived in the 19th century mainly in honor of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, consort of Queen Victoria, who was noted for his enthusiastic support of the application of science to the modern industrial age ..
Alexander .. History describes him as a man of high physical courage, impulsive energy, and fervid imagination ..
Janus .. He had two faces, one of which looked forward and the other backward, and gave his name to the first month of the year, January ..
Elpidos .. (Greek) "Hoping."
Gaston .. Gascony is a region in the south of France whose inhabitants are reputed to be hot-tempered ..
Einion .. Einion Yrth "the Impetuous" (fifth century) was the son of Cunedda, a king in the north of Britain.
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