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Girl Names Starting with Ell-

Ell- baby names and what they mean, with 39 results. Ell- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its most widespread in 2015 (adoption of 1.2%), except for names such as Ellen which have become less stylish. The most fashionable girl names in this list are Ella (#18), Elle (#398), Elliana (#302), Ellie (#47) and Ellis (#962), while Elleby (top 50%) and Ellett (9%) are popular Ell- last names.

Ell- names

Ella - Ellga | Elli - Ellura

Ella - Ellga

Elvira and variantsElla1, Ellvira
Forms of Elvira. Derived fr. Old German word. "Truly foreign." Ellvila and Ellvina are creative forms.

Eleanor and variantsElla2, Elladine1, Elle1, Elleanor, Elleanora1, Ellene1, Ellen1, Ellenor1, Ellenora1, Ellenore, Elleonor, Ellie1, Elli1, Ellin1, Elliner1, Ellinor1, Ellinore, Ellyn1, Elly1
Forms of Eleanor. Stems fr. Old French, Old German elements. "Other, foreign." Elley is also a moderately popular kid's name.

Ella and variantsElla3, var. Elladine2, Elle2, Ellee1, Ellesse, Elletta1, Elli2, Ellette1, Ellia, Ellie2, Ellina1, Elly2
Derivative of Old German. "Other, foreign." Ella (compare Esola, Olla) is a common -la suffix surname.

Helen and variantsElla4, Elladine3, Elleanora2, Elle3, Ellee2, Ellenora2, Ellen2, Ellette2, Ellie3, Ellin2, Elliner2, Elly3, Ellinor2, Ellyn2
Var. of Helen. Origin fr. Greek element. "Sun ray." Usage of Ella, Ellinor, etc. as children's names in 2015 was 2.8% more than a year ago.

Var. of Cinderella. Derivative of French element. "Little ashes." Conventional, with usage of 0.616% for Ella as a children's name in 2015, though lower than 0.638% the year before. See also Eli.

Ellamae and variantsEllamae, var. Ellamay
Blend of Ella and May. Ellamae is prevalent as a children's name among these versions.

Var. of Elba. .. Also a place name. Uncommon. Ellba, similar to Elba, ends with the androgynous-sounding -ba. See also Ellma.

Elizabeth and variantsElle4, Ellie4, Ellissa, Elliza, Ellsa, Ellsee, Ellse, Ellsey, Ellsi, Ellspet, Ellyse, Ellyza, Ellyssa
Forms of Elizabeth. Based on Hebrew element. "God is my oath." Ellissa, Elliza, Ellsa, Ellse and Ellsee are more uncommon as baby names among the versions of Elizabeth.

Elaine and variantsElle5, Elliana, Ellie5, Ellaine, Ellane, Ellayne
Var. of Elaine. Origin fr. Greek language. "Sun ray." Usage of Elle, Ellaine, etc. as birth names in 2015 was up a lot compared to 2005.

Ellectra, Ellektra
Var. of Electra. Stems fr. Greek. "Brilliant." Unique, with the favored feminine -ra suffix for Ellectra, Ellektra, like Ellmera.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ell- names: Ella, Ellamae, Elle, Ellen, Ellena

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ell- names: Ellene, Elli, Elliana, Ellie, Elly, Ellyn

Aileen and variantsElleen1, Ellene2
Var. of Aileen. Stems fr. Norman word. Scottish variant of Eileen, which possibly .. Elleen and variants grew in popularity during 1920-1929.

Ellen and variantsEllen3, var. Ella6, Ellan, Elle6, Elleen2, Ellena1, Ellie6, Ellene3, Ellin3, Ellina2, Ellon, Elly4, Ellyn3
Origin fr. Greek language. "Sun ray." Ella (upper 49%), Ellen (14%), Ellena (32%), Ellie (58%) and Ellin (36%) exist frequently as last names.

Form of Alexandra. From Greek. "Man's defender." A slightly untypical birth name, Ellena is used more often as a surname. See also Elina.

Variant spelling of Eleanor, the result .. Not that common as a baby name. See also Elanor.

Elleora, Elliora
Forms of Eliora. From Hebrew element. "God is my light." Elleora and Elliora are seldom used as birth names.

From Old English. "Alder tree." Unusual, with the unconventional androgynous-sounding -ee suffix, like Eulalee.

Elletta2, Ellette3
Forms of Aleta. Derived fr. Greek element. "Footloose." Rare, with the androgynous -te suffix for Ellette, like Eyvette.

Var. of Elfrida. Based on Latin, Old English words. "Elf, magical being strength." Ellfreda is uncommon as a baby name. See also Elfreeda.

Ellfreda2, Ellfredah, Ellfredda, Ellfreeda, Ellfrida, Ellfryda, Ellfrieda, Ellfrydah
Var. of Alfreda. Origin fr. Old German, Old English elements. "Elf or magical counsel." Not in Top 2000.

Form of Elga. Derived fr. Slavic word. "Holy, sacred." Rare, with the unusual feminine-sounding -ga ending for Ellga, like Elga. See also Elssa.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ell- names for girls.

1. Ella - Ellga
Elvira [Ella, Ellvira], Eleanor [Elly, Elli, Ellie, Ellyn, Ellin, Ellinor, Elliner, Ellinore, ..], Ella [Elli, Elly, Ellia, Ellie, Ellina, Ellesse, Ellette, Elletta, ..], Helen [Elly, Ellyn, Ellie, Ellin, Ellette, Elliner, Ellinor, Ellenora, ..], Cinderella [Ella], Ellamae [Ellamay], Elba [Ellba], Elizabeth [Ellsi, Ellse, Ellsey, Ellyse, Ellsee, Ellyza, Ellspet, Ellyssa, ..], Elaine [Elle, Ellie, Ellane, Elliana, Ellaine, Ellayne], Electra [Ellectra, Ellektra], Aileen [Elleen, Ellene], Ellen [Elly, Ellie, Ellin, Ellon, Ellyn, Ellena, Ellina, Ellene, ..], Alexandra [Ellena], Ellenor, Eliora [Elleora, Elliora], Elleree, Aleta [Elletta, Ellette], Elfrida [Ellfreda], Alfreda [Ellfreda, Ellfrida, Ellfryda, Ellfredah, Ellfredda, Ellfreeda, Ellfrydah, Ellfrieda], Elga [Ellga]

Elli, Alice [Elli, Ellie, Ellsa, Ellissa], Ailbhe [Elli], Eliana [Elliana], Ellie [Elly, Elle, Ellee], Eloise [Ellie], Ellis [Ellice, Ellyce], Elisha [Ellisha], Elissa [Ellissa], Elise [Ellyse, Ellissa], Elita [Ellita], Elke [Ellke], Wilhelmina [Ellma], Elma [Ellma], Elmira [Ellmera, Ellmeria, Ellmeera], Almera [Ellmera, Ellmeria], Ilona [Ellona], Ilse [Ellsa], Alura [Ellura]

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