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Boy Names Starting with Ea-

Ea- baby names and what they mean, with 26 results. Ea- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity a century ago (USAGE OF 0.92%) and are now much less common (USAGE 0.32%, 64.7%), with names like Earle falling out of fashion. Easton (#66) and Ean (#1024) are two of the more trendy birth names among these, while Eads (TOP 2%) and Eastin (10%) are popular Ea- last names.

Ea- names

Eachann - Early | Earnest - Eaton

Eachann - Early

Eachann, var. Eachtar, Eachan
Root fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Horse brown." Uncommon. Compare Eachann and common -nn surnames Eichmann (TOP 20%), Eickmann (82%).

Eadward, Eadbhard
Var. of Edward. Source fr. Old English word. "Wealthy guard." Eadbhard and Eadward are not Top 2000 names.

Eadin, Eaden
Var. of Eden. Origin fr. Hebrew. "Place of pleasure." Eaden and Eadin are seldom used as boys' names.

Eadger, Eadgar
Forms of Edgar. From Old English word. "Wealthy spear." Eadgar and Eadger were not among 2016's Top names.

Edmund and variants

Eamonn1, Eamon1, Eadmund
Forms of Edmund. From Old English word. "Wealthy protector." Sparing use, with usage of 0.01% for Eadmund and variants as boys' names in 2016, higher than 0.007% a year ago.

Var. of Edwin. Stems fr. Old English language. "Wealthy friend." Eadwinn is not in the Top 2000. See also Eadin.

Eagen, Eagan
Var. of Egan. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Fire." Eagon, Eager are common surnames.

Bird name .. Eagle is uncommon as a baby name. See also Earle.

Var. of Aldred. Origin fr. Old English language. "Old counsel." Not Top 2000 name.

Eamon2, var. Eamonn2, Eamann, Eaman, Eames
Based on Irish, Gaelic language. "Wealthy protector." Usage of Eamann and forms grew in 2016.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ea- names: Eamon, Ean, Earl, Earle, Earley

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ea- names: Earlie, Early


Var. of John. Source fr. Hebrew word. "God is gracious." Ean is a Top 2000 baby name. See also Man.

Eann1, Ean2
Var. of Ian. Based on Scottish, Gaelic languages. "God is gracious." Ean and Eann became less popular last year, dropping on average -24 positions as boys' names with Ean leading the decline.

Var. of Eoin. Based on Irish, Gaelic, Hebrew words. "God is gracious." A familiar children's name (#1024 IN CURRENT LIST), Ean is also used frequently as a surname. See also Enne.

Eann2, Ean4
Forms of Eion. Root fr. Irish, Hebrew elements. "God is gracious." Ean has gained in prominence since 1880-1889.

Var. of Henry. From Old German element. "Home leader." Eanraig is unconventional as a masculine name.

Earl and variants

Earl, var. Early1, Earlie1, Earle
Stems fr. Old English. "Nobleman, warrior, prince." Earl and forms were popular as birth names during 1890-1899 and are now less popular, with Earl becoming somewhat dated.

Derivative of Old English language. "Earl's land." Rare as a children's name, but Earland is comparable to the more conventional Harland. See also Erlend.

Origin fr. Old English language. "Earl's village." Earlham was not a Top birth name in 2016.

Earlston, var. Earlton
Root fr. Old English element. "Earl's settlement." Earlston and Earlton are uncommon as baby names.

Early and variants

Early2, var. Earlie2, Earley
Derived fr. Old English. "Eagle wood." Earley and forms rose in popularity 116 years ago, but now, Early has gone out of style.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ea- names for boys.

1. Eachann - Early
Eachann [Eachan, Eachtar], Edward [Eadward, Eadbhard], Eden [Eadin, Eaden], Edgar [Eadger, Eadgar], Edmund [Eamon, Eamonn, Eadmund], Edwin [Eadwinn], Egan [Eagen, Eagan], Eagle, Aldred [Ealdraed], Eamon [Eaman, Eames, Eamonn, Eamann], John [Ean], Ian [Ean, Eann], Eoin [Ean], Eion [Ean, Eann], Henry [Eanraig], Earl [Early, Earle, Earlie], Earland, Earlham, Earlston [Earlton], Early [Earlie, Earley]

Ernest [Earnest], Irving [Earvin], Earvin, Eastman, Easton, Eaton [Eatton]

Usage comparison for Ea- names