EARL m English|
EDWARD m English, Polish
From the aristocratic title, which derives from Old English eorl meaning "nobleman or warrior".
Variants: - /
Nicknames: none known
ELEANOR f English
French form of the Proven¨al name Alienor, which is most likely a Germanic name of unknown meaning, though it is possibly a form of HELEN. This name was borne by Eleanor of Aquitaine (12th century), the wife of both Louis VII, the king of France, and Henry II, the king of England
Variants: - EDOARDO-Italian/ ÉDOUARD-French / EDUARD-German / EDUARDA-Portugese / EDVARD-Scandinavian, Hungarian, Russian, Slovene /
Nicknames: Ed, Eddie, Eddy, Ned, Ted, Teddy
Pronounced: EL-en-or, EL-en-ore
EUGENE m English
Means "rich guard", derived from the Old English elements ead "rich, blessed" and weard "guard".
Variants: - ELLI, ELEONOORA-Finnish/ ELINOR, ELENORA, ELEANORE, ELENORA, ELENIOR, ELENOR-English / ELEONORE-German / ELEONORA-Italian / ELÉONORE-French /
Nicknames: Elaine, Ellen, Ellie, Lanna, Lenora, Nelly, Nora
Pronounced: YOO-jeen, YOU-gene
From the Greek name Eugenios which was derived from the Greek word eugenes, meaning "well born", composed of the elements eu "good, well" and genes "born".
Variants: - EUGÊNIO-Portuguese / EUGEN-German, Romanian / EUGÈNE-French / EUGENIO-Italian, Spanish / Feminine forms:
EUGENIA-Porgugese / EUGENIA-Italian, Spanish, Romanian, English / EUGÈNIE-French /