Hilary Spence's 7000 Baby Names. Classic and Modern PDF
By Hilary Spence
The enjoyable of naming your child. prior to you dedicate your baby to a reputation for all times, flick thru this e-book. dinner party your mind's eye on an unlimited variety of decisions from the modern to the normal, and from the preferred to the subtle. You by no means observed such a lot of how one can christen your child with kind and suitability. significant names, musical names, mystical names - they're all during this booklet.
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Feminine of Edmund (Edmunda) Edna (Hebrew) 'Rejuvenation'. One who knows the secret of eternal youth (Ed, Eddie, Edny) Edra (Hebrew) 'Mighty' Edrea (Anglo-Saxon) 'Powerful and prosperous'. Feminine of Edric (Eadrea) see also Andrea Edwardina (Anglo-Saxon) 'Rich guardian'. Feminine of Edward Edwina (Anglo-Saxon) 'Rich friend' (Eadwina, Eadwine, Edina, Edwine, Win, Wina, Winnie) Edythe see Edith Effie (Greek) 'Famous beauty' Effy see Euphemia Efrat (Hebrew) 'Honoured' (Efrata) Egberta (Anglo-Saxon) 'Bright, shining sword'.
Feminine of Eldred (Aeldrida) see also Eldreda Eleanor (French) A medieval form of Helen (Eleanora, Eleanore, Elinor, Elinora, Elinore, Eleonor, Eleonora, Eleonore, Ellie, Lenora, Leonora, Nora) Electra (Greek) 'Brilliant one' Elefteria (Greek) 'Freedom' Eleta (Spanish) 'Astonished' Eleuneria (Greek) Daughter of Jupiter and Juno Elfrida see Alfreda Elga (Slav) 'Consecrated' (Olga) see also Alfreda Elicia see Elysia Elinel (Celtic) 'Shapely' Eliora (Hebrew) 'God is my light' (Eleora) Elisa see Alice or Elizabeth Elisabeth see Elizabeth Elise see Elizabeth or Elysia Elita (Old French) 'Chosen' see also Melita Eliza see Elizabeth Elizabeth (Hebrew) 'Consecrated to God' (Bess, Bessie, Bessy, Beth, Betina, Betsy, Betta, Bette, Betty, Elisa, Elisabeth, Elise, Elissa, Eliza, Ellissa, Eloise, Elsa, Elsbeth, Else, Elsie, Elspeth, Elysa, Elyse, Helsa, Ilse, Libb, Libby, Lisa, Lisbeth, Liza, Lizabeta, Lizbeth, Lizzy) see also Elsa or Isabel Elkana (Hebrew) 'God has acquired' Ella (Teutonic) 'Beautiful fairy maiden'.
From Elysium (Elicia, Elise) Emanuela (Hebrew) 'God is with you' Embla (Scandinavian) The first woman in Norse mythology Emeline see Amelia or Emma Emer (Irish) 'Gifted' Emerald (French) 'The bright green jewel' (Emerande, Emerant, Eneraude, Esme, Esmeralda, Esmeralde) Emily (Teutonic) 'Hard-working' Emina (Latin) 'Highly born maiden'. Daughter of a noble house Emma (Teutonic) 'One who heals the universe'. A woman of command (Ema, Emelina, Emeline, Emmeline) Emmanuela (Hebrew) 'God with us' Emmeranne (French/Old German) 'Raven' Emogene see Imogen Emrys (Celtic) 'Immortal' (Emryss) Ena (Gaelic) 'Little ardent one' see also Eugenia Enda (Sanskrit) 'The last one' Endocia (Greek) 'Of spotless reputation' (Docie, Doxie, Doxy, Eudoxia) see also Eudosia Endora (French/Old German) 'Noble' Enfys (Welsh) 'Rainbow' Engacia see Grace Engelberta (Teutonic) 'Bright angel'.
7000 Baby Names. Classic and Modern by Hilary Spence