101 boy names that start with the letter E

Choosing the name of our baby will be one of the first big decisions that we will have to make, and for which couples have a preference for choosing all the names of their children with the same initial.

Continuing our tour of the baby names from A to Z , we share 101 boy names starting with the letter E .

  • Eames: of Irish origin, it means “the son of the uncle”.
  • Ean: variant of Ian, which in turn is a variant of Juan, which means “God is merciful.”
  • Earl: English aristocratic title, that comes from the Old English eorl , that means “warrior” or “chief”.
  • Earnest: English variant of Ernesto, which means “serious, persevering” or “one who fights to win.”
  • Easton: of English origin, it means “place that looks to the East”.
  • Eaton: of English origin, it means “by the river”.
  • Ebenezer: of Hebrew origin, it means “stone of help”.
  • Echo: of Greek origin, it means “echo”.
  • Edan: of Irish origin, it is a variant of Aidan and means “fire, burning”.
  • Edel: of Germanic origin, it means “noble”.
  • Eder: of Basque origin, it means “handsome”.
  • Edgar: of Polish origin, it means “the one who defends his lands with a spear”.
  • Edgardo: variant of Edgar.
  • Edison: of English origin, it means “son of Eduardo”.
  • Edlin: variant of Edel.
  • Edmond: French variant of Edmund.
  • Edmundo: means “rich protector”.
  • Edorta: Basque variant of Eduardo.
  • Edouard: French variant of Eduardo.
  • Edric: of English origin, it means “prosperous ruler”.
  • Edris: of Welsh origin, it means “sir, lord”.
  • Eduardo: Spanish variant of Edward.
  • Eduin: variant of Edwin, which is of English origin and means “rich friend.”
  • Edward: from Old English ead , “wealth” or “fortune” and weard , “guardian”, meaning “guardian of wealth”.
  • Edwin: of English origin and means “rich friend”.
  • Efra: diminutive of Efraín.
  • Ephraim: of Hebrew origin, it means “fruitful, fertile”.
  • Efrén: variant of Efraín.
  • Efron: of Hebrew origin, it means “bird”.
  • Egan: of Irish origin, it means “fire, burning”.
  • Egil: of Scandinavian origin, it means “impressive”.
  • Egon: of Germanic origin, it means “strong with the sword”.
  • Eider: name of Basque origin, it means “beautiful”.
  • Eilam: of Hebrew origin, it means “eternal”.
  • Einar: name derived from Old Norse Einarr, which means “a single warrior.”
  • Eitan: Hebrew variant of Ethan, means “strong, firm”.
  • Ekaitz: name of Basque origin, it means “storm”.
  • Eki: Basque name, used to designate the sun.
  • Eladi: Basque variant of Eladio.
  • Elan: of Hebrew origin, it means “tree”.
  • Elbert: variant of Alberto, which means “noble”.
  • Elder: means “older, old man.”
  • Eldric: A variant of Aldrich, which is of English origin and means “wise old ruler.”
  • Eleazar: of Hebrew origin, it means “God helps”.
  • Elenio: of Greek origin, it means “the one who shines like the sun”.
  • Eleodoro: of Greek origin, it means “the one that comes from the sun”.
  • Elgar: of Anglo-Saxon origin, it means “spearman”.
  • Eli: of Hebrew origin, it means “sublime man”.
  • Elián: of Greek origin, it refers to Helios, the sun god.
  • Elijah: of Hebrew origin, it means “Jehovah is God.”
  • Eligio: variant of Eloy, which means “chosen”.
  • Elihud: variant of Elijah.
  • Elijah: English variant of Elijah.
  • Elikai: Hawaiian variant of Elisha.
  • Elisha: of Hebrew origin, it means “God is my salvation.”
  • Elixi: Basque equivalent of Eliseo.
  • Elliot: means “God in the heights”.
  • Ellis: of Welsh origin, it means “benevolent”.
  • Elmer: of English origin, it means “noble, renewed”.
  • Elmo: of Italian origin, it means “protector”.
  • Elon: of Hebrew origin, it means “oak”.
  • Eloy: of Latin origin, which means “chosen”.
  • Elton: of English origin, it means “of the old town”.
  • Emil: variant of Emilio, which means “rival”.
  • Émile: French version of “Emilio”, it means “rival”.
  • Emiliano: of Latin origin, it means “working man”.
  • Emilio: means “rival”.
  • Emiri: Basque variant of Emilio used in the Middle Ages.
  • Emmanuel: means “God is with us”.
  • Emmet: of Hebrew origin, it means “truth”.
  • Emo: comes from “emotional”, which means emotional. The gender of the name is 14% feminine and 86% masculine.
  • Emyr: of Welsh origin, it means “king”.
  • Ender: of Turkish origin, it means “very rare”.
  • Endor: of Hebrew origin, it means “fountain of youth”.
  • Ennio: name of Italian origin, it means “predestined”.
  • Enoch: of Hebrew origin, it means “dedicated”.
  • Enrico: Italian variant of Enrique.
  • Enrique: means “strong, rich and powerful house”.
  • Enzo: Italian name, it means “the lord of his home or his country”.
  • Erasmus: of Greek origin, it means “loved, desired”.
  • Erick / Eric / Erik: Derived from the name Eiríkr, which comes from the first generation Old Norse. Its meaning is “sole ruler”.
  • Eritz: medieval Basque name, comes from the Latin Felix.
  • Ermes: variant of Hermes, who in Greek mythology was the messenger of the gods.
  • Ernesto: of German origin, it means “serious, persevering” or “one who fights to win”.
  • Erwin: of German origin, it means “respected friend”.
  • Esben: Danish and Norwegian variant of Asbjörn, an Old Norse name for ass , “god” and björn , “bear.”
  • Esteban: means “crowned”.
  • Ethan: of Hebrew origin, it means “strong, firm”.
  • Étienne: French form of Esteban.
  • Etor: Basque name that celebrates the arrival of God.
  • Euken: Basque equivalent of Eugenio.
  • Eugene: of Greek origin, it means “the well-born”.
  • Eustace: of Greek origin, it means “productive”.
  • Evan: Welsh variant of Juan, meaning “God is merciful.”
  • Evaristo: of French origin, it means “pleasant”.
  • Everardo: originally it was used as a surname and comes from the German eber , “boar” and hard , “brave, robust”.
  • Everett: English variant of Everardo.
  • Ewan: Scottish form of Gaelic Eoghan, meaning “born from the yew tree.”
  • Ezequiel: of Hebrew origin, it means “God strengthens”.
  • Ezio: of Greek origin, it means “eagle”.
  • Ezra: means “help” in Hebrew.

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