E is for Eva, Erin, Emmanuelle—and hundreds of other exquisite and eclectic baby girl names that begin with the letter E.
In the century-old history of baby name lists this royal and religious name has yet to fall below out of the top 50. Two... Read More
Beware: Emily is currently (and has been for the past few decades) one of the most popular names in America and England.... Read More
The name of many a great literary heroines, Jane Austen's among them, Emma means "universal." Its meaning is fitting these... Read More
Evelyn is a romantic and feminine name that is making a comeback from it's super popular days a century ago, perhaps due... Read More
Ella is one of the hottest girl names right now, and a perennial celeb favorite. Among the stars that have named their daughters... Read More
Esther is one of the female "stars" of the Bible. In the Old Testament, a beautiful young Hebrew woman named Esther marries... Read More
Erin is one of those easy, breezy names that's remained moderately popular as a girl name. Meaning "peace," Erin is also... Read More
Norse: Eternal ruler, forever strong; feminine form of Eric. The spelling variation Erika is popular in numerous European countries...
Scandinavian: Noble, forever strong; feminine form of Eric
Hebrew: Life; In the Bible, Eve was Adam's wife and the first woman. Eva is a name used in many countries throughout the world.
While it's just one letter away from the oh-so-popular Ava, Eva somehow missed the train to baby name superstardom. But that's... Read More
Thought dignified Eleanor was no longer hip? Well, think again. This stately and regal name, most often associated with philanthropic... Read More
Greek: Light; variant of Helen
The feminine form of the Nordic Erik, Erika is not as popular in the U.S. as it's name twin, Erica with a C. Read More
French: Shining light; Old French variant of Helen. In Arthurian Legend, Elaine was a young maiden who was in love with Lancelot...
English: Light; a variant of Helen
Eliza is a fresh and delightful take on the classic Elizabeth, and clearly we're not the only ones who think so. This little... Read More
Elisha is actually an Old Testament name referring to the prophet Elisha who was a follower of Elijah. However, as a girl's... Read More
French: Renowned in battle; French variant of Louise (see also Heloise)
Something about that added S makes Elisabeth a touch more romantic and feminine than Elizabeth, and we're loving it. Another... Read More
Latin: Industrious; striving.
Estelle, once thought of as an old-fashioned name from the Great Expectations-era, has come back with a vengeance. While... Read More
The French version of Elizabeth, Elise has that slightly French-sounding affect that many parents love to love, which might... Read More
English: Abbreviation of Eleanor and Ellen.
Greek: Daughter of the sun
Hebrew: My God has answered
Elsa is poised to become the next hit baby name. Much like the rise in Isabella's and Bella's following the success of Twilight, we... Read More
Greek: Variant of Elissa. From the blessed isles.
Greek: Joyous victory, she conquers; In the Bible, Eunice was the daughter of Lois and the mother of Timothy, to whom Paul addressed...