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Italian first names beginning with the letter E
Italian EtymologyEnglish
Ealberto Name of Celtic origin; descendant of Berto.N/A
Ebba Ancient feminine form of the name Ebbone, derived from Ebe. Name given in honor of the Greek goddess of youth; young woman. N/A
Ebbone Ancient name given in honor of "Ebe", the Greek goddess of youth; young woman. N/A
Ebe Derived from the Greek "Ebe"; youth N/A
Eberardo From the Celtic; strong as a wild boar. N/A
Ebone From the Celtic; corrupt. N/A
Ebrulfo From the ancient Saxon; splendid wolf. N/A
Eccelino From the ancient German "Hetzil"; warrior. N/A
Ecclesio Word derived from the Greek; man of the cloth, man of the church. N/A
Ecdicio Derived from the Greek; unclothed. N/A
Edda Variation "Hedda", derived from the name "Edvige", of Danish origin; fights for happiness. N/A
Eddo Derived from "Haedda", ancient masculin name of Celtic origin; great-grandfather. N/A
Edelberga From the ancient Saxon; noble helper. N/A
Edesio From archaic Latin; without aspirations. N/A
Edgardo Derived from the Anglo-Saxon; custodian of the patrimony. N/A
Edilberto Derived from the Saxon; illustrious builder. N/A
Edilburga Derived from ancient Saxon; she who takes care of the castle. N/A
Ediltruda Italian variation of "Ediltrude", ancient name of Saxon origin; leads by force. N/A
Edistio Derived from archaic Latin; is in the high. N/A
Editta Italian variation of "Edith", derived from the Celtic "Eadgyth"; public act. N/A
Edmondo Derived form the Anglo-Saxon "ead" and "mund"; he who defends his patrimony. N/A
Edoardo Derived form the Anglo-Saxon "Eadweard"; he who defends his heredity. N/A
Edvige From ancient German "Hathuwic"; sacred battle. N/A
Edvino Derived from the ancient Anglo-Saxon "Edwin"; friend of the country, the governed land. N/A
Efebo Derived from the Greek "Epheebos"; post teenage, from sixteen to twenty years old. N/A
Efisio Derived from "Ephisius", Latin variation of the Greek "Ephisios"; citizen of Efeso. N/A
Efrem Derived from the Hebrew "Ephrajim", variation of the Syrian "Aphrim"; he who bears fruit. N/A
Egberto Derived form the Anglo-Saxon "Eckbrecht"; famous warrior.. N/A
Egduno From ancient Celtic; solid as iron. N/A
Egeria Feminine name given in honor of the nymph "Egeria", mythical counselor of Numa Pompilio; counselor. N/A
Egesippo Derived from the Greek; poor. N/A
Egidio Derived from the Greek "Aighidio"; son of the Aegean. N/A
Eginardo Derived from the Greek, name given in honor of the nymph "Egina", daughter of Aesop; freind of fire. N/A
Egisto Derived from the Greek "Aigisthos"; nourished with goat's milk. N/A
Egizia From the Latin "Aegypta"; woman from Egypt. N/A
Egle Name given to the most beautiful mythical Fates, who according to legend, loved to play games on the herders. Derived from the Greek; shining, brilliant, beautiful. N/A
Eirardo Derived from the Gaelic; custodian, protector of Ireland. N/A
Elaide Ancient feminine name of Latin origin; unappealing. N/A
Elano From the Latin; falcon. N/A
Eldrado Derived from the Celtic; man of the forest. N/A
Eleazaro From the ancient Aramaic "El'azar"; helped by God. N/A
Elena Derived from the Greek "Elènò"; flame. N/A
Eleonora From the provincial "Hellionor"; she who has mercy, merciful. N/A
Elettra Name given in honor of on of the Pleiades, daughter of Atlantis and Pleione; blonde like amber. N/A
Eleucadio Name of ethnic origin; from Elide, a city in Peloponnesia. N/A
Eleuterio Derived from the Greek "Eleutheros"; free, independent. N/A
Elfego Derived from ancient German; I am an Elf, a spirit of the air. N/A
Elia From the ancient Aramaic "Eliyâh"; Yahvè is my Lord. N/A
Eliano Derived from Elia and with the same meaning. Found also in the feminine as Eliana. N/A
Eliconide Feminine name of ethnic origin; from Elicona, Greek mountain know as Zagora or Paleovuni. It can also mean butterfly. N/A
Elifio Derived from the Arabic; first. N/A
Eligio Derived from the Latin; chosen, elite. N/A
Elilegio Derived from the Celtic; distinguished, egregious. N/A
Elimena Masculine name of ethnic origin; from Elim, a place where according to tradition, in the Exodus of the Jews, was the seventh stop in the desert. N/A
Elio Derived from the Greek "Eelios"; the sun. N/A
Eliodoro Derived from the Greek "Eelios" and "doron"; gift from the sun. N/A
Elisa Derived from the Hebrew "El" and "Ischia"; God is health. N/A
Elisabetta From the Aramaic "Elischeba"; she who swears by God. Elisabeth
Eliseo Derived from the Hebrew "Elisha"; God is my salvation. N/A
Elisia Variation of the name Elisabetta. N/A
Ella Derived from the Hebrew "El" and "Yai"; God is Lord. N/A
Elladio Name of ethnic origin; inhabitant of Ellade, region found in Tessaglia, in Greece. N/A
Elmo Derived from ancient German "Helm"; helmet. N/A
Elodia Derived from archaic German; owner of wealth. N/A
Elogio Derived from the Greek "Eylogion"; he who praises. N/A
Eloisa Feminine name of Iberian origin, which corresponds to the Italian name of Luisa; illustrious woman. N/A
Elpidiforo Derived from the Greek; he who brings hope. N/A
Elpidio From the Latin "Elpidus"; hope. N/A
Elsa From ancient Hig German "Kelza"; handle. Used also as a variation of the English Elisabeth. N/A
Elvezio Name of ethnic origin, derived from the name given to the people of a region in ancient Gaul, between the lake Brigantin and the Rhyne; belonging to the Elvizii, the modern day Swiss. N/A
Elvino Derived from the ancient Saxon "Alwin"; everyone's friend. N/A
Elvira Feminine name originating from the Iberian peninsula, derived from the Hebrew "Elbirah"; God's temple. N/A
Elzeario Name of ethnic origin, derived from the High German; inhabitant of Elz. N/A
Emanuele Derived from the Hebrew "Immanuele"; God is with us. N/A
Emerenziana Derived from the Latin "Emerentiana"; well deserved. N/A
Emerico Derived from the Latin "Emeritus"; he who deserves. N/A
Emerio From the Latin; he who deserves. N/A
Emerita Feminine variatio of Emerito with the sam meaning. N/A
Emerito Derived from the Latin "Emeritus"; he who deserves. N/A
Emidio Derived from the Latin "Hemigdius"; half God, demi-God. N/A
Emila Masculine name of a Roman people; corteous. N/A
Emilia Derived from the Latin "Aemilius", name of a Roman people; gracious, corteous. N/A
Emiliana Variation of Emilia; gracious, corteous. N/A
Emiliano From the Latin "Aemilus"; competitor. N/A
Emilio Derived from the Latin "Aemilius", name of a Roman people; gracious, corteous. N/A
Emiterio Derived from the Celtic; emissary, messenger. N/A
Emma Derived from ancient German "Amme"; nourishes. N/A
Emmelia Derived from the German "Emmel"; works energetically. N/A
Emmerano From the Celtic; energetic counselor. N/A
Emmerico From ancient High German "Hamerich"; very prepared for war. N/A
Encratide From the Greek "Enkratees"; caste. N/A
Endimione Name of Greek origin, given in honor of the mythical herder of Caria, son of Jupiter. N/A
Enea From the Greek "Aineas"; praised. N/A
Enecone From the Celtic; exhausted, spiritless. N/A
Enedina From the Phoenician; taciturn, quiet. N/A
Engleberto From the ancient Saxon "Engle", latinized as Angli, name of a northern European people, and from "bercht"; illustrious Anglo. N/A
Enimia Derived from the Celtic; reality. N/A
Ennata Derived from the Celtic; daughter of unknown parents. N/A
Ennemondo Derived from the Celtic; ninth child. N/A
Ennio Derived from the Celtic; destined. N/A
Ennodio Derived from the Celtic; destined to God. N/A
Enotrio Name of ethnic origin; son of Enotria, land of wine, ancient name given to present day Italy. N/A
Enrichetta Feminine diminutive form of Enrico; powerful in her land. Found also as Enrica. N/A
Enrico Derived from the ancient High German "Heimrich"; powerful in his land. Henry
Epafra Abbreviated variation of "Epaphroditus", name given in honor of "Epaphus", son of Jupiter. N/A
Epafrodita From the Latin "Epaphroditus"; loved by Epaphus. N/A
Epagato From the Celtic; leader. N/A
Eparchio Derived from the Greek; governor. N/A
Epeldrita Derived from the Gaelic; counselor of the Elfs. N/A
Epicaride Derived from the Greek; his heart is in the heavens. N/A
Epidopio Derived from the Greek "epi" and "poys"; above the feet. N/A
Epifana Derived from the Greek "Epiphaneia"; apparition. N/A
Epifanio Derived from the Greek "Epiphaneia"; apparition. N/A
Epigmenio From the Greek; is above. N/A
Epimaco Derived from the Greek; helps against adversity. N/A
Episteme Derived from the Greek "Episteemee"; science, knowledge. N/A
Epitacio From the Greek; distinguished among his peers. N/A
Epitteto Derived from the Greek "titheemi"; places himself on others. N/A
Equizio Name of ethnic origin; inhabitant of Aequi, ancient town of the Lazion region. N/A
Eracide Ancient Greek name given in honor of the goddess Hera. N/A
Eracla Ancient name given in honor of "Eraklès", the Greek demi-god Hercules. N/A
Eracliano Derived from the Greek "Eraklès", the demi-god Hercules. N/A
Eraclide From the Greek; descendant of Hercules. N/A
Eraclio From the Greek; pertaining to Hercules. N/A
Eradio Contraction of the Doric name "Erasio"; the first. N/A
Eraide Derived from the Celtic; honorable, famous. N/A
Eraldo Derived from the ancient High German; passionate, animated lord. N/A
Erardo Derived from the ancient High German "Erhard"; tenaciously committed to honor. N/A
Erasma Feminine form of the name Erasmus; lovable, likeable. N/A
Erasmo Derived From the Greek "Eràô", latinized as Erasmus; lovable, likeable. N/A
Erasto Derived from the Greek "Erastos", lovable, likeable. N/A
Erberto Name of archaic German origin "Hariberacht"; he who shines in the army. Herbert
Ercolano Italian variation of "Herculaneum", ancient name of a person and of the famous city of Ercolano. Derived from the Greek "Eraklòs"; famous hero. N/A
Ercole From the Latin "Hèrculus", derived from the Greek "Eraklòs"; famous hero. Hercules
Erconvaldo Derived from the Celtic; king of high places. N/A
Ereda Derived from the Latin "Haeres"; successor, heir. N/A
Erena Derived from "Erènnia", name given to a Roman people from Samniun, a region in Italy southeast of Rome. N/A
Erenia Derived from "Erena", name of a Samnite people of unknown etymology. N/A
Erennio Name of a Samnite people, whose meaning or etymology is unknown. N/A
Eriberto Derived from the Latin "Heribertus", extracted from the German "Heribert"; shines among soldiers. N/A
Erico Italian variation of the Scandinavian name "Erik"; rich with honor. N/A
Erlinda Italian variation of the Flemish "Herlinda"; benevolent lady. N/A
Erma Derived from the Greek "Ermes", announcement. N/A
Ermagora Italian variation of the Latin name "Hermagoras", originally Greek; fortunate, lucky N/A
Ermanno Derived from the ancient German "Hariman"; man of arms. N/A
Ermelando Derived from ancient Saxon; defender of Odin. N/A
Ermelinda Derived from the ancient German "Irmilinda"; descendant of Odin. N/A
Ermello Derived from the Celtic; interpreter, translator. N/A
Ermenegarda From ancient provincial "Ermenjardis", name derived from the archaic German "Irmingard"; protected by Irmin, otherwise known as the god Odin. N/A
Ermenegilda Feminine variation of the ancient Visigoth name "Erminigild"; gift from Irmin, ancient German god also called Odin. N/A
Ermenegildo Name derived from the ancient Visigoth "Erminigild"; gift from Irmin, ancient German god also called Odin. N/A
Ermengaudio From the Celtic; interprets god's will. N/A
Ermete Derived from the Greek "òrmòs", to announce, to state. Used also in the feminine form "Hermes". N/A
Ermia Derived from the ancient Saxon; powerful army. N/A
Ermilo Name of ethnic origin; inhabitant near Ermus, river in Lidia. N/A
Erminia Feminine form of the Latin name "Erminius"; Armenian woman. N/A
Erminio Derived from the the Latin name "Erminius"; Armenian. Found also as "Ermino". N/A
Ermippo From the Celtic; rich with cattle. N/A
Ermocrate Derived from the Greek; powerful like Mercury. N/A
Ermogene Derived from the Greek "òrmogènòs"; descendant of Ermete. N/A
Ermolao Derived from the Greek "Ermòlaos"; messenger of the people. N/A
Ernestina Feminine name derived from the ancient High German; brave like an eagle. Found also as Ernesta. N/A
Ernesto Derived from the ancient High German "Arnust"; powerful, brave warrior, like the eagle. N/A
Erodione Derived from the Greek; descendant of Eros. N/A
Eroe Derived from the Greek "Heeroos", a demi-god of Greek mythology; hero. N/A
Erone From the Greek; he how venerates heroes. N/A
Ersilia Derived from the Latin "Hersilia", name of the mythical Sabine wife of Romulus, mother of "Prima" and "Aollio". N/A
Esanto Derived from the Greek; born from a flower. N/A
Esau' Derived from the Hebrew; hairy. N/A
Esdra Derived from the Hebrew "Esra"; help. N/A
Esichio From the Greek; silent, quiet. N/A
Esmeralda Feminine Spanish name derived from a precious stone, the "emerald"; hope N/A
Espedito From the Greek; he who is ingenious. N/A
Estella From the Iberian; star. N/A
Esterina Diminutive of Ester, author of one of the books of the Old Testament. N/A
Esuperanzia Derived from the Latin "Exuberantia"; redondant, superfluous. N/A
Esuperanzio Derived from the Latin; excessive. N/A
Esuperia From the Latin; exaggerated. N/A
Esuperio From the Latin; exaggerated. Found also as Essuperio. N/A
Etbino From the Gaelic:burning with love. N/A
Etelberto Derived from ancient Danish; illustrious father. N/A
Eteltredo Derived from ancient Goth; noble counselor. N/A
Eteltrita Derived from the Gallic; counselor of the elfs. N/A
Etelvoldo Derived from ancient Saxon; powerful ancestor. N/A
Eterio Derived from the Greek; companion. N/A
Ettore Derived from the Greek "Ek-tor", latinized as "Hèctor"; backer, supporter. N/A
Eubolo Name of ethnic origin, coming or originally from Euboia, an island in the Aegean sea. N/A
Eucario Derived from the Greek; he who has grace. N/A
Eucarpo Derived from the Greek; he who bears fruit. N/A
Eucherio From archaic provincial; gracious. N/A
Euclide Derived from the Greek "Eykleidees", latinized as "Euclides"; famous, celebrity. N/A
Eudossia Feminine form of "Eudossio"; donation, given. N/A
Eudossio Derived from the Greek "Eudes"; donation, given. N/A
Eufebio Derived from ancient Doric; with eloquent speech. N/A
Eufemia Derived from the Greek "Eyphòmos"; blessed, acclaimed. N/A
Eufemio Masculine form of "Eufemia"; blessed, acclaimed. N/A
Euflamia Derived from the Celtic; has a good soul. N/A
Eufrasia Derived from the Greek "Eyphrasia"; happiness, joy. N/A
Eufrasio From the Greek; elate, make happy. N/A
Eufredo Derived from the Germanic "Gotefridus"; protected by God. N/A
Eufronio Derived from ancient Doric; born wealthy. N/A
Eufrosia Derived from the Greek; happy, joyous. N/A
Eufrosina Derived from the Greek "Euphrosine"; happiness. N/A
Eugendo Derived from the Greek; surrounded by goodness. N/A
Eugenia Derived from the Greek "Eygheneia"; nobility. N/A
Eugeniano Variation of Eugenio with the same meaning. N/A
Eugenio Derived from the Greek "Eygènios"; of noble stock. N/A
Eugrafo Derived from ancient Ionian; wholesome, totally good N/A
Eulalia Derived from the Greek "Eylalios"; loquacious, speaks well. N/A
Eulalio Derived from the Greek "Eylalios", latinized as Eulalius; gregarious, sociable. N/A
Eulampio Derived from the Greek; full of goodwill. N/A
Eulogio Derived from the Greek; giver of goodness. N/A
Eumenio Derived from the Greek; good soul. N/A
Euno Derived from the Greek; thinks well. N/A
Eupilio Name of ethnic origin, derived from the Celtic; from Eupili, present day lake of Pusiano, near Como in northern Italy. N/A
Euplio Truncated form of the name Eupilio with the same meaning; from Eupili. N/A
Euporo From the ancient Ionian; bearer of goodness. N/A
Euprepia Derived from the Latin; swift to do good. N/A
Euprepite Derived from the ancient Samnite; very luminous. N/A
Eupreprio Derived from the archaic Latin "Euprepria"; ready to do good. N/A
Eupsichio Derived from the archaic Latin; has a good soul. N/A
Euridice Derived from the Greek; giver of justice. N/A
Eurosia From the ancient Doric; has much grace. N/A
Eusanio From ancient Ionian; is very hospitable. N/A
Eusebia Derived from the Greek "Eysebòs"; pious, religious. N/A
Eusebio Derived from the Greek "Eysèbios", extracted from "Eysebès"; pious, religious, or gives God what he expects. N/A
Euseo From the Celtic; hospitable. N/A
Eusicio Derived from the Celtic; hospitable. N/A
Eusignio Name of ethnic origin; originally from the Pontus Euxinus, ancient name of the Black Sea. N/A
Eustachio Derived from the Greek "Eystachios", latinized as "Eustàchius"; produces many ears of corn. N/A
Eustagio Variation of the name "Eustachio" with the same meaning. N/A
Eustasio Variation of the name "Eustachio" with the same meaning. Found also as Eustasia N/A
Eustazio Derived from the Latin "Eustathius", extracted from the Greek "Eystàtios", is well. N/A
Eustella Name of provincial origin; host of the stars. N/A
Eusterio From the ancient Doric; very free. N/A
Eustochia Derived from the Latin "Eustochium", feminine variation of "Eustochio", anciently used in the masculine and feminine. N/A
Eustochio Derived from the Latin "Eustochium", used in the masculine and feminine. N/A
Eustolia Derived from ancient Latin; dresses well. N/A
Eustorgio Derived from the Latin "Estorgius", extracted from the Greek; very loved. N/A
Eustosio From the ancient Ionian; always good. N/A
Eustrazio From the ancient Doric; very peaceful. N/A
Eutalia Derived from the Greek; gets along well. N/A
Euterpe Derived from the Greek; makes happy, satisfies. N/A
Eutiche Name corresponding to the Italian "Eutichio", derived from the Greek "Eytychès"; happy. N/A
Eutichia Feminine form of Eutiche; happy. N/A
Eutichiano Derived from the Greek "Eytychios"; happy, adventurous. N/A
Eutichio Derived from the name "Eutichiano", from the Greek; happy, adventurous. N/A
Eutimio Derived from the Greek; happy, in good spirits. N/A
Eutimo From the Greek; happy, tranquil. N/A
Eutizio Derived from "Eutichio" with the same meaning. N/A
Eutropia Derived from the Greek "eu" and "trophee"; well fed. N/A
Eutropio Derived from the Greek; well nourished. N/A
Eva Derived from the Hebrew "Hauuâh" or "Héva"; mother of the living. N/A
Evagrio From archaic Latin; from the fields. N/A
Evaldo From ancient High German "Ewald", extracted from "ewalt"; defends justice. N/A
Evandro Name of the mythical son of Mercury; strong, generous. Evandro founded the Pallantea colony in the region of Lazio. N/A
Evangelina Diminutive of Evangela, derived from the Greek; good tidings. N/A
Evangelista Derived from the Greek; brings good news. N/A
Evaristo Derived from the Greek "Eyaristos", latinized as "Evaristus"; very giving. N/A
Evasio From the Latin; flee, escape. N/A
Evelina Diminutive of "Eve", feminine the Anglo-Saxon name, derived from the ancient German "Ewa"; law, right, reason. N/A
Evellio Derived from the Latin "Hevelius", name of ethnic origin; from Havel, near Brandenburg. Found also as Evelio. N/A
Evelpisto Derived from the Celtic; upholds justice, or eradicates injustice. N/A
Evenzio From the Latin; is there in times of need. N/A
Everardo Derived from the Celtic; strong as a boar. N/A
Evergete Derived from the Greek "Eyergetòs"; benefactor. N/A
Evergislo From the ancient Saxon; friend of the boar. N/A
Evidio Ancient Iberian name; apparition. N/A
Evilasio From ancient Ionian; rises towards the light. N/A
Evodio Derived from the Greek "Eu" and "Hodos"; walks safe, safe travel. N/A
Evorzio Name of ethnic origin; from Ebora, today's Evora in Portugal. N/A
Evremondo From the Celtic; happy boar. N/A
Ezechiele Derived from the Hebrew "Jechezq'èl"; strong with God's help. N/A
Ezio From the Greek "Aètios"; friend, lover.N/A

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