D was a tad Dull. Let's hope some E names prove to be Ebullient
1920s popularity - no boys or girls
2010 - Ethan, Elijah, and Evan for boys
Emma, Elizabeth, and Ella for girls
Let's kick the E names up a notch:
Young ladies - Ebony (Egyptian) A dark beauty - no doubt enigmatic
Edel (German) A clever woman
Esen (Turkish) Of the wind
Young men - Egan (Gaelic) A little flame. One who is fiery. (Kick-ass!)
Ezio (Italian) resembling an eagle (how can you go wrong with this guy?)
Enos (Hebrew) a man. Guess he can be molded into any form.
My grandfather's name was Elmer (English) a famous nobleman. I just remember a kind man who wore suspenders.
any E - men in your past?
My son is Elijah '91. I was a bit ahead of the curve.ReplyDelete
I love E names! My oldest is Ethan. My Paw Paw was Elton. My niece is Ellie. I also like Eden for a girl. Ellis or Eli or Elias for a boy. Love the E'sReplyDelete
Such strange names, I may use them in my fiction - we don't have paw paw in the UK. It's nice to follow and connect http://aimingforapublishingdeal.blogspot.co.uk/ReplyDelete
There have been a few Evans. Lots of Ellas!ReplyDelete
I don't know many people with E names... I know a Eugene and an Edward but that's all I can think of off hand. I don't think I have any favorites either unless you count Enzo, but I've only ever seen it as animal names and I have no idea what it means or if there are any humans with that name.ReplyDelete
Anyone without bloated EGO has been quite un-Expected.ReplyDelete