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161 Egeria Latin Cumaean. F
162 Egesta Latin Daughter of Phoenodamas. F
163 Egidia Latin A form of Aegidius, a Latin name based on the Greek word for kid or goatskin. F
164 Eglah Biblical Heifer, chariot, round. F
165 Eglaim Biblical Drops of the sea. F
166 Eglantina French Wild rose. F
167 Eglantine French Wild rose. F
168 Eglon Biblical Heifer, chariot, round. F
169 Eguskina Basque Sunshine. F

170 Eguskine Basque Sunshine. F
171 Egypt Biblical That troubles or oppresses, anguish. F
172 Eheubryd Welsh Legendary daughter of KyvwIch. F
173 Eibhlhin Irish Light. F
174 Eibhlin Irish Derived from the name Evelyn or Evelina. F
175 Eideann Gaelic Fiery. F
176 Eidothea Greek A sea nymph. F
177 Eihhlin Gaelic Gaelic form of Eileen or Evelyn. F
178 Eila Irish Variant of Evelyn. F
179 Eileen French Variant of Evelyn: From a surname derived from the Old French 'aveline' meaning hazelnut. F
180 Eileen Greek Variant of Helen: Shining light. The bright one. Helen of Troy, whose elopement with Paris sparked the Trojan War, was the daughter of Zeus and wife of Menelaus, King of Sparta. F