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181 Ethne Gaelic Feminine equivalent of the Irish Gaelic Aidan, a name popular in the 7th century after the famous Irish monk Aidan. F
182 Ettare ArthurianLegend Lover of Pelleas. F
183 Ettie English Diminutive of Esther, Harriette, or Henrietta, sometimes used as an independent name. F
184 Ettie French Diminutive of Henrietta: Keeper of the hearth. Rules her household. From Henriette, the French feminine form of Henry. F
185 Ettie Latin Abbreviation for Henrietta and Harriette. F
186 Ettie Persian Diminutive of Esther: Star. Refers to the planet venus. Also myrtle leaf. Also a variant of Ishtar, the Babylonian goddess of love. Famous bearer: Old Testament Ester, who became a 5th century Queen of Persia. F
187 Euadne Latin Daughter of Poseidon. F
188 Eugenie French A feminine form of the Greek Eugene. Famous bearer: Napoleon III's wife, the French empress Eugenie. F
189 Eugenie Greek Variant of Eugenia: Nobility, well born. A feminine form of Eugene. F

190 Eulalie French French form of the Greek Eulalia, meaning sweetly speaking, well - spoken. F
191 Eulalie Greek Variant of Eulalia: Sweetly speaking, sweet-spoken. F
192 Eunice Biblical Good victory. F
193 Eunice Greek Good victory, joyous victory. she conquers. Famous bearer: In the bible Eunice was a woman noted for being without hypocrisy. F
194 Euphemie Greek Well spoken. F
195 Euphrosyne Greek Good cheer. F
196 Eurayle Greek Wanders far. F
197 Eurydice Greek Wife of Orpheus. F
198 Eurydice Latin Wife of Aeneas. F
199 Euryle Latin Mother of Orion. F
200 Eurymede Latin Mother of Bellerphon. F