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Eginhardt the sword's hard edge ... origin is Germanic ... variant form of Eginhard ...

Egisto raised on goat's milk ... of Old Greek origin ... seldom used as a baby name for boys ...

Egmon edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... derived from Germanic origins ... variant transcription of Egmont ...

Egmond edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... of Germanic origin, and it is used ... variant spelling of Egmont ...

Egmonde edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ...The origin of Egmonde is Germanic ... variant transcription of Egmont ...

Egmont edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... used predominantly in Dutch, French, ... Its origin is Germanic ...

Egmonte edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... origin is Germanic ... variant form of Egmont ...

Egmun edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... language of origin is Germanic ... variation of Egmont ...

Egmund edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... of Germanic origin and it is used ... variant of Egmont ...

Egmunde edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ...The origin of Egmunde is the Germanic language ... a rare baby boy name ...

Egmunt edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... largely used in German and its origin ...

Egmunte edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ...The origin of Egmunte is the Germanic language ...

Egnacio fire ... primarily used in the Spanish language ... form of Ignatius ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...

Egnatius fire ... has its origins in the Etrusk language ... variant form of Ignatius ... not in the top 1000 names ...

Egol edge of a sword ... origin is Old Norse ... variant form of Egil ... not often used as a baby boy name ...

Egon edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... used chiefly in the Irish, German, ... variant of Aodh ...

Egor farmer, earthworker; archer-soldier, ... of Old Greek and Old Norse origin ... used mainly in Russian ...

Egun edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear ... origin is Germanic ... variant of Egon ...

Egyed young goat, goat skin ... used predominantly in Hungarian and its ... variation of Giles ...

Egyl edge of a sword ... has its origins in the Old Norse language ... variant of Egil ...

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