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Meaning of the Name Ennis

The first name Ennis is of Gaelic, Celtic/Gaelic, Irish origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Gaelic: The Only Choice
Celtic/Gaelic: Island
Irish: From Ennis

Similar Names

Eneas | Enos | Enzio |

Related Names

Bjorn  (Scandinavian)
Bear. Famous Bearer: Swedish Tennis Champion Bjorn Borg
Chris  (English)
Diminutive of Christine: a Variant of Christina. in the S, Christine Was One of the Three Most Common Feminine Names in Britain. Famous People: American Tennis Player Chris Lloyd
Christine  (English)
A Variant of Christina. in the S, Christine Was One of the Three Most Common Feminine Names in Britain. Famous People: American Tennis Player Chris Lloyd Was Born Christine Evert
Claennis  (Anglo Saxon)
Purity
Denice  (French)
Feminine Form of Dennis (Danice, Danyce, Deeny, Deenie, Denese, Dennie, Denyce)
Denies  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Denis  (French)
From the Name Dennis
Denis  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Denise  (French)
The Feminine Form of Dennis, from the Latin Name Dionysia, or the Greek Dionysus
Denise  (English)
Feminine Form of Dennis: from the Latin Dionysos or Dionysus, Referring to the Greek God of Wine
Denise  (French)
Feminine Form of Dennis
Denison  (English)
Variant of Dennison: Dennis' Son
Denka  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Dennes  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Denney  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Dennie  (French)
Diminutive of Denise: the Feminine Form of Dennis, from the Latin Name Dionysia, or the Greek Dionysus
Dennis  (French)
Named for Saint Denys
Dennis  (Greek)
A Worshipper (In French - Wild and Crazy),Of Dionysius, Other Forms are Denis, Denys, Calm, Thoughtful, Optimistic
Dennis  (Greek)
Wild, Frenzied
Dennis  (English)
Variant of Dionysius. Dionysius is the Mythological Greek God of Wine Responsible for Growth of the Vines and the Originator of Winemaking: (Equivalent to the Roman God Bacchus.)
Dennis  (Shakespearean)
'As You Like It' Servant to Oliver
Dennis  (Greek)
Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Dennise  (French)
Feminine of Denis from the Greek Name Dionysus
Dennison  (English)
Dennis' Son
Dennison  (Greek)
Variant of Dionysius. Dionysius is the Mythological Greek God of Wine Responsible for Growth of the Vines and the Originator of Winemaking: (Equivalent to the Roman God Bacchus.)
Denny  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Dennys  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Dennyson  (English)
Variant of Dennison: Dennis' Son
Denys  (Greek)
Variant of Dennis: Follower of Dionysius (Greek God of Wine)
Dion  (Greek)
The Greek God of Wine (In American - Popular Form of Dennis)
Dion  (English)
Variant of Dennis: from the Latin Dionysos or Dionysus, Referring to the Greek God of Wine
Dione  (English)
Feminine Form of Dion: a Variant of Dennis, Derived from Dionysius, the Greek God of Wine. Also from the Sacred Spring. The Mythological Dione Was Wife to Zeus and Mother of Aphrodite
Dionne  (English)
Feminine Form of Dion: a Variant of Dennis, Derived from Dionysius, the Greek God of Wine. Also from the Sacred Spring. The Mythological Dione Was Wife to Zeus and Mother of Aphrodite
Dyson  (English)
Variant of Dennison: Dennis' Son
Glennis  (Gaelic)
From the Glen. Valley
Glennis  (English)
From the Valley or Glen
Inis  (Irish)
From Ennis
Jennis  (English)
Variant of Jenny Which is a Diminutive of Jane and Jennifer
Jennis  (American)
Wild Wave
Jennis  (English)
Variant of Jenny Which is a Diminutive of Jane and Jennifer
Tennyson  (English)
Son of Dennis

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