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Meaning of the Name Helen

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The first name Helen is of Scottish, English, Shakespearean, Greek, Latin origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Scottish: Bright One, Shining One. The Name is Also Used to Anglicize Gaelic Eilidh
English: Bright One, Shining One; a Cognate of the Greek Helene, Which is Derived from the Root Elf (Light)
Shakespearean: 'Cymbeline' a Lady Attending on Imogen. 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' Wife to Menelaus
Greek: Light
Greek: Light, Elegant, Gentle, Cultured (Helena, Nelly, Nellie, Eleanor, Ellen, Eileen, Lenore)
Latin: Most Beautiful Woman in the World
Greek: 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

Similar Names

Halen | Hallen | Heilyn | Helam | Helem | Helon | Hilen | Holon | Helena | Helene |

Related Names

Ellie  (English)
Diminutive of Ellen: a Variant of the Greek Helen, Meaning Shining Light, or Most Beautiful Woman
Ellyn  (English)
Variant of Helen. Means Light or Most Beautiful Woman
Elynn  (English)
Variant of Helen. Means Light or Most Beautiful Woman
Galina  (Greek)
Light. Variant of Helen. in Mythology the Abduction of Zeus's Mortal Daughter Helen Sparked the Trojan War
Galina  (English)
Variant of Helen. in Mythology the Abduction of Zeus's Mortal Daughter Helen Sparked the Trojan War
Helaine  (Greek)
From the Name Helen
Helaine  (French)
Variant of Helen. in Mythology the Abduction of Zeus's Mortal Daughter Helen Sparked the Trojan War
Helena  (Shakespearean)
'All's Well That Ends Well.' a Gentlewoman Protected by the Countess of Rousillon. 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' in Love With Demetrius
Helena  (Greek)
From the Name Helen
Helena  (Greek)
Light
Helena  (Swedish)
Light
Helena  (English)
Variant of Helen. in Mythology the Abduction of Zeus's Mortal Daughter Helen Sparked the Trojan War
Helena  (Greek)
Variant of Helen: Shining Light. The Bright One
Helene  (Greek)
From the Name Helen
Helene  (German)
German Form of Helen
Helene  (French)
Variant of Helen. in Mythology the Abduction of Zeus's Mortal Daughter Helen Sparked the Trojan War
Helene  (Greek)
Variant of Helen: Shining Light. The Bright One
Helenka  (Greek)
Light
Helenka  (Russian)
Light
Helenus  (Greek)
Son of Priam
Helenus  (Latin)
Son of Priam
Helenus  (Shakespearean)
'The History of Troilus and Cressida' King Priam's Son
Helli  (Finnish)
Finnish Form of Helen
Hermione  (Greek)
Well Born. Stone. Feminine Name Derived from Hermes. in Greek Mythology, Hermione Was the Daughter of King Menelaus of Sparta and Helen of Troy
Ilona  (Hungarian)
The Bright One. The Hungarian Form of Helen
Ilona  (Hungarian)
The Hungarian Variant of a Name Helena. Comes from a Greek Word Helios = the Sun, So the Meaning is Shining, Brilliant
Ilona  (Greek)
Variant of Helen: Shining Light. The Bright One
Jelena  (Russian)
Shining Light, Variation of Helen
Jelena  (Russian)
Shining Light. Variant of Helena
Kira  (Russian)
Russian Form of Helen: Light
Kirochka  (Russian)
Russian Form of Helen: Light
Leana  (English)
Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (Light;Beautiful Woman); Variant of Liana: (Youthful;Bond)
Leann  (English)
Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (Light;Beautiful Woman); Variant of Liana: (Youthful;Bond)
Leanna  (English)
Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (Light;Beautiful Woman); Variant of Liana: (Youthful;Bond)
Leanne  (English)
A Compound of Lee: Wood, and Anne: Grace, Favour. Can Also Be a Diminutive of Julianne: Downy, Hairy. Can Also Be Derived from Helen: Liight; Beautiful Woman, and a Variant of Liana: Youthful; Bond
Leda  (Greek)
Mother of Helen
Leda  (Latin)
Mother of Helen
Leeann  (English)
Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (Light;Beautiful Woman); Variant of Liana: (Youthful;Bond)
Leeanne  (English)
Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (Light;Beautiful Woman); Variant of Liana: (Youthful;Bond)
Leianna  (English)
Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (Light;Beautiful Woman); Variant of Liana: (Youthful;Bond)
Lena  (Greek)
Diminutive of Helena: the Bright One
Lenore  (French)
Variant of Eleanor: a Variant of Helen Introduced into Britain in Th Century Ad by King Henry Ii's Wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine
Leonora  (French)
Variant of Eleanor, from Helen
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