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Meaning of the Name Easter

The first name Easter is of English, Persian, Anglo Saxon, American origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: From the Name of the Christian Festival, Which is Based on Eostre, the Name of a Germanic Spring Goddess. Sometimes Also Used As a Variant of Esther
Persian: Variant 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 Th Century Queen of Pe
Anglo Saxon: Goddess of the Dawn
American: From the Holiday
English: Born at Easter. from the Name of the Christian Festival, Which is Based on Eostre, the Name of a Germanic Spring Goddess. Sometimes Also Used As a Variant of Esther

Similar Names

Esther | Exeter | Eastre | Eistir | Ester | Eszter |

Related Names

Anatol  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatole  (Greek)
Eastern, Cynical, But Without Malice. Warm-hearted, Humane and Charitable
Anatole  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatoli  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatolijus  (Greek)
Easterner
Anatolio  (Greek)
Easterner
Aston  (English)
From the Eastern Town
Aston  (Scottish)
The Eastern Settlement
Beta  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth, , Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Originally Derived from a Central and Eastern European Name
Ceaster  (English)
Lives at the Camp
Creighton  (Scottish)
A Person from Crichton, a Town in Southeastern Scotland
Dong-sun  (Korean)
Eastern Integrity
Dong-yul  (Korean)
Eastern Passion
Eastre  (English)
Born at Easter
Fife  (Scottish)
Scottish Surname Originating from the Place-name Fife, a Region in Eastern Scotland. Fife is Thought to Be Named for Fib, a Legendary Pictish Hero Who Was One of the Seven Sons of Craithne. Variations
Innes  (Scottish)
Surname Derived from the Name of a Barony in the Former County of Moray in Northeastern Scotland. Innes is Derived from the Gaelic Innis (Island). (In-nes)
Lorraine  (Scottish)
A Surname Derived from the Name of a Province in Eastern France Which is Derived from the Latin Lotharingia (Territory of the People of Lothar). Variations: Lorane. Short Forms: Lori, Lorri. (Lor-rane
Pascal  (French)
Easter Child, Lamb
Pascal  (French)
Born on Easter
Pascala  (French)
Born at Easter
Pascale  (French)
Passover,Easter
Pascale  (French)
Born at Easter
Pascaline  (French)
Born at Easter
Pascha  (Slavic)
To Pass Over, Born on Easter
Pasclina  (French)
Born at Easter
Pascoe  (French)
Variant of Pascal: of Easter
Pascual  (French)
Born on Easter
Pasha  (Russian)
Easter
Pasha  (Greek)
Born at Easter
Pasha  (Greek)
To Pass Over, Born on Easter
Pasquale  (French)
Born on Easter
Pesha  (Greek)
Born at Easter
Saba  (Muslim)
Eastern Wind
Sabaa  (Muslim)
Variant of Saba: Eastern Wind
Sterling  (German)
Of High Quality; Pure. Also Variant of a Name Given Pre-medieval Refiners of Silver Meaning 'Easterner'. Surname
Sterling  (English)
Of High Quality; Pure. Also Variant of a Name Given Pre-medieval Refiners of Silver Meaning 'Easterner'. Surname
Sterlyn  (German)
Of High Quality; Pure. Also Variant of a Name Given Pre-medieval Refiners of Silver Meaning 'Easterner'. Surname
Sterlyn  (English)
Of High Quality; Pure. Also Variant of a Name Given Pre-medieval Refiners of Silver Meaning Easterner
Stirling  (German)
Of High Quality; Pure. Also Variant of a Name Given Pre-medieval Refiners of Silver Meaning 'Easterner'. Surname
Stirling  (English)
Of High Quality, Pure. Also Variant of a Name Given Pre-medieval Refiners of Silver Meaning 'Easterner'
Thrand  (Norse)
Brother of Eyvind the Easterner
Udayagiri  (Hindu)
A Hill on Eastern Horizon
Wireceaster  (English)
From the Alder Forest Army Camp
Zara  (Arabic)
Eastern Splendour; Princess

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