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Meaning of the Name Eman

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The first name Eman is of Irish, Arabic origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Irish: Irish Form of Emest Serious
Arabic: Faith

Similar Names

Eaman | Eamon | Emi | EmIyn | Emo | Enam | Enan | Enon | Eoin | Euan |

Related Names

Acel  (French)
Adherent of a Nobleman
Achaius  (Irish)
Horseman
Airell  (Celtic)
Nobleman
Alemana  (Hawaiian)
Warrior
Alexander  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Alexander Iden, a Kentish Gentleman. 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' Servant to Cressida
Amana  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Alemana: Warrior
Ancel  (French)
Variant of Ansel: Follower; One Who Follows a Nobleman
Ancil  (French)
Adherent of a Nobleman
Angus  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Macbeth' a Nobleman of Scotland
Ansel  (French)
Adherent of a Nobleman
Ansell  (French)
Adherent of a Nobleman
Anselm  (French)
Variant of Ansel: Follower; One Who Follows a Nobleman
Apemantus  (Shakespearean)
'The Life of Timon of Athens' a Flattering Lord, and a Churlish Philosopher
Aremana  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Alemana: Warrior
Ashwini  (Hindu)
Horseman; Name of a Constellation; Also Name of a Month in the Hindu Calendar
Baptista  (Shakespearean)
'The Taming of the Shrew' Baptista Minola, a Gentleman of Padua
Beeman  (English)
Variant of Beaman: Beekeeper
Beornham  (English)
From the Nobleman's Home
Berkeley  (Shakespearean)
'King Richard the Second' Earl Berkeley. 'King Richard Iii' a Gentleman Attending on Lady Anne
Blake  (Scottish)
Dark; Dark-haired. Can Also Mean the Reverse: 'Fair; Pale.' Blakeman
Brice  (Anglo Saxon)
Son of a Nobleman
Brice  (English)
Son of a Nobleman
Bryce  (Anglo Saxon)
Son of a Nobleman
Bryce  (English)
Son of a Nobleman
Bryson  (American)
Grandson of a Nobleman
Caithness  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Macbeth' a Nobleman of Scotland
Casnar  (Welsh)
Legendary Nobleman
Cheval  (French)
Horseman; Knight. an Abbreviation of Chevalier. Actor-comedian Chevy Chase
Chevalier  (French)
Horseman; Knight
Chevell  (French)
Horseman; Knight. an Abbreviation of Chevalier. Actor-comedian Chevy Chase
Chevy  (French)
Horseman; Knight. an Abbreviation of Chevalier. Actor-comedian Chevy Chase
Claudio  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' a Servant to Brutus. 'Measure for Measure' a Young Gentleman. 'Much Ado About Nothing' a Young Lord of Florence
Clemance  (French)
Merciful
Coleman  (Irish)
Dove
Coleman  (English)
Dove; Dark Skinned
Colemann  (English)
Dark Skinned
Colman  (Irish)
Dove (Coleman)
Colman  (English)
Variant of Coleman: Dove; Dark Skinned
Curio  (Shakespearean)
'Twelfth Night', Also Called 'What You Will' Gentleman Attending on the Duke
Deman  (Anglo Saxon)
Judge
Deman  (Dutch)
Tame
Dheemant  (Hindu)
Variant of Dhimani: Intelligent; Smart
Diarmad  (Gaelic)
A Gaelic Name of Uncertain Derivation, Diarmad is Thought to Be from the Elements Di (Without) and Airmit (Injunction): Hence, 'Freeman.' Anglicized Forms: Dermid, Dermot, Diarmid
Eachan  (Irish)
Horseman
Earl  (Anglo Saxon)
Nobleman, Chief
Earl  (English)
Nobleman. Based on the English Title of Earl. Famous Bearer: Jazz Pianist Earl 'Fatha' Hines
Earl  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Pledge, Nobleman
Emanuel  (Hebrew)
God is With Us
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Additional Names

Laciann | Marybell | Gaby | Mene | Lenci | Achim | Montae | Pazit | Alson | Cwentun | Ivah | Borak | Harjas | Palash | Finian |