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Meaning of the Name Eneas

The first name Eneas is of Biblical, Irish, Spanish, Greek origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Biblical: Laudable
Irish: Variant of Aeneas: Praise
Spanish: Praised
Greek: Praised
Biblical: Laudable

Similar Names

Eneki | Ennis | Enos |

Related Names

Achates  (Greek)
Figure in Ancient Greek Mythology Who Was the Companion of Aeneas
Achates  (Latin)
A Friend of Aeneas
Aeneades  (Latin)
Descended from Aeneas
Aeneas  (Scottish)
Sometimes Used in Scotland As a Translation of the Gaelic 'Aonghus'
Aeneas  (Irish)
Worthy of Praise
Aeneas  (Shakespearean)
'The History of Troilus and Cressida' a Trojan Commander
Aeneas  (Greek)
Praiseworthy. Aeneas Was the Trojan Hero of Virgil's Aeneid, This Name His Been Occasionally Used Since the Renaissance
Aeneas  (Biblical)
Praised, Praiseworthy
Aeneas  (Irish)
Praise
Aeneas  (Latin)
Excellent
Anchises  (Greek)
Father of Aeneas in Ancient Greek Mythology
Anchises  (Latin)
Father of Aeneas
Ascanius  (Latin)
Son of Aeneas
Beroe  (Latin)
Traveled With Aeneas
Caieta  (Latin)
Nursed Aeneas
Eurydice  (Latin)
Wife of Aeneas
Evander  (Latin)
Fought With Aeneas
Iulus  (Latin)
Son of Aeneas
Lavena  (Latin)
Variant of Lavinia: in Classical Mythology, Lavinia Was the Daughter of King Latinus and the Wife of Trojan Hero Aeneas, Who Named the City Lavinium in Her Honour
Lavina  (Latin)
Variant of Lavinia: in Classical Mythology, Lavinia Was the Daughter of King Latinus and the Wife of Trojan Hero Aeneas, Who Named the City Lavinium in Her Honour
Lavinia  (Latin)
In Classical Mythology, Lavinia Was the Daughter of King Latinus and the Wife of Trojan Hero Aeneas, Who Named the City Lavinium in Her Honour
Palinurus  (Latin)
Pilot of Aeneas's Boat
Turnus  (Latin)
Killed by Aeneas
Vinnie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Lavinia: in Classical Mythology, Lavinia Was the Daughter of King Latinus and the Wife of Trojan Hero Aeneas, Who Named the City Lavinium in Her Honour
Vinny  (Latin)
Diminutive of Lavinia: in Classical Mythology, Lavinia Was the Daughter of King Latinus and the Wife of Trojan Hero Aeneas, Who Named the City Lavinium in Her Honour

Additional Names

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