Baby Girl Names


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Eve may be the ultimate biblical baby name. After all, Adam and Eve were, according to Christians, the first humans on Earth. For this reason, it's been a fairly consistent name for girls since the Middle Ages. Similar names, like Eva and Evelyn, are super popular these days, so stick with Eve if you want your little one to be the only one in her kindergarten class with her own unique name.

Meaning and Origin of the name Eve:

Eve is an English girl's name of Hebrew origin meaning “to breathe,” “to live,” or “to give life.”

The name Eve originates from the Hebrew word chavah or havah (meaning “to breathe,” “life,” or “living”). In the Hebrew bible, Eve is the first woman and the wife of Adam. Eve's name in Hebrew is Chavah or Havah, which is similar to the word ḥāyâ (meaning “to live”). Adam named his wife Eve because he knew she would be the bearer of his children and give life.

Symbolism of the name Eve:

In the Bible, Eve is the name of the first woman created by God and thought to be the mother of mankind.

Nicknames for the name Eve:

Eve is a short and sweet name. Because it is a short name, there aren't any shortened versions of the name to create nicknames. There are, however, nicknames for Eve that are longer than the name. The list below has nicknames that make the name Eve sound even sweeter.

baby name Eve


Style of the name Eve:


Gender of the name Eve:

Eve is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Eve:


Number of syllables in the name Eve:


Emotion evoked from the name Eve:

Because the most famous person in history named Eve was believed to be the mother of mankind by many people, the name Eve evokes the image of someone who is strong yet caring.

Alternative spellings for the name Eve:

There aren't any alternative spellings for the name Eve.

Popularity of the name Eve:

Eve was popular during the Middle Ages, but it lost favor for hundreds of years. However, throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, it's jumped in and out of the top 1,000 baby girl names in the United States. As of 2020, it ranks as the 471st-most popular name for girls, according to the Social Security Administration.

Great middle names for Eve and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Eve:

  • Eve Jihan Coope (rapper)
  • Eve Arden (actress)
  • Eve Plumb (actress)
  • Eve Torres (wrestler)
  • Eve Queler (conductor)
  • Eve Ensler (playwright)
  • Eve Oja (mathematician)
  • Eve Harrington (main character in the film “All About Eve”)
  • Eve, Mother of All Monsters (character on the TV show “Supernatural”)
  • Colonel Eve Baird (from the TV show “The Librarians”)
  • E.V.E or Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluato (from the movie “WALL-E”)
  • Eve Baxter (character from the TV show “The Last Man Standing”)
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