Helen's International Variations

Helen is a girl's name with a long and legendary history. Meaning "the bright one" in Greek, she was the beautiful queen in Homer's Iliad. Here are her many foreign variations.
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  • Eliana

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    Eliana is a lilting, rhythmic choice, which has begun to catch on here along with many other El-starting names; it is now just outside the Top 100 and rising. One celebrity who chose it for his... Read More 

  • Elin

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    The Elin variation makes an old favorite sleeker and more modern. Elin came to prominence via the ex-Mrs.Tiger Woods. It entered the US Top 1000 in 2010, though it's now in danger of dropping off.Read More 

  • Elina

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  • Elina

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  • Eliora

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    Eliora is a melodic name ripe with vowel sounds. Read More 

  • Ellen

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    An Old English form of Helen, the sensitive but clear-eyed Ellen has swung in and out of style for centuries, often alternating with the parent name. Ellen was the more common in medieval England,... Read More 

  • Ellin

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  • Elna

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  • Elya

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    A Slavic variation of Helen that might make an unusual update of that classic name.Read More 

  • Ena

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    Baby names that started off as diminutives -- Ena, Ita, Etta -- seem too insubstantial for a modern female. Read More 

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