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Eagle Eye

Origin: Latin (from aquila)

Famous people with Eagle related names

1. Eagle-Eye Lanoo Cherry (b, 1971), Swedish musician
2. Arne Lindtner Næss, (b. 1944), Norwegian actor, director
3. Arnaud Boetsch (b. 1969), French tennis pro

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Eagle-related names:

  • Adler: German, “eagle”
  • Aetius: Roman; “eagle”
  • Akylas: Greek form of Aquila
  • Alerio: Latin; “eagle”
  • Ander: Swedish form of Old Norse Arnþórr, “eagle of Thor”
  • Andor: Norwegian form of Old Norse Arnþórr, “eagle of Thor”
  • Antinanco: Native American , “eagle of the sun”
  • Aquila: Latin , “eagle”
  • Aras: Lithuanian unisex , “intelligence of an eagle”
  • Arden: English unisex , “eagle valley”
  • Ári: Old Norse “eagle”
  • Arkell: Scandinavian form of Old Norse Arnkell, “eagle kettle”
  • Arnaldo: Spanish form of Latin Arnoldus, “eagle power”
  • Arnau: Catalan form of Latin Arnoldus, “eagle power”
  • Arnaud: Norman French form of German Arnwald, “eagle power”
  • Arndt: Short form of German Arnwald, “eagle power”
  • Arne: Medieval short form of English Arnold, “eagle power”
  • Árni: Old Norse, “eagle”
  • Arnkell: Old Norse, “eagle kettle”
  • Arnold: English derived from French Arnaud, “eagle power”
  • Arnwald: Frankish German, “eagle power”
  • Arvid: Scandinavian form of Old Norse Arnviðr, “eagle tree”
  • Cuauhtémoc: Aztec, “falling eagle”
  • Earnweald: Anglo-Saxon, “eagle power”
  • Ernold: English: “the valley of eagles”
  • Ethon: “burning, fiery;” giant eagle in Greek mythology
  • Orel: Jewish, “eagle”

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