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Egle is a Greek name, she is one of the three Graces and it means "splendour, brightness". It's feminine and it is used in Italy. You can find it in the form of "Aglaia".
-- mikaci  7/16/2005
It is Eglė, not Egle, and it is really Lithuanian, not Greek. :)
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-- monie  6/1/2007
Means "spruce tree" in Lithuanian. Not "fir tree", in Lithuanian "fir tree" is "kėnis" and is not used as a personal name. [noted -ed]
-- Tomkas  10/19/2013
Eglė actually means pine in Lithuanian, not spruce. I am learning the language and I know the legend of Eglė Žalčių Karalienė quite well. That story explains how the pine tree, amongst others, came to be, which is why the word Eglė means pine.
-- SilverDolphin218  10/16/2016

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