User comments for Eitan (Meaning / History Only)

There is a no "th" sound in Hebrew. Eitan can not be derived from Ethan. It is the reverse.
― Anonymous User  12/29/2015
I have usually seen this spelled as Eytan, not Eitan (and I have known quite a few Eytans). [noted -ed]
Luanna  1/19/2008
I too have only seen Eytan and never Eitan. And yes, it's pronounced Ay-tahn not Ay-ton.
― Anonymous User  3/4/2008

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