ELEN
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: Welsh
Meaning & History
Welsh form of HELEN. This was the name of a 4th-century Welsh saint. It also appears in the Mabinogion, a collection of tales from Welsh myth, belonging to a woman who built the roads in Wales.
Related Names
VARIANT: Elin
OTHER LANGUAGES: Shelena (African American), Helena, Helene (Ancient Greek), Elena (Bulgarian), Helena, Jelena, Elena, Jela, Jelica, Jelka (Croatian), Helena, Alena, Lenka (Czech), Elin, Helena, Helene, Eli, Ella, Lena, Lene (Danish), Heleen, Helena, Heleentje (Dutch), Ellen, Helen, Helena, Ella, Elle, Ellie, Elly, Hellen, Lena, Nell, Nelle, Nellie, Nelly (English), Helena, Leena (Estonian), Eliina, Elina, Helena, Ella, Heleena, Heli, Leena (Finnish), Hélène (French), Elene (Georgian), Elena, Helena, Helene, Alena, Lena, Lene, Leni (German), Elene, Eleni (Greek), Helen, Helena, Helene (Greek Mythology), Heléna (Hungarian), Léan (Irish), Elena (Italian), Helēna, Jeļena (Latvian), Elena (Lithuanian), Elena (Macedonian), Elin, Helena, Helene, Eli, Ella, Lena, Lene (Norwegian), Helena, Lena (Polish), Helena, Lena (Portuguese), Elena, Ileana, Lenuța (Romanian), Elena, Yelena, Alyona, Lena (Russian), Jelena, Jela, Jelica, Jelka (Serbian), Helena, Alena, Lenka (Slovak), Helena, Jelena, Alena, Alenka, Elena, Jela, Jelica, Jelka (Slovene), Elena, Ileana, Iliana (Spanish), Elin, Elina, Helena, Helene, Ella, Lena (Swedish), Olena, Lesya (Ukrainian)