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Andrew "Ender" Wiggin is the main character of the sci-fi novel Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card.
meganmichele  8/20/2007
It sounds rather feminine to me. I would definitely not use this for a child, but it is wonderful for a fantasy story-almost dreamlike. Also, I love the meaning.
Athena Nike  7/26/2009
Huh only Turkish?
I would definitely use this as my name and it is VERY MASCULINE.
enderlord  9/3/2015
Ender is a diminutive given to Andrew Wiggin in Orson Scott Card's scifi book series, starting with the novel, Ender's Game.
― Anonymous User  1/30/2016
I think Ender sounds strong yet androgynous. I would use this as a middle name but I can see it working for a first or last name.
kidskid  2/22/2016
A famous (fictional) bearer of this name is the titular character of Orson Scott Card's 'Ender's Game'.
― Anonymous User  11/8/2017
English speakers would interpret it as meaning "one who ends [an event, situation, etc.]".
cdawg  11/25/2017
I like this name. But I think your kid would get called 'Enderman' at school.
TheKawaiiPsycho666  3/24/2018

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