OTHER SCRIPTS: Ευα (Ancient Greek)
Meaning & History
Form of חַוָּה (Chawwah)
) used in the Greek translation of Old Testament
is also translated as Zoe
in the Greek Old Testament.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Hawa (Arabic), Yeva (Armenian), Eve (Biblical), Chawwah (Biblical Hebrew), Eva (Biblical Latin), Eva (Bulgarian), Eva (Croatian), Eva (Czech), Eva (Danish), Eva (Dutch), Eva, Eve, Ava, Eveleen, Evie, Evvie (English), Eeva, Eevi (Finnish), Ève, Eve (French), Eva (Georgian), Eva (German), Chava, Hava (Hebrew), Éva, Évike (Hungarian), Éabha (Irish), Eva (Italian), Ieva (Latvian), Ieva (Lithuanian), Eva (Macedonian), Eva (Norwegian), Ewa (Polish), Eva (Portuguese), Eva, Yeva (Russian), Eva (Slovene), Eva, Evelia, Evita (Spanish), Eva (Swedish), Havva (Turkish), Efa (Welsh) |