Given Name IEVA

GENDER: Feminine

Meaning & History

Lithuanian and Latvian form of EVE. This is also the Lithuanian and Latvian word for a type of cherry tree (species Prunus padus).
OTHER LANGUAGES/CULTURES: Hawa (Arabic), Yeva (Armenian), Eve (Biblical), Eua (Biblical Greek), Chawwah (Biblical Hebrew), Eva (Biblical Latin), Eva (Bulgarian), Khava (Chechen), Eva (Croatian), Eva (Czech), Eva (Danish), Eva, Eef, Eefje, Evi (Dutch), Eva, Eve, Ava, Eveleen, Evie, Evvie (English), Eeva, Eevi (Finnish), Ève (French), Eva (Georgian), Eva, Evi (German), Eva, Evi (Greek), Chava, Hava (Hebrew), Éva, Évike (Hungarian), Eva (Icelandic), Khava (Ingush), Éabha (Irish), Eva (Italian), Eva (Norwegian), Ewa (Polish), Eva (Portuguese), Eva, Yeva (Russian), Eva (Slovak), Eva (Slovene), Eva, Evelia, Evita (Spanish), Eva (Swedish), Havva (Turkish), Efa (Welsh)

Categories

food, fruits, nature, plants, sweets, trees
Entry updated October 11, 2012