Meaning & History
Possibly a Romanian variant of HELEN
. In Romanian folklore this is the name of a princess kidnapped by monsters and rescued by a heroic knight.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Shelena (African American), Helena, Helene (Ancient Greek), Elena (Bulgarian), Helena, Jelena, Elena, Jela, Jelica, Jelka (Croatian), Helena, Alena, Ilona, Lenka (Czech), Elin, Helena, Helene, Eli, Ella, Lena, Lene (Danish), Heleen, Helena, Heleentje (Dutch), Elaine, Ellen, Helen, Helena, Ella, Elle, Ellie, Elly, Hellen, Lainey, Laney, Lena, Nelda, Nell, Nella, Nelle, Nellie, Nelly (English), Helena, Leena (Estonian), Eliina, Elina, Helena, Heleena, Heli, Ilona, Leena (Finnish), Hélène (French), Elene (Georgian), Elena, Helena, Helene, Alena, Ilona, Lena, Lene, Leni (German), Elene, Eleni (Greek), Helen, Helena, Helene (Greek Mythology), Heléna, Ili, Ilka, Ilona, Ilonka (Hungarian), Léan (Irish), Elena (Italian), Helēna, Jeļena, Ilona (Latvian), Elena, Ilona (Lithuanian), Elena (Macedonian), Elin, Helena, Helene, Eli, Ella, Lena, Lene (Norwegian), Helena, Ilona, Lena (Polish), Helena, Lena (Portuguese), Elena, Yelena, Alyona, Lena (Russian), Eilidh (Scottish), Jelena (Serbian), Helena, Alena, Lenka (Slovak), Helena, Jelena, Alena, Alenka, Elena, Jelka (Slovene), Elin, Elina, Helena, Helene, Ella, Lena, Lennie, Lenny (Swedish), Olena, Lesya (Ukrainian), Elen, Elin (Welsh), Elaine (Welsh Mythology) |