This name derives From the Hebrew name “ḥawwah”, which was derived from the Hebrew word “chavvâh”, meaning "to breathe or live, living". The name has religious significance in the Judeo, Christian, Muslim tradition, after the use of Eve as the female companion of the Biblical Adam. Its use as a first name in England began in the 12th Century. “Eva”, popular in many European countries, “Eve” used as an anglicized form of Gaelic Aoife "radiant, beautiful" in Scotland and Ireland and “Evie”, usually a familiar form, now also a given name.
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