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Origin: Slovakia
Region Origin: Eastern Europe

Eva is a gender-neutral name with its origins in Hebrew and Greek, meaning "life," "to live," or "to breathe". It is the Latinate counterpart of the English name Eve, which is derived from the Hebrew חַוָּה (Chava/Hava), also meaning "life" or "living one". The name is related to Eve, the first woman on Earth and the mother of humankind in the Jewish Bible and the Christian Bible's Old Testament. Additionally, the name is connected to the Greek name Evangeline, giving it an alternative meaning of "bearer of good news". The name Eva has significant religious and mythological references. In Christianity, Eva is often seen as the Latin equivalent of the biblical figure Eve, who was the first woman, created by God from the rib of Adam. The name is also a variant of Eve, which signifies "mother" or "full of life". In various languages, Eva is considered the standard biblical form of Eve, making it a popular choice for many parents.

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