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Eva is a female given name, the Latinate counterpart of English Eve, derived from a Hebrew name meaning "life" or "living one". It can also mean full of life or mother of life. It is the standard biblical form of Eve in many European languages.

Atkin is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Piers is an old English given name and surname, and has the same origins as Peter. Its meaning is 'rock, stone'.

Dobson is an English and Scottish surname.

Hanlon is a surname often associated with, but not necessarily tied to, the O'Hanlon Sept. The name may denote:

Griffin is a surname of Irish, English and Welsh origin. Griffin was the 75th most common surname on the island of Ireland in 1891. It was estimated in 2000 that Griffin is the 114th most common surname in the U.S., with a population in the order of two hundred thousand.

Lesley is a placename, given name and surname, a variant of Leslie that can be male or female name and is ultimately an anglicization of a Scottish (Gaelic) placename.

John, Johnny, or Johnnie Dawson may refer to:

Jacqueline is a female given name.

Higgins is a surname found in England and in Ireland, with several origins.

Keating is an Irish and English family name.

Leonard or Leo is a common English masculine given name and a surname.

Colin is an English-language masculine given name. It has two distinct origins:

  1. A diminutive form of "Colle", itself an Old French short form of the name Nicolas (Nicholas). This name, but not the anglicized Gaelic name, is also found in the spelling Collin. This name is formed by the Old French diminutive -in also found in Robin.
  2. An anglicized form of the Gaelic name Cuilen, Cailean, modern Irish spelling Coileáin, meaning "whelp, cub". The Old Irish word for "whelp", is cuilén. The Scottish Gaelic name is recorded in the spelling Colin from as early as the 14th century. MacCailean was a patronymic used by Clan Campbell, after Cailean Mór.

The name Brooke is a very common female given name and uncommonly a male given name, also used as a surname. The name Brooke was most popular in the early 1990s. Other forms of Brooke include Brook. The name "Brooke" is of English origin.

Leslie is a surname and given name, derived from the name of Clan Leslie. The name derives from a placename in Aberdeenshire, perhaps an anglicisation of an originally Gaelic leas celyn "holly-garden". In the United Kingdom, the name is spelled Leslie when given to boys, while for girls it is usually rendered as Lesley.

Gore is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Conway is a Welsh, Irish & Scottish surname. It can be an anglicized spelling of Conwy, of the Irish names Conbhuidhe or Ó Connmhacháin, or of the Scottish names Mac Conmheadha or Mac Connmhaigh.