E Letter Name Meanings Dictionary
“E”, being the second vowel, is a particularly strong letter. It represents the five senses. This makes the bearer of this letter more tactile. They enjoy others company and the fine art of communication but they also love being alone. You are freedom-loving, sensual and enthusiastic. You believe strongly in falling in love … in fact, you may do it quite often! You are outgoing and the life of the party, but you are also very keen and a hard one to fool. You can see a situation from many different sides. You always find a crowd around an “E” because they are both entertaining and amusing.
They have the knack for taking you away from your troubles for a moment giving you a brief respite in a serious world. Delightful people, they tend to build you up, not bring you down. Although they love people, they also like their freedom. Not wanting to be fenced in is their motto. Independent by nature they go through life allowing themselves to be touched but not held. When a love becomes too restricting, they tend to push the lover away.
Dexterous people, they can do almost anything in ways of repair around the house. Versatile in their thinking and in business, they are skillful at making the most of opportunities. Some might even call an “E” intellectual. Their thoughtful attitude lends to complete and total awareness of their surroundings and those of others. Creative and idealistic, they look not only for a better world but to help construct it themselves.
Although “E’s” are impulsive, they do so by instinct. With a clairvoyant glance, they look into the future and come up with innovative ideas. Making great inventors, they help mankind to bigger and better things. When an “E” is the first vowel in a name, the name wearer will have an exciting life. Three or more “E’s can make a person nervous and temperamental. This is especially compounded when the first vowel is also the “E”. A negative “E” is unreliable and fickle. Conceit can creep in and cripple this person’s ability to function in a crowd. Their sarcastic words chase away the very people they want to impress.