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Common misspellings for Ellis:


Ellis \e(l)-lis\

kind, benevolent
Ellis as a boy's name is pronounced EL-iss. It is of English origin. Anglicization of Elias, from Elijah. Modern use is often a transferred use of the surname. In Wales the name is used as an anglicized form of the Old Welsh name Elisud, which derives from "elus" meaning "kind, benevolent". Ellis Bell was the pseudonym used by Emily Bronte; when she first began publishing, she chose a name that could be considered masculine.
Elois, Elis.
Elliss, Ellyce.

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Examples of usage for Ellis:

  1. Mr. Ellis was in those days not by any means the prosperous merchant he is today. – Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer by W. C. Scully
  2. In the afternoon or evening he generally went round to the house where the girl, Mary Ann Ellis was now so far recovered that she could sit propped up in bed for an hour or so; and he would have a chat with her and her landlady, and a cup of tea, with bread and butter- for which he privately paid. – The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols by William Black
  3. " They're always that way until you run 'em down," grinned Ellis – Brand Blotters by William MacLeod Raine