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Spell Check of esther

Correct spelling: esther

Common misspellings for esther:

  • esthers (56%)
  • eshter (17%)
  • esteher (11%)
  • esher (6%)
  • ethier (6%)
  • easther (6%)
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Esther \e-sther, es-ther\

myrtle leaf
Esther as a girl's name is pronounced ESS-ter. It is of Persian origin, and the meaning of Esther is "myrtle leaf". Also possibly (Persian) "star". Biblical: a young Hebrew woman named Hadassah who became the wife of the Persian king Ahasuerus, and risked her life to save her people. Jews celebrate the festival of Purim in memory of her. The name may also be a Hebrew form of the name of the Persian goddess of love, Ishtar. Ester is a Spanish form. Swimming actress Esther Williams; cosmetics pioneer Estee Lauder.
Related names:
Asta, Easter, Estelle, Hadassah, Starla.
Wister, Astera, Astrea, Estrid, Astryr.
Hittie, Essie, Essy, Esta, Estee, Ester, Estera, Ettey, Etti, Ettie, Etty, Hester, Hesther, Hetty.

Examples of usage for esther:

  1. George Moore: Esther Waters. "The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society" , Upton Sinclair.
  2. " Say, Esther, where does your husband go every night? "Command" , William McFee.
  3. And as they crossed the road he put his hand on her shoulder while Esther moved on ahead in the dusk to prepare the evening meal. "Command" , William McFee.

Quotes for esther:

  1. Which Esther Williams do you want to hear about? - Esther Williams