- Mount, a mountain in S Utah. 11,522 feet (3514 meters).
- a female given name, form of Helen.
Examples from the Web for ellen
“Lady Ellen was the first person who saw the real me,” said Roome about the effect Weirich has had on her life.Inside A Finishing School for Transwomen
December 27, 2014
We worked in the cultural arena instead, with pioneers like Ellen and Will & Grace.Dear Evangelicals: You’re Being Had
November 30, 2014
In January, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf addressed the country optimistically.Liberia’s Ebola Famine
Abby Haglage, Nina Strochlic
November 13, 2014
When four were injured and one killed, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf officially lifted the quarantine.1976 Vs. Today: Ebola’s Terrifying Evolution
September 10, 2014
As Ellen DeGeneres learned with her now-famous Oscars selfie, you enlist the help of every nominee you can find.The Best Emmys Moments: Seth Meyers, Bryan Cranston, and a 'Seinfeld' Kiss
August 26, 2014
"Your imagination deceives you, my dear Almeria," said Ellen, smiling.
Ellen observed, that it was not worth while to hate, it was sufficient to avoid them.
Old Mr. Elmour's manner was also more distant, and Ellen's colder.
You go in and sit down in that chair, and Ellen'll bring you a drink of water.Meadow Grass
"It is not that, Ellen; you girls don't understand things," retorted Harry.The Channings
Mrs. Henry Wood
Word Origin and History for ellen
fem. proper name, an older form of Helen (q.v.). Its popularity among U.S. birth names peaked in 1880s and 1940s.