Origin: English / Tolkien
Meaning: “Delightful charger; horse lover.”
Pronunciation: The first syllable of Eowyn sounds like “eh-ah,” with the “ah” just barely pronounced. The y in the second syllable is the same sound as the German letter ü or the French u.
(eh-ah-weun) [French u]
In the films it is pronounced (EY-oh-win)
Nicknames: Eo, Wyn
Detail: J.R.R. Tolkien created the name Eowyn using elements from Old English. In the Old English language the word eoh (or eh) means “war-horse, charger” while wyn means “delight, pleasure.”