eva (not comparable)

  1. Eye dialect spelling of ever#English|ever.



  1. (space) Initialism of extravehicular activity
  2. (organic compound) ethylene-vinyl acetate
  3. Initialism of extreme value analysis
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Proper noun
  1. A female given name.
    • 1951 Agatha Christie, Mrs. McGinty's Dead, Bantam Books (1988), ISBN 0553350595, page 150:
      "Eve," said Poirot thoughtfully. "The fashions in names change, do they not? Hardly ever, nowadays, do you hear of an Eva. But Eve, it is popular."
    • 2013 Maggie O'Farrell, Instructions for a Heatwave, Tinder Press, ISBN 9780755358786, page 79:
      Mrs Saunders referred to Aoife throughout this talk as 'Eva' and when Gretta corrected her, Mrs Saunders replied that didn't Gretta think it would be better 'for everyone' to use what she termed 'the proper spelling' of the name? If only to give Eva a better chance of learning to write it?
  2. The anime Neon Genesis Evangelion.
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