(And as amusing as they are to say, I'll be skipping some of the OE options that don't translate well into Modern English, like Evergrim and Everbald ;) )
- Everald (EV-er-ald, English)--from OE/Germanic, "boar power". Another form is Everaldo (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese).
- Everard (EV-er-ard, English)--from OE/Germanic, "strong boar". Another form is Everardo (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese). [the original form of Everett]
- Everelm (EV-er-elm, [medieval] English)--from OE/Germanic, "boar helmet"
- Everin (EH-veh-reen, [archaic] Swedish)--diminutive of Evert and other Ever-names, pretty much all of which are from OE/Germanic eofor/ebur, "boar"
- Evermund (EV-er-mund, Old English)--"boar protection"
- Everold (EH-ver-ohlt, Germanic)--"friendly boar"
- Evert (AY-vert, EH-vert, Dutch, German, Swedish)--form of Everard/Everett
- Everulf (EV-er-ulf, Old English)--"boar-wolf"
- Everwin (EV-er-win, [medieval] English)--from OE/Germanic, "boar friend"
- Everalda (ev-eh-RAHLD-dah, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese)--feminine of Everaldo
- Everarda (ev-eh-RAHR-dah, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese)--feminine of Everardo/Everard
- Everild (EV-er-ild, Old English)--"boar battle". Latinized form is Everilda (also the modern Spanish & Italian form).
- Everina (ev-eh-REE-nah, English, Scandinavian)--feminine of Evert/Everett or other Ever-names. Another form is Everine (Scandinavian).
- Everta (eh-VEHR-tah, Swedish)--feminine of Evert/Everett. Another form is Everdina (Dutch).
- Everdon (EV-er-don)--"boar hill". Another form is Eversden.
- Everest/Everist (EV-er-est)--from the area Évreux in France, prob. from Gaulish eburo, "yew". Another form is Everiss. [the mountain was named after a geographer with the surname Everest]
- Everick (EV-er-ik)--prob. "boar ruler" [presumably a patronymic from something like Everic/Eoforic/Eberich, but with the exception of one early medieval King Eboric, I can't find any records of those or similar actually being used]
- Everill/Everall/Everell (EV-er-ell)--prob. matronymic from Everild
- Evers (EV-ers)--patronymic from Everard or another Ever-name
- Eversley (EV-ers-lee)--"boar field" or "Ever/Eofor's field"
- Everson (EV-er-son)--patronymic from Everard or another Ever-name
- Everton (EV-er-ton)--"boar town"