Medieval form of Einold, Enewald, a saint with a local cult in southern Finland; from Germanic agin "edge, point ( of a weapon)" + wald "rule". Revived in the 19th century and later also used as a short form of Einari.
- IPA: /ˈei̯no/
- Hyphenation: Ei‧no
- A male given name.
Declension of Eino (type valo)
Formerly very rare, but made famous by the national poet Eino Leino (1878-1926). The most popular first name for men born in Finland in 1904-1917.