The name Eaden is quite similar to Eden, the garden of Paradise where Adam and Eve resided, according to Biblical sources. However, Eaden is a Hebrew habitation-based name. The meaning of Eaden is 'delight', 'place of pleasure', or 'paradise'. Eaden is a simple five-letter with one syllable word that is easy to pronounce. The pronunciation sounds like Iy-dahn or Ead-en. The origin of this name can be traced to the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain. The lineage of this name is based on the tribal population who lived in the Eden in Durham region. Eaden can also be a surname as it is historically a topographic surname. These types of names were given to people who lived near a physical terrain such as streams, churches, hills, or some special kind of trees. Based on their numerology value two, people with Eaden as their name are considered to be sensitive, cooperative, adaptive, peaceful, diplomatic, full of warmth, very friendly, and tactful. It is a gender-neutral name that can generally be used both for males and females.