Name meaning: the ground, dry land.
Origin: Old English.
Etymology: name derived from the Old English word eorthe (translated as dry land or the ground).
Note: According to some sources, the Old English word eorthe (or erthe) was originally used to translate the Latin word terra (therefore meaning the ground).
Alternative name variants: Eorthe, Eorpe, Ertha, Eirtha, Eortha.