• MountEllen A peak, 3,514.2 m (11,522 ft) high, of southern Utah.

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Ellen is a female given name, a diminutive of Elizabeth, Eleanor and Helen. Ellen is the 666th most popular name in the U.S. and the 17th in Sweden (2004).
People named Ellen include:

Ellen Alaküla (1927–2011), Estonian actress
Ellen Palmer Allerton (1835–1893), American poet
Ellen Allien (born 1969), German electronic musician and music producer
Ellen Anckarsvärd (1833-1898), Swedish feminist
Ellen Auerbach (1906–2004), German-born American photographer
Ellen S. Baker (born 1953), American physician and astronaut
Ellen Barkin (born 1954), American actress
Ellen Bass (born 1947), American poet and author
Ellen Bontje (born 1958), Dutch equestrian
Ellen Burka (1921–2016), Dutch and Canadian figure skater and coach
Ellen Burstyn (born 1932), American actress
Ellen Carter (1762-1815), English artist
Ellen Cleghorne (born 1965), American comedian and actress
Ellen Corby (1911–1999), American actress
Ellen Craft (1826–1891), American fugitive slave and abolitionist
Ellen Craswell (1932-2008), American politician
Ellen ten Damme (born 1967), Dutch actress and musician
Ellen DeGeneres (born 1958) American comedian, actress, and talk-show host
Ellen van Dijk (born 1987), Dutch road and track cyclist
Ellen Dissanayake (born c.1935), American anthropologist and author
Ellen Albertini Dow (1913–2015), American actress and drama coach
Ellen Elzerman (born 1971), Dutch swimmer
Ellen Estes (born 1978), American water polo player
Ellen Foley (born 1951), American singer and actress
Ellen Fries (1855-1900), Swedish feminist and writer, first woman to be awarded a PhD in Sweden
Ellen Gallagher (born 1965), American artist
Ellen Geer (born 1941), American actress, acting teacher and theatre director
Ellen Gilchrist (born 1935), American novelist, short story writer, and poet
Ellen Glasgow (1873–1975), American novelist
Ellen Greene (born 1951), American singer and actress
Ellen Day Hale (1855–1940), American impressionist painter and printmake
Ellen 't Hoen (born 1960), Dutch lawyer and Médecins sans Frontières director
Ellen Hollman (born 1983), American actress
Ellen Hogerwerf (born 1989), Dutch rower
Ellen Hoog (born 1986), Dutch field hockey player
Ellen Horn (born 1951), Norwegian ctress, theater director, and politician
Ellen Jansen (born 1992), Dutch footballer
Ellen Jens (born 1941), Dutch television director and producer
Ellen Johnson (born 1955), American civil rights activist
Ellen Kaarma (1928-1973), Estonian actress
Ellen Key (1849-1926), Swedish feminist writer and suffragette
Ellen Kooi (born 1962), Dutch artist and photographer,
Ellen Kuipers (born 1971), Dutch field hockey player
Ellen J. Kullman (born 1956), American business executive, CEO of DuPont
Ellen Kuzwayo (1914–2006), South African women's rights activist and politician
Ellen van Langen (born 1966), Dutch middle distance runner
Ellen Liiger (1918–1987), Estonian actress
Ellen MacArthur (born 1976), British yachtswoman
Ellen van Maris (born 1957), Dutch bodybuilder
Ellen McIlwaine (born 1945), American musician
Ellen McLain (born 1952), American voice actress
Ellen Meijers (born c.1971), Dutch video game music composer
Ellen Muth (born 1981), American actress
Ellen Nikolaysen (born 1951), Norwegian actress
Ellen Ochoa (born 1958), American engineer and astronaut
Ellen Osiier (1890–1962), Danish Olympic fencing foil champion
Ellen Page (born 1987), Canadian actress
Ellen Pao (born 1970), American lawyer, former CEO of Reddit
Ellen Perez (1868–1954), Australian tennis player
Ellen Petri (born 1982), Belgian beauty pageant
Ellen Pompeo (born 1969), American actress
Ellen Preis (Ellen Müller-Preis) (1912–2007), German-born Austrian Olympic champion foil fencer
Ellen Swallow Richards (1842–1911), American industrial and environmental chemist
Ellen Roche (born 1979), Brazilian actress and model
Ellen Roosevelt (1868–1954), American tennis player
Ellen Sauerbrey (born 1937), American politician
Ellen Browning Scripps (1836–1932), American journalist and philanthropist
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (born 1938), President of Liberia
Ellen Tauscher (born 1951), American politician, Under Secretary of State
Ellen Terry (1847-1928), English stage actress
Ellen Travolta (born 1940), American actress
Ellen von Unwerth (born 1954), German photographer and director,
Ellen Van Loy (born 1980), Belgian cyclo-cross cyclist
Ellen Venker (born 1983), Dutch softball player
Ellen Vogel (1922–2015), Dutch actress
Ellen van der Weijden-Bast (born 1971), Dutch water polo player
Ellen G. White (1827-1915), American co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and author
Ellen Willmott (1858–1934), English horticulturalist
Ellen Axson Wilson (1860–1914), American first lady
Ellen Wilson (born 1976), American judoka
Ellen van Wolde (born 1954), Dutch biblical scholar
Ellen Wong (born 1985), Canadian actress
Ellen Taaffe Zwilich (born 1939), American classical music composer

Example Sentences

  • ELLEN: Surprisingly, Ellen outsmarted both the FBI and Patty.

  • Fergus opened her door, then walked her down the pier, unlocking a gate, and headed toward a sailboat with the name Ellen Cole II painted on the side.

  • "She has failed to reconcile the nation; reconciliation is a word Ellen does not use anymore," said Charles Brumskine, a former senator and presidential candidate for the opposition Liberty Party.

  • Draper, 25, uses her show, which she describes as "Ellen DeGeneres with a splash of pink," to unearth the human side of tech and business leaders by egging them on to engage in goofy stunts with her.

  • "Ellen" is an anime-looking voluptuous mannequin that's been adapted to house a PC.

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