Estonian Submitted Names

Estonian names are used in the country of Estonia in northern Europe.
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AABELmEstonian
Estonian form of Abel.
AADAMmMuslim, Estonian
Muslim and Estonian form of Adam.
AADImEstonian
Estonian form of Adolf.
AADOmEstonian
Estonian short form of Adam or Adolf.
AALfEstonian
Estonian variant of Aale.
AALEfEstonian
Estonian form of Alla and Estonian diminutive of Rosalia.
AAREmEstonian
From Estonian aare "treasure".
AASAfEstonian
Derived from Estonian aas "meadow".
AAVOmEstonian
Estonian short form of Avraham.
ADOmEstonian, Bosnian
Estonian variant of Aadu and Bosnian diminutive of Adnan.
AETfEstonian
Estonian cognate of Agatha.
AGAATEfEstonian
Estonian form of Agatha.
AIGARmEstonian
Origin obscure, possibly a phonetic coinage (e.g., using the ai prefix sound found in Aivar; compare Aive). This was first recorded in the early 20th century. Though Julius Mägiste (1936) suggests Finnish origin, the name is unknown in Finland (compare however dialectal Karelian aiga meaning "time" - of which the Northern Sami cognate áige is found in ancient personal names such as Áigesárri).
AIMURmEstonian
Estonian form of Aimo.
AINmEstonian
Estonian short form of Johannes.
AINEfEstonian
Estonian form of Aini.
AIRAfLatvian, Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. It may be derived from airene "ryegrass", or a contracted form of Airisa, or a modern coinage with no set meaning.
AIREfEstonian
Estonian variant of Airi.
AIRIfFinnish, Estonian
From Finnish airut meaning "messenger, herald".
AITAfEstonian
Feminine Estonian name, inspired by 19th century literary usages, either from aitama meaning "to help" or a variant form of the name Agatha.
AIVARmEstonian
Estonian form of Ivar.
AIVEfEstonian
Feminine form of Aivar, an Estonian variant of Aivars.
AIVIfEstonian
Variant of Aive.
AIVOmEstonian
Short form of Aivar.
AKSELLAfEstonian (Rare)
Estonian feminine form of Aksel.
ALARmEstonian
Estonian form of Alaric
ALARImEstonian
Variant of Alar.
ALDImEstonian
Estonian form of Aldo.
ALEVmEstonian
Possibly derived from Estonian alev meaning "burough".
ALGOmEstonian
Estonian form of Algot.
ALIIDEfEstonian
Variant of Alide.
ALIISEfEstonian
Estonian form of Alice.
ALLARmEstonian
Variant transcription of Alar.
ALVERmAncient Scandinavian, Estonian, Old Swedish
Old Swedish and younger form of AlvéR and Old Norse variant of Alfr.
ANDIf & mEnglish, Estonian, Croatian
Variant of Andy.
ANDRAfLatvian, Estonian (Modern)
Latvian feminine form of Andris and Estonian modern feminine form of Andres.
ANTImEstonian
Short form of Andreas. Compare Finnish Antti.
ANTSmEstonian
Short form of Johannes.
AREmNorwegian, Estonian
Modern form of Ari (2). In Norway it has been used predominantly in the regions Aust-Agder and Rogaland (after the Protestant Reformation).
ARMIIDAfFinnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Armida.
ARSENIUSEmEstonian
Estonian form of Arsenius.
ASKOmFinnish, Estonian, Frisian
Finnish dialectal pet form of Andreas, Finnish dialectal pet form of Asarja, Finnish form of Askold or a Frisian variant form of Aske.
ASMAfEstonian
Estonian feminine form of Erasmus.
ATSmEstonian
Ats is an old Estonian name for men. It also might be short for Adam, Adolf, Andreas, Hans.... [more]
AULIfEstonian
Estonian diminutive of Aurelia.
DAANIELmEstonian
Estonian form of Daniel.
DOORAfEstonian
Estonian form of Dora.
EBEfEstonian
Short form of names beginning with the Germanic element eber meaning "wild boar", making it an Estonian cognate of Ebba. It is also sometimes used as a short form of Eliisabet.
EEDITfFinnish, Estonian
Estonian variant and Finnish form of Edith.
EEGOmEstonian
Estonian invented name.
EFROSIINEfEstonian
Estonian form of Euphrosyne.
EILIfEstonian
From Norwegian Eili or Finnish Eila.
EIVENmSami, Estonian
Variant of Eivin.
ELARImEstonian
An Estonian masculine name.
ELIISEfEstonian
Estonian form of Elise.
ELOfEstonian
Estonian diminutive of Eliisabet or Ellen, nowadays associated with the word elu meaning "life".
ELVIfFinnish, Estonian
Short form of Elviira.
ENDELmEstonian
Estonian masculine form of Endla.
ENDLAfEstonian
Estonian name derived from the name of a lake, famous in folk poetry, and a nature reserve in Jõgeva parish, Estonia. It is ultimately derived from the medieval personal names Ent, Endo, possibly diminutives of Hendrik or Andres.
ENDOmEstonian
Estonian form of Endor.
ENEfEstonian
Form of Anu or Anne, or possibly from Henrika (compare Enn, derived from Hendrik). From 1940-60, Ene was one of Estonia's 20 most popular names.
ENELIfEstonian
Combination of Ene with the syllable -li- from Eliisabet (compare Anelie).
ENNmEstonian
Medieval variant of Hendrik.
ENNEfEstonian
Estonian form of Enna.
EPPfEstonian
Either derived from Estonian hepp meaning "lively" or a variant of Ebe.
EREmEstonian
Variant of Are.
EREfEstonian
Means "bright" in Estonian.
ESMIfEstonian, Dutch (Rare)
Possibly a form of Esmé.
EVIfDutch, Estonian, German
Dutch variant spelling of Evie and Estonian form of Eva.... [more]
GERLIfEstonian
Variant of Kerli.
GETTERfEstonian
Meaning uncertain, perhaps related to Margareeta. Famous bearers are pop star Getter Jaani (1993-) and football player Getter Laar (1989-).
HÄIDIfEstonian
Estonian form of Heidi.
HÄRMIfEstonian
The name is possibly derived from the Estonian 'härmas', meaning "frosty."... [more]
HEDEfEstonian
Estonian short form of Hedwig.
HEIKImEstonian
Estonian form of Heikki.
HEILIfEstonian
Variant of Eili.
HELBEfEstonian
From helbe, the genitive case of Estonian helve "flake" (see Helve).
HELDURfEstonian
Estonian form of Hildur.
HELEfEstonian
Short form of Helena or from Estonian hele ''bright, clear, light''.
HELGOmEstonian
Estonian form of Helge.
HELIfEstonian
Heli in Estonian means sound, particularly a pleasant sound like on made by bells. ... [more]
HELJUfEstonian
Variant of Helja.
HELLfEstonian
Shortened form of Hella.
HELLEfEstonian
Estonian form of Helena.
HELMEfEstonian
Variant of Helmi. It is also a place name in Estonia and Germany.
HELVEfEstonian
Estonian feminine derived from the word helves meaning "snow flake, fluff".
HENNmEstonian
Short form of Heinrich.
HENNOmEstonian
Estonian form of Heinrich.
HIIEfEstonian
From Estonian hiie meaning "sacred grove".
HILJUfEstonian
Estonian form of Hilja.
HILLEfEast Frisian, Estonian, German (Rare), German (Silesian, Rare)
Short form of names containing the element hild, for example Mathilda.... [more]
HINGEfEstonian
The name is derived from the Estonian 'hing' meaning “soul.”
HINGIfEstonian
Variant of Hinge.
ILLEfEstonian
From dialectal baby talk ill (“lamb”) or illi (“good”). Also a variant of Hille.
ILLIMARmEstonian
Estonian form of Ilmarinen.
ILMARmEstonian
Estonian form of Elmer or the Estonian form of Ilmari
ILMEfEstonian
Cognate of Ilma.
ILOfEstonian
Feminine given name derived from the name of a minor goddess of feasts, via the Estonian ilu meaning "beauty" but also possibly the word ilo meaning "delight, joy, happiness", the Livonian word īla meaning "nature" or the Pite Sami word âllo meaning "urge".
IMBIfEstonian
Estonian form of Impi.
INDAfEstonian
Estonian feminine name, derived from the word inda meaning 'enthusiasm, zeal'. Alternatively, it may be a short form of Linda.
INGELfEstonian
Means "angel" in Estonian.
INNARmEstonian
Masculine form of Inna.
INTmEstonian
Short form of Heinrich.
JAAGUmEstonian
Estonian short form of Jaagup.
JAANIKAfEstonian, Finnish
Feminine form of Jaan (from John).
JAANOmEstonian
Variant form of Jaan.
JAANUSmEstonian
Estonian form of Janus.
JAKOmEstonian
Short form of Jakob.
JANNOmEstonian (Rare), Dutch (Rare), West Frisian (Rare), German (Rare)
Estonian variant of Jaan as well as a Dutch and West Frisian variant of Janne, all of which are names that are ultimately derived from the Hebrew name Yochanan (see John).
JASMIINfEstonian
Estonian form of Jasmine.
JETEfLatvian, Estonian
Diminutive of Henriete and a variant of Jet.
JULIKAfGerman, Literature, Estonian, Croatian, Serbian, Hungarian, Slovene
Hungarian diminutive of Julia, occasionally used in German-speaking countries.... [more]
JULVEfEstonian
Estonian form of Julia.
JÜRGOmEstonian
Male name, a derivate from estonian name Jüri which originates from Gregorius (George).
JÜRImEstonian
Estonian form of George.
JUTAfEstonian
Estonian variant of Judith.
JUUDITfEstonian
Estonian form of Judith.
JUULIKAfEstonian
Diminutive of Juuli.
KAARELmEstonian
Estonian form of Karl.
KAARIfEstonian, Finnish (Rare)
Finnish and Estonian form of Kari.
KADRINfEstonian
Estonian feminine elaborated form of Kadri.
KAHRUmEstonian
From Proto-Finnic karhu, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European h₂ŕ̥tḱos meaning “bear”.
KAIfEstonian
Possibly a short form of Katariina.
KAIDEfEstonian
Variant of Kaidi.
KAIDIfEstonian
Short form of Katariina.
KAIDOmEstonian
Masculine Estonian name possibly derived from kai meaning "quay, wharf".
KAIDUmEstonian
Estonian variant of Kaido.
KAIEfEstonian
Short form of Katariina.
KAIRAfLatvian, Estonian
Derived from Latvian kaira "passionate".
KAIRIfEstonian
Either an elaboration of Kai or a variant of Kaira.
KAIRITfEstonian
Not available
KAIROmEstonian
Masculine form of Kaira.
KALJOmEstonian
Early 20th century invention from the given name Kalju, also in the biblical sense as a translation of Peter.
KALLIfEstonian, English
Kalli is an Estonian female name, with a name day on December 15th. ... [more]
KALLISfEstonian (Rare)
Derived from the Estonian term of endearment kallis "darling; beloved; dear; precious".
KANNIKEfEstonian
Means "pansy; violet" in Estonian.
KARLOTTEfEstonian
Estonian form of Charlotte.
KAROLIINEfEstonian
Estonian feminine form of Carolus.
KÄRTfEstonian
Feminine form of Curt.
KÄTLINfEstonian
Originates from the name Katherine. Variant of Caitlin and Kathleen.
KATRIINfEstonian
Estonian short form of Katariina.
KAUPOmEstonian
Medieval Estonian short form of Jakob.
KAURmEstonian
Meaning loon, the diving bird.... [more]
KEIUfEstonian (Modern, Rare)
A modern variant of Kaia from Katariina. Could be compared to the name Keijo (Finnish).
KERLIfEstonian
Possibly an Estonian feminine form of Kiril. ... [more]
KERTmEstonian
Estonian form of Gerard.
KERTUfEstonian
Estonian form of Gertrude (cf. Finnish Kerttu).
KIRKEfEstonian
Estonian feminine name from the singular genitive declination of kirgas, meaning "bright".
KIRSIKAfEstonian
More common variant of Kirsike.
KIRSIKEfEstonian (Rare)
Cognate of Finnish Kirsikka, derived from Estonian kirss "cherry".
KIURmEstonian
Means bird family called pipits (genus Anthus).... [more]
KLAARAfFinnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Clara.
KLEEMENTmEstonian
Estonian form of Clement.
KOIDUfEstonian
From the genitive singular (attributive) form of koit (Estonian) meaning "dawn".
KOIDULAfEstonian
Derived from Estonian koit "dawn".
KRISTOmEstonian
Estonian diminutive of Kristjan or Krister.
KRÕÕTfEstonian
Estonian form of Margaret.
KSENJAfEstonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Xenia.
KÜLLIfEstonian
Short form of Külliki.
KÜLLIKEfEstonian
Rendering of Finnish Kyllikki.
KUNDERmEstonian
Estonian variant of Gunnar.
KUNNARmEstonian
Estonian form of Gunnar.
KUSTAVmEstonian
Estonian variant of Gustav.
KUUNOmEstonian
Estonian variant of Kuno.
LAINIf & mEnglish (Rare), Estonian (Rare), Finnish (Rare), Samoan (Rare)
As an English name, it is a variant of Lainie.
LEANIKAfEstonian
Diminutive of Leana.
LEEGIfEstonian
Derived from the Estonian leek "flame".
LEELIAfEstonian
Estonian feminine name, a modern coinage created for aesthetic purposes. Leelia is a character in the novel Our Daily Bread, written by Raimond Kaugver.
LEEMETmEstonian
Estonian masculine diminutive of Kleement.
LEEMOmEstonian
Estonian masculine diminutive of Kleement.
LEHOmEstonian
Estonian masculine name of unknown etymology. It probably refers to Lehola, also known as Lõhavere, the castle of Lembitu, an Estonian chieftain.
LEHTEfEstonian
Means "leaf", from the Estonian word leht. A 19th century construction.
LEHTIm & fEstonian, Finnish (Rare)
Meaning "leaf" in Finnish and derived from Estonian leht meaning "leaf".
LEIDAfEstonian
Estonian feminine name, (first?) used in 19th-century literature. It is associated with the Estonian verb leidma "to find, discover".
LEINOmFinnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian name derived from the pen name of Eino Leino (Armas Einar Leopold Lönnbohm), Finnish poet and journalist (1878-1926).
LEMBIfEstonian
Estonian form of Lempi.
LEMBITmEstonian
From Lembitu, the name of a 13th-century Estonian leader, which meant "beloved" (cognate to Finnish Lemmitty). This historical name was revived in the 19th century, and became popular in the first half of the 20th century.
LEMBITUmEstonian (Archaic)
Lembitu (Estonian also: Lembit, died September 21, 1217) was an ancient Estonian king and military leader in the struggle against conquest of the Estonian lands by the German Livonian Brothers of the Sword at the beginning of the 13th century... [more]
LEMMEfEstonian
Feminine form of Lembit.
LEMMIfEstonian
from the name of Lembitu what was a man name
LENNAfEstonian
Variant of Leena.
LIIfEstonian
A short form of Liidia, Eliisabet or other female names containing the syllable -li- or -lii-.
LIIAfEstonian, Finnish
Variant of Lia.
LIIASmEstonian
Estonian form of Elias.
LIIDIAfEstonian
Cognate of Lydia.
LIILIfEstonian, Greenlandic
Estonian form of Lily and Greenlandic younger form of Lîle.
LIILIAfEstonian
Means "lily" in Estonian.
LIILIKAfEstonian
Diminutive of Lilli or Lilja.
LIIVIfEstonian
Short form of Olivia or Livia. Or from an Estonian place name Livonia.
LILLEfEstonian
Means "flower" in Estonian
LOOREfEstonian
Estonian form of Lore.
LOREIDAfEstonian
Estonian modern constructed name, a combination of Eleanora and Ida.
LUMMEfFinnish, Estonian
Finnish for ''water lily''.
LUULIfEstonian
Variant of Luule.
MAAJAfEstonian
Estonian form of Maia.
MAANUSmEstonian
Estonian form of Magnus.
MAARAfEstonian
Estonian feminine name, either a dimutive of Dagmar or Tamaara, or a form of Mara.
MAAREfEstonian
Variant of Mare.
MAARIUSmEstonian
Estonian form of Marius.
MAIfEstonian
Estonian diminutive of Marie or Maria. Variant of Maie.
MAIDOmEstonian
Estonian form of Mattheus.
MAIEfEstonian
An Estonian pet name for Maria or Marie
MAILAfEstonian
Estonian combination of Elisabeth and Maria.
MAIROmEstonian
Masculine form of Maire or a anagram of Mario.
MAITmEstonian
Estonian short form of Matthias.
MAIUfEstonian
Variant of Maja.
MALVIINEfEstonian
Estonian form of Malvina.
MANNfEstonian
Variant of Manni and, ultimately, Maria. A famous bearer is Mann Helstein (1988-), Estonian viola player.
MANNIfEstonian
Variant of Maarja.
MARGETfEstonian (Rare), Manx (Archaic), American (Archaic), Old Swedish, Medieval English
Estonian variant of Margit, Old Swedish variant of Marghit and Manx dialect form of Margaid.
MARGOmEstonian
Variant of Markus.
MARGUSmEstonian
Estonian form of Marcus.
MARIANNIfGreek (Rare), Finnish, Spanish, Portuguese, Estonian
Greek, Spanish, Portugese and Finnish form of Marianne. It can also be considered a combination of Mari and Anni.
MARIIfEstonian
Likely a form of Marie.
MARIINAfFinnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Marina.
MARILIfEstonian, English
Variant of Marylee and diminutive of Maria.
MARILIISfEstonian
Combination of Mari and Liis, making it an Estonian cognate of Marlies (as well as Finnish Marja-Liisa).
MARJEfEstonian, Finnish
Variant of Maarja as well as a Finnish variant of Marja.
MARJUfEstonian
Variant of Maarja.
MÄRTmEstonian
Estonian diminutive of Märtin.
MARVEfEstonian
Estonian form of Marfa.
MATImEstonian
Estonian form of Matti.
MATISmEstonian
Estonian form of Mattis.
MEELIfEstonian
Derived from Estonian meel "mind; thought; idea; mood" (compare Finnish Mielikki).... [more]
MEELIKf & mEstonian
Estonian form of Mielikki.
MEELIKAfEstonian
Variant of Meelike, itself an Estonian elaboration of Meeli (and ultimately an Estonian cognate of Finnish Mielikki).
MEELIKEfEstonian
Estonian form of Mielikki.
MEELISm & fEstonian, Finnish
From old Estonian word meaning "clear-headed, sensible".... [more]
MEEMEmEstonian
From the name of an elder in the Chronicle of Henry of Livonia, Meme in Latin. Possibly related to mehine ‎(“manly”) , cognate to Karelianmiemoi ‎(“man, fellow”). Latvian and Frisian origin have also been suggested.
MEEMOmEstonian
Possibly a variant of Meeme.
MEETAfEstonian
Estonian variant of Meta.
MEHISmEstonian
Derived from Estonian mehine "manly".
MERIKAfEstonian
Estonian variant of Merike.
MERIKEfEstonian
Elaboration of the Estonian name Meri.... [more]
MERILINfEstonian
Estonian form of Marilyn, of recent origin.
MERJEfEstonian
Twentieth-century creation, possibly a variant of Marje. Comparable to the Finnish Merja.
MIILIfFinnish, Estonian
Short form of Emilia.
MIKUmEstonian
Estonian form of Mikus or a diminutive Mihkel.
MILVIfEstonian, Swedish (Rare), Finnish
Coined by Estonian writer Mats Tõnisson (1853-1915) as an Estonian "form" of Miranda. In modern times, it is sometimes linked to Estonian miilama "to glow; to burn slowly" in combination with the very productive feminine name ending -vi.
MIRALDAfEstonian, Spanish, Portuguese
Estonian variant of Miranda. ... [more]