Finnish Submitted Names
are used in the country of Finland in northern Europe.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Used by Zacharias Topelius, a Finnish fairy tale writer, in his story 'Adalmiinan helmi' ('Adalmiina's pearl' in English, 'Adalminas pärla' in Swedish), which was published during the late 1800s.... [more]
From Finnish aihe
meaning "subject", "topic", "theme".
Diminutive of Finnish names beginning with Ai-
Finnish and Latvian form of Alexis
. One famous bearer is Aleksis Kivi (originally Alexis Stenvall), a significant Finnish author.
Derived from the Finnish word anoa
, "to beg, to request".
ANGERVOf & mFinnish
From the Finnish word Angervo
, meaning "Creambush".
Finnish name meaning "asked for", derived from the Finnish verb anoa
meaning "to ask" and Greenlandic name of unknown meaning.
Finnish diminutive of names beginning with Ans-
"Aro" means "hard, relatively infertile ground" or, to a lesser extent, "swamp".
Allegoric name for Finland taken from the Finnish river Aurajoki
in south western Finland. While the element joki
means "river" in Finnish, the element Aura
appears to be derived from Old Norse aurr
"moist earth, clay".... [more]
EDELfGerman, German (Austrian), Danish, English, Finnish, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Norwegian, Sami, Swedish
Short form of names that begin with or end in the element "Edel-" meaning "noble", for example Edeltraud
EIMUNDm & fNorwegian, Finnish (Rare)
Modern form of Eymundr
. The name is a combination of the Old Norse words Ey
, which means "island,flat land along the coast", and mund
, which means "protection".
ELIELmBiblical, Hebrew, Finnish
Means "my God is God" in Hebrew, derived from אלי (elí)
"my God" and אֵל (el)
meaning "God". This name was borne by nine characters in the Bible.
EUFEMIIAf & mFinnish (Rare)
Finnish variant spelling of Eufemia
. Has been used both as a masculine and a feminine name, in both cases it is a very rare name.
GUSTAVAfDutch (Rare), Finnish (Rare), German (Rare), Italian (Rare), Lithuanian (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare), Spanish (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Feminine form of Gustaaf
(German and Scandinavian), Gustavas
(Lithuanian) and Gustavo
(Italian, Spanish and Portuguese).... [more]
HALTIm & fFinnish
From the name of a Finnish fell, Halti (Háldi
in Northern Sami).... [more]
Possibly derived from the Finnish word heinä
, "hay". Heini may also be a female variant of Heino
Derives from Finnish word helinä
, which means "tinkle, jingle" in Finnish. It may possibly have been used also as a variant of Helena
Finnish variant of Hertha
. Hertta is also the Finnish word for the card suit "heart".