are used by the Sami people who inhabit northern Scandinavia.
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NJÁVEŠ f Sami
Derived from Sami njávešeatni
RÁFI f Sami
Feminine Sami name, from the word ráfi
RANA f & m Sami
A name which means 'green, fertile earth.'
RAVNA f Sami
Sámi form of Ragnhild
. It is also associated with ravn
, a Norwegian and Danish word meaning "raven" (compare Ravn
RUVSÁ f Sami
Sami variant of Rosa
, taken literally from the word ruvsá
SÁRÁHKKÁ f Sami, Sami Mythology
Combination of the male name Sárra
and the word áhkká
"wife, woman, mother". Sáráhkká is the goddess of childbirth in Sami mythology.
SUOINNÁ f Sami
Sami feminine name taken from the word suoidni
UKSÁHKKÁ f Sami, Sami Mythology
Means "door goddess", from Sami uksa
"door" and áhkká
"wife, woman, mother". In Sami mythology Uksáhkká lived under the door sill and protected the home against all evil. She watched over children during their first year, especially when they learned to walk.
UNNI f Sami
From Sami unni
VALLJÁŠ m Sami
Northern Sami masculine name meaning "plentiful".