Baltic Submitted Names

These names are used by Baltic peoples.
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ZAKARAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zacharias.
ŽANA f Lithuanian (Modern)
Modern Lithuanian form of Jeanne.
ZANDA f Latvian
Of uncertain origin and meaning, although it is generally considered a variant of Sanda.
ŽANETE f Latvian
Latvian adoption of Jeannette.
ŽANIS m Latvian
Variant of Jānis.
ŽARA f Lithuanian
From Lithuanian žara meaning "glow."
ŽAVINTA f Lithuanian
The name comes directly from the Lithuanian word žavinti (admired).
ZBIGNEVAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Zbigniew.
ZEFYRINAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zephyrinus (see Zeferino).
ŽĒLĪTE f Latvian (Archaic)
Possibly derived from Latvian žēlīgs "merciful".
ZELTA f Latvian (Rare)
Derived from Latvian zelts "gold".
ZELTĪTE f Latvian
Derived from Latvian zelts "gold" (compare Zelta). Latvian poet and playwright Aspazija used this name for her play Zeltīte (1901).
ŽEMĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun Žemė meaning "Earth" (as in, the planet), which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian noun žemė meaning "land, earth".
ŽEMUOGĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
From the Lithuanian word for "strawberry."
ŽEMYNA f Lithuanian (Modern), Baltic Mythology
Lithuanian goddess of the earth.... [more]
ŽEMYNĖLĖ f Lithuanian
Elaborated form of Žemyna.
ŽENIJA f Latvian
Truncated form of Eiženija.
ZENONAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zeno.
ZENTA f Latvian
Latvian adoption of German Senta.
ŽIBA f Lithuanian
Short form of Žibuoklė and its diminutives, such as Žibutė.
ŽIBUOKLĖ f Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun žibuoklė meaning "liverleaf, liverwort" (as in, the flower). In turn, the flower may ultimately have derived its name from the Lithuanian verb žibėti meaning "to glint" as well as "to shine, to sparkle".
ŽIBUTĖ f Lithuanian
Diminutive of Žibuoklė, since this name contains the feminine diminutive suffix -utė.
ŽIEDĖ f Lithuanian
Derived from the Lithuanian noun žiedas meaning "blossom, flower" as well as "ring, collar".
ZIEDĪTE f Latvian
Derived from either Latvian zieds "blossom; flower" or from Latvian ziedēt "to blossom, to bloom, to flower".
ZIEDONE f Latvian (Rare)
Feminine form of Ziedonis.
ZIEDONIS m Latvian
Derived from Latvian ziedonis, a poetic word for "springtime, spring".
ZIGFRĪDA f Latvian (Rare)
Latvian feminine form of Siegfried.
ZIGFRĪDS m Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Siegfried.
ZIGMANTAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Sigmund. Also compare Žygimantas, which this name is often confused with.
ZIGMAS m Lithuanian
Short form of Zigmantas, which is the Lithuanian form of Sigmund.
ŽIGMONDAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zsigmond, which is the Hungarian form of Sigmund. This name is not currently in use in Lithuania and most likely never has been: it is purely a lithuanized form of a foreign (in this case Hungarian) name, as in Lithuania foreign names tend to be lithuanized in order to make them easier to understand and pronounce to Lithuanian speakers.
ZIGRĪDA f Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Sigrid.
ZIGURDS m Latvian
Variant of Sigurds.
ZĪLE f Latvian (Rare)
Directly taken from Latvian zīle "acorn; titmouse".
ZILGA f Latvian (Rare)
Derived from Latvian zilgme "azure".
ZILGMA f Latvian
Derived from Latvian zilgme "azure".
ŽILVINAS m Lithuanian, Folklore, Popular Culture
Derived from either the old Lithuanian noun žilvis meaning "child, offspring" as well as "offshoot, sprout", or from old Lithuanian želvys meaning "unripe, immature, young". In Lithuanian folklore and popular culture, Žilvinas is the name of the husband of the titular character of the folk tale Eglė žalčių karalienė, which translates to English as Eglė, the Queen of Serpents.
ŽILVITIS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun žilvitis meaning "osier, (basket) willow", which is ultimately derived from the old Lithuanian noun žilvis meaning "child, offspring" as well as "offshoot, sprout".
ZINAĪDA f Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Zinaida.
ZINTA f Latvian
Derived from Latvian zinte "magic, charms, witchcraft".
ŽINTAUTAS m Lithuanian
Means "to know the people", derived from the Lithuanian verb žinoti meaning "to know" combined with Baltic tauta meaning "people, nation" (see Vytautas).
ŽINTAUTĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žintautas.
ZINTIS m Latvian
Masculine form of Zinta.
ZITA f Latvian
Latvian form of Sitta.
ŽIVILĖ f Lithuanian (Modern)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. One theory derives this name from Lithuanian žygiuoti "to move; to march” and viltis "hope", while other scholars believe this name to be a much-mangled form of Zizili, the name of an obscure fertility goddess of whom nothing else is known... [more]
ZOFIJA f German (East Prussian), Slovene, Polish (Archaic), Lithuanian
East Prussian German variant of Sophia, Slovene variant of Sofija as well as an archaic Polish variant of Zofia.
ZOSĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian cognate of Zoe.
ŽOSTAUTAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Means "to speak to the people", derived from the Lithuanian verb žosti meaning "to speak, to talk" as well as "to say, to tell" combined with Baltic tauta meaning "people, nation" (see Vytautas).
ŽYDRŪNĖ f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žydrūnas.
ŽYGIMANTAS m Lithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from the Lithuanian noun žygis meaning "march" as well as "hike, trip", which is ultimately derived from the Lithuanian verb žygiuoti meaning "to march, to parade" as well as "to hike"... [more]
ZYGMUNTAS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Zygmunt, which is the Polish form of Sigmund. Also compare Zigmantas and Žygimantas.... [more]