Estonian Submitted Names

Estonian names are used in the country of Estonia in northern Europe.
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HALDO m Estonian (Archaic)
Variant of ALDO and short form of Haldur.
HALJA f Estonian
Possibly derived from Estonian haljas "verdant".
HALJAND m Estonian
Haljand is an Estonian masculine given name derived from the Estonian language "haljas" meaning "green" and "verdant".
HALLAR m Estonian
Variant of HELLAR.
HANDO m Estonian
Variant of ANDO.
HANNELI f Finnish, Estonian, Afrikaans
Finnish variant of HANNELE.
HANNO m Estonian, German
Northern German and Estonian short form of JOHANNES.
HARDI m German, Estonian
Short form of names containing the name element -hard / -hart "hard".
HARDO m Estonian
Variant of HARDI.
HARRO m German, Dutch, Estonian
A short form of Germanic names beginning with Har- like HARALD or a direct monothematic name from the Germanic name element har "army".
HEDA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), German (Archaic), Norwegian (Rare), Estonian (Rare), Slovene
Short form of names beginning with the Germanic element hadu "battle, combat".
HEDE f Estonian
Variant of HEDA.
HEDVI f Estonian
Variant of HEDVIG.
HEELIA f Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of Greek HELIA.
HEIGO m Estonian
Variant of HENDRIK.
HEIK m Estonian
Variant of HEIKI.
HEIKKO m Estonian
Variant of HEIKO.
HEILI f Estonian
Variant of EILI.
HEILIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of HEILI, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
HEIMAR m Estonian
Variant of EIMAR.
HEINAR m Estonian
Variant of EINAR.
HEITI m Estonian
Variant of HENDRIK.
HELA f Estonian
Variant of HELE.
HELAR m Estonian
Variant of ELAR.
HELBE f Estonian
Derived from Estonian helbe, the genitive case of helve "flake" (see HELVE).
HELDA f Estonian
Variant of HELDE.
HELDI f Estonian
Variant of HELDE.
HELDUR m Estonian
Variant of Haldur.
HELE f Estonian
Short form of HELENA as well as a derivation from Estonian hele ''bright, clear, light''.
HELEENE f Estonian
Estonian form of HELENE.
HELEMAI f Estonian (Rare)
Combination of HELE and Mai.
HELGE f Estonian
Variant of HELGA.
HELGER m Old Swedish, Swedish, Estonian
Old Swedish form of HÆILGÆIRR and Swedish variant of HELGE.
HELGI f Estonian
Variant of HELGA. This name is also interpreted as being derived from the genitive case of Estonian helk “brightness”.
HELGO m Estonian
Estonian form of HELGE.
HELI f Estonian
Short form of HELENA, used as a given name in its own right. This name is also interpreted as a direct derivation from Estonian heli “sound, note”.
HELIIS f Estonian
Probably a combination of the Estonian word heli meaning sound, and the name LIIS... [more]
HELIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of Heli.
HELIN f Estonian
Variant of ELIN.
HELINA f Swedish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Swedish and Estonian variant of HELENA. As an Estonian name, Helina is also associated with Estonian helin “tinkling” (compare HELINÄ).
HELJA f Old Swedish, Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Originally an Old Swedish diminutive of HELGA, HELENA and other names beginning with the element Hel-. See also HELJÄ.
HELJE f Estonian, Finnish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Estonian and Finnish variant and Norwegian form of HELJA.
HELJU f Estonian
Variant of HELJA.
HELL f Estonian
Shortened form of HELLA.
HELLAR m Estonian
Variant of HELAR.
HELLE f Estonian
Variant of HELENA. This name is also associated with Estonian hell “tender” (compare HELLÄ).
HELLIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of HELLA via the variant HELLI.
HELME f Estonian
Variant of HELMI.
HELMO m Estonian
Short form of HELMAR, HELMER and HELMUT.
HELMU m Estonian
Variant of HELMO.
HELVI f Estonian
Variant of HELVE.
HENE f Estonian (Archaic)
Pre-18th century form of ENE.
HENN m Estonian
Variant of ENN.
HENNO m Estonian
Variant of HENN.
HERALD m Estonian
Variant of HARALD.
HERMO m Estonian
Short form of HERMAN and HERMANN.
HIIE f Estonian (Rare)
Allegedly derived from Estonian hiie, the genitive singular / attributive form of hiis “sacred grove”.
HILJAR m Estonian
Masculine form of HILJA.
HILJE f Estonian
Variant of HILJA.
HILJO m Estonian
Masculine form of HILJA.
HILJU f Estonian
Variant of HILJA.
HILLE f East Frisian, Estonian, German (Rare), German (Silesian, Rare)
Short form of names containing the element hild, for example MATHILDA.... [more]
HILLI f Estonian (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Estonian diminutive of HILLE and Finnish diminutive of HILLA.
HILLO m Estonian
Variant of ILLO.
HINDREK m Estonian
Variant of HENDRIK.
HIRVO m Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian hirv "deer".
HUKO m Estonian
Variant of HUGO.
IHAN m Estonian (Archaic)
Archaic form of JOHANNES.
IISAK m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of ISAAC.
IIVI f Estonian
Variant of IVI.
IIVIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of IIVI, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
ILJA f Estonian
Variant of HILJA.
ILJE f Estonian
Variant of HILJA via the variant ILJA.
ILJO m Estonian, Bulgarian
Southern Estonian form of ELIAS (via Russian ILYA) and Bulgarian variant transcription of ILYO.
ILJO f Estonian
Variant of HILJA via ILJA.
ILJU f Estonian
Variant of HILJA via ILJA.
ILLA f Estonian
Variant of ILLE.
ILLAR m Estonian
Variant of HILLAR.
ILLE f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from dialectal baby talk ill “lamb” as well as a derivation from Estonian illi “good”. However, this name might also be a variant of HILLE.
ILLIMAR m Estonian
Variant of ILMAR.
ILLIS m Estonian (Archaic)
Archaic southern Estonian variant of ELIAS.
ILLO m Estonian
Variant of ILJO.
ILMANEITSI f Estonian
Estonian form of ILMATAR.
ILMATÜTAR f Estonian
Variant Estonian form of ILMATAR.
ILMO m Estonian
Originally a diminutive of ILMAR, now used as a given name in its own right.
ILO f Estonian
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".
ILU f Estonian
Variant of ILO.
ILVE f Estonian
Possibly a borrowing of Latvian ILVA.
ILVI f Estonian
Variant of ILVE.
IMAND m Estonian
Variant of IMANT.
IMANT m Estonian
Estonian form of IMANTS.
IMMO m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish short form of IMMANUEL and ILMARI.
INDA f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Estonian ind "enthusiasm, zeal" and a truncated form of LINDA.
INDRO m Estonian
Possibly a masculine form of INDRA.
INGEL f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of INGRID and INGE. Its use as a given name in its own right may have been influenced by Estonian ingel "angel".
INGI f Estonian
Variant of INGE.
INNA f Estonian
Diminutive of INGRID and LINDA.
INNAR m Estonian
Masculine form of INNA.
INNO m Estonian
Variant of INNAR.
INT m Estonian
Short form of HEINRICH.
IREENA f Estonian
Variant of IREENE.
IREENE f Estonian
Estonian variant of IRENE.
IRINARH m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian transcription of Russian Иринарх.
IRJE f Estonian
Variant of IRJA.
IRMELI f Finnish, Estonian, German (Swiss)
A Finnish diminutive of IRMELA, Swiss German diminutive of IRMA and Estonian combination of IRMA and the syllable -li-, most commonly derived from ELIISABET.
ITA f Estonian
Truncated form of AITA.
ITI f Estonian
Variant of ITA.
IVARI m Estonian
Variant of IVAR.
IVI f Estonian (Rare)
Allegedly a variant of EVI.
IVIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of IVI.
IVO m Estonian
Variant of IIVO.
JAAGU m Estonian
Estonian short form of JAAGUP.
JAAKO m Estonian
Variant of JAKO.
JAANE f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of Estonian Jaana and JANE.
JAANIKA f Estonian (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Estonian diminutive of Jaana and Finnish variant of JANIKA.
JAANO m Estonian
Variant form of JAAN.
JAANUS m Estonian
Variant of JAAN.
JAKO m Estonian
Originally a short form of JAKOB, now used as a given name in its own right.
JALMAR m Estonian
Estonian form of HJALMAR.
JANAR m Estonian
Variant of JAAN via the feminine form JANA (1).
JANE f Estonian
Variant of JANNE (2).
JANEKA f Estonian
Feminine form of JANEK.
JANELI f Estonian
Combination of Estonian JANE and the syllable -li-, most commonly derived from ELIISABET.
JANNO m Estonian (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).
JASS m Estonian (Rare)
Contracted form of JOHANNES.
JAUNE f Medieval Baltic, Estonian (Rare)
Recorded in Latvia in the late Middle Ages, this name is of uncertain origin and meaning. However, a derivation from Latvian jauns "young; new" has been suggested as well as an adoption of the Old Prussian given name Jawne... [more]
JEFIM m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Ефим (see YEFIM).
JEGOR m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Егор (see YEGOR).
JEMELJAN m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Емельян (see YEMELYAN).
JEVGENI m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Евгений (see YEVGENIY).
JEVGENIA f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Евгения (see YEVGENIYA).
JEVSEI m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Евсей (see YEVSEY).
JEVSEVI m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Евсевий.
JOONATAN m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of JONATHAN.
JOOSUA m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of JOSHUA.
JOSSIF m Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian transcription of Russian Иосиф (see IOSIF).
JUKK m Estonian (Rare)
Originally a short form of JUHAN, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
JULIKA f German, Literature, Estonian, Croatian, Serbian, Hungarian, Slovene
Hungarian and Slovene diminutive of JULIA. Swiss author Max Frisch used this name on one of his characters in his novel 'I'm not Stiller', published in 1954.
JÜRGO m Estonian
Variant of JÜRGEN.
JURI m German, Estonian
German and Estonian transcription of Russian Юрий (see YURIY).
JÜRJA f Estonian (Archaic)
Feminine form of JÜRI and JÜRGEN (compare JÜRJO).
JUSS m Estonian
Variant of JASS via JUHAN.
JUUDIT f Estonian, Finnish
Estonian and Finnish form of JUDITH.
JUULI f Finnish, Estonian
Short form of JUULIA.
JUULIKA f Estonian (Rare)
Diminutive of JUULI.
KAARI f Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Finnish and Estonian form of Kari.
KAARIN f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of KARIN.
KAARO m Estonian
Short form of KAAREL.
KÄDI f Estonian
Variant of KADI.
KAHRU m Estonian
From Proto-Finnic karhu, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European h₂ŕ̥tḱos meaning “bear”.
KAI f Estonian
Short form of KAIA, used as a given name in its own right.
KAIDE f Estonian
Variant of KAIDI.
KAIDO m Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a masculine form of KAIDI.
KAIDU m Estonian
Variant of KAIDO.
KAIE f Estonian
Variant of KAIA.
KAILEEN f Estonian (Modern)
Combination of KAIE and HELEENE.
KAILI f Estonian (Modern)
Combination of KAIE and ELIISABET.
KAIMO m Estonian
Short form of KAIMAR.
KAIRA f Estonian
Variant of KAIRI.
KAIRE f Estonian
Variant of KAIRI.
KAIRI f Estonian (Modern)
Contraction of Kai and Mari.
KAIRIT f Estonian
Elaboration of KAIE.
KAIRO m Estonian
Masculine form of KAIRA.
KAJAR m Estonian
Masculine form of KAJA (3).
KALJO m Estonian
Variant of KALJU.
KALLIS m Estonian (Rare)
Possibly derived from the Estonian term of endearment kallis "darling; beloved; dear; precious".
KALMAR m Norwegian (Rare), Danish (Rare), Icelandic (Rare), Swedish (Archaic), Finnish (Rare), Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of KALMAN and an adoption of the Swedish place name Kalmar in Småland and Uppland.
KANNI f Estonian (Rare)
Short form of KANNIKE.
KANNIKE f Estonian (Archaic)
Derived from Estonian kannike "violet". This name was coined in the 19th century as an Estonian equivalent of JOLANTA and VIOLA.
KARDO m Estonian (Rare)
Variant of HARDI via HARDO.
KÄRDU f Estonian
Variant of KÄRDI.
KARME f & m Estonian
Either derived from Estonian kärme meaning "swift", or else a short form of KARMO or KARMEN, or an adoption of the Greek name KARME.
KAROLIINE f Estonian
Estonian form of CAROLINE.
KAROLIN f German (Rare), Swedish, Hungarian, Estonian, Banat Swabian
Swedish and Hungarian variant of KAROLINA and German variant of KAROLINE, reflecting the French pronunciation of CAROLINE.
KARRO m Estonian
Short form of KAAREL.
KÄTLIN f Estonian
Estonian adoption of CAITLIN and KATHLEEN.
KATRE f Greenlandic, Estonian, Latvian (Archaic)
Greenlandic form of KATRIN, Latvian contracted form of KATRĪNE and Estonian variant of KATRI.
KATRIIN f Estonian
Contracted form of KATARIINA.
KÄTRIN f Estonian
Estonian adoption of English KATHERINE.
KAUPO m Estonian, Medieval Baltic
Medieval Estonian short form of JAKOB, now used as a given name in its own right.
KAUR m Estonian
Directly taken from Estonian kaur “loon, diver”.
KAURI m Estonian
Variant of KAUR. In some cases, however, it may be a borrowing of the Karelian name.
KEA f Estonian
Variant of GEA.
KEITLIN f Estonian (Modern, Rare)
Strictly feminine elaboration of KEIT.
KEIU f Estonian (Modern, Rare)
Modern variant of KAIA influenced by Finnish KEIJO.
KELLI f Estonian (Modern, Rare)
Contracted form of KERLI. In some cases, however, it may also be a borrowing of the English name.
KENNO m Estonian
Short form of EUGEN.
KERLI f Estonian (Modern)
Contraction of either of KERTU and ELIISABET or KERTU and LIIDIA.
KERLY f Estonian
Variant of KERLI.
KERMO m Estonian
Originally a short form of KERMAN, now used as a given name in its own right.
KERT f & m Estonian
Feminine variant of KÄRT and masculine variant of GERT.
KETLIN f Estonian
Variant of KÄTLIN.
KETRIN f Estonian
Variant of KATRIN.
KIRKE f Estonian
Allegedly derived from Estonian kirka, the genitive singular case of kirgas “bright”. This is also the Estonian form of CIRCE.
KIRSI f Estonian
Originally an Estonian short form of KRISTIINA, this name is now considered a derivation from Estonian kirss "cherry".
KIRSIKA f Estonian
Variant of KIRSIKE.
KIRSIKE f Estonian (Rare)
Cognate of Finnish KIRSIKKA, derived from Estonian kirss "cherry".
KIUR m Estonian
Means bird family called pipits (genus Anthus).
KLAARA f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of CLARA.
KLAARIKA f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of KLAARA, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
KLEER f Estonian (Modern, Rare)
Estonian adoption of CLAIRE.
KOIDO m Estonian (Archaic)
Variant of KOIT (compare feminine KOIDULA).
KOIDU f Estonian
Derived from the genitive singular (attributive) form of Estonian koit "dawn".
KOIDULA f Estonian
Elaboration of KOIDU.
KORNELIUS m Dutch, German (Rare), Estonian
Dutch and German variant and Estonian form of CORNELIUS.
KORNILI m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Корнилий (see KORNILIY).
KREET f Estonian
Variant of KRÕÕT.
KREETA f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian variant of GRETA.
KRISTEL f Estonian
Estonian diminutive of KRISTIINA (compare CHRISTEL).
KRISTIINE f Estonian
Estonian form of CHRISTINE.
KRÕÕT f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of MARGAREETA, now used as a given name in its own right.
KSENJA f Estonian (Rare), Slovene
Estonian form of XENIA and Slovene variant of KSENIJA.
KUIDO m Estonian
Variant of GUIDO.
KULDAR m Estonian
Derived from Estonian kuld "gold".
KULDEV m Estonian
Variant of KULDAR.
KULLAR m Estonian
Variant of KULDAR.
KULLO m Estonian
Short form of KULDAR.
KULNO m Estonian
Variant of KULMO.
KÜLVI f Estonian
Variant of KÜLLI.
KÜLVO m Estonian
Variant of KÜLLO.