Estonian Submitted Names

Estonian names are used in the country of Estonia in northern Europe.
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KUNNAR m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of GUNNAR.
KUSTA m Estonian
Variant of KUSTAS.
KUSTAS m Estonian
Originally a short form of KUSTAV and AUGUST, now used as a given name in its own right.
KUSTAV m Estonian
Variant of GUSTAV.
KUSTO m Estonian
Variant of KUSTAS.
KUUNO m Estonian
Variant of KUNO.
LAIDI f Estonian
Variant of LAIDE.
LAILI f Estonian
Variant of LEILI.
LAIVI f Estonian
Variant of LAIVE.
LAULI f Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian laul "song, melody".
LAUR m Estonian
Variant of LAURI.
LEANA f Estonian
Elaboration of LEA.
LEANIKA f Estonian (Rare)
Diminutive of LEANA, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
LEEGI f Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian leegi, the genitive case of leek, "flame; fire; blaze".
LEELIA f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of LEELO, an Estonian form of LELIA and a a modern coinage created for aesthetic purposes.
LEEMET m Estonian (Rare)
Short form of KLEEMENT, now used as a given name in its own right.
LEEN f Estonian
Originally a short form of HELEENE, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
LEENE f Estonian
Truncated form of HELEENE and variant of LEENA.
LEENI f Finnish (Rare), Estonian
Finnish diminutive of LEENA and Estonian variant of LEENE, LEEN and LEENA.
LEENU f Finnish (Rare), Estonian
Finnish diminutive of LEENA and Estonian variant of LEENE and LEENA.
LEHAR m Estonian
Variant of LEHO.
LEHO m Estonian
Coined in the 1930s by Julius Mägiste, an Estonian linguist. He probably intended the name to refer to Lehola (also known as Lõhavere), the castle of LEMBITU, an Estonian chieftain... [more]
LEHTE f Estonian
19th-century coinage, possibly first used in August Kitzberg's 'Maimus' (1892). He likely derived the name from Estonian leht "leaf".
LEHTI f Estonian
Variant of LEHTE.
LEIA f Estonian (Rare)
Contracted form of LEIDA.
LEIDI f Estonian
Variant of LEIDA.
LEIJA f Swedish (Modern), Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Finnish variant of LEA. The name coincides with the Finnish word leija "kite".
LEILA f Estonian
Variant of LAILA (2).
LEINI f Estonian
Variant of LEINE.
LEINO m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian name of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from the pen name of Eino Leino (Armas Einar Leopold Lönnbohm), Finnish poet and journalist (1878-1926).
LEMBE f Estonian
Variant of LEMBI.
LEMBI f Estonian
Derived from Estonian lemb "affection" and thus a cognate of LEMPI.
LEMBIT m Estonian
Younger form of Lembitu which itself was derived from Estonian lemb "affection" (compare Finnish LEMMITTY).... [more]
LEMBO m Estonian
Originally a short form of LEMBIT, used as a given name in its own right.
LEMME f Estonian
Directly taken from lemme, the genitive singilar/attributive form of lemb "affection".
LEMMI f Estonian
Variant of LEMME.
LEMMO m Estonian
Variant of LEMBO.
LENNA f Estonian
Feminine form of LENNO.
LENNO m Estonian
Short form of LENNART.
LEONTINE f German (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
German and Estonian form of LÉONTINE and LEONTINA.
LII f Estonian
A short form of LIIDIA, ELIISABET or other female names containing the syllable -li- or -lii-.
LIIA f Estonian, Finnish
Variant of LIA (2). In the case of the Estonian name, it is also considered an elaboration of LII and an Estonian renderin of Russian Лия (see LIYA).
LIIAS m Estonian (Rare)
Short form of ELIAS.
LIIDE f Estonian
Short form of ALIIDE.
LIIDI f Estonian
Variant of LIIDIA.
LIILI f Estonian, Greenlandic
Estonian variant of LILI and Greenlandic younger form of LÎLE.
LIILIA f Estonian
Directly taken from Estonian liilia "lily".
LIILIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of LIILI.
LIINE f Estonian
Estonian form of LINE.
LIISBET f Estonian
Truncated form of ELIISABET.
LIIVAR m Estonian
Variant of LIIVO.
LIIVI f Estonian
Short form of OLIVIA or Livia. Or from an Estonian place name Livonia.
LIIVIA f Estonian
Estonian form of Livia.
LIIVIKA f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of LIIVI, now used as a given name in its own right.
LILIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of LILI, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
LILLE f Estonian
Derived from Estonian lille, the genitive form of lill, "flower".
LILLI f Estonian
Estonian variant of both LILLE and LILI.
LINNAR m Estonian
Variant of LINNART.
LINNART m Estonian
Variant of LENNART.
LIUTGER m Medieval German, Medieval, Medieval French, Medieval Italian, Swiss (Archaic), German (Austrian), Estonian (Archaic), Old High German
Old High German liut "people" + Old High German, Old Saxon gēr "spear".... [more]
LJUBOV f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Любовь (see LYUBOV).
LJUDMILLA f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Людмила (see LYUDMILA).
LOONE f Estonian
Estonian form of LONE.
LOORA f Estonian
Variant of LOORE.
LOORE f Estonian
Estonian form of LORE (1).
LOREIDA f Estonian
Contraction of Lore and IDA.
LOTA f Croatian, Slovene, Estonian
Croatian and Slovene form and Estonian variant of LOTTA.
LUKJAN m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Лукьян (see LUKYAN).
LUMME f Estonian
Possibly derived from the illative singular form of lumi "snow".
LY f Estonian
Variant of LII.
LYLIAN f & m English (Rare), Estonian (Rare), French
English and Estonian feminine and French masculine variant of LILIAN.
MAAJA f Estonian
Estonian form of Maia.
MAANO m Estonian (Rare)
Short form of MAANUS.
MAANUS m Estonian
Estonian form of MAGNUS.
MAARE f Estonian
Variant of MARE.
MAARIS f & m Estonian (Rare)
As a feminine name, this is a variant of MARIS, while as a masculine name, it is an Estonian borrowing of MĀRIS.
MAARIUS m Estonian
Estonian form of MARIUS.
MAASIKA f Estonian
Allegedly derived from Estonian maasikas "strawberry".
MADLEEN f Estonian
Contracted form of MAGDALEENA.
MADLI f Estonian
Originally a vernacular form of MAGDALEENA, now used as a given name in its own right.
MAGDALEENA f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of MAGDALENE.
MAIDO m Estonian
Originally a short form of MATTEUS and MATTIAS, now used as a given name in its own right.
MAIDU m Estonian
Variant of MAIDO.
MAIGA f Latvian, Estonian
Derived from Latvian maigs "affectionate, gentle, tender; soft, mellow, mild".
MAIGE f Estonian
Variant of MAIGA.
MAIGI f Estonian
Variant of MAIGE.
MAIKI f Estonian
Variant of MAIKE.
MAILA f Estonian, Finnish
Estonian contraction of MARIA or MAARJA and ELIISABET as well as a Finnish variant of MARIA.
MAILE f Estonian
Variant of MAILA.
MAILI f Estonian
Variant of MAILE.
MAILIKA f Estonian
Diminutive of MAILI, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
MAILIS f Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Estonian
Scandinavian variant of MAJLIS and Estonian contraction of Mai and LIS.
MAIME f Estonian
Variant of MAIMU.
MAIMO f Estonian
Variant of MAIMU.
MAIRI f Estonian
Variant of MAIRE.
MAIRIKA f Estonian (Rare)
Diminutive of MAIRI, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
MAIRO m Estonian
20th-century coinage, intended as a masculine form of MAIRE.
MAIT m Estonian
Originally a short form of MATTIAS and MATTEUS, now used as a given name in its own right.
MAIU f Estonian
Diminutive of Maia.
MAIVE f Estonian
Elaboration of Mai.
MAIVI f Estonian
Variant of MAIVE.
MALL f Estonian
Originally a short form of MAGDALEENA, now used as a given name in its own right.
MALLE f Estonian
Variant of MALL.
MALVI f Estonian
Variant of MALVE.
MANN f Estonian
Variant of MANNI and, ultimately, MARIA. A famous bearer is Mann Helstein (1988-), Estonian viola player.
MANNI f Estonian
Variant of MAARJA.
MARDO m Estonian
Short form of MARTIN.
MARE f Estonian
Originally an Estonian short form of MARIA and MARGAREETA, used a given name in its own right.
MARELLE f Dutch (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Estonian contraction of MARE and ELLE.
MÄRETA f Old Swedish, Estonian
Old Swedish form of MARETE.
MARGE f Estonian
Estonian form of MARGA.
MARGET f Estonian
Estonian variant of MARGE.
MARGO m Estonian
Variant of MARGUS.
MARII f Estonian
Likely a form of MARIE.
MARIINA f Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare), Greenlandic
Finnish and Estonian variant of MARINA and younger Greenlandic form of Marîna.
MARILI f Estonian
Combination of MARI (1) and the syllable -li-, most commonly derived from ELIISABET.
MARILIIS f Estonian
Combination of MARI (1) and LIIS, making it an Estonian cognate of MARLIES (as well as Finnish Marja-Liisa).
MARILIN f Estonian
Elaboration of MARILI.
MARIS f Estonian
Variant of MARIA.
MARQUART m Medieval, Medieval Italian, Medieval German, Medieval Czech, Estonian (Archaic), German (Austrian, Archaic)
Old High German marka "march; fortified area along a border" + Old High German wart "guard, ward".
MÄRT m Estonian
Originally a diminutive of MÄRTEN, now used as a given name in its own right.
MÄRTEN m Estonian
Variant of MARTEN.
MARVE f Estonian
Estonian form of MARFA.
MARVI f Estonian
Variant of MARVE.
MATIS m Estonian
Estonian form of MATTIS.
MAUR m Czech, Polish, French, Provençal, Estonian (Rare)
Czech, French, Provençal and Polish form of MAURUS and Estonian short form of MAURITS and MAURI.
MEELIK m Estonian
Variant of MEELIS.
MEELIKA f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of MEELI, used as a given name in its own right.
MEELIKE f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of MEELI, used as a given name in its own right (compare MIELIKKI).
MEEME m Estonian, Medieval Baltic
Of uncertain origin and meaning. This name appears on an elder in the 'Chronicle of Henry of Livonia' (Latinized as Meme). It has been suggested that this name might be related to Estonian mehine ‎"manly, manful", and thus be a cognate to Karelian miemoi ‎"man, fellow"... [more]
MEEMO m Estonian
Variant of MEEME.
MEETA f Estonian
Estonian variant of META.
MEHIS m Estonian
Derived from Estonian mehine "manly".
MEIDA f Estonian
Variant of MIIDA.
MEILI f Estonian
Variant of MEILA.
MEINO m Estonian
Short form of MEINHARD.
MELITA f Latvian, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), Croatian, Slovene, Polish, Estonian
Latvian, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovene, Polish and Estonian form of MELITTA.
MELLA f Estonian
Variant of MELLI.
MELLI f German (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Short form of MELANIE, AMELIE, MELISSA and other names containing mel.... [more]
MERIKA f Estonian, Finnish
Estonian variant of MERIKE.
MERILI f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a borrowing of MURIEL and a contraction of Meri and the syllable -li-, most commonly derived from ELIISABET.
MERILIIS f Estonian
Combination of Meri and LIIS.
MERILYN f Estonian (Modern)
Variant of MERILIN, influenced by MARILYN.
MERJE f Estonian
20th-century coinage of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Marje, a contraction of Meri and Marje and an adaption of Finnish MERJA.
MERLE f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
MERLI f Estonian
Variant of MERLE.
MERLIN f Estonian
Elaboration of MERLI.
MERLYN f Estonian
Variant of MERLIN.
MESIKE f Estonian
Derived from Estonian mesi, the genitive case of mee, "honey".
MIHHAIL m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Михаил (see MIKHAIL).
MIIKAEL m Estonian
Variant of MIHKEL.
MIKK m Estonian
Originally an Estonian short form of MIHKEL, now used as a given name in its own right.
MILDE f Estonian
Variant of MILDA.
MILJO m Estonian (Archaic)
Short form of EMIL.
MILLI f Estonian
Variant of MILLA.
MINNI f Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Finnish variant of MINNIE and Estonian variant of MINNA.
MIRALDA f Estonian
Derived from Old Prussian mirit "to think; to remember" and waldit "to rule" as well as a feminine form of MIERVALDIS.
MIRGE f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian borrowing of MIRGA.
MIRJE f Estonian
Variant of MIRJA.
MIRT f Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian mirt, a dialectal variant of mürt, "myrtle".
MIRTEL f Estonian (Modern)
Elaboration of MIRT, possibly influenced by MYRTLE.
MÕHHAILO m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Ukrainian Михайло (see MYKHAILO).
MOONI f Estonian (Rare)
Short form of MOONIKA.
NATALJA f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Наталия and Наталья (see NATALIA).
NEEME m Estonian
Coined by M. Morrisson for the protagonist of his novel 'Eesti-rahwa vabaduse võitluse üle' (1902). The origin and meaning of the name are uncertain, it is, however, likely that Morrison based the name on the old Livonian MEEME.
NEEMO m Estonian
Variant of NEEME.
NEIDA f Estonian (Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
NETA f Estonian
Short form of AGNETA.
NIGULAS m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of NICHOLAS.
NIILAS m Sami, Estonian (Rare)
Sami variant of NILS.
NUUT m Finnish (Archaic), Estonian (Archaic)
Finnish and Estonian form of KNUT.
ODART m Medieval, Ancient Germanic, Old Saxon, Medieval Italian, Medieval Scottish, Medieval French, Estonian (Archaic)
Old High German ōt, Old Saxon ōd "wealth, riches" + Old Saxon hard, Old High German hart "strong, hard".
ODE f Estonian
Estonian diminutive of EUDOKIA and its associate names.
ÕILE f Estonian
Directly taken from Estonian õile, an archaic, nowadays poetic word for "flower".
ÕILI f Estonian
Variant of ÕILE.
ÕILME f Estonian
Derived from Estonian õilme, the genitive case of õile (see ÕILE).
OIVI f Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Finnish feminine form of OIVA.
OIVO m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian cognate of OIVA.
OLARI m Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of ALARI, a variant of OLAVI and a variant of ÜLARI.
OLESJA f Russian, Albanian (Rare), Latvian (Rare), Ukrainian (Rare), Estonian
Diminutive of OLGA and a Russian variant transcription of OLESYA.
OLGER m Estonian
Possibly a variant of HOLGER or a variant of OLGERD.
OLIIVIA f Estonian
Estonian form of OLIVIA.
OLVE f Estonian
Variant of OLVI.
OLVI f Estonian (Rare)
Short form of OLIVIA.
ÕNNE f Estonian
Derived from Estonian õnne, the genitive form of õnn, "luck; happiness", this name is a cognate of Finnish ONNI.
ÕNNELA f Estonian
Elaboration of ÕNNE.
ÕNNELEID f & m Estonian
Longer form of Õnne, meaning "good luck" in Estonian.
ÕRNE f Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian õrn "tender; fragile".
OSMAR m Anglo-Saxon, English (Rare), German (Rare), Estonian (Archaic)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Current theories include a variant of ANSMAR and a variant of Osmær... [more]
OUDEKKI f Estonian
Estonian form of EUDOXIA.
PÄÄREN m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian adaption and contraction of BERNHARD.
PÄÄRN m Estonian
Contracted form of PÄÄREN.
PÄÄRU m Estonian (Rare)
Originally a diminutive of PÄÄREN, now used as a given name in its own right.
PÄRT m Estonian
Variant of PÄRTEL.
PÄRTEL m Estonian
Estonian variant of BERTOLD and BARTHOLOMEUS.
PAULIINE f Estonian
Estonian form of PAULINE.
PEARU m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of BERNHARD.
PEEDO m Estonian
Short form of PEETER.