Estonian Submitted Names

Estonian names are used in the country of Estonia in northern Europe.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
PEEDU m Estonian
Originally a short form of PEETER, used as a given name in its own right.
PEEP m Estonian
Originally a diminutive of PEETER, now used as a given name in its own right.
PEET m Estonian
Short form of PEETER.
PELAGEJA f Estonian, Russian (Germanized)
Estonian and German transcription of Russian Пелагея (see PELAGEYA).
PIIBE f Estonian (Rare)
Possibly derived from the Estonian word "piibeleht" meaning "lily of the valley".
PIINE f Estonian (Rare)
Short form of SABIINE.
PILL f Estonian (Archaic)
17th-century variant of PILLE.
PILLERIIN f Estonian
Combination of PILLE and RIIN.
PIRGIT f Estonian
Estonian variant of BIRGIT.
PIRJA f Finnish, Estonian
Variant of PIRJO.
PIRJE f Estonian
Variant of PIRJO.
PJOTR m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Пётр (see PYOTR).
PRASKOVJA f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Прасковья (see PRASKOVYA).
PREEDIK m Estonian
Variant of PRIIDIK.
PRIIDO m Estonian
Variant of PRIIDU.
PRIIDU m Estonian
Originally a short form of PRIIDIK, now used as a given name in its own right.
RAGNE f Norwegian (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Norwegian variant and Estonian form of RAGNA.
RAIDO m Estonian
20th-century variant of RAIMOND.
RAIGO m Estonian
20th-century coinage of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of RAIDO.
RAIK m Estonian
Variant of RAIKO.
RAIKO m Estonian
Variant of RAIGO.
RAILA f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Variant of RAILI, though folk etymology likes to connect this name with Finnish railakas "lively".
RAILI f Finnish, Estonian
Possibly a Finnish variant of RAAKEL and an Estonian variant of RAHEL.
RAIMA f Estonian (Rare)
Feminine form of RAIMO.
RAIMU m Estonian
Variant of RAIMO.
RAINA f Estonian
Feminine form of RAIN (2).
RAINE f Estonian
Variant of RAINA.
RAINI m & f Estonian
Masculine variant of RAIN (2) and feminine variant of RAINE.
RAINO m Estonian
Variant of RAIN (2).
RAISSA f Belarusian, Estonian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Corsican
Belarusian variant of Raisa, Estonian transcription of Russian Раиса. as well as a Corsican and Brazilian Portuguese borrowing of this name used in honor of the saint.
RAIT m Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a contracted form of RAIMOND.
RANDEL m Estonian
Variant of RANDO.
RANDO m German, Ancient Germanic, Estonian
Short form of various compound names formed with rand "(shield) rim" as the first or second element, such as BERTRANDO or RANDOLF... [more]
RAUNO m Finnish, Estonian
Early 20th-century Finnish coinage based on name beginning with the name element ragn-, such as RAGNAR. This name is also used in Estonia.
REEDIK m Estonian
Truncated form of PREEDIK, itself a variant of PRIIDIK.
REELI f Estonian
Originally a short form of AURELIA, now used as a given name in its own right.
REELIKA f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of REELI, now used as a given name in its own right.
REENA f Estonian
Originally a short form of IREENE, now used as a given name in its own right.
REENE f Estonian
Short form of IREENE.
REGIINA f Estonian
Estonian form of REGINA.
REIGO m Estonian
Estonian form of GREGORY.
REILIKA f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of REILI, now used as a given name in its own right.
REIMO m Estonian
Estonian form of REIMUND.
REIMU m Estonian
Variant of REIMO.
REINA f Estonian
Feminine form of REIN as well as a contracted form of REGIINA.
REINU m Estonian
Variant of REINO.
REIO m Estonian
Variant of REIGO.
RELIKA f Estonian
Variant of REELIKA.
RENA f Estonian, Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), German (Modern, Rare)
Estonian short form of both IRENA and RENATE and Scandinavian and German short form of RENATE and RENATA as well as a short form of names beginning with the element regin or ending in -rena... [more]
RENAR m Estonian
Estonian form of RENĀRS.
RIHO m Estonian
Originally a short form of RICHARD, now used as a given name in its own right.
RIINE f Estonian
Variant of RIINA.
RIINU f Estonian
Variant of RIINA.
RIIVO m Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
RIKO m Estonian
Estonian form of RICK.
RISTA f Estonian (Rare)
Feminine form of RISTO.
RISTE f Estonian
Variant of RISTA.
RIVO m Estonian
Variant of RIIVO.
ROMET m Estonian
Variant of ROOMET.
ROOMET m Estonian
Estonian form of Fromhold. Folk etymology, however, likes to derive this name from Estonian rõõm "joy" or rõõmus "joyful".
ROOSI f Estonian
Allegedly derived from Estonian roos "rose".
ROSILDE f Estonian
Estonian form of Roshild.
RUUDI m Estonian
Short form of RUDOLF.
RUUTA f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of RUUT as well as the Estonian form of RŪTA.
SAALE f Estonian
Short form of ROSALIE.
SAALI f Estonian
Diminutive of ROSALIA and variant of SAALE.
SAAMO m Estonian
Variant of SAAMU.
SAAMU m Estonian
Short form of SAAMUEL.
SAAMUEL m Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of SAMUEL.
SAARI f Estonian (Rare)
Diminutive of SAARA.
SABIINE f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of SABINA.
SÄDE f Estonian
Derived from Estonian säde "spark".
SAIME f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of Saima. The name coincides with the first-person plural past form of saama "to get, to receive; to become; to be able to".
SAIMI f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Variant of SAIMA (2), which was derived from Lake Saimaa.
SALME f German (East Prussian), Estonian, Finnish
East Prussian German, Estonian and Finnish contracted form of SALOME. As an Estonian name, Salme is also associated with Estonian salm "poem, verse" and a dialectal word for "inlet, sound".
SALMO m Estonian (Archaic)
Short form of SALMON and masculine form of SALME.
SÄSIL f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of CECILIA, reflecting the pronunciation of CÉCILE.
SASS m Estonian
Diminutive of ALEKSANDER.
SEMJON m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Семён (see SEMYON).
SENNI f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Finnish short form of SENNIIJA as well as a variant of SENJA.
SEPO m Estonian
Estonian form of SEPPO (1).
SEVASTJAN m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian transcription of Russian Севастьян (see SEVASTYAN).
SIBÜLLA f Estonian (Archaic)
Archaic Estonian form of SIBYLLA.
SIGRE f Estonian (Rare)
Possibly a variant of SIGRID or SIGNE.
SIGRIT f Estonian
Estonian form of SIGRID.
SIIMO m Estonian
Originally a short form of SIIMON, used as a given name in its own right.
SIIMON m Estonian (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Estonian and Finnish form of SIMON (1).
SIIMU m Estonian
Variant of SIIMO.
SIIVI f Estonian
Variant of SIIRI.
SILVAR m Estonian
Variant of SILVER.
SILVER m Estonian
Contracted form of SILVESTER.
SILVI f Estonian
Short form of SILVIA, used as a given name in its own right.
SILVO m Estonian, Slovene
Contracted form of SILVESTER.
SIMMO m Estonian
Originally a short form of Simon, used as a given name in its own right.
SIMMU m Estonian
Variant of SIMMO.
SIMUN m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Simon.
SIRELI f Estonian
Derived from Estonian sireli, the genitive form of sirel, "lilac".
SIRELIN f Estonian
Elaborated form of SIRELI.
SIRET f Estonian
Variant of SIRJE.
SIRJA f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Finnish form and Estonian variant of SIRJE.
SIRLE f Estonian
Variant of SIRLI.
SIRLI f Estonian
Commonly understood as a variant of SIRJE, this name may also be inspired by the Estonian word sirel "lilac".
SIRLY f Estonian
Variant of SIRLI.
SOFJA f Estonian
Contracted form of SOFIJA.
STEN m Estonian
Even though this name was originally an adoption of Swedish STEN, this name is now considered a variant of STEFAN in Estonia.
SULA m Livonian, Medieval Baltic, Estonian (Archaic)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Current theories range from a derivation from Livonian sula "liquid; unfrozen" to a derivation from Latvian sula "juice" to a Livonian variant of Estonian SULEV... [more]
SULEV m Estonian
Estonian name meaning "good-natured, benevolent", ultimately from Finnish sulo "charm" (see SULO).
SVENO m Estonian (Archaic)
Archaic variant of SVEN.
SVJATOSLAV m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Святослав (see SVYATOSLAV).
TAANIEL m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of DANIEL.
TAANO m Estonian (Archaic)
Short form of TAANIEL, used as a given name in its own right.
TAAVE m Estonian
Variant of TAAVI.
TAAVO m Estonian
Variant of TAAVI.
TÄHE f Estonian (Rare)
From the genitive form of Estonian täht, cognate with Finnish TÄHTI.
TÄHTE f Estonian (Rare)
From Estonian täht, cognate with Finnish TÄHTI.
TAIDI f Estonian (Archaic)
Meaning unknown. Compare this name with the similar-looking names TAIDA and TAIDAS, both of which are in use in Estonia's fellow Baltic country Lithuania.
TAIMA f Estonian
Variant of TAIMI.
TAIMAR m Estonian
Possibly of Germanic origin.
TAISSIJA f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Таисия (see TAISIYA).
TAIVI f Estonian
Variant of TAIVE.
TAIVO m Estonian
Derived from Old Estonian taivas (taevas in Modern Estonian) "heaven".
TALIS m Estonian
Possibly an Estonian borrowing of TĀLIS.
TALVE f Estonian (Archaic)
Variant of TALVI. The name coincides with the genitive case of talv "winter".
TALVI f Estonian, Finnish
As a Finnish name, Talvi is derived from Finnish talvi "winter" while as an Estonian name it is derived from Estonian talv "winter".
TALVO m Estonian
Variant of TAALO.
TAMAARA f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of TAMARA.
TAMBET m Estonian
Coined by Eduard Bornhöhe for a character in his novel 'Tasuja' (1880). The exact origin and meaning of this name are uncertain, it has, however, been speculated that it might be a contraction of Estonian tammepuust "of oak wood".
TAMUR m Estonian
Variant of TAMMO.
TANI m Estonian
Short form of TANEL, rarely used as a given name in its own right.
TANNO m Estonian
Variant of TAANO.
TARASS m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Тарас (see TARAS).
TARMU m Estonian
Variant of TARMO.
TARVI m Estonian
Variant of TARVO.
TARVO m Finnish, Estonian
Derived from either Old Finnish tarvas "wild aurochs" or from Estonian tarv, a dialectal variant of tarm, "energy, vigour".
TAURI m Estonian
20th-century coinage of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from KAURI or from TARVO.
TAVO m Estonian
Variant of TAAVO.
TEELE f Estonian
Originally a short form of ADEELE, used as a given name in its own right.
TEESI f Estonian
Diminutive of TEREESE.
TEET m Estonian
Short form of TEETLEV.
TEETLEV m Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of DETLEF.
TEHO m Estonian
Contracted form of TEHVO.
TEISI f Estonian
Variant of TEESI.
TEREESE f Estonian
Estonian form of THERESE.
TERI f Estonian
Estonian form of TERHI.
TIHHON m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian transcription of Russian Тихон (see TIKHON).
TIIDO m Estonian
Short form of TIIDRIK.
TIIDU m Estonian
Variant of TIIDO.
TIMMO m Estonian
Estonian form of TIMO (1).
TIMMU m Estonian
Variant of TIMMO.
TÕNN m Estonian
Originally a short form of TÕNIS, now used as a given name in its own right.
TOOM m Estonian
Short form of TOOMAS.
TOONI f Estonian (Rare)
Diminutive of ANTONIA, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
TOOTS m Estonian
Estonian name of Livonian origin.
TORM m Estonian (Rare)
Directly taken from Estonian torm "storm".
TORMI m Estonian
Variant of TORM.
TRIINA f Estonian
Short form of KATARIINA.
TRIINE f Estonian
Variant of TRIINA.
TRUUTA f Estonian
Short form of GERTRUD.
TUNNE m Estonian
Form of TAUNO. It also coincides with the Estonian word for "to touch".
TUUDOR m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of TEODOR.
TUUDUR m Estonian
Variant of TUUDOR.
TUULIKA f Estonian (Rare)
Diminutive of TUULI, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
TUULIKE f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of TUULI, used as a given name in its own right (compare TUULIKKI).
TUULIKI f Estonian
Originally a diminutive of TUULI, used as a given name in its own right.
TUULO m & f Finnish, Estonian
Variant or masculine form of TUULI.
UKKI f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Feminine form of UKKO.
UKO m Estonian
Variant of UKU.
UKU m Estonian, Baltic Mythology
Estonian cognate of Finnish UKKO. This name is borne by the god of weather and lightning in Estonian mythology.
ÜLAR m Estonian
Variant of ÜLLAR.
ÜLARI m Estonian
Variant of ÜLO.
ULJAS m Finnish, Estonian
Derived from Finnish uljas "proud, noble, valiant". This is also a Finnish translation of Greek PTOLEMAIOS.
ÜLLA f Estonian
Feminine form of ÜLLO.
ÜLLAR m Estonian
Variant of ÜLO.
ÜLLAS m Estonian
Variant of ÜLLO. The name coincides with Estonian üllas "noble".
ÜLLE f Estonian
Feminine form of ÜLO.
ÜLLO m Estonian, Medieval Baltic
Derived from Livonian ilo "joy", this name was mentioned in the Chronicle of Henry of Livonia in its Latinized form Ylo. The form Üllo was eventually revived through 19th-century literature; folk etymology has associated the name with Estonian ülev "exalted" and üllas "noble" ever since.
ULVE f Estonian
Variant of ULVI.
ULVI f Estonian
Derived from the place name Ulvi in Ida-Viru County, Estonia.
UNE f Estonian (Archaic)
Feminine form of UNO.
URBO m Estonian
Short form of URBAN.
ÜRJO m Estonian (Rare)
Diminutive of JÜRGEN, occasionally used as given name in its own right.
URMA f Estonian (Rare)
Feminine form of URMAS.
URME f Estonian (Rare)
Feminine form of URMAS.
URMET m Estonian
Variant of URMAS.
URMO m Estonian
Variant of URMAS.
URVES m Estonian (Archaic)
Masculine form of URVE.
UUDO m Estonian
Variant of UDO (1).
UUNO m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish form and Estonian variant of UNO.
VAARIKA f Estonian (Rare)
Allegedly derived from Estonian vaarikas "rapsberry".
VAHO m Estonian
Variant of VAHUR.
VAHUR m Estonian, Literature
Coined by Estonian author Eduard Börnhohe for a character in his 1880 novel 'Tasuja'. Börnhohe allegedly derived the name from Estonian vahva "brave".
VAIDA f Lithuanian, Estonian
Possibly derived from Lithuanian vaidytis / vaidentis "to appear; to ghost; to haunt" or else a short form of VAIDOTA and VAIDOTĖ.
VAIDO m Estonian
Masculine form of VAIDA.
VAIGE f Estonian
Variant of VAIKE.
VAIGO m Estonian
Variant of VAIKO.
VAIKI f Estonian
Variant of VAIKE.
VAIKO m Estonian
Masculine form of VAIKE.
VÄINO m Estonian
Estonian form of VÄINÖ.
VALDEKO m Estonian
Diminutive of VALDO.
VALDO m Estonian
Estonian form of VALTO.
VALDUR m Estonian
Variant of VALDO.
VALENTÕNA f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of VALENTINA used to transcribe Ukrainian Валентина.
VALERJAN m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Валерьян (see VALERYAN).