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.
VALERJAN m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Валерьян (see VALERYAN).
VALJO m Estonian
Variant of VALLO.
VALJU m Estonian
Variant of VALJO.
VALLE m Estonian
Variant of VALLO.
VALLO m Estonian
Originally a diminutive of VOLDEMAR and VALENTIN, now used as a given name in its own right.
VALVE f Estonian
Derived from Estonian valve "to guard; watch over".
VALVI f Estonian
Variant of VALVE.
VALVIK m Estonian (Archaic)
Most likely a variant of VALVO.
VALVO m Estonian
Masculine form of VALVE.
VAMBO m Estonian
Short form of VAMBOLA.
VAMBOLA m Estonian
From a character in a novel with the same name by Estonian writer ANDRES Saal (1861-1931). Possibly derived from the name of Varbola castle or from the old Estonian word vambas, which means "mace".
VANE m Estonian (Rare)
Short form of VANEVALD.
VARJA f Estonian (Rare), Slovene
Estonian variant of VARJE and Slovene short form of BARBARA via VARVARA.
VARJE f Estonian
Variant of VARVE.
VARJU f Estonian
Variant of VARJE.
VASSILI m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Василий (see VASILIY).
VASSILISSA f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Василиса (see VASILISA).
VEEGI f Estonian (Archaic)
Possibly a diminutive of SOLVEIG.
VEELIKS m Estonian
Estonian form of FELIX.
VEEVI f Estonian
Variant of VIIVI.
VEIGO m Estonian
Estonian form of VEIKKO.
VELDA f Estonian
Variant of VALDA.
VELJO m Estonian
Derived from Estonian veli or velje “brother”.
VELLA f Finnish, Estonian
Short form of VELLAMO.
VELLI f Estonian
Variant of VELLA.
VENJAMIN m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Вениамин (see VENIAMIN).
VENNO m Estonian
Variant of Vendo.
VEROONIKA f Estonian
Estonian variant of VERONIKA.
VIDRIK m Estonian
Estonian form of FRIEDRICH.
VIIA f Estonian
Originally an old Estonian vernacular form of SOFIA, now used as a given name in its own right.
VIIDO m Estonian
Estonian form of WIDO.
VIISE f Estonian
Short form of LOVIISE.
VIIVE f Estonian
Variant of VIIVI.
VIIVIA f Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of VIVIA.
VIIVIKA f Estonian
Either the Estonian form of VIVIKA or a diminutive of VIIVI.
VIKTOORIA f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of VIKTORIA. This is also the Estoninan name of a genus of water-lilies (known as Victoria in English).
VILJU m Estonian
Variant of VILJO.
VILLI m & f Finnish, Estonian
Means "wild" in Finnish. It could also be used as a shortening of VILLIAM.
VILLO m Estonian
Short form of VILLEM.
VILLU m Estonian
Originally a short form of VILLEM, now used as a given name in its own right (compare VILLE).
VILMO m Estonian
Short form of VILMAR.
VILVE f Estonian
Variant of VILVI.
VILVI f Estonian (Rare)
Allegedly a variant of VALVE.
VIRGE f Estonian
Directly taken from Estonian virge "alert, wakeful".
VOLDEMAR m Estonian
Estonian form of WALDEMAR and Woldemar.
VOLLI m Estonian
Estonian short form of VOLDEMAR.
VOLODÕMÕR m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Ukrainian Володимир (see VOLODYMYR).
VOOTELE m Estonian
Historic name. Possibly popularized from a 13th-century warrior chieftain who was an associate of Lembitu, a king of Sakala County. Both were involved in the 1217 Battle of St. Matthew's Day fought near Viljandi.
VÕSO m Estonian (Archaic)
Derived from Estonian võsa "bush, copse, thicket".
VOTELE m Estonian
Variant of VOOTELE.
ZINOVI m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian transcription of Russian Зиновий (see ZINOVIY).