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Aabel m Estonian (Archaic), Finnish (Rare)
Estonian form and Finnish variant of Abel.
Aadam m Urdu, Somali, Estonian
Urdu, Somali, and Estonian form of Adam.
Aade f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Estonian aade "idea, thought" (compare the Finnish masculine name Aate).
Aadi m Estonian
Estonian form of Adolf.
Aado m Estonian
Estonian short form of Adam or Adolf.
Aal f Estonian
Estonian variant of Aale.
Aale f Estonian
Estonian form of Alla and Estonian diminutive of Rosalia.
Aare m Estonian
Derived from Estonian aare "treasure" and cognate of Finnish Aarre.
Aasa f Estonian
Commonly derived from Estonian aas "meadow", this name might have originally been a variant of Aase.
Adeele f Estonian
Estonian form of Adele.
Aet f Estonian
Estonian cognate of Agatha.
Afanassi m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Афанасий (see Afanasiy).
Agaate f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Agatha.
Agu m Estonian
Short form of August. This name is also sometimes considered a direct adoption of Estonian agu "early dawn".
Aile f Estonian
Variant of Estonian Aili, itself a borrowing of Finnish Aili.
Aili f Estonian
Estonian short form of both Alice and Adelheid as well as an adoption of Finnish Aili.
Aimur m Estonian
Estonian form of Aimo.
Aine f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of Aini.
Ainika f Estonian (Rare), Latvian (Rare)
Estonian diminutive of Aina 1, used as a given name in its own right.
Aire f Estonian
Estonian variant of Airi.
Airiin f Estonian (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Aire and Riin. It is occasionally also treated as a variant of Irene (mimicking the English pronunciation of this name) and an Estonian borrowing of Erin.
Aita f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Estonian aitama "to help" and a contraction of Agatha. This name was borne by the protagonist of Andres Saali's novel 'Aita' (1891).
Aksel m Estonian
Estonian form of Axel.
Alar m Estonian
Estonian form of Alaric.
Aldi m Estonian
Estonian form of Aldo.
Alev m Estonian
Possibly derived from Estonian alev meaning "burough".
Algo m Estonian
Estonian form of Algot.
Aliina f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Finnish form and Estonian variant of Alina.
Aliise f Estonian
Estonian form of Alice.
Älis f Estonian (Modern)
Estonian variant of Alice.
Alo m Estonian (Modern), Livonian, Medieval Baltic
Livonian name of uncertain origin and meaning, mentioned in the Chronicle of Henry of Livonia. In modern-day Estonia, this name is used as a short form of Aleksander and associated with Estonian alustus “beginning".
Alviina f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Alvina and Finnish variant of Alfiina.
Alviine f Estonian
Estonian form of Alwine and variant of Alviina.
Andi m Estonian, Croatian
Estonian variant of Anti.
Anete f Estonian, Latvian
Estonian and Latvian form of Annette.
Anfissa f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Анфиса (see Anfisa).
Anžela f Latvian, Estonian
Latvian form of Angela and Estonian transcription of Анжела (see Anzhela).
Armi f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Finnish and Estonian short form of Armida and Armilda. This name was borne by Armi Kuusela (b. 1934), Miss Universe 1952.
Armiida f Finnish, Estonian (Archaic)
Finnish and Estonian form of Armida.
Armilda f Estonian
Estonian form of Armhilde.
Armo m Estonian
Estonian variant of Armas.
Ärni m Estonian
Estonian form of Ernst.
Artjom m Estonian
Estonian form of Artemios.
Asmo m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Asmus as well as the Finnish form of Asmund.
Asso m Estonian, Livonian, Curonian
Livonian, Curonian and Estonian form of Azzo. In modern times, this name is considered a variant of Asko in Estonia.
Atso m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Azzo.
Barba f Breton, Corsican, Latvian, Estonian (Archaic)
Breton, Corsican, Latvian and Estonian cognate of Barbara (compare French Barbe).
Betti f Estonian, Hungarian
Estonian short form of Eliisabet and Hungarian short form of Erzsébet.
Birjo f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian cognate of Pirjo.
Boriss m Latvian, Estonian
Latvian form and Estonian variant of Boris.
Borõss m Estonian
Estonian variant of Boris used to transcribe Ukrainian Борис.
Daaniel m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of Daniel.
Daile f Estonian
Estonian borrowing of Daila.
Deboora f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Deborah.
Demjan m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Демьян (see Demyan).
Deniss m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Денис (see Denis).
Doora f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Dora.
Dzintar m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian borrowing of Dzintars.
Ebe f Estonian
Short form of names beginning with the Germanic element eber meaning "wild boar", making it an Estonian cognate of Ebba. It is also sometimes used as a short form of Eliisabet.
Eedit f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant and Finnish form of Edith.
Eego m Estonian
Estonian invented name.
Egle f Latvian (Rare), Estonian
Latvian and Estonian cognate of Eglė as well as a direct derivation from Latvian egle "spruce tree; fir tree; pine tree".
Einari m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish form and Estonian variant of Einar.
Elari m Estonian
An Estonian masculine name.
Elfi f German, Estonian
German diminutive of Elfriede and Estonian diminutive of Elfriide.
Elfriide f Estonian
Estonian form of Elfriede.
Elga f Italian, Latvian, Estonian, Hungarian (Rare)
Latvian, Estonian and Italian cognate of Helga.
Eliise f Estonian
Estonian short form of Eliisabet and cognate of Elise.
Elis f Estonian, Slovene (Rare)
Originally an Estonian short form of Eliisabet and a Slovene short form of Elizabeta, now used as a given name in its own right.
Elmiine f Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of Elmine.
Elve f Estonian, Sami
Sami form and Estonian variant of Elvi.
Elvi f Finnish, Estonian, Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), Icelandic (Rare)
Finnish and Estonian short form of Elviira, Estonian short form of Elviine and Elfriede and Scandinavian short form of Elvira, Elvina, Ellevi, Elsevi and Elva.
Enar m Old Swedish, Old Danish, Swedish, Estonian
Old Danish, Old Swedish and Swedish younger form of Æinarr as well as an Estonian variant of Einar.
Epp f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Estonian hepp "lively" and a variant of Ebe.
Ere f Estonian (Rare)
Directly taken from Estonian ere "bright".
Esta f Faroese, Estonian
Faeroese and Estonian variant of Ester. As an Estonian name, since the 19th century Esta has been associated with Estonia, the Latin name of the country.
Este f Finnish (Rare), Estonian
Finnish diminutive of Ester and Estonian variant of Esta.
Evi f Dutch, Estonian, German
Dutch variant of Evie and Estonian variant of Eevi. As a German name, Evi is a diminutive of Eva and generally not used as a given name in its own right.
Evika f Estonian, Slovene
Estonian diminutive of Evi and Slovene diminutive of Eva, rarely used as a given name in its own right.
Fjodor m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Фёдор (see Fyodor).
Gaidi f Estonian
Estonian borrowing of Gaida.
Gerlin f Medieval German, Estonian (Modern)
Medieval German diminutive of Gertrud and Estonian elaboration of Gerli.
Gordei m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Гордей.
Greeta f Estonian (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Estonian variant of Greete and Finnish variant of Greta.
Grethel f English (Rare), Estonian, Literature
English and Estonian variant of Gretel. Grethel is the main character in Grimm's fairy tails 'Hansel and Grethel' and 'Clever Grethel'.
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".
Hanno m Estonian, German
Northern German and Estonian short form of Johannes.
Heelia f Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of Greek Helia.
Helbe f Estonian
Derived from Estonian helbe, the genitive case of helve "flake" (see Helve).
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.
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, Swedish (Latinized, Rare)
Estonian form and Swedish Latinization 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]
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).
Helje f Estonian, Finnish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Estonian and Finnish variant and Norwegian form of Helja.
Helle f Estonian
Variant of Helena. This name is also associated with Estonian hell “tender” (compare Hellä).
Hiie f Estonian (Rare)
Allegedly derived from Estonian hiie, the genitive singular / attributive form of hiis “sacred grove”.
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.
Hirvo m Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian hirv "deer".
Iisak m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Isaac.
Iljo m Estonian, Bulgarian
Southern Estonian form of Elias (via Russian Ilya) and Bulgarian variant transcription of Ilyo.
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.
Illis m Estonian (Archaic)
Archaic southern Estonian variant of Elias.
Ilmaneitsi f Estonian
Estonian form of Ilmatar.
Ilmatütar f Estonian
Variant Estonian form of Ilmatar.
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".
Imant m Estonian
Estonian form of Imants.
Inda f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Estonian ind "enthusiasm, zeal" and a truncated form of Linda.
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".
Ireene f Estonian
Estonian variant of Irene.
Irinarh m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian transcription of Russian Иринарх.
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.
Jaagu m Estonian
Estonian short form of Jaagup.
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.
Jalmar m Estonian
Estonian form of Hjalmar.
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).
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).
Juri m German, Estonian
German and Estonian transcription of Russian Юрий (see Yuriy).
Juudit f Estonian, Finnish
Estonian and Finnish form of Judith.
Kaari f Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Finnish and Estonian form of Kari.
Kaarin f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Karin.
Kallis m Estonian (Rare)
Possibly derived from the Estonian term of endearment kallis "darling; beloved; dear; precious".
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.
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.
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.
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”.
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".
Kirsike f Estonian (Rare)
Cognate of Finnish Kirsikka, derived from Estonian kirss "cherry".
Klaara f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Clara.
Kleer f Estonian (Modern, Rare)
Estonian adoption of Claire.
Koidu f Estonian
Derived from the genitive singular (attributive) form of Estonian koit "dawn".
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).
Kreeta f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian variant of Greta.
Kristiine f Estonian
Estonian form of Christine.
Ksenja f Estonian (Rare), Slovene
Estonian form of Xenia and Slovene variant of Ksenija.
Kuldar m Estonian
Derived from Estonian kuld "gold".
Kunnar m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Gunnar.
Lauli f Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian laul "song, melody".
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.
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.
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".
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).
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]
Leontine f German (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
German and Estonian form of Léontine and Leontina.
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).
Liili f Estonian, Greenlandic
Estonian variant of Lili and Greenlandic younger form of Lîle.
Liilia f Estonian
Directly taken from Estonian liilia "lily".
Liine f Estonian
Estonian form of Line.
Liivi f Estonian
Short form of Olivia or Livia. Or from an Estonian place name Livonia.
Liivia f Estonian
Estonian form of Livia.
Lille f Estonian
Derived from Estonian lille, the genitive form of lill, "flower".
Lilli f Estonian
Estonian variant of both Lille and Lili.
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.
Loore f Estonian
Estonian form of Lore 1.
Lota f Croatian, Slovene, Estonian
Croatian and Slovene form and Estonian variant of Lotta.
Lukjan m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Лукьян (see Lukyan).
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.
Maanus m Estonian
Estonian form of Magnus.
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".
Magdaleena f Finnish, Estonian
Finnish and Estonian form of Magdalene.
Maila f Estonian, Finnish
Estonian contraction of Maria or Maarja and Eliisabet as well as a Finnish variant of Maria derived from a baby talk form.
Mailis f Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Estonian
Scandinavian variant of Majlis and Estonian contraction of Mai and Lis.
Mann f Estonian
Variant of Manni and, ultimately, Maria. A famous bearer is Mann Helstein (1988-), Estonian viola player.
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.
Marge f Estonian
Estonian form of Marga.
Marget f Estonian
Estonian variant of Marge.
Mariina f Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare), Greenlandic
Finnish and Estonian variant of Marina and younger Greenlandic form of Marîna.
Mariliis f Estonian
Combination of Mari 1 and Liis, making it an Estonian cognate of Marlies (as well as Finnish Marja-Liisa).
Marve f Estonian
Estonian form of Marfa.
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.
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]
Meeta f Estonian
Estonian variant of Meta.
Mehis m Estonian
Derived from Estonian mehine "manly".
Melita f Latvian, Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), Croatian, Slovene, Polish, Estonian
Latvian, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Slovene, Polish and Estonian form of Melitta.
Merika f Estonian, Finnish
Estonian variant of Merike.
Mesike f Estonian
Derived from Estonian mesi, the genitive case of mee, "honey".
Mihhail m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Михаил (see Mikhail).
Mikk m Estonian
Originally an Estonian short form of Mihkel, now used as a given name in its own right.
Minni f Finnish (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Finnish variant of Minnie and Estonian variant of Minna.
Mirge f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian borrowing of Mirga.
Mirt f Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian mirt, a dialectal variant of mürt, "myrtle".
Mõhhailo m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Ukrainian Михайло (see Mykhailo).
Natalja f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Наталия and Наталья (see Natalia).
Nigulas m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Nicholas.
Nuut m Finnish (Archaic), Estonian (Archaic)
Finnish and Estonian form of Knut.
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".
Õilme f Estonian
Derived from Estonian õilme, the genitive case of õile (see Õile).
Oivo m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian cognate of Oiva.
Oliivia f Estonian
Estonian 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.
Õnneleid f & m Estonian
Longer form of Õnne, meaning "good luck" in Estonian.
Õrne f Estonian (Rare)
Derived from Estonian õrn "tender; fragile".
Oudekki f Estonian
Estonian form of Eudoxia.
Päären m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian adaption and contraction of Bernhard.
Pärtel m Estonian
Estonian variant of Bertold and Bartholomeus.
Pauliine f Estonian
Estonian form of Pauline.
Pearu m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of Bernhard.
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".
Pirgit f Estonian
Estonian variant of Birgit.
Pjotr m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Пётр (see Pyotr).
Praskovja f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Прасковья (see Praskovya).
Ragne f Norwegian (Rare), Estonian (Rare)
Norwegian variant and Estonian form of Ragna.
Raili f Finnish, Estonian
Possibly a Finnish variant of Raakel and an Estonian variant of Rahel.
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.
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]
Regiina f Estonian
Estonian form of Regina.
Reimo m Estonian
Estonian form of Reimund.
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.
Riko m Estonian
Estonian form of Rick.
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.
Ruuta f Estonian (Rare)
Variant of Ruut as well as the Estonian form of Rūta.
Saamuel m Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of Samuel.
Sabiine f Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Sabina.
Säde f Estonian
Derived from Estonian säde "spark".
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".
Semjon m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Семён (see Semyon).
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.
Sigrit f Estonian
Estonian form of Sigrid.
Siimon m Estonian (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Estonian and Finnish form of Simon 1.
Simun m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian form of Simon.
Sireli f Estonian
Derived from Estonian sireli, the genitive form of sirel, "lilac".
Sirja f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Finnish form and Estonian variant of Sirje.
Sirli f Estonian
Commonly understood as a variant of Sirje, this name may also be inspired by the Estonian word sirel "lilac".
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).
Svjatoslav m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Святослав (see Svyatoslav).
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.
Taissija f Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Таисия (see Taisiya).
Taivo m Estonian
Derived from Old Estonian taivas (taevas in Modern Estonian) "heaven".
Talis m Estonian
Possibly an Estonian borrowing of Tālis.
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".
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".
Tarass m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Тарас (see Taras).
Tarvo m Finnish, Estonian
Derived from either Old Finnish tarvas "wild aurochs" or from Estonian tarv, a dialectal variant of tarm, "energy, vigour".
Teetlev m Estonian (Archaic)
Estonian form of Detlef.
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).
Timmo m Estonian
Estonian form of Timo 1.
Toots m Estonian
Estonian name of Livonian origin.
Torm m Estonian (Rare)
Directly taken from Estonian torm "storm".
Tunne m Estonian
Form of Tauno. It also coincides with the Estonian word for "to touch".
Tuudor m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian variant of Teodor.
Uku m Estonian, Baltic Mythology
Estonian cognate of Finnish Ukko. This name is borne by the god of weather and lightning in Estonian mythology.
Üllas m Estonian
Variant of Üllo. The name coincides with Estonian üllas "noble".
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.
Uuno m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish form and Estonian variant of Uno.
Vaarika f Estonian (Rare)
Allegedly derived from Estonian vaarikas "rapsberry".
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".
Väino m Estonian
Estonian form of Väinö.