Yakut Submitted Names
are used by the Yakut (or Sakha) people of Siberia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AIYY KUO f Yakut (Rare)
Means "beautiful Aiyy" from the name of the Yakut Aiyy deities combined with куо (kuo)
AIYY SIEN m Yakut (Rare)
Means "grandson of Aiyy
" from Yakut сиэн (sien)
meaning "grandson" combined with the name of the Yakut Aiyy deities.
ALBAN m Yakut
Means "wonderful, excellent, lovely" in Yakut.
ALDAANA f Yakut
From the name of the Aldan River that flows through Yakutia.
ALGYR m Yakut
Means "tenacious, capable, person with great erudition".
ALTAANA f Yakut
Derived from Yakut алтан (altan)
ARCHYN m Yakut
Means "deliverer, savior, redeemer" in Yakut.
AY m Yakut
Means "the inventor" in Yakut.
AYAAL m Yakut
Derived from Yakut ай (ay)
meaning "to invent".
AYAAN m Yakut
Derived from Yakut айан (ayan)
AYANTAY m Yakut
Means "the further way", ultimately from Yakut айан (ayan)
AYASTAAN m Yakut
Either from Yakut айаас (ayaas)
meaning "unbroken" or айа (aya)
AYIINA f Yakut
From Айыы (Ayii)
, the name of the supreme and creator deity in Yakut mythology.
AYTAL m Yakut
Either from айыы (ayii)
, the name of a a Yakut god of light or from ай (ay)
meaning "to create" and тал (tal)
meaning "to choose".
BAATYR m Yakut
Derived from Yakut баҕатыр (Bağatyr)
BADEEY m Yakut
Derived from the name of a folk Yakut hero who was the first leader of the Kangalassky Yakuts.
BOOTUR m Yakut
Means "protector", "to protect the people and the homeland".
DOLUN m Yakut
Means "winner" or "victory of the revolution".
DURUSTAAN m Yakut
Means "high, straight, smooth, energetic, persistent".
ELLEY m Yakut
From the name of Elley Bootur, a Yakut cultural hero who founded the pastoral economy of the Yakut people.
ERGIS m Yakut
From the name of a Yakut mythical hero; means "revolving", "energetic".
KERECHEENE f Yakut
Derived from Yakut кэрэ (kere)
meaning "beautiful, lovely".
KHAARCHAANA f Yakut
From Yakut хаар (xaar)
meaning "snow", of Turkic origin. This is also the Yakut name for the milk-white brittlegill, a type of flower, and a reference to the Snezhana
, a Russian fairy tale character.
KÜNNEY f Yakut
From Yakut күн (kün)
meaning "sun, solar".
KYDAANA f Yakut
Either means "blizzard", "cold", or "the sparkle of kydamniir" in Yakut.
KYTALIINA f Yakut
Derived from Yakut кыталык (kytalyk)
meaning "Siberian crane".
MANCHAARY m Yakut
From the name of Vasiliy Manchaary (or simply Manchaary), a Yakut national hero.
MUNNAN m Yakut
From the name of Munnan Darkhan, the second leader of the Kangalassky Yakuts.
NYURGUN m Yakut
Derived from Yakut ньургуһун (nurguhun)
meaning "snowdrop (a type of flower)". Nyurgun is a mythical hero to the Yakuts.
NYURGUYANA f Yakut
Means "Pulsatilla" in Yakut. A Pulsatilla, or Pasqueflower, is a type of flower that can be found in cold areas.
SAARYN m Yakut
Means "one with a developed lower body, 'Don Juan', a favorite of women".
SAKHAAYA f Yakut
Derived from Yakut Саха (Sakha)
meaning "Sakha, Yakut".
SANDAARA f Yakut
Derived from Yakut сандаар (sandaar)
meaning "to shine".
SARDAANA f Yakut
From Yakut сардаана (sardaana)
meaning "Siberian lily", referring to a type of flower that grows in Yakutia.
SAYIINA f Yakut
Derived from Yakut сайын (sayın)
TUSKULAANA f Yakut
Either from тускул (tuskul)
meaning "future" or means "doing good" in Yakut.
TYGYN m Yakut
From the name of Тыгын Дархан (Tygyn Darkhan)
a legendary Yakut leader from the 17th century.
UYGUUNA f Yakut
Means "rich, successful," from Yakut уйгу (uygu)