152 Estonian Baby Names With Meanings

Baby naming is such a huge responsibility! Should you go classic or trendy? Historical or celebrity? Will the trendy name you pick now sound good when the baby has transitioned into adulthood? Does the chosen name combine well with the surname as well? No wonder some parents spend almost nine months discussing names. But if you’re looking for a unique baby girl name, why not try one of the Estonian baby names?

Estonia, a flat country located on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea, does not have to try to be different. It’s unique in the truest sense. The country may share its history and geography with Lithuania and Latvia, but its culture is truly distinct. The same can be said about Estonia baby names.

The naming laws in Estonia are as strict as most of the European countries. Parents cannot be creative in terms of baby names. They need to pick names approved by the government. Even the naming convention is similar to other European countries – a name, followed by the surname. Middle name is optional. Explore MomJunction's list of Estonian baby names with meanings below.

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
ArturCeltic - Stone, Bear; Germanic - Thor, The Eagle; A variant of name ArthurBoy
DarjaOne who has GodGirl
EliiseFrom Elisabeth, which means My God is an oath, My God is abundanceGirl
Emmathe meaning of this name is universal whole.Girl
LauraPerson crowned with laurelsGirl
LisandraHe who is a protector of mankind, short for AlexandraGirl
MaksimA man who is greater than othersBoy
MariaBiblical name, mother of jesusGirl
MartinA warlike, hostile individualBoy
MiaThe person who is dearly to everyone.Girl
MirtelEvergreen shrubGirl
OliverThe one who represents the emblem of peace or olive tree.Boy
RasmusHe who is belovedBoy
RobertGermanic - Bright famous one; Famously Famous;Boy
RobinGermanic - Bright famous one; Famously Famous; A variant of RobertBoy
RometJoyBoy
SandraShort form for alexandra which means protector of manGirl
SebastianHe who is from SebastiaBoy
SofiaMeans wisdom in Greek. A wise womanGirl
AabrahamEstonian spelling for Abraham. It means father of many.Boy
AadelheideEstonian form of Alice, meaning noble.Girl
AdrusA form of Andrew; a diligent and sociable individualBoy
AemilieEstonian form of Emily. It means work.Girl
AgnesiaEstonian form of Agnes. It means holy.Girl
AiandamaA woman who gardens.Girl
AitamahShe who is helpful.Girl
AnastassiaEstonian form of Anastasia. It means resurrection.Girl
AndrusOld Greek - Male; Manly; Brave; Virility; A variant of name AndrewBoy
AndželiaEstonian form of Angela. It means angel.Girl
AndželikaEstonian form of Angelica. It means angel.Girl
AntooniaEstonian form of Antonia. It means highly praiseworthy.Girl
ArriPowerful rulerBoy
AstrellaA form of Esther, meaning star.Girl
AytamaShe who is helpfulGirl
BarbaEstonian variant of Barbara, meaning stranger.Girl
BirgithEstonian variant of Brigid, meaning noble.Girl
CärolyEstonian variant of Carol, meaning mean.Girl
DagiEstonian word for cornGirl
DorelEstonian form of Dorothy. It means gift of God.Girl
EdenemaProgressGirl
EdukHe who is successfulBoy
ElsbetEstonian form of Elizabeth. It means one who is pledged to god.Girl
EltsJoined with GodGirl
ElutaDeep wisdomGirl
EndrikEstonian form of Hendrik. It means ruler of the home.Boy
GaabrielA form of Gabriel, meaning man of God.Boy
GraatsiaEstonian form of Grace, meaning graceful.Girl
HeleHele is a form of Helen and means light.Girl
HillarPleased, blissfullBoy
JaagupEstonian form of Jacob, meaning supplanter.Boy
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