List of Finnish Baby Names Meanings View Other Origins

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  • Jensen - JEHN-sən
    Scandinavian meaning is equivalent to John. Danish meaning son of John. Jens is the Danish and Frisian short form of Johannes (equivalent to John). Jensen means son of Jens. -sen means son.
    Meaning: Son of johannes, Origin: Finnish
  • Kai - KIE
    In Basque, kai is a common word meaning "pier of a harbour" and a variant of the first name Kaio (from the old Latin name Caius, meaning "happy"). In Burmese, kai means "strong" or "unbreakable". ... In Hausa, kai means "you". In Hawaiian, kai means "ocean" or "ocean water".
    Meaning: Rejoice, Origin: Finnish
  • Kalle - KAHL-eh
    Kalle is a masculine given name of North Germanic origin, a variation of Karl. In Sweden, people named Karl are commonly nicknamed Kalle. The name is also found in Finland and Estonia.
    Meaning: Strong, Origin: Finnish
  • Kye - KIE
    Kye /ˈkaɪ/ is a common variant of the names Kai, Kay or Kyle. Kye also occurs, via numerous spellings, in many languages. For example, "sea" in Hawaiian, and "narrow" or "slender" in Celtic.. The name may refer to: Kye Allums (born 1989), American transgender advocate.
    Meaning: Rejoice, Origin: Finnish
  • Aadolf - AH-dawlf
    Origin. Meaning. Noble wolf. Adolf, also spelled Adolph and sometimes Latinised to Adolphus, is a given name used in German-speaking countries, in Scandinavia, in the Netherlands and Flanders and to a lesser extent in various Central European countries.
    Meaning: Distinguished or strong wolf, Origin: Finnish, Germanic
  • Aapeli - AH-pe-li
    Aapeli is a Finnish variant of Abel. Abel was the second son of Adam and Eve in the Bible. There are however different meanings to the name depending on which language the name is given in. In Hebrew, it is derived from the word 'hebel' which means 'breath'.
    Meaning: Breathing, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Aapo - AH-po
    Aapo means "father of multitude". Aapo is a variant form of the Dutch, English, German, Finnish, and Hebrew name, Abraham.
    Meaning: Father of many nations, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Aatami - AH-tah-mi
    Given Name AATAMI. GENDER: Masculine. USAGE: Finnish. PRONOUNCED: AH-tah-mee [details]
    Meaning: Man, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Akseli - A-kse-li
    Origin of the name Axel: A borrowing from the Scandinavians, Axel is a cognate of the biblical Absalom, which is derived from the Hebrew 'abshālōm (the father is peace). Var: Aksel, Apsel. From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.Buy the book.
    Meaning: Peace of the father, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Ale - AH-leh
    Ale Name Meaning. English: from the Middle English personal name Ale, a short form of any of the various personal names beginning with Al-. Dutch: unexplained. Estonian: unexplained. Italian (Alé): unexplained.
    Meaning: Defender of man, Origin: Finnish, Greek, Italian
  • Aleksanteri - A-le-ksahn-te-ri
    Given Name ALEKSANTERI. GENDER: Masculine. USAGE: Finnish. PRONOUNCED: AH-lek-sahn-te-ree [details]
    Meaning: Defender of man, Origin: Finnish, Greek
  • Alpertti - AL-per-ti
    Meaning: Aristocratic and bright, Origin: Finnish, Germanic
  • Anneli - AH-ne-li
    Finnish Meaning: The name Anneli is a Finnish baby name. In Finnish the meaning of the name Anneli is: Favor. Grace.
    Meaning: Gracious, Merciful, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Anniina - AH-nee-na
    Meanings and history of the name Annina: | Edit. variant of Anna used in Italian and other languages. variant spelling Anina or Aninna or Anniina. Feminine form of soldier in German. In Aramaic it means "answer my prayer" or "He (God) has favored me"
    Meaning: Gracious, Merciful, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Annikki - AH-ni-ki
    Hebrew Meaning: The name Annikki is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Annikki is: Grace.
    Meaning: Gracious, Merciful, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Annukka - AH-nu-ka
    Meaning: Gracious, Merciful, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Antero - AN-te-ro
    Antero [an-tero] as a boys' name is a Greek name, and the meaning of Antero is "man, warrior". Antero is a version of Andrew (Greek).
    Meaning: Virile, Manly, Origin: Finnish, Greek
  • Antonni - AN-taw-ni
    The name Anthony is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Anthony is: Highly praiseworthy. Famous bearer: Mark Antony, Roman triumvir and general who shared a throne with Queen Cleopatra of Egypt.
  • Artturi - AR-tu-ri
    Given Name ARTTURI. GENDER: Masculine. USAGE: Finnish. PRONOUNCED: AHRT-too-ree [details]
  • Aune - OW-ne
    Aune Name Meaning. Norwegian: habitational name from a farm name found in several places in Norway, derived from Old Norse au{dh}n 'wasteland', 'desolate place'.
    Meaning: Sacred, Chaste, Origin: Finnish, Greek
  • Cecilia - sə-SEE-lee-ə/sə-SEEL-yə
    Meaning & History. Latinate feminine form of the Roman family name Caecilius, which was derived from Latin caecus "blind". Saint Cecilia was a semi-legendary 2nd- or 3rd-century martyr who was sentenced to die because she refused to worship the Roman gods.
  • Edvard - ED-vard
    Origin of the name Edward: Derived from the Old English Eadweard (wealthy or fortunate guardian), a compound name composed of the elements ēad (prosperity, wealth) and weard (guardian, protector). Edward is a royal name, having been borne by three Anglo-Saxon kings and eight kings of England.
  • Edvin - ED-vin
    Origin of the name Edwin: Borrowed from the English, Edwin is derived from the obsolete Old English Eadwine, a compound name composed of the elements ēad (prosperity, fortune, riches) and wine (friend): hence, “wealthy friend.” Var: Edwyn. From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.Buy the book.
    Meaning: Rich or wealthy friend, Origin: Danish, English, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Eelis - EH-lis
    Origin of the name Elijah: Derived from the Hebrew 'ēlīyāhū (Jehovah is God). The name was borne by a 9th century B.C. prophet who, after many years of service, was taken up into heaven in a chariot of fire.
    Meaning: Yahweh is my God, Origin: Finnish, Hebrew
  • Eemeli - EH-meh-li
    Origin of the name Emil: Derived from the Latin Aemilius, an old Roman family name probably derived from aemulus (rival, trying to equal or excel, emulating) There are some who thing Emilio is of Germanic origin and derive it from the element amal (work). From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.Buy the book.
    Meaning: Rival, challenger, Origin: Finnish, Latin
  • Eerika - EH-ri-ka
    The given name Erika, or Erica, is a feminine form of Eric, deriving from the Old Norse name Eiríkr (or Eríkr in Eastern Scandinavia due to monophthongization). ... The name is thus usually taken to mean "sole ruler, autocrat" or "eternal ruler, ever powerful".
    Meaning: Ruling forever, Origin: Finnish, Old Norse
  • Eerikki - EH-ri-ki
    MEANING: This name derives from the Old Norse name Æiríkr > Eiríkr, younger form of “*Aina-rikiaR / *Aiwa-rikiaR”. The name is composed of two elements: “*aina(z) / *aiwa(z)” (always, one, alone) plus “ríkr” (mighty, distinguished). The name means “the one and only, ever powerful”.
  • Eetu - EH-tu
    Given Name EETU. GENDER: Masculine. USAGE: Finnish. PRONOUNCED: E-too [details]
  • Eeva - EH-va
    Finnish Meaning: The name Eeva is a Finnish baby name. In Finnish the meaning of the name Eeva is: Life.
  • Eevi - EH-vi
    Origin of the name Eva: Derived from the Hebrew Chava (life), which is from hawwah (life). From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.Buy the book.