Finnish Girl Names

Aamu

morning

Aina

Spanish (Balearic) form of Anna, meaning "favor; grace."

Aino

Finnish myth name from the Kalevala, meaning the only one

Akka

Feminine counterpart of Finnish Ukko, meaning old lady

Aliisa

Finnish form of Alice, meaning noble sort

Alli

Finnish nickname for Dutch/German Adelheid, meaning noble sort

Anna-liisa

Finnish equivalent of Italian compound name Annalisa, meaning favor; grace, and God is my oath

Anneli

Finnish pet form of Latin Anna, meaning favor; grace

Anni

Finnish pet form of Latin Anna, meaning favor; grace

Anniina

Finnish pet form of Latin Anna, meaning favor; grace

Annikki

Finnish pet form of Latin Anna, meaning favor; grace

Annukka

Finnish pet form of Latin Anna, meaning favor; grace

Ansa

virtue

Anu

Estonian and Finnish pet form of Latin Anna, meaning favor; grace

Aune

Finnish form of Agnes, meaning chaste; holy

Eerika

Feminine form of Finnish Eerikki, meaning ever-ruler

Eeva

Finnish form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Eevi

Finnish form of Latin Eva, meaning alive, living

Eleonoora

Finnish form of Provençal Alienor, meaning foreign; the other

Eliina

Finnish form of Helen, meaning torch or moon or more likely to elope

Eliisa

Finnish form of Elisabeth, meaning God is my oath

Elina

Finnish form of Helen, meaning torch or moon or more likely to elope

Elli

German pet form of Elizabeth, meaning "God is my oath."

Esteri

Finnish form of English Esther, meaning star

Eveliina

Finnish feminine form of unisex Evelyn, meaning little bird

Fredriika

Finnish feminine form Fredrik, meaning peaceful ruler

Fredriikka

Variant of Finnish Fredriika, meaning peaceful ruler

hanna

Hannele

Finnish pet form of *JoHanna God is gracious, and Hanna gracious, merciful

Helka

Finnish form of Scandinavian Helga, meaning prosperous, successful

HellÄ

gentle

Helmi

pearl

Henna

Finnish feminine form of Henri, meaning home-ruler

Henriikka

Feminine form of Finnish Henrikki, meaning home-ruler

Hilja

silence

Hillevi

Finnish and Swedish form of German Heilwig, meaning "healthy battle."

Iida

Finnish form of Ida, meaning work

Iines

Finnish form of English Agnes, meaning chaste; holy

ilmatar

Finnish myth name of an androgynous virgin goddess of the air, derived from the element ilma, meaning air

Ilona

Finnish, Hungarian and Latvian form of Helen, meaning "torch" or "moon" or more likely "to elope."

Ilta

night

Impi

virgin

Inka

Finnish and Frisian feminine form of unisex Inge, meaning foremost one

Inkeri

Finnish form of Scandinavian Ingrid, meaning Ing-beautiful

Irja

Feminine form of Finnish Yrjö, meaning earth-worker, farmer

Jaana

Nickname for Finnish Marjaana, meaning beloved

Janne

Finnish and Swedish pet form of Latin Johanna, meaning "God is gracious."

Jenni

Finnish pet form of Latin Johanna, meaning God is gracious

Josefiina

Feminine form of Finnish Jooseppi, meaning (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son

Kaarina

Finnish form of Katherine, meaning pure

Kaija

Finnish pet form of Katariina, meaning pure

Kaisa

Pet form of Finnish Kaarina, meaning pure

Karoliina

Finnish form of Carolina, meaning man

Kata

Nickname for Hungarian Katalin, Finnish Katariina, and Russian Yekaterina, all meaning "pure."

Katariina

Estonian and Finnish form of Katherine, meaning pure

Kati

Pet form of Hungarian Katalin, meaning "pure."

Katri

Finnish nickname for Katariina, meaning pure

Katriina

Finnish abbreviated form of Katariina, meaning pure

kerttu

Kielo

lily of the valley

Kirsi

Finnish form of Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Kirsti

Finnish form of Christine, meaning follower of Christ

Kristiina

Estonian and Finnish form of Christina, meaning follower of Christ

Kukka

flower

Kylli

Nickname for Finnish Kyllikki, meaning woman

Kyllikki

Finnish myth name from the Kalevala, meaning woman

Lahja

gift

Leena

Nickname for Finnish Matleena, meaning woman of Magdala

Lempi

Finnish myth name of the mother of Lemminkäinen, meaning love

Liina

Nickname for Finnish Karoliina, meaning man

Liisa

Nickname for Finnish Eliisa, meaning God is my oath

Liisi

Nickname for Finnish Eliisa, meaning God is my oath

Louhi

Finnish myth name from the Kalevala. Louhi was a queen of Pohjola, and a witch with the ability to shape-shift and cast powerful spells. The name may mean trance, for it was derived from the element lovi which in the Kalevala seems to refer to a state of trance or enchantment caused by magic; for example, Nouse luontoni lovesta, haon alta haltiani translates to rise my nature from the lovi, (rise) my spirit from beneath the threshold

Loviisa

Finnish feminine form of Louis, meaning famous warrior

Lyydia

Finnish form of Lydia, meaning of Lydia

Lyyti

Pet form of Finnish Lyydia, meaning of Lydia

Maaria

Finnish form of Maria, meaning beloved

Maarika

Pet form of Finnish Maaria, meaning beloved

Maarit

Finnish form of Margaret, meaning pearl

Maija

Finnish form of Mary, meaning beloved
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