Finnish Baby Girl Names With Meanings: Looking for Finnish names for your baby girl? Check out here to get the modern, unique and latest Finnish girl name with their meanings from our list of Finnish Names for Girls and Their Meanings.
List of Finnish Names for Baby Girls with Meanings
Aada ― aada has a meaning of noble or a noble one, In Germany word aada means adornment or a first born
Aino ― Finnish – The only one; Unique
Analie ― Variation of Annalie which means The lord has favored me
Dagmar ― A mother
Eelin ― They are the warrior of intelligence
Emese ― this name means mother.
Emma ― the meaning of this name is universal whole.
Enni ― this is a Finnish feminised form of the word Enna meaning edge of a sword.
Enny ― feminised Finnish word for edge of a sword.
Erva ― a Finnish word meaning the hay grown after harvesting.
Esteri ― a Finnish word which means star.
Helmi ― Pearl, precious thing
Helmy ― A Gem of the Sea
Hemmi ― Pearln; will desire Helmet
Hesso ― Tourch, Sun
Hilu ― Cloudberry; yearn for life
Ilda ― Heroine in the battle.
Irma ― Bosnian form of Emma, meaning universal or complete.
Jaana ― A sea of bitterness
Jakki ― She is the heel grabber
Kaarina ― Kaarina means Pure, Chaste
Kaille ― The name means Womanly
Kjerstin ― Kjerstin means She is the Follower of Christ
Kristiina ― Kristiina means Follower of Christ
Leppa ― A Finnish name of legends
Liina ― A warrior of the army
Liisa ― I find my God in an Oath
Linnea ― A Girl whose beauty can be compared to a twinflower
Loppa ― A famous woman worrior
Lumi ― A woman white and cold as Snow
Luvia ― A girl who is deeply loved
Luvianna ― Woman who is loved honestly
Lyyti ― A name who is a great and adorable being
Maaria ― The Sea of sorrow
Maija ― A woman of rebellious nature
Maiuc ― One who is a magical individual; spell bound
Majlis ― A noble person who is born i May
Maria ― Variation of Mary or Miriam which means Bitter or Wished-for child
Marikka ― A woman of turbulent personality
Marja ― Finnish name for berry
Marjo ― One who has deep inner desires and truths
Marjut ― A beloved girl
Meri ― The marine, deep ocean.
Merja ― The holy mother Mary, virgin Mary
Minttu ― Finnish variant of “Mint”, a cool persona
Neea ― One of the flowers, Lime tree.
Niina ― Exhibiting courtesy and politeness.
Orvokki ― Large flowered garden.
Otha ― One who is wealthy and fortunate
Paiva ― Finnish – Born during day light; God of the Sun
Paivi ― A wonderful day; beautiful begining
Pilvi ― Finnish – Cloud;
Pinja ― Finnish – Stone Pine; Estonian Pine
Piritta ― Celtic – Exalted One; Strong and Protective; Old Norse – To help; A variant of Birgit
Pirjo ― Celtic – Exalted One; Strong and Protective; Old Norse – To help; A variant of Birgit
Pirkko ― Celtic – Exalted One; Strong and Protective; Old Norse – To help; A variant of Birgit
Raakel ― Finnish name meaning ewe
Raila ― One who is alert or spirited
Raili ― An ewe
Raita ― Finnish – Goat Willow
Rali ― A spirited one
Ritva ― The branch of the tree
Ros ― A woman with the qualities of a rose
Saana ― A place name, the name of the mountain in Finland
Siiri ― A deminutive of Sigrid, meaning a fair, beutiful woman who is victorious
Silja ― A short for Cecilia, meaning one who is blind
Sini ― A poetic name for the color blue
Sinikka ― One who is like the color blue
Sivia ― One with a hart of a deer
Sivya ― One with a hart of a deer
Sofia ― Means wisdom in Greek. A wise woman
Sohvi ― A woman of wisdom
Soila ― A glow of the northen polar lights
Solja ― A place name, a village in Finland
Sovia ― One with great wisdom and skills
Sulamit ― Woman of great luck and fortune
Suuvi ― A southern child of the summer
Suvi ― A summer shild from the south
Taika ― A spell, charm, set of words to invoke magical effect
Taimi ― Young tree with a slender trunk
Taina ― From the house of tatius
Teija ― Finnish short from Dorotea, God’s gift
Tellervo ― Finnish Goddess of the forest
Terhi ― Terhi is a short form of Terhenetär. It means mist.
Terttu ― A bunch of berries
Tetta ― A bunch or a cluster
Tiia ― A gift of joy from the God
Tippa ― A drop or a drop of any liquid
Tuula ― Blowing or monsoon.
Tuule ― Estonian form of Tuuli. It means wind.