210 Rare And Fantasy Estonian Names for You

Estonian names are a great way to help your child become more imaginative, and they can be used for gaming, story-making, social media and so much more.

They, however, are a big hassle to think up. Maybe it doesn’t bother you, but for others, it’s a time-consuming process they’d like to skip.

If you are looking for a estonian name, it can be tough to find something unique. With that in mind, let’s look at some of the most popular estonian names out there.

Estonian Names

These are the cool and catchy estonian names:

Taavet Saar

Tuudor Must

Luukas Kask

Jurgen Lohmus

Siim Kaljurand

Agu Levandi

Runno Koiv

Tiit Lohmus

Enno Sepp

Otto Kallaste

Heili Koiv

Eliisa Pihlak

Marge Alver

Merilin Leok

Anete Allik

Ilme Mand

Marina Sisask

Regina Koiv

Maie Nurme

Urve Peetre

Maia Kotka

Ellen Puusepp

Karoliine Rootare

Sigrid Pihlak

Saima Kukk

Kersti Kass

Liisbet Mets

Sandra Laar

Pille Valk

Moonika Magi

Mari-Liis Aasmae

Karoliine Lill

Heli Jogi

Elle Nurme

Maret Masing

Taimi Valk

Kulli Harma

Reelika Ilves

Kirke Lepp

Maris Peebo

Iris Part

Ursula Valk

Jana Harma

Karmen Janes

Karina Masing

Marina Alver

Meelike Korjus

Miia Mets

Kaarin Vitsut

Heili Sepp

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So, what is the best way to come up with new and cool fantasy names? There’s no easy answer, but here are some things to consider.

Look through some books.

Make up your estonian names by yourself.

Use a name generator.

Think of words that go together.

Use the history of the kingdoms.

Use the geography of the kingdoms.

Use the weather of the kingdoms.

Use the legends of the kingdoms.

Make it all about yourself.

Check out these creative and cool estonian names:































Estonian names are a lot like fantasy worlds. They are filled with interesting places, adventures, and characters. So, they are naturally full of potential.

You might have heard many names that are already great. But how do you make a good estonian name on your own? You brainstorm unless you fetch something you love.

These estonian name ideas may help you brainstorm more:

Miina Laurits

Margaret Mitt

Leelo Kallas

Endla Mitt

Silvi Olesk

Marit Leok

Irene Laht

Anne Kirsipuu

Eve Valbe

Siret Peetre

Marit Lepp

Siret Vosu

Age Vesik

Heleri Lepmets

Reeli Malk

Tiiu Kalda

Kairi Rummo

Janne Peetre

Maie Nurmsalu

Grete Magi

Elle Jogi

Ene Vaino

Astrid Vesik

Kirke Jogi

Helgi Kapp

Margareeta Lippmaa

Nele Kask

Lea Sokk

Triin Malk

Karoliina Jakobson

If you are writing a fantasy story or science fiction, you will have to name your characters but also fantasize about organizations, religions, races, philosophies, planets, galaxies, nations, and just about anything else you invent!

I cannot fetch you all estonian names to use in your story, but my little guide may help you naming ideas, characters, places, and concepts.

1. One of the good ways to name something is to simply change one or two letters of a real or known estonian name to create something new which is still recognizable, simple, and memorable.

For example, Sarah could become Saral and so forth; the name Jonathan could be Jolothan.

Here are some estonian names examples you can try to change on your own:

Saima Koiv

Rutt Aare

Onne Saar

Johanna Laar

Maarika Rebane

Eliisabet Laas

Esta Must

Talvi Viiding

Evelin Aavik

Veronika Saar

Kristi Mitt

Eili Kivi

Liilia Mand

Karina Aare

Elvi Lohmus

Egle Vitsut

Karin Jakobson

Maimu Laurits

Heidi Opik

Linda Kass

2. Most often fantasy names are usually deeply rooted in the culture and language they come from, like estonian names.

For example, In Scottish, mac means “son of”. You may come up with some words that you use as prefix or suffix to convey some meaning and sprinkle it.

Check out these estonian name and try to put some prefix or suffix with them:

Maret Valk

Eneli Laht

Ruut Sepp

Annika Laurits

Endla Aare

Made Viiding

Marina Nurmsalu

Angelika Sirel

Anneli Ruutli

Kaili Viiding

Lehte Koiv

Ivika Laas

Gerli Harma

Kairi Kangro

Grete Laar

Eva Lippmaa

Aurelia Rootare

Raahel Toom

Onnela Teder

Merike Peebo

3. Consider the prevailing beliefs; philosophical and religious beliefs of the character you are looking a name for.

For example, Christians name their kids after saints, as Paul and Mathew.

The following are some estonian names to help you out:

Elle Laht

Onne Opik

Laura Olesk

Maarja Laas

Tuuli Aare

Meelike Olesk

Tiia Valbe

Margaret Nurme

Maris Keskkula

Hilja Orav

Kert Kirsipuu

Aarne Klavan

Alari Part

Arvo Sibul

Enn Mitt

Mait Laas

Vambola Mark

Iisak Koiv

Elias Rummo

Marek Keskula

4. Robotic characters will not have names that are culturally related or derived.

They can be anything you choose to say, such as:

Hillar Pihlak

Toomas Kask

Valdur Eskola

Elmar Piip

Aarne Sepp

Rasmus Kallaste

Peetrus Jakobson

Otto Laas

Aleksander Putsep

Artur Peetre

Saamuel Mark

Harri Mets

Taavo Levandi

Aivar Aavik

Robi Kangro

Kermo Puhvel

Maido Valjas

Risto Masing

Viljar Sibul

Olari Lepp

5. If you are naming a place, rather than people, you should know that often places are named after people.

It is also common to name public buildings on the name of history heroes, people who made them, or some important personality who once visited them.

Below are some of the good estonian names to quickly scroll through to get more ideas:

Aabraham Vitsut

Risto Vesik

Hillar Piip

Marten Kukk

Ilmar Peetre

Hendrik Sibul

Villem Valbe

Raido Eenpalu

Saamuel Kabin

Eduard Puusepp

Endel Korjus

Alar Saar

Ardo Lepmets

Kaur Jogi

Rauno Mitt

Ranno Eenpalu

Margo Kotka

Eduard Jogi

Veljo Kukk

Roland Kallaste

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