Finnish Baby Names

1423 Finnish Baby names available with meaning. Here is the updated list of 1423 Finnish Baby names to name your baby on 2023.

Name Meaning Gender Like
Aana Young, Food Grain, A woman graced with god Girl
Aapeli Boy/Girl
Aari Mountain Boy
Aaron Exalted One, High Mountain, Light Bringer Boy
Aatami Boy/Girl
Abel Breath, Highborn and Steadfast, Child Boy
Absalom God the Father of Peace Boy
Adalina Saint, Noble Kind, Small Winged One Girl
Adel Righteous, Upright, Sincere, Justice, Noble Boy
Adela Nobility, Noble Kind, Softer Girl
Adelaid Noble Kind Girl
Adelheid Sweet, Noble, Of a Noble Kind, Noble Sort Girl
Adelia Of the Nobility, Noble Kind, Kind Girl
Adelina Noble Kind, Adornment, Nobility Girl
Adolf Noble Majesty Wolf Boy
Adolfina Noble Hero Girl
Ahti Noble Wolf, Evening, God of Sea Boy
Aija Happy, Goat Girl
Aili Noble Estate, Noble, Light, Truthful Girl
Aimo Fair-sized, Proper, Good Boy
Aina Mirror, Lightning, Beautiful Eyed Woman Girl
Aini Spring, Flower, Source, The Eye Girl
Aino Only Daughter, Only One Girl
Aki Autumn, Bright, Short Form of Joakim Boy
Akim God will Establish, God will Judge, Wise Boy
Aksel Father of Peace Boy
Akseli Boy/Girl
Aksu Defender of Man Boy
Alarik Powerful Ruler, Noble Leader, Old Boy
Alban From Alba, A City on a White Hill Boy
Albert Noble and Bright, Highborn, Brilliant Boy
Alberta Noble and Bright, Form of Albert, Noble Girl
Aleks Defender of Man, Defending Men Boy
Aleksandra Defender of Man Girl
Aleksej Warrior, Man's Defender Boy
Aleksi Helper of Man, Defender of Mankind Boy
Alex Form of Alexander Boy
Alexander Helper and Defender of Mankind Boy
Alexandra Protector of Man, Man's Defender Girl
Alexis Defender of Mankind, Helper Boy

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  • I'm wondering why you use the English alphabet as a limit (a-z)? Many languages, inlcuding Spanish, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian (both Bokmal and NyNorsk) as well as Finnish, has more letters. There are many names that start with those letters. Not to even mention Japanese, for example. Sure you can kind of translate Hiragana and Katakana to the Roman alphabet but it's not really giving the true structure of the name or pronounciation....Since you are doing international reference it would be really inaccurate to stick to the English alphabet, no?

    Serina on February 18,2022