|15 February (Estonia)
24 July (Finland)
|Region of origin
Tiina is an Estonian and Finnish feminine given name.
People named Tiina include:
Ingrid is a feminine given name. It continues the Old Norse name Ingiríðr, which was a short form of Ingfríðr, composed of the theonym Ing and the element fríðr "beloved; beautiful" common in Germanic feminine given names. The name Ingrid remains widely given in all of Scandinavia, with the highest frequency in Norway. Norwegian usage peaked in the interbellum period, with more than 2% of newborn girls so named in 1920; popularity declined gradually over the 1930s to 1960s, but picked up again in the late 1970s, peaking above 1.5% in the 1990s.
Tanja is a feminine given name. It may refer to:
Alisa is a female given name, a version of Alice used in Russia, Ukraine, Finland, Estonia and other countries. Notable people with the names Alisa and Alissa include:
Ari is a given name in many languages and cultures, for both men and women. It also may be a nickname for a wide variety of unrelated names.
Laine is Finnish and Estonian for "wave", and a surname in various languages. Laine as a surname originates in Finland, where it is the seventh most common surname. In Estonian, it is also a female given name.
Toni, Toñi or Tóni is a unisex given name.
Tatiana is a female name of Sabine-Roman origin that became widespread in Eastern Europe.
Tina is a female given name. It is diminutive for names such as Albertina, Bettina, Christina, Christine, Kristina, Martina, Valentina, Faustina, etc. Its masculine counterpart is Tino or Tin. In Finland and Estonia, the name is written as Tiina. The word itself may have originated from Old English Tyne/Tyna/Tina, meaning river.
Monica is a female given name with many variant forms, including Mónica, Mônica, Monique (French), Monika, Moonika (Estonia), and Mónika (Hungarian).
The name Kai or Cai has various origins and meanings in different cultures:
Anna is a feminine given name, the Latin form of the Greek: Ἄννα and the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning "favour" or "grace" or "beautiful".
Mats is a given name, a Scandinavian and Estonian form of Matthew or Matthias, and may refer to:
Helen is a feminine given name derived from the Ancient Greek name Ἑλένη, Helenē, which descends from Proto-Hellenic *Ηwelénā, from a pre-Hellenic or late Proto-Indo-European *Swelénā, ultimately derived from the Indo-European root *swel-.
Laura is a traditionally feminine given name in Europe and the Americas, of Latin origin, whose meaning is a metonym for a victor, and an early hypocorism from Laurel and Lauren.
Taavi is an Estonian and Finnish masculine given name, a version of David.
Risto is a masculine given name, found in Finnish, Estonian and South Slavic. In South Slavic, it is a hypocorism derived from Hristofor or Hristivoje. It may refer to:
Anu is a given name and surname found independently in several cultures. The Indian name is a short form of Anuradha, Anurag, Anubhooti, etc. The Finnish and Estonian name is derived from the Karelian variant of the name Anna, which became popular after Kersti Bergroth's play Anu ja Mikko of 1932. The Nigerian name which means 'Mercy', is a short form of Anuoluwa, Anuoluwapo, etc from the Western Yoruba tribe.
Terje is a masculine given name of Scandinavian origin, a varian of Torgeir. In Estonia, it is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Kristiina is an Estonian and Finnish feminine given name. It is a cognate of the English and French given name Christine. Tiina is often used as a diminutive of Kristiina.
Ria is a feminine given name. In the West, it is often a short form of Maria. Ria is also an Indonesian name meaning joy or hilarity. People with the name include: