Estonian Submitted Surnames
are used in the country of Estonia in northern Europe.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
HARMA Finnish, Estonian
Anglicized form of either Härma
. The former is a locational surname referring to places in Estonia and Finland. The latter means 'gray' in Finnish.
Estonian Spelled Igarik was originally spelled Iggarik.
Taken from the word ilves
meaning "lynx", it probably designated someone who had lynx-like characteristics or was otherwise associated with the animal.
Kärner is a common Estonian surname (meaning "gardener").
Estonian location based surname from the word kask
meaning "birch tree" and probably designating someone who lived near such a tree.
Common Estonian surname, taken from the word kirsipuu
, meaning "cherrytree".
Kõiv is an Estonian surname which means "birch" in Võro, a dialect of Estonian.... [more]
Kraanvelt was a surname granted to descendants of Toomas (b. 1686) and Kai (b. 1692)who lived in Kure farm,under Kiiu estate in Kuusalu parish, Estonia. ... [more]
Patronymic surname taken either from the female name Magdaleena
or the male name Matteus
Estonian surname from the word mägi
From the Estonian word oja
, meaning "creek".
Taken from the word pärn
meaning "linden tree", it may also be linked to the Estonian city of Pärnu. It is the fifteenth most common surname in Estonia.
From the word rebane
meaning "fox", it was originally given to someone perceived to possess fox-like characteristics.
From the word saar
, meaning either "island" or "ash tree" and designating someone who lived near one or both such locations.
Occupational surname from the Estonian word sepp
Location based surname from the word tamm
meaning either "oak tree" or "dam (as of a river)". It is the second most common surname in Estonia.
VAGULA Estonian, Brazilian
Vagula is the name of a village and a lake in Võru Parish, Võru County in southern Estonia.