Finnish Mythology Baby Names & Finnish Mythology Names


Finnish Mythology is the mythology belonging to Finnish paganism, practiced by the Finnish people prior to Christianization. Finnish mythology survived in the oral traditions of poem-singing and sharing folklore into the 19th century A.D. Finnish names associated with or attributed to Finish mythology come from the names of deities, land sprites, heroes and other lesser characters from the old myths and legends. Baby Name World has a rising list of Finnish, Swedish and Nordic baby names and name meanings which may help you research Finnish Mythological names and meanings.
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Light-bearer
Girl
Finnish
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Finnish Girl baby name meaning "Light-bearer"

Finnish form of John.
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Finnish Boy baby name meaning "Finnish form of John."

Unkown
Girl
Finish
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Finish Girl baby name meaning "Unkown"

A lake.
Girl
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Finnish Girl baby name meaning "A lake."

Appointed by God from the biblical name Jeremiah.
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Finnish Boy baby name meaning "Appointed by God from the biblical name Jeremiah."

Strong
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Finnish Girl baby name meaning "Strong"

Finnish form of Makarios
Girl
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Turkish Girl baby name meaning "Finnish form of Makarios"

Finnish form of Laurence.
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Finnish Boy baby name meaning "Finnish form of Laurence."

Finish version of Mary
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Finnish Boy baby name meaning "Finish version of Mary"

Finnish form of Margaret.
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Finnish Girl baby name meaning "Finnish form of Margaret."

Like the Lord.
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Finnish Boy baby name meaning "Like the Lord."

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