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Popularity of the Baby Name Lenna


Posts that Mention the Name Lenna

Popular Baby Names in Estonia, 2020

According to Eesti Rahvusringhääling (Estonian Public Broadcasting), the most popular baby names in Estonia in 2020 were Sofia and Robin.

Here are the country’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2020:

Girl Names

  1. Sofia, 82 baby boys
  2. Mia, 74
  3. Emma (tie), 63
  4. Marta (tie), 63
  5. Saara
  6. Alisa (tie)
  7. Emily (tie)
  8. Eva
  9. Lenna
  10. Maria

Boy Names

  1. Robin, 96 baby boys
  2. Oliver, 72
  3. Rasmus, 68
  4. Hugo
  5. Jakob (tie)
  6. Sebastian (tie)
  7. Oskar
  8. Aron
  9. Artur (tie)
  10. Robert (tie)

In the girls’ top 10, Saara and Eva replaced Hanna and Saskia.

In the boys’ top 10, Jakob, Aron, Artur and Robert replaced Mattias, Kristofer, Mark, and Martin.

Statistics Estonia said Jakob is an example of an old fashioned name – popular among those over 75 years old but almost non-existent among the middle-aged – becoming popular again.

In 2019, the top names were Mia and Sebastian.

Sources: 2020 aasta popimad nimed olid Robin ja Sofia, Most popular baby names in 2020: Robin and Sofia

Popular Baby Names in Estonia, 2019

According to Eesti Rahvusringhääling (Estonian Public Broadcasting), the most popular baby names in Estonia in 2019 were Mia and Robin.

Here are the country’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2019:

Girl Names

  1. Mia
  2. Sofia
  3. Emily
  4. Lenna
  5. Marta
  6. Alisa
  7. Hanna
  8. Maria
  9. Emma
  10. Saskia

Boy Names

  1. Sebastian
  2. Robin
  3. Oliver
  4. Hugo
  5. Rasmus
  6. Mattias
  7. Oskar
  8. Kristofer
  9. Mark
  10. Martin

The last set of rankings I posted for Estonia was the 2014 rankings, which had Sofia and Rasmus at the top.

Source: Robin and Mia most popular baby names in 2019

Updated (3/18/2021) using Popimad nimed 2019 – Sebastian ja Mia.

Popular Baby Names in Estonia, 2013

Estonia’s top baby names of 2013 were published in the newspaper Postimees at the end of 2012.

The paper didn’t explicitly mention the source of the information (the Ministry of the Interior?) but reported that the country’s most popular names from January to November, 2013, were Maria and Rasmus.

Here are Estonia’s projected top 15 girl names and top 15 boy names of 2013:

Girl NamesBoy Names
1. Maria**
2. Sofia
3. Laura
4. Anna**
5. Mia/Miia
6. Milana
7. Lisandra
8. Mirtel
9. Viktoria
10. Liisa
11. Arina
12. Darja
13. Aleksandra
14. Sandra
15. Adeele/Adele
1. Rasmus
2. Artjom**
3. Martin
4. Robin
5. Oliver
6. Markus
7. Nikita**
8. Romet
9. Sebastian
10. Sander
11. Kristofer
12. Robert
13. Oskar
14. Maksim
15. Daniel

**These names are particularly popular among Russian-speakers in Estonia.

Names that increased in popularity last year include Rasmus, Gregor and Mia.

Kevin, Kristjan and Kristina, on the other hand, decreased in popularity “significantly.”

Mirtel, 8th on the girls’ list, was rare until Estonian actress Mirtel Pohla came along.

The name Lenna was similarly uncommon until Estonian singer Lenna Kuurmaa hit the scene, and now Lenna is “quite popular,” though not in the top 15.

Robin, 4th on the boys’ list, is a curious one. It’s not an Estonian name, but simply the English male name Robin. And yet it’s trending in Estonia right now. (The last time Robin was trendy in the U.S. was a half century ago, and most of those baby Robins were female.) Could the inspiration be “Blurred Lines” singer Robin Thicke? I know it’s a long shot, but that’s all I can think of.

Postimees also published the following list of Estonia’s most popular baby names from 1992 to 2004. (They did say the Ministry of the Interior was the source for this one.)

Top Girl Names, 1992–2004Top Boy Names, 1992–2004
1. Anna
2. Laura
3. Kristina
4. Maria
5. Diana
6. Sandra
7. Anastassia
8. Jekaterina
9. Karina
10. Alina
11. Kristiina
12. Aleksandra
13. Viktoria
14. Darja
15. Liis
16. Anastasia
17. Kätlin
18. Julia
19. Valeria
1. Martin
2. Sander
3. Aleksandr
4. Kristjan
5. Kevin
6. Nikita
7. Markus
8. Artur
9. Maksim
10. Karl
11. Dmitri
12. Daniil
13. Siim
14. Rasmus
15. Aleksei
16. Andrei
17. Artjom
18. Mihkel
19. Ilja

I’m guessing 2004 was picked as an endpoint because Estonia enacted a name law in early 2005 that regulates baby name orthography (to start weeding out foreign letters such as x, y and c). The full list has 677 names; at the bottom are names like Sirje, Raina, Raneli and Patricia.

Sources: And This Year’s Most Popular Baby Names Are…, These are the days of Rasmus, Artjom, Maria and Sofia