Nombres de mujer finlandeses: 🇫🇮 Top nombres Finlandia 2022

Nombres de mujer finlandeses: 🇫🇮 Top nombres Finlandia 2022

🇫🇮 Top nombres Finlandia 2022

¿Estás buscando un bonito nombre para tu bebé? Entonces tal vez puedas encontrar algo de inspiración en esta lista con los nombres más populares en Finlandia. Estos son los 50 nombres más populares: nombres de niña, nombres de niño y nombres unisex del año 2022.

Para elaborarla, hemos analizado 87.908 evaluaciones realizadas en el año 2022 por los usuarios de nuestra aplicación de nombres de bebés que procedían de Finlandia.

Los 50 nombres de niña más populares en Finlandia 2022

  1. Sofia, Sofïa, Sophia, Zsófia
  2. Amelia, Amélia
  3. Liia, Lia, Lía
  4. Emília, Emilia, Emilía, Èmilia, Émilia
  5. Mila
  6. Kiana, Kianna
  7. Luna
  8. Amelie, Amélie
  9. Lily, Lilli, Lillie, Lilly, Lily
  10. Livia
  11. Alicia, Alizia, Alícia
  12. Liliana, Lilliana
  13. Eléa, Elea, Eleah, Elëa, Élea, Éléa
  14. Kiarah, Kiara, Ciara
  15. Nancy
  16. Alyah, Alya
  17. Matilda, Mathilda
  18. Daria, Darya
  19. Delia, Deliah
  20. Isabella
  21. Olivia
  22. Elvira
  23. Linnea, Linnéa
  24. Sofie, Sofi, Sophie
  25. Freija, Freia, Freyja
  26. Èloise, Eloise, Éloïse
  27. Élena, Elena
  28. Karoline, Caroline
  29. Keira
  30. Aileen
  31. Lydia
  32. Vivienne, Vivien
  33. Karolin
  34. Violette, Violet
  35. Oceanne, Oceane
  36. Émilie
  37. Elenie
  38. Isla
  39. Aurora
  40. Noemie, Noëmi
  41. Tilde
  42. Nia
  43. Lilia, Lilja
  44. Lara
  45. Valérie
  46. Viviana
  47. Liana
  48. Evelin
  49. Poppy
  50. Phillipa, Filippa

Los 50 nombres unisex más populares en Finlandia 2022

  1. Sky
  2. Elia, Eliya, Elya, Elyah, Élia
  3. Addison
  4. Kai, Cai, Kay
  5. Lou
  6. Noah
  7. Mio
  8. Luka, Louca, Louka, Luca
  9. River
  10. Robin
  11. Lilian
  12. Aria, Arya
  13. Charlie, Charli, Charly
  14. Lynn, Lyn
  15. Noel
  16. Leo
  17. Alva
  18. Esmé
  19. Bobbie, Bobbi
  20. Alex
  21. Naomi
  22. Quinn
  23. Lian
  24. Evelyn
  25. Toni
  26. Hayden
  27. Andrea
  28. Jesse
  29. Nicola
  30. Romy
  31. Olli
  32. Madison
  33. Nala
  34. Finley
  35. Nikki
  36. Jannik
  37. Tristan
  38. Mattis
  39. Ally
  40. Vic
  41. Loïs
  42. Sammie
  43. Abigael
  44. Kodi

Los 50 nombres de niño más populares en Finlandia 2022

  1. Elias, Eliaz, Elijas, Eliyas, Ellias, Elyas
  2. Miles, Myles
  3. Levi
  4. Lucas, Lukas
  5. Felix, Félix
  6. Calvin, Kalvin
  7. Leon, León
  8. Phillip, Filip, Philip, Philipp, Phillipp
  9. Aleksander, Aleksandar, Aleksandr, Alexander, Alexandr
  10. Nathan
  11. Milo
  12. Morris
  13. Luis, Louis, Luís
  14. Adrien
  15. Isac, Isak, Izaac, Izac, Izak, Yzac
  16. Ezekiel
  17. Navin
  18. Emil
  19. Lias
  20. Edwin, Edvin
  21. Oskar, Oscar
  22. Thomas, Tomas, Tomás
  23. Vincent, Vinzent, Wincent
  24. Pablo
  25. Antton, Anton
  26. Benjamin
  27. Hugo
  28. Kian
  29. Mael, Maél
  30. Oliver
  31. Theodor
  32. Kasper, Casper
  33. Linus
  34. Daniel
  35. Aaron, Aron
  36. Henri, Henry
  37. Teo, Theo
  38. William
  39. Aiden
  40. Enno
  41. Sebastien, Sebastian
  42. Erik
  43. Liam
  44. Christian, Cristian, Kristian
  45. Lenni, Lenny
  46. Ilia
  47. Arthur, Artur
  48. Basil
  49. Ismael
  50. Niklas

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▷ 50 extraños nombres finlandeses de niña

El finlandés es un idioma de extraña belleza. Y tiene sus raíces asentadas en lo más profundo de la historia. De hecho, algunas palabras finlandesas que aún se utilizan hoy en día provienen de hace 4.000 años.

A pesar de que a menudo se habla de Finlandia, Noruega y Suecia al mismo tiempo debido a su proximidad geográfica, el finlandés pertenece en realidad a una familia de lenguas completamente diferente a la de los idiomas sueco y noruego.

Esto da al finlandés un sonido y unos nombres únicos que no se encuentran en la mayoría de los lugares del mundo. Nombres como Fiia, que significa “un fuego parpadeante”, Yrsa, que significa “pequeña osa”, y Teea, que significa “un hermoso pájaro”, son nombres bonitos y a la vez poderosos que conllevan grandes significados.

Algunos nombres finlandeses para niñas tienen un sonido muy similar al de los nombres más comunes, pero tienen formas muy interesantes de escribirlos que les dan un toque único. Por ejemplo, nombres como Maija, que suena como Maya, Liisa y Aada suenan bastante parecidos a nombres más comunes, pero con una grafía divertida que los hace un poco más únicos.

Otros nombres de niña finlandeses son casi como ligeras variaciones de nombres comunes con ese toque finlandés. El nombre de niña finlandés Marja, que se pronuncia como María pero con énfasis en la primera sílaba en lugar de la segunda (MA-ree-ah, no ma-REE-ah), es un gran ejemplo de nombre común con un hermoso toque finlandés.

Consulta nuestra lista de los mejores nombres finlandeses de niña.

Aada

Significado: De naturaleza noble
Origen: Finlandés

Ailana

Significado: Luz de luna
Origen: Finlandés

Aili

Significado: Santo, bendito, luz brillante y resplandeciente
Origen: Finlandés

Aino

Significado: La única
Origen: Finlandés

Anja

Significado: Gracia
Origen: Finlandés

Anneli

Significado: Favor, gracia
Origen: Finlandés

Annikki

Significado: Amargo
Origen: Finlandés

Anttiri

Significado: Mannish
Origen: Finlandés

Dorotea

Significado: Regalo de Dios
Origen: finlandés

Eeva

Significado: Vida
Origen: finlandés

Elli

Significado: Comprometido con Dios
Origen: Finlandés

Elvi

Significado: Blanco, justo
Origen: Finlandés

Helli

Significado: Forma finlandesa de Helen
Origen: finlandés

Henna

Significado: Gobernante del estado
Origen: Finlandés

Iida

Significado: Industrioso
Origen: Finlandés

Ingria

Significado: Hija del héroe
Origen: finlandés

Inkeri

Significado: Hija del héroe
Origen: Finlandés

Jaakkina

Significado: Forma femenina de Jukka
Origen: Finlandés

Janne

Significado: Forma femenina de Jukka
Origen: finlandés

Kaisa

Significado: Puro
Origen: Finlandés

Kalle

Significado: Una forma de Carol
Origen: Finlandés

Kalwa

Significado: Heroína
Origen: Finlandés

Katri

Significado: Puro
Origen: Finlandés

Katrikki

Significado: Puro
Origen: Finlandés

Katrina

Significado: Puro
Origen: Finlandés

Kerrttu

Significado: Forma finlandesa de Gertrude
Origen: Finlandés

Kirsi

Significado: Flores de amaranto
Origen: Finlandés

Kyllikki

Significado: Mujer de fuerza
Origen: Finlandés

Laila

Significado: Luz
Origen: Finlandés

Liisa

Significado: Consagrado a Dios
Origen: finlandés

Lilja

Significado: Lirio
Origen: finlandés

Lumi

Significado: Nieve
Origen: finlandés

Maiju

Significado: Amargo
Origen: Finlandés

Maikki

Significado: Amargo
Origen: Finlandés

Maire

Significado: Dulce, gota de mar, amargo
Origen: Finlandés

Meri

Significado: Mar
Origen: Finlandés

Mielikki

Significado: Agradable
Origen: Finlandés

Mijam

Significado: Forma finlandesa de Miriam
Origen: finlandés

Rikka

Significado: Forma femenina de Rikkard
Origen: Finlandés

Russu

Significado: Rosa
Origen: finlandés

Ruta

Significado: Hermoso
Origen: Finlandés

Rute

Significado: Hermoso
Origen: Finlandés

Ruusu

Significado: Rosa
Origen: Finlandés

Sade

Significado: Lluvia, el honor otorga una corona
Origen: finlandés

Sari

Significado: Noble
Origen: Finlandés

Tuuli

Significado: Viento
Origen: finlandés

Valma

Significado: Variante de Wilma o Wilhemina
Origen: Finlandés

Vellamo

Significado: Protector
Origen: Finlandés

Vilja

Significado: Doncella del bosque
Origen: Finlandés

Yrsa

Significado: Osa
Origen: finlandés

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The proportion of women in leadership positions in Finland was just under 37 percent in 2019.

On the eve of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2021, the Statistics Finland published detailed statistical information about Finnish women and what they do.

The beautiful half of the country’s population

2. 8 million women live in Finland, which is 50.6% of the country’s population. The average age of Finnish women is 44.5 years, the largest group is women aged 71, there are about 39 of them.000. The most common first name (there may be several names) for Finnish women is Tuula, and of all female names, the most common is Maria.

The average Finnish woman in her 30s is 163 cents tall and weighs 73 kg. 73% of women live in cities. There are 648,000 single women in Finland, 47% of whom are over 64 years of age. Of adult women, 43 percent are married, 33 percent are single, and 15 percent are divorced. Finnish women marry for the first time at an average age of 32.1 years. In Finland, 1.6 million women have biological or adopted children. 65.8% of women aged 15 to 84 had children. nine0003

In 2019, 22,400 girls were born. The average life expectancy of these girls will be 84.5 years. The most popular first names given to girls were Aino, Aada, Sofia, Evie and Olivia.

Education

58 percent of Finnish university graduates are women. The proportion of women among graduates is highest in the health and wellness sectors, at 87 percent. Fields of study that are clearly female-dominated also include education (78%), humanities and arts (67%), business, administration and law (67%), services (67%) and social sciences (66%). The lowest proportion of women among graduates is in technology (16%). According to a study conducted in Pisa in 2018, 15-year-old Finnish girls were among the best in the world in terms of literacy and science knowledge. In a comparative survey conducted among OECD countries, they took the lead in both cases. nine0003

Women in working life

In 2020, there were about 1.2 million working women aged 15 to 74, and the female employment rate was 70.7 percent (aged 15 to 64). Nearly 83% of employees aged 15 to 74 had a permanent job last year. More than 17% worked on temporary contracts. Women made up 33 percent of entrepreneurs. The health and welfare sector is the most “female” labor area, where the percentage of working women reaches 85%. The next sectors dominated by women are education (69percent of women), as well as the hospitality and catering sector (67 percent of women). The lowest proportion of women is in the construction industry, where women make up only 10 percent of those employed in this sector. The most common profession among women is educator and health worker.

Women, power and decision-making

In the 2019 parliamentary elections, 94 women were elected deputies. Women made up 47 percent of elected deputies, the highest figure ever. In the first parliamentary elections on 19In 2007, 19 women were elected to parliament, that is, almost 10 percent of deputies were women. There are currently 13 women ministers in the current government, which is 62 percent (as of August 12, 2020). For the first time, there were more women than men in the government of Finland in 2007 under Vanhanen’s second government.

In an international comparison, the Finnish Parliament ranked 11th in terms of the number of women MPs in 2020. Of the European countries, Finland ranked third in terms of the number of women deputies after Sweden and Andorra. In terms of the number of women ministers, Finland ranked second after Spain. Unlike many other top countries, there are no gender quotas in parliamentary elections in Finland. nine0003

The proportion of women in leadership positions in 2019 was just under 37 percent. In 2019, women accounted for 26 percent in municipal and city government. In 2018, the share of women on the boards of listed companies was 29 percent in 2018, and among board members of non-listed companies it was 19 percent.

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In Finland, women have achieved almost everything, but it took hard work. Not without the help and support of the state.

Laws on free meals in kindergartens, schools, gymnasiums and colleges, guaranteed preschool and school education have made life easier for working Finns. Photo: Hugo Sundström

“Women had no civil rights in the 19th century – the law exempting unmarried women at the age of 25 from their father’s guardianship was passed only in 1864. Married women remained completely subordinate to their husbands,” says Anna Lammila. She is an ambassador for gender equality. nine0003

The mission of the Finnish Equality Ambassador is to help protect the rights of women around the world. In this regard, Finland, which ranks 2nd in the gender equality ranking, is an excellent example. “Finland has made great strides in this area and should share its experience.”

Pioneers of the women’s rights movement

Women like Miina Sillanpää made today’s achievements possible. In the past, the press called her the protector of maids, and today she is known as Finland’s first female minister from the poorest sections of society. nine0003

Miina Sillanpää has been working since the age of twelve and knows the inside of hard women’s work. At 33, she became chairman of the Handmaids’ Society in Helsinki. Having two classes behind her back, engaged in self-education until the end of her life, she reached great heights on the social ladder.

Women in Finland have held the positions of Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Minister of Defense and, of course, President. Photo: Elina Sirparanta / Visit Helsinki

In 1906, when equal suffrage was introduced, Finnish women were the second in the world to receive the right to vote in elections, regardless of class. Then Miina became one of the 19women elected to Parliament. In 1926, she became the first female minister, subsequently elected as a deputy in 38 compositions of the Finnish Parliament, which is a world record.

“Women’s work in politics met with strong opposition,” says Anna Lammila. — For example, they said that when women perform, men are forced to drag potatoes from the market themselves.

A turning point in people’s minds occurred after the war. Society has come to terms with the fact that women are doing men’s work and united to rebuild the country.» nine0003

The state helps women

Women, along with men, began to study and work in all areas. Laws on free meals in kindergartens, schools, gymnasiums and colleges, guaranteed preschool and school education have simplified the life of working Finns.

In 1986, the UN Convention on the Prohibition of Discrimination against Women was signed. In 1995, a law on equality was adopted, the provision of which regulates the number of women in state and municipal authorities — at least 40 percent. nine0003

“Giving women equal rights was the right decision not only from an ethical or moral point of view, but also from an economic one,” Lammila continues. “The reason for the excellent performance in many areas is gender equality.”

The strategy worked

“Finland has made great strides in the area of ​​equality and should share its experience,” says Finnish Ambassador for Gender Equality Anne Lammila. Photo: Anne Lammila’s personal archive

We can’t help but agree. The mass of mechanisms that allow a woman to give birth to children and work, brought Finland to the second place in the world in terms of conditions for motherhood. These are the allowance paid to the parent in the first year of maternity leave, the amount of which depends on the parent’s income and the ability to stay with the child until the age of three, and the system of child benefits, the famous maternity package containing everything the child needs up to a year, the right to have a shortened working day.

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