If there is just one hundred, thousand, etc.

Emilis, the Lithuanian form of the name Aemilius, is hugely popular in its native region. duffer. 5.

It’s tėtis. Lithuanians use this word to describe a perfect situation which will never happen again. This Lithuanian name comes from the German name Richard.

So, teach her to fight the good fight, and also to lend a hand to others. Sofija means ‘wisdom’.

The meaning of Camilla is of “unblemished character”.

‘Boys will be boys’ a common refrain about unruly little men.

Raulas means ‘crowned with laurels’. Dora means ‘honesty’. Download the latest version, Your One-Stop Guide to Learning Lithuanian - ALR, Festivals and Celebrations in Lithuanian Seaside, Lithuanian DPs / Second wave of emigration (~1940s), Heritage search services and Facebook account.

Gabrielius is the Lithuanian form of Biblical name Gabriel and means ‘God is my strength’. Name your newborn Stanislava, which means ‘star’.

in the number, then plural is used ("šimtai" instead of "šimtas", "tūkstančiai" instead of "tūkstantis").

The name Azuolas sounds grand and kingly. Homeland?

And why should it? Daina means ‘song’. Dominykas is the variation of the name Dominic. A Lithuanian isn’t indifferent… they just can’t “see further than their nose” (toliau nosies nematyti). 17. Father?

If you are looking for an exotic sounding name, with a beautiful meaning, the buck stops here! Here’s a name that is popular not just in Lithuania, but also in Latvia and Russia.

Regina is one of the traditional saint names in Lithuania. Well, in Lithuania, Dora is a popular name, not because of a cartoon, but because it is pretty and meaningful.
Cami, Kam, Kamie or Milly will make cute nicknames for this one. It sounds proud and strong.

But if you are looking for a masculine name for your son, you can try Andrius.

There are moments in life when you just cannot wait for something to happen, because you are impatient or too excited. Let this thankfulness become a part of your son’s life!

It was actually a Roman family name, whose bearers grew and sold the beans.

If you don’t mind a long name that has a philosophical meaning, Konstantinas will appeal to you. The first two (The Meaning of Tingo and Toujours Tingo) looking at words that have no equivalent in the English language, and his latest book (The Wonder of Whiffling) looking at unusual words in English. Augustinas means ‘venerable’. Here’s another name that means ‘wealthy’. 25. Ruta means ‘Rue, the herb’. Many of these names may not easily roll off your tongue, but some of them will surely ring in familiarity. Isn’t that what you want for your daughter?

You are beautiful in all languages. and Goodbye in Lithuanian!

In Lithuania, there are no “fights”, just “clarifications of relationships” (aiškintis santykius). It means ‘resurrection’. In fact, its Western European counterpart, Elizabeth, has always made it into the popularity charts! Short international names and Christian names are popular with Lithuanians. : Kur yra tualetas? If you like the meaning of the name Raulas but not the name, try Raulo. In fact, people are so full of gratitude that Laisvė has become a common girl’s name across the nation. It is such a beautiful name, after all. It may not sound too modern but can compete with any trendy name in the block. Your baby boy is your life’s treasure. All rights reserved. The name may sound a bit complicated to the rest of the world, but for Lithuanians, it is part of their heritage. 25.

Lithuanian is the official language of Lithuania and is spoken by about 4 million native speakers.

Apart from that, let him also be a guide for the unfortunate and downtrodden. It means ‘manly’. Name her Jadvyga, which means ‘refuge in battle’.

She is the child of the universe and deserves to be treated like one! It means ‘serene’. 21.

It means ‘dew’. This perfectly gives out the vibes of a princessly look that you would imagine in a fairytale story. (kyek tai kai-nwah-yah). Tavas has Hebrew root, meaning ‘peacock’. It too means ‘crowned with laurels’. How to say yes and no in Lithuanian! Nothing is “too late” either, but “spoons may be served after lunch” (šaukštai po pietų). Gen-X would associate this name with Gabrielius Landsbergis, a Lithuanian politician. It means ‘God will add’. Lithuanians don’t merely enjoy the view… they “swallows with they eyes” (ryti akimis). A Lithuanian never changes their mind… their “fantasy comes off” (atšoko fantazija). Some names are evergreen and never really lose their old-world charm. Pranciskus means ‘free’.

(kuhr ee-rah twah-la-tahs), One: Vienas (vienn - as) Two: Du (doh) Three: Trys (trees) Four: Keturi (pet-u-reh) Five: Penki (penkay) Six: šeši (shey-shey)Seven: Septyni (sept-teen-knee)Eight: Astuoni (ash-tony)Nine: Devyni (dev-E-neh) Ten: Desimt (dash-meet).

Margryta means ‘pearl’. Pronunciation of ačiū can sound like a sneeze to those not familiar with Lithuanian, but for locals it is a powerful word, representing the feeling of thankfulness and appreciation.

Lithuanians don’t “fool around”… they “spit and catch” (spjaudyti ir gaudyti). It means ‘constant’. Check out other translations to the Lithuanian language: conscious. Lithuanian language has a lot of suffixes which make words sound smaller and more adorable.
It is also the name of the Lithuanian goddess of bees. With the trend of ancient Lithuanian names, Kajus would certainly fit in the bill.

A slang word used by youngsters in Lithuania, which perfectly describes a terrible situation.

Rasa: Short and sweet, Rasa is such a beautiful choice that you cannot just ignore it! 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The name has no certain derivation, but is common in Poland in the form of Danuta. A Lithuanian doesn’t have time for a hangover, because they have to take care of their “burning shafts” (šachtos dega).

Whenever a Lithuanian says myliu (I love you), you can be sure that they absolutely mean it.

Whether you're headed to Lithuania for a quick trip or to volunteer with ILP for a semester, it's definitely helpful to learn a handful of key phrases to help you get around. Having a baby feels like a dream, a beautiful dream come true. A Lithuanian doesn’t get surprised… their “eyeballs pop out of his forehead” (akys ant kaktos iššoko). It means ‘gift of God’. It too means ‘little one’. Its feminine form is Liepienė, but Liepa is commonly used for girls. : Kiek tai kainuoja?
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If there is just one hundred, thousand, etc.

Emilis, the Lithuanian form of the name Aemilius, is hugely popular in its native region. duffer. 5.

It’s tėtis. Lithuanians use this word to describe a perfect situation which will never happen again. This Lithuanian name comes from the German name Richard.

So, teach her to fight the good fight, and also to lend a hand to others. Sofija means ‘wisdom’.

The meaning of Camilla is of “unblemished character”.

‘Boys will be boys’ a common refrain about unruly little men.

Raulas means ‘crowned with laurels’. Dora means ‘honesty’. Download the latest version, Your One-Stop Guide to Learning Lithuanian - ALR, Festivals and Celebrations in Lithuanian Seaside, Lithuanian DPs / Second wave of emigration (~1940s), Heritage search services and Facebook account.

Gabrielius is the Lithuanian form of Biblical name Gabriel and means ‘God is my strength’. Name your newborn Stanislava, which means ‘star’.

in the number, then plural is used ("šimtai" instead of "šimtas", "tūkstančiai" instead of "tūkstantis").

The name Azuolas sounds grand and kingly. Homeland?

And why should it? Daina means ‘song’. Dominykas is the variation of the name Dominic. A Lithuanian isn’t indifferent… they just can’t “see further than their nose” (toliau nosies nematyti). 17. Father?

If you are looking for an exotic sounding name, with a beautiful meaning, the buck stops here! Here’s a name that is popular not just in Lithuania, but also in Latvia and Russia.

Regina is one of the traditional saint names in Lithuania. Well, in Lithuania, Dora is a popular name, not because of a cartoon, but because it is pretty and meaningful.
Cami, Kam, Kamie or Milly will make cute nicknames for this one. It sounds proud and strong.

But if you are looking for a masculine name for your son, you can try Andrius.

There are moments in life when you just cannot wait for something to happen, because you are impatient or too excited. Let this thankfulness become a part of your son’s life!

It was actually a Roman family name, whose bearers grew and sold the beans.

If you don’t mind a long name that has a philosophical meaning, Konstantinas will appeal to you. The first two (The Meaning of Tingo and Toujours Tingo) looking at words that have no equivalent in the English language, and his latest book (The Wonder of Whiffling) looking at unusual words in English. Augustinas means ‘venerable’. Here’s another name that means ‘wealthy’. 25. Ruta means ‘Rue, the herb’. Many of these names may not easily roll off your tongue, but some of them will surely ring in familiarity. Isn’t that what you want for your daughter?

You are beautiful in all languages. and Goodbye in Lithuanian!

In Lithuania, there are no “fights”, just “clarifications of relationships” (aiškintis santykius). It means ‘resurrection’. In fact, its Western European counterpart, Elizabeth, has always made it into the popularity charts! Short international names and Christian names are popular with Lithuanians. : Kur yra tualetas? If you like the meaning of the name Raulas but not the name, try Raulo. In fact, people are so full of gratitude that Laisvė has become a common girl’s name across the nation. It is such a beautiful name, after all. It may not sound too modern but can compete with any trendy name in the block. Your baby boy is your life’s treasure. All rights reserved. The name may sound a bit complicated to the rest of the world, but for Lithuanians, it is part of their heritage. 25.

Lithuanian is the official language of Lithuania and is spoken by about 4 million native speakers.

Apart from that, let him also be a guide for the unfortunate and downtrodden. It means ‘manly’. Name her Jadvyga, which means ‘refuge in battle’.

She is the child of the universe and deserves to be treated like one! It means ‘serene’. 21.

It means ‘dew’. This perfectly gives out the vibes of a princessly look that you would imagine in a fairytale story. (kyek tai kai-nwah-yah). Tavas has Hebrew root, meaning ‘peacock’. It too means ‘crowned with laurels’. How to say yes and no in Lithuanian! Nothing is “too late” either, but “spoons may be served after lunch” (šaukštai po pietų). Gen-X would associate this name with Gabrielius Landsbergis, a Lithuanian politician. It means ‘God will add’. Lithuanians don’t merely enjoy the view… they “swallows with they eyes” (ryti akimis). A Lithuanian never changes their mind… their “fantasy comes off” (atšoko fantazija). Some names are evergreen and never really lose their old-world charm. Pranciskus means ‘free’.

(kuhr ee-rah twah-la-tahs), One: Vienas (vienn - as) Two: Du (doh) Three: Trys (trees) Four: Keturi (pet-u-reh) Five: Penki (penkay) Six: šeši (shey-shey)Seven: Septyni (sept-teen-knee)Eight: Astuoni (ash-tony)Nine: Devyni (dev-E-neh) Ten: Desimt (dash-meet).

Margryta means ‘pearl’. Pronunciation of ačiū can sound like a sneeze to those not familiar with Lithuanian, but for locals it is a powerful word, representing the feeling of thankfulness and appreciation.

Lithuanians don’t “fool around”… they “spit and catch” (spjaudyti ir gaudyti). It means ‘constant’. Check out other translations to the Lithuanian language: conscious. Lithuanian language has a lot of suffixes which make words sound smaller and more adorable.
It is also the name of the Lithuanian goddess of bees. With the trend of ancient Lithuanian names, Kajus would certainly fit in the bill.

A slang word used by youngsters in Lithuania, which perfectly describes a terrible situation.

Rasa: Short and sweet, Rasa is such a beautiful choice that you cannot just ignore it! 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The name has no certain derivation, but is common in Poland in the form of Danuta. A Lithuanian doesn’t have time for a hangover, because they have to take care of their “burning shafts” (šachtos dega).

Whenever a Lithuanian says myliu (I love you), you can be sure that they absolutely mean it.

Whether you're headed to Lithuania for a quick trip or to volunteer with ILP for a semester, it's definitely helpful to learn a handful of key phrases to help you get around. Having a baby feels like a dream, a beautiful dream come true. A Lithuanian doesn’t get surprised… their “eyeballs pop out of his forehead” (akys ant kaktos iššoko). It means ‘gift of God’. It too means ‘little one’. Its feminine form is Liepienė, but Liepa is commonly used for girls. : Kiek tai kainuoja?
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Matis originates from Matthew.

In Lithuania, things don’t happen “with no reason”… they appear “from the air” (iš oro). Your son too is part of this beautiful puzzle.

The purpose of life is to be happy. It means ‘Little one’. Vitalija is the Lithuanian form of the Latin name Vitalia. Looking for the male version of Justina for your son? It is not just religious, but also uniquely Lithuanian. Lithuanians won’t “lie to you”… they’ll “hang pasta on the ears” (kabinti makaronus) or “cast a spell on you” (priburti).

LAIMA f Lithuanian, Latvian, Baltic Mythology From Latvian laime and Lithuanian laima, which mean "luck, fate". Exceptions are the following: if there is more than one hundred, thousand, etc.

If there is just one hundred, thousand, etc.

Emilis, the Lithuanian form of the name Aemilius, is hugely popular in its native region. duffer. 5.

It’s tėtis. Lithuanians use this word to describe a perfect situation which will never happen again. This Lithuanian name comes from the German name Richard.

So, teach her to fight the good fight, and also to lend a hand to others. Sofija means ‘wisdom’.

The meaning of Camilla is of “unblemished character”.

‘Boys will be boys’ a common refrain about unruly little men.

Raulas means ‘crowned with laurels’. Dora means ‘honesty’. Download the latest version, Your One-Stop Guide to Learning Lithuanian - ALR, Festivals and Celebrations in Lithuanian Seaside, Lithuanian DPs / Second wave of emigration (~1940s), Heritage search services and Facebook account.

Gabrielius is the Lithuanian form of Biblical name Gabriel and means ‘God is my strength’. Name your newborn Stanislava, which means ‘star’.

in the number, then plural is used ("šimtai" instead of "šimtas", "tūkstančiai" instead of "tūkstantis").

The name Azuolas sounds grand and kingly. Homeland?

And why should it? Daina means ‘song’. Dominykas is the variation of the name Dominic. A Lithuanian isn’t indifferent… they just can’t “see further than their nose” (toliau nosies nematyti). 17. Father?

If you are looking for an exotic sounding name, with a beautiful meaning, the buck stops here! Here’s a name that is popular not just in Lithuania, but also in Latvia and Russia.

Regina is one of the traditional saint names in Lithuania. Well, in Lithuania, Dora is a popular name, not because of a cartoon, but because it is pretty and meaningful.
Cami, Kam, Kamie or Milly will make cute nicknames for this one. It sounds proud and strong.

But if you are looking for a masculine name for your son, you can try Andrius.

There are moments in life when you just cannot wait for something to happen, because you are impatient or too excited. Let this thankfulness become a part of your son’s life!

It was actually a Roman family name, whose bearers grew and sold the beans.

If you don’t mind a long name that has a philosophical meaning, Konstantinas will appeal to you. The first two (The Meaning of Tingo and Toujours Tingo) looking at words that have no equivalent in the English language, and his latest book (The Wonder of Whiffling) looking at unusual words in English. Augustinas means ‘venerable’. Here’s another name that means ‘wealthy’. 25. Ruta means ‘Rue, the herb’. Many of these names may not easily roll off your tongue, but some of them will surely ring in familiarity. Isn’t that what you want for your daughter?

You are beautiful in all languages. and Goodbye in Lithuanian!

In Lithuania, there are no “fights”, just “clarifications of relationships” (aiškintis santykius). It means ‘resurrection’. In fact, its Western European counterpart, Elizabeth, has always made it into the popularity charts! Short international names and Christian names are popular with Lithuanians. : Kur yra tualetas? If you like the meaning of the name Raulas but not the name, try Raulo. In fact, people are so full of gratitude that Laisvė has become a common girl’s name across the nation. It is such a beautiful name, after all. It may not sound too modern but can compete with any trendy name in the block. Your baby boy is your life’s treasure. All rights reserved. The name may sound a bit complicated to the rest of the world, but for Lithuanians, it is part of their heritage. 25.

Lithuanian is the official language of Lithuania and is spoken by about 4 million native speakers.

Apart from that, let him also be a guide for the unfortunate and downtrodden. It means ‘manly’. Name her Jadvyga, which means ‘refuge in battle’.

She is the child of the universe and deserves to be treated like one! It means ‘serene’. 21.

It means ‘dew’. This perfectly gives out the vibes of a princessly look that you would imagine in a fairytale story. (kyek tai kai-nwah-yah). Tavas has Hebrew root, meaning ‘peacock’. It too means ‘crowned with laurels’. How to say yes and no in Lithuanian! Nothing is “too late” either, but “spoons may be served after lunch” (šaukštai po pietų). Gen-X would associate this name with Gabrielius Landsbergis, a Lithuanian politician. It means ‘God will add’. Lithuanians don’t merely enjoy the view… they “swallows with they eyes” (ryti akimis). A Lithuanian never changes their mind… their “fantasy comes off” (atšoko fantazija). Some names are evergreen and never really lose their old-world charm. Pranciskus means ‘free’.

(kuhr ee-rah twah-la-tahs), One: Vienas (vienn - as) Two: Du (doh) Three: Trys (trees) Four: Keturi (pet-u-reh) Five: Penki (penkay) Six: šeši (shey-shey)Seven: Septyni (sept-teen-knee)Eight: Astuoni (ash-tony)Nine: Devyni (dev-E-neh) Ten: Desimt (dash-meet).

Margryta means ‘pearl’. Pronunciation of ačiū can sound like a sneeze to those not familiar with Lithuanian, but for locals it is a powerful word, representing the feeling of thankfulness and appreciation.

Lithuanians don’t “fool around”… they “spit and catch” (spjaudyti ir gaudyti). It means ‘constant’. Check out other translations to the Lithuanian language: conscious. Lithuanian language has a lot of suffixes which make words sound smaller and more adorable.
It is also the name of the Lithuanian goddess of bees. With the trend of ancient Lithuanian names, Kajus would certainly fit in the bill.

A slang word used by youngsters in Lithuania, which perfectly describes a terrible situation.

Rasa: Short and sweet, Rasa is such a beautiful choice that you cannot just ignore it! 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The name has no certain derivation, but is common in Poland in the form of Danuta. A Lithuanian doesn’t have time for a hangover, because they have to take care of their “burning shafts” (šachtos dega).

Whenever a Lithuanian says myliu (I love you), you can be sure that they absolutely mean it.

Whether you're headed to Lithuania for a quick trip or to volunteer with ILP for a semester, it's definitely helpful to learn a handful of key phrases to help you get around. Having a baby feels like a dream, a beautiful dream come true. A Lithuanian doesn’t get surprised… their “eyeballs pop out of his forehead” (akys ant kaktos iššoko). It means ‘gift of God’. It too means ‘little one’. Its feminine form is Liepienė, but Liepa is commonly used for girls. : Kiek tai kainuoja?

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