Basic Estonian Nouns

Basic Estonian Nouns2017-11-27T08:14:52+01:00

Nouns represent people or things. You’ll need them whenever you want to refer to somebody or something. Memorize the Estonian nouns below and you’ll be well equipped for almost every basic conversation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Estonian“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Nouns

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Important nouns

EnglishEstonian
child
laps
man
mees
woman
naine
family
pere
town / city
linn
country
maa
world
maailm
house
maja
car
auto
street / road
tee
shop
pood
door
uks
table
laud
chair
tool
window
aken
newspaper
ajaleht
book
raamat
pen
pastakas
bag
kott
rucksack
seljakott
happiness
rõõm
love
armastus
flower
lill
ball
pall
work
töö
vacation
puhkus
passport
pass
language
keel
question
küsimus
answer
vastus
beginning / start
algus
end
lõpp

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