Because there are no Q names in Estonian, today features Q names from a variety of other languages.
Qarasa means “turtledove” in Abkhaz.
Qershore means “green apple” in Albanian. The letter Q is pronounced like the CH in “cheek.”
Quetzalli means “precious thing; feather” in Nahuatl.
Qoqa means “dove” in Chechen.
Quispe means “free” in Quechuan.
Qumru (Gum-ru) means “turtledove” in Azeri.
Qanik means “snowflake” in Greenlandic.
Qarasaq means “brain” in Greenlandic.
Qillaq means “seal hide” in Greenlandic.
Qorxmaz (Gorch-maz, CH as in loch or Chanukah) means “intrepid, fearless, brave” in Azeri.
Quamdeen means “pillar of the faith” in Yoruba.
Quidel means “burning torch” in Mapuche.