Gender Masculine & Feminine
Usage English
Pronounced Pron. SAM-ee
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VariantsSam, Sammie, Sammi
Other Languages & CulturesIsmail(Albanian) Esmail, Ismaeel, Isma'il, Ismail, Shams(Arabic) Samvel(Armenian) İsmayıl(Azerbaijani) Ishmael, Samson, Samuel(Biblical) Ismael, Samouel, Sampson(Biblical Greek) Shemu'el, Shimshon, Yishma'el(Biblical Hebrew) Ismahel, Samson, Samuhel(Biblical Latin) Samuil(Bulgarian) Samuel(Czech) Samuel(Danish) Samantha, Samuel(Dutch) Samwel(Eastern African) Samuela(Fijian) Ismo, Samuel, Samuli, Sami, Samppa, Samu(Finnish) Ismaël, Samson, Samuel(French) Samuel(German) Shimshon, Shmuel(Hebrew) Sámuel, Samu(Hungarian) Ismail(Indonesian) Ismaele, Samanta, Samantha, Samuele, Sansone(Italian) Samuel(Jewish) Samanta(Latvian) Samoil(Macedonian) Ismail(Malay) Samuel(Norwegian) Esmaeel, Esmaeil, Esmail, Shams(Persian) Samanta, Samuel(Polish) Ismael, Samanta, Samuel(Portuguese) Samuil(Russian) Shamash(Semitic Mythology) Samuel(Slovak) Ismael, Samanta, Samuel, Samu(Spanish) Samuel(Swedish) İsmail(Turkish) Shams(Urdu) Ismail(Uyghur) Sawyl(Welsh)

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Entry updated December 27, 2009