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Usage - hindi, Sanskrit, Indian, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali, Sinhala, Bangla, Marathi, Gujarati, Sikh, Buddhist , Mauritian, Fijian ... [more]
A variant of Sabir.
Feminine form of Saabir.
SAABITmArabic, Pakistani
Variant transcription of Thaabit.
SAADmArabic, Hebrew
Means "help", "luck" and "support".
Variant transcription of Sa'di.
Means 'Help of God'. Commonly found among Yemenite Jews.... [more]
SAADIAf & mPakistani, Arabic, Hebrew
From the Arabic name Sa'id meaning "happy", though some Rabbinical sources claim it is from the Hebrew Sa'ad and means "supported God".
SAADIQmArabic (Rare)
Variant transcription of Sadiq.
Finnish form of Saga.
Younger form of Sâguaĸ.
Sanskrit word 'Saahasam' meaning BRAVE and Courageous
Means "seashore".
Greenlandic younger form of Sâja.
Greenlandic younger form of Sâjôĸ.
SAAKJEfWest Frisian
Feminine form of Sake.
Greenlandic younger form of Sâlamût.
Short form of Rosalia.
Diminutive of Rosalia and variant of Saale.
SAALIMmDhivehi, Indian (Muslim)
Dhivehi and South Indian Muslim form of Salim.
SÅÅLLAŽfSami (Skolt)
Skolt Sami form of Salli.
Greenlandic younger form of Sâlumût.
SAAMmSanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Nepali, Marathi
"Sweet words for winning an adversary "; pacify; tranquilize; appease... [more]
* Saamar सामर- accompanied by immortals, accompanied by god. It is . Here स means with + अमर means god
♥ Samara समरा- battle, war. It is feminine of समर... [more]
SAAMIKf & mGreenlandic
Means "left hand" in Greenlandic.
Greenlandic younger form of Sâmigssuaĸ.
Variant of Samiya.
Estonian form of Samuel.
saanjali is in the nade ali dua. Nade ali-yan mazharal ajaa’ib, tajid-ho avnal-laka fin navaa’ib koollo hammin wa ghammin ilal-lahe hajati wa alai-he mo’ av-vali kool-le-ma ra-maito mota-qazi fil-lahe ya-dool-lahe vali-yool-lahe lee ad’ooka koolle ham’min wa gham’min sa-yan-jali be azmateka ya allah-ho be naboo-vateka ya mohammad sal-lal-laho alai-he wa aalehi wa’sallam be vila-ya-teka ya ali-yo, ya-ali-yo, ya ali-yo... [more]
Lakshmi Devi goddess.
From the Marathi सांज (sāñja) meaning "evening twilight", which itself is derived from the Sanskrit संध्या (sandhya) "twilight" (one time of the two - the evening and the morning), the name of the daughter of the Hindu god Bramha.
SA'ARm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Original Hebrew form of Saar.
Short form of Sarah
SAARm & fHebrew (Modern)
Means "storm" in Hebrew.
Variant of Sarah.
Greenlandic younger form of Sâránguaĸ.
Greenlandic younger form of Sâraĸ.
SAARAVmIndian, Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi
Name : Saarav सारव... [more]
Means "winner" in Tigrinya.
SAARFRIEDmGerman (Rare, Archaic)
Combined from the name elements Saar (meaning river Saar in South-West Germany) and FRID "peace".... [more]
SAARTJIEfAfrikaans, Dutch
Diminutive of Sara. A famous bearer of the nickname was Sarah "Saartjie" Baartman, an African slave (member of the Eastern Cape Khoisan, the indigenous herding tribe that once populated part of South Africa) who was displayed in Europe in the early 19th century.
Greenlandic younger form of Sârumût.
Means "one with a developed lower body, 'Don Juan', a favorite of women".
Used by Eloise Jarvis McGraw for her main character in her 1997 Newberry Honor book "The Moorchild"
Means unique flower, Indian name.
SAAVIKfPopular Culture
Saavik is the name of a character appearing in the "Star Trek" movie franchise. According to "The Pandora Principle," by Carolyn Clowes, the name is Romulan for "little cat."
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia" combined with 也 (ya) meaning "also". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SAAYANmSanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Hinduism, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi
MEANING : ( in astron.) with the precession or the longitude of a planet reckoned from the vernal equinoctial point
SABAfCroatian, Polish, German
Croatian, Polish and German short form of Sabina.
Means "soft breeze".
SABAAfArabic (Rare)
Variant transcription of Sabah.
Portuguese form of Sabbatios via Sabbatius.
Spanish form of Sabbatios via Sabbatius.
Means "jasmine" in Burmese, of Sanskrit origin.
From Arabic sha'aban, the eighth month in the Muslim calendar.
SABATAfItalian (Rare)
Feminine form of Sabato.
Diminutive of Sabato.
SABAZIOSmThracian Mythology, Phrygian Mythology, Indo-European
Sabazios was the sky father and nomadic horseman of the Phrygians and Thracians.
French form of Sabbatios via Sabbatius.
SABBATAImHebrew, Jewish
Variant form of Shabbatai. A bearer of this name was Sabbatai Zevi (1626-1676), the founder of the Jewish Sabbatean movement.
SABBATHf & mEnglish (Puritan, Rare), Literature
From the word "sabbath," referring to the day of rest (Saturday).
SABBATHAfEnglish (Rare), Literature
Derived from English sabbath, the name of the holy day of the week in Judeo-Christian tradition, which derives from Hebrew shabbath, properly "day of rest", from shabath "he rested"... [more]
Feminine form of Sabbatius.
SABBATIOSmHebrew (Hellenized), Jewish (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of the Hebrew noun shabbat, which is the name of the Hebrew day of rest. Shabbat (sabbath in English) means "rest" or "cessation", having ultimately been derived from the Hebrew verb shavat "to repose, to rest, to cease"... [more]
SABBATIUSmHebrew (Latinized), Jewish (Latinized), Late Roman
Latinized form of Sabbatios. This is the name of several saints, including Saint Sabbatius of Solovki (15th century AD). This was also one of the middle names of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian the Great (6th century AD).
Italian form of Sabbatios via Sabbatius.
SABBEfPersian (Rare)
One of the three names of the Persian Sybil presiding over the Apollonian Oracle. Also known as the Hebrew, Egyptian, and Babylonian Sybil.
SABBYfAmerican (Modern)
An affectionate nickname for the name, Sabrina.
Polish Diminutive of Sabina
SABEfGerman (Swiss)
Bernese German form of Sabrina.
filipino name desends from english name becky
Asturian form of Isabel.
SABELINAfMedieval English
Diminutive of Sabina used in the medieval period. It also coincides with a medieval Latin word meaning "sable", derived from Latin sabellum.
Portuguese form of Sabellius.
Spanish form of Sabellius.
Italian form of Sabellius.
SABELLUCCIAfMedieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Sabella, as -uccia is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Sami form of Sabine.
SABENmAmerican (Rare, Archaic)
Possibly a variant of Sabin.
Alternate form of Sabir, meaning "patient, enduring". (See also Sabri and Sabre).
SABHAfIrish (Archaic)
"A West Connacht variant of Sadhbh." It was usually Anglicized as Sally.
SABIHAfArabic, Turkish
Means "beautiful" in Arabic. This name was borne by Turkish aviator Sabiha Gökçen (1913-2001).
Estonian form of Sabina.
SABIJNf & mDutch
Dutch form of both Sabinus and Sabina. However, in modern times, this name is found almost exclusively on females in The Netherlands. Usage of the name on males occurred mostly in archaic times.
SABIKAfArabic (Rare), Pakistani (Rare)
Allegedly means "past" in Arabic. This is the name of the consort of Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah, the king of Bahrain.
Sami form of Sabine.
SABINmRomanian, Polish
From Sabinus, a Roman (Latin) cognomen meaning "Sabine". The Sabines were an ancient people who lived in central Italy, their lands eventually taken over by the Romans after several wars. According to legend, the Romans abducted several Sabine women during a raid, and when the men came to rescue them, the women were able to make peace between the two groups... [more]
Derived from Arabic صَبِيَّة (ṣabiyya) meaning "girl, young woman".
Icelandic form of Sabina.
Lithuanian masculine form of Sabina.
Latvian form of Sabine.
Catalan form of Sabinian.
SABINIAANmDutch (Archaic)
Archaic Dutch form of Sabinian.
English form of Sabinianus. This name was borne by a pope and by a saint.
SABINIANOmGalician, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Galician, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Sabinian.
Roman cognomen which was derived from Sabinus (see Sabina). This name was borne by several Romans, such as the Roman usurper Sabinianus (3rd century AD) and Flavius Sabinianus, a consul of the Eastern Roman Empire from the 6th century AD.
French form of Sabinian.
Croatian form of Sabinian.
Diminutive of Sabina.
SABINOSmAncient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Sabinus (see Sabina).
SÄBIORNmOld Swedish
Old Swedish variant of Sæbiorn.
SABIRmBashkir, Tatar, Urdu, Azerbaijani, Muslim
Derived from Arabic صَابِر (ṣābir) meaning "patient, steadfast".
SABIRAfIndian (Muslim), Urdu, Kazakh, Kyrgyz
Derived from Arabic صَابِر (ṣābir) meaning "patient, steadfast".
From the name Sabir combined with Persian جان (jân) meaning "soul, being, life".
SABITmTurkish, Albanian, Bashkir
From Arabic ثابت (ṯabata) meaning "to be firm, to persist".
SÄBJÖRNmOld Swedish
Old Swedish variant form of Sæbiorn.
Uzbek feminine name meaning "morning breeze".
Derived from sabo meaning "morning breeze" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Means "pepper" in Yao.
A diminutive of SARAH or SABRINA.... [more]
Variant of Sabira.
SABRAELmJudeo-Christian Legend
Sabrael is a male angel of hebrew origin.
SABREmAfrican, Muslim, Northern African, Iranian, Arabic (Egyptian)
African, Islamic name for boys meaning patient, sharp and enduring.
SABREfEnglish (Australian)
Borrowing from French sabre, where the sabre is an alteration of sable, which was in turn loaned from German Säbel, Sabel in the 1630s. The German word is on record from the 15th century, loaned from Polish szabla, which was itself adopted from Hungarian szabla (14th century, later szablya)... [more]
SABREmMalay, Malaysian
Borrowing from French sabre, where the sabre is an alteration of sable, which was in turn loaned from German Säbel, Sabel in the 1630s. The German word is on record from the 15th century, loaned from Polish szabla, which was itself adopted from Hungarian szabla (14th century, later szablya)... [more]
Means "patient", from the Arabic Sabr (صَبْرٌ‎).
The name Sabria may be a simplification of the Arabic name Sabriyya "patient" of a short form of Sabrina.... [more]
SABRIELf & mLiterature, Judeo-Christian Legend
There are multiple explanations for the etymology of this name. One is that it is a variant form of Sabrael. An other is that it is derived from Hebrew sabi "stop, rest" combined with el "God", thus meaning "(the) rest of God"... [more]
Finnish form of Sabrina.
Icelandic form of Sabrina.
SABRINAfArabic (Rare), Indian (Muslim, Rare)
Means "patience" in Arabic, derived from Arabic صَبَرَ (ṣabara) meaning "to be patient, to have patience".
French form of Sabrina.
Uzbek feminine name meaning "patient".
Sabtah was a son of Cush according to Genesis 10:7, 1 Chronicles 1:9.
Sabtechah was a son of Cush according to Genesis 10:7, 1 Chronicles 1:9.
SABURŌTAmJapanese (Rare)
This name combines 三 (san, zou, mi, mi'.tsu, mi.tsu) meaning "three" & 郎 (ryou, rou, otoko) meaning "son" or 朗 (rou, aki.raka, hoga.raka) meaning "bright, cheerful, clear, melodious, serene" with 太 (ta, tai, futo.i, meaning "big around, plump, thick."... [more]
Uzbek feminine name meaning "verdant".
Uzbek feminine name derived from sabza meaning "verdant" and bahor meaning "spring".
Derived from sabza meaning "verdant" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
SACHmSanskrit, Hindi
Sanskrit MEANING - Worshipping, attached to, worshipper... [more]
SACHAf & mIndian, Sanskrit, Hindi, Marathi
MEANING - near, at hand, together, in presence of, in, by
Sachar was the name of two individuals mentioned in the Bible.
Based on Latin sacharum "sugar". This name was invented by poet Edmund Waller (1606-1687), who used it as a nickname for Lady Dorothy Sidney, countess of Sunderland.
SACHARUmSanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Gujarati, Indian
MEANING - beautiful, lovely, handsome... [more]
Means "jungle flower" in Quechua, from sacha, "jungle" and sisa, "flower".
Japenese name meaning "child of bliss"
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia" or 愛 (a) meaning "love, affection". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SACHIELmJudeo-Christian Legend
Means "the covering of God". Archangel of the order of Cherubim in Christian Angelogy and Kabbala.
From Japanese 倖 (sachi) meaning "happiness, luck", 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness", 佐 (sa) meaning "assistant, help", 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 彩 (sa) meaning "colour", 咲 (sa) meaning "blossom", 紗 (sa) meaning "gauze", 祥 (sachi) meaning "auspicious, happiness, blessedness, good omen, good fortune", 早 (sa) meaning "early, fast", 禄 (sa) meaning "fief, allowance, pension, grant, happiness" or 祐 (sa) meaning "help", 知 (chi) meaning "know, wisdom" or 智 (chi) meaning "wisdom, intellect, reason" combined with 歩 (ho) meaning "walk", 保 (ho) meaning "protect, guarantee, keep, preserve, sustain, support", 甫 (ho) meaning "for the first time, not until", 穂 (ho) meaning "ear, ear (grain), head, crest (wave)", 帆 (ho) meaning "sail" or 宝 (ho) meaning "treasure, wealth, valuables"... [more]
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 愛 (ka) meaning "love, affection", 加 (ka) meaning "increase", 佳 (ka) meaning "good, beautiful", 夏 (ka) meaning "summer", 歌 (ka) meaning "song, poetry", 花 (ka) or 華 (ka) which both mean "flower" or 香 (ka) meaning "fragrance"... [more]
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 弓 (mi) meaning "archery bow". Other kanji combinations are possible.
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible.
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle. Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
Sachi means "Bliss" and O means "Hero,Manly" or "Son" with different kanji. Notable bearers are Sachio Kinugasa, a former footballer, Sachio Sakai, who was an actor, and there are many other Sachio's out there... [more]
From the Sanskrit word for "truth"
SACHITHRAm & fSinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit सत्य (satya) meaning "truthful, faithful, honest" (through Hindi सच (sac) "truth") combined with चित्र (citra) meaning "bright, clear, visible".
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 人 (to) meaning "person". Other kanji combinations are possible.
From Japanese 祥 (sachi) meaning "good luck, good omen, auspicious, propitious" combined with 知 (tomo) meaning "wisdom". Other kanji combinations are possible.
From Japanese 幸 (sachi) meaning "happiness" combined with 世 (yo) meaning "world". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SACHLAVf & mHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Means "orchid" in Hebrew.
SACHSOmOld High German
Old High German short form of names containing the name element sahsa "dagger".
Judeo-Provençal variant of Isaac.
SACRAMENTOf & mSpanish, Portuguese
From the word meaning "sacrament," which is defined in Roman Catholic theology as either "an outward sign instituted by Christ to give grace" or "outward and visible sign of inward and spiritual grace."
SACRAMENTOSfSpanish (Rare)
This name comes from the word of the same name, which is the plural form of Sacramento (also used as a name).
Meaning uncertain, though the first part of the name may be derived from Latin sacrare "to consecrate" via Anglo-French sacrer. Sacripante is the name of a king in the epic poems "Orlando innamorato" by Matteo Maria Boiardo and "Orlando furioso" by Ludovico Ariosto.
SACVANmAmerican (Rare), English (Canadian, Rare)
Created from the first syllables of the surnames Sacco and Vanzetti.... [more]
This name can be used as 完 (kan) meaning "completion, end, perfect," 貞 (tei, sada) meaning "chastity, constancy, righteousness, upright" or 定 (jou, tei, sada.ka, sada.maru, sada.meru) meaning "decide, determine, establish, fix."... [more]
Sadaharu Inui is a character from the Prince of Tennis anime
Means "a religious offering".
Fron Japanese 貞 (sada) meaning "chaste", 禎 (sada) meaning "lucky" or 節 (sada) meaning "integrity" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other combinations of kanji characters are possible.... [more]
From Japanese 完 (sadamu) meaning "completion", 成 (sadamu) meaning "to become", 断 (sadamu) meaning "judgement", 貞 (sadamu) meaning "virtue, faithfulness, uprighteousness", 法 (sadamu) meaning "method", 理 (sadamu) meaning "reason, logic" or from 莫 (sadamu) meaning "vegetables" or other kanji pronounced in the same way.
Means "leader" in Swahili.
Sada means "Perfect, End, Completion", "Righteousness, Constancy, Upright, Chastity", and "Establish, Decide, Determine, Fix" and O means "Male, Hero, Manly, Husband".
Means "mother-of-pearl" in Turkmen, derived from Arabic صَدَف (ṣadaf) meaning "shell, seashell, pearl".
SADDEKmArabic (Maghrebi)
Algerian Arabic transcription of Sadiq.
Variant of Saadia.
SADEfFinnish, Finnish Mythology
Means "rain" in Finnish.
SADEfAfrican, Yoruba
Short form of Folasade.
Variant of Sadie.
Variant of Sadie.
SADEELf & mAfrican
To be extremely sensitive
Means "nebula" in Arabic.
Persian form of Sadiq.
SADEKmArabic, Bengali
Variant transcription of Sadiq.
Bosnian form of Sa'adat.
SADETTAf & mFinnish
Means "rain" in Finnish.
"A variant of Sadhbh in use in Donegal and Derry." In former times, it was Anglicized as Sophia.
SADIAHfIndonesian, Malay
Indonesian and Malay form of Sa'dia.
From the Turkish word sadık meaning "loyal, faithful, obedient''.
SADIKAfBosnian, Arabic
Feminine form of Sadik.
Means "believe" in Swahili.
From French speaking African countries. Means 'pure'.
Derived from the Arabic masculine name Sa'di and poshsha , an endearing term for a girl or woman.
SADIQEHfPersian (Rare)
Derived from Arabic صديق (ṣadīq) meaning "friend".
Composed from the Arabic words صَادِق (ṣādiq) "true, truthful, veracious" and الله (Allah) "god".
Persian form of Sidra.
"pure" from Filipino dialect Ilocano.
SADLERmEnglish (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Sadler.
Probably derived from Samir (1).
SA-DOmKorean (Rare)
From Sino-Korean 思 "think, consider, ponder" and 悼 "grieve, mourn, lament". This is the posthumous name of Crown Prince Jang-jo of Joseon (1735-1762).
Means "wise" or "intelligent" in Pashto. This is the name of a famous afghan tribal leader of the 17th century.
Greek form of Zadok.
Variant form of Sędomir.
Uzbek feminine name meaning "devotion".
SADORmEthiopian, Literature
Coptic Christian (Ge'ez) word for the piercing on Jesus' ribs by the lancet.... [more]
SADORAfEthiopian, English (American)
Sador is the Coptic Christian (Ge'ez) word for the piercing on Jesus' ribs by the lancet. Adding an "a" at the end feminizes it.... [more]
From an Arabic name meaning "happiness of Allah" from Arabic سَعِيد (saʿīd) "happy, cheerful, joyous" combined with Allah.
Tajik form of Sa’dulla.
Persian origin meaning "joyful, cheerful"
Variant transcription of Sadun.
Means "happy, joyful" in Arabic.
Catalan form of Saturninus.
SADURNINHOmGalician, Portuguese
Galician form and Portuguese variant of Saturninus.
Variant form of Sadwrn. This name was borne by a Welsh saint from the 6th century AD.
Welsh form of Saturnus (see Saturn).
Variant form of Sadwen. A known bearer of this name is Sadwyn Brophy (b. 1996), a New Zealand actor.
Variant of Sadie.
Variant of Sadie.
Variant form of Sędzimir.
SÆBBEmOld Swedish
Old Swedish diminutive of Sæbiorn.
SÆBBImAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse diminutive of Sǽbiǫrn.
Icelandic masculine form of Sæbjörg.
SAEBIEfEnglish (Rare, Archaic)
Saebie seems to appear in only a few old documents and census records from the 1800s and early 1900s, mainly in the US, some in Australia. Quite a few of those bearers had Dutch or Frisian last names and relatives with Dutch and Frisian given names.... [more]
Icelandic masculine form of Sæbjört.
Icelandic form of Sæbjørg.
SÆBJØRGfAncient Scandinavian, Norwegian, Faroese
Ancient Scandinavian, Norwegian and Faroese combination of sær "sea" and bjǫrg "help, deliverance".
Icelandic younger form of Sǽbiǫrn.
SÆBJØRNmNorwegian, Faroese
Norwegian and Faroese younger form of Sǽbiǫrn.
Icelandic combination of sær "sea" and bjartr "bright".
Icelandic variant of Sæbjörg.
SAEBYEOKm & fKorean
Means "dawn, daybreak" in Korean.
Possibly a variant of Syeda.
Icelandic name meaning "sea goddess", formed from the Old Norse elements "sea" and dís "goddess". The suffix dís is fairly common in Icelandic names.
SÆDISfFaroese, Norwegian
Faroese and Norwegian form of Sædís.
SAEEDmArabic, Urdu, Persian, Indian (Muslim), Dhivehi
Variant transcription of Sa'id.
SAEEDAfSpanish (Latin American)
Saeeda really was a princess from latin america she was really pretty and beautiful but she could be very evil if she does't get her way princess saeeda also known as sahera has 2 sisters and 2 brothers one died in the wound... [more]
SÆFINNmNorwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian younger form of Sæfinnr.
SÆFINNAfIcelandic (Rare)
Icelandic feminine form of Sæfinnur.
SÆFINNRmAncient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse sær "sea" and finnr "Sámi, person from Finland".
Modern Faroese form of Sæfinnr.
Means "sea gift", from the Old English elements "sea" and giefu "gift".
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 絵 (e) meaning "picture, painting, drawing, sketch" combined with 穂 (ho) meaning "ear of grain". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SÆHRÍMNIRmNorse Mythology
Meaning unknown. In Norse mythology this is the name of a boar which provides food for Valhalla.
From Japanese 映 (sae) meaning "a reflection; to reflect" combined with 香 (ka) meaning "fragrance". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SAEKIfJapanese (Rare)
This name can be used as 冴希, 彩樹 or 彩木 with 冴 (go, ko, sa.eru,, hi.eru) meaning "be clear, serene, cold, skilful", 彩 (sai,, sae) meaning "coloring, paint, makeup", 樹 (ju, ki) meaning "timber trees, wood" and 木 (boku, moku, ki, ko-) meaning "tree, wood."... [more]
This name can be used as 冴希, 彩樹 or 彩木 with 冴 (go, ko, sa.eru,, hi.eru) meaning "be clear, serene, cold, skilful", 彩 (sai,, sae) meaning "coloring, paint, makeup", combine with 子 (ko) meaning "child"
SAELfGerman (Modern, Rare)
A newly created name, formed from the first two letters of the names of the parents Sanne and Eljero.