Sawm & fBurmese Means "honourable" or "lord, chief" in Burmese.
SawafJapanese Probably from the Japanese kanji 沢 (Kun reading sawa) "mountain stream" or "marsh, swamp; wetlands". This kanji can also be pronounced Taku (Kan'on reading) or Jaku (Goon reading).... [more]
SawafMedieval Polish (Rare) Name driven from a Polish legend of Wars and Sawa. Sawa was the mermaid Queen ruling over Vistula when she fell in love with a fisherman called Wars. She decided to come onto land as a statement of her love for him... [more]
SawakofJapanese This name combines 爽 (sou, aki.raka, sawa.yaka, tagau) meaning "refreshing, bracing, resonant, sweet, clear" or 沢 (taku, sawa, uruo.i, uruo.su, tsuya) meaning "swamp, marsh, brilliance, grace" with 子 (shi, su, tsu, ko, -ko, -ne) meaning "child, sign of the rat (1st sign of the Chinese zodiac)."... [more]
SayafJapanese This is a Japanese name which refers to a scabbard or sheath for a sword. Beyond being a simple noun, Saya connotes peace because of the image of a sword that remains in its scabbard.... [more]
SayanefJapanese From Japanese 彩 (sa) meaning "colour", 也 (ya) meaning "also" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SayangfMalay Means "love, affection, darling, dear, kind, beloved" in Malay.
ŠayangölfBashkir From Bashkir шаян (šayan) meaning "playful" and гөл (göl) meaning "flower".
SayanofJapanese From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 咲 (sa) meaning "blossom", 紗 (sa) meaning "gauze", 聖 (saya) meaning "holy, saint, sage, master, priest", 早 (sa) meaning "early, fast" or 涼 (saya) meaning "cool, refreshing", 夜 (ya) meaning "night", 耶 (ya), an interjection, 也 (ya) meaning "also", 哉 (ya), an exclamation, 弥 (ya) meaning "all the more, increasingly" or 矢 (ya) meaning "dart, arrow" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle... [more]
ScamandermGreek Mythology (Latinized) Latinized form of Skamandros. In Greek mythology, this was the name of a river god, who is the personification of the Scamander River (nowadays called Karamenderes River), the largest river of the plain of Troy.
ScarlatmRomanian (Archaic) Possibly derived from medieval Latin scarlatum meaning "scarlet cloth", itself ultimately derived from an Arabic or Persian word. It was primarily in use in the 1700s and 1800s... [more]
ScaurusmAncient Roman Roman cognomen which was derived from the Latin adjective scaurus meaning "with swollen ankles, club-footed." The word is ultimately derived from Greek σκαῦρος (skauros) meaning "lame", which is etymologically related to Sanskrit khora "lame"... [more]
SchamylmSwedish (Rare) Derived from the name of the leader of the Caucasian resistance to Imperial Russia in the 1800s, Imam Shamil. A notable bearer was Swedish film director Schamyl Bauman (1893-1966).
ScheaucafMedieval Romanian Derived from the archaic Romanian word şcheau which used to mean "Bulgarian", in certain cases "Serb" and later on "Slav" in general.
SchedarfAstronomy Derives from the Arabic word şadr, meaning "breast" (referring to the star's placement near the "heart" of the constellation). This is the traditional name of the star Alpha Cassiopeiae in the constellation Cassiopeia.... [more]
SchediusmGreek Mythology Derived from σχεδόν (skhedón) meaning "nearby" or "nearly, almost", and δίος (dîos) meaning "heavenly, divine".
SchneewittchenfFolklore (Germanized), German (Modern, Rare) Means "snow white" in German. This is the name of an unfortunate princess hated by her stepmother in a traditional German folktale, immortalized first by the Brothers Grimm retelling in their "Grimms' Fairy Tales" (1812, 1854) and then by Walt Disney's animated film (1937).... [more]
SchönchefYiddish, Jewish Derived from German schön meaning "beautiful". This name was borne by Schönche Jeannette Rothschild (1771-1859), the oldest child of Mayer Rothschild, founder of the Rothschild banking family.
SchönefYiddish Derived from Yiddish shein "beautiful". The name coincides with German Schöne "beautiful woman" (compare Beila and Shayna).
SchönwipfMedieval Jewish Recorded in 13th-century Germany, it is possibly composed of the elements schon (beautiful) and Wipfel (peak, top, head, treetop), the meaning might imply the peak of beauty, or a beautiful face or head.
SchroedermPopular Culture (Rare) Used as a first name in 1951 by Charles Schulz for a character in his comic strip "Peanuts". Derived from the German surname Schröder with the usual replacement spelling oe for ö.... [more]
ScorpiomAstronomy The name of the zodiacal constellation supposedly shaped like a scorpion, meaning "scorpion" in Latin (see Scorpius). Scorpio is the eighth sign of the zodiac.
ScorpiusmAstronomy, Literature, Popular Culture Derived from Greek skorpíos "scorpion" via its latinized form scorpio. In astronomy, Scorpius is the name of a constellation near the center of the Milky Way. In both literature and popular culture, it is the name of antagonist Draco Malfoy's only son in the "Harry Potter" series written by J.K. Rowling.