Submitted Names Starting with S

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Savuska f Near Eastern Mythology
The name of a Hurrian goddess mentioned by the Assyrian king Sargon II.
Savvati m Russian
Variant transcription of Savvatiy.
Savvatiy m Russian, Ukrainian
Russian and Ukrainian form of Sabbatios.
Savvaty m Russian
Variant transcription of Savvatiy.
Savvina f Greek
Greek feminine name, a cognate of the given name Sabine.
Savvini f Greek
Variant of Savvina.
Savvy f American (Modern), African American
Means "shred, well-informed", from Tok Pisin (an English-based Creole) save or Nigerian Pidgin sabi, both meaning "to know". In some cases, it is a diminutive of Savannah.
Saw m & f Burmese
Means "honourable" or "lord, chief" in Burmese.
Sawa f Japanese
Probably from the Japanese kanji (Kun reading sawa) "mountain stream" or "marsh, swamp; wetlands". This kanji can also be pronounced Taku (Kan'on reading) or Jaku (Goon reading).... [more]
Sawa f Medieval 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]
Sawaeng m & f Thai
Means "search, seek, pursue" in Thai.
Sawai m & f Thai
Means "profusely, abundantly" in Thai.
Sawaka f Japanese
From Japanese 咲 (sa) meaning "blossom", 環 (wa) meaning "circle, ring, wheel" combined with 花 (ka) meaning "flower". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sawako f Japanese
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]
Sawang m & f Thai
Means "bright, shining" in Thai.
Sawao m Japanese
From Japanese 沢 (sawa) meaning "a mountain stream, swamp; marsh; wetlands" combined with 男 (o) meaning "male". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
Sawat m & f Thai
Means "happiness" in Thai.
Sawatdee f Khmer
From Thai สวัสดี (s̄wạs̄dī) meaning "hello".
Sawe f Medieval Irish (Anglicized)
Early Anglicization of Sadhbh.
Sawinee f Thai
Alternate transcription of Sawini.
Sawini f Thai
Derived from Sanskrit साविनी (savini) meaning "river".
Sawiris m Ancient Roman (Arabized)
Arabized form of Severus. This was the name of a 10th-century Coptic Orthodox bishop.
Sawitree f Thai
Alternate transcription of Sawitri.
Sawitri f Thai, Indonesian
Thai and Indonesian form of Savitri.
Šäwrä f Bashkir
Derived from the Arabic word شُهْرَة ‎(šuhra) meaning "famous" or "renowned".
Sawssen f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Sawsan (chiefly Tunisian).
Sāwul m Arabic
Arabic form of Saul.
Sawulun m Quechua
Quechua form of Zebulon.
Saxhid m Albanian
Albanian form of Sajjad.
Saxi m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse name derived from either saxar "Saxon", referring to a member of the Germanic tribe the Saxons, or its origin, sax "dagger, short sword".
Saxiy m Uzbek
Means "generous" or "fruitful, prosperous" in Uzbek.
Saxleve f Medieval English
Derived from Old English seax "dagger" and leofu "love".
Saxo m Ancient Scandinavian (Latinized)
Latinized form of Saxi. Saxo Grammaticus was a medieval Danish chronicler.
Saxona f English (Rare)
Presumably a feminine form of Saxon.
Saxonia f German
Allegoric personification of the state of Saxony (Germany). Very rarely used as a given name.
Saxovat f Uzbek
Means "generosity" in Uzbek.
Saya f Japanese
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]
Saya f Indian
Saya means Shadow in Hindi.
Sayagul f Kazakh
Derived from Persian سایه (sâye) meaning "shadow" and Kazakh гүл (gül) meaning "flower" (of Persian origin).
Sayaha f Japanese
From Japanese 咲 (sa) meaning "blossom", 也 (ya) meaning "also" combined with 葉 (ha) meaning "leaf". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayako f Japanese
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand" or 紗 (sa) meaning "thread, silk" with 也 (ya) meaning "also" or 耶 (ya), an interjection, combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child".
Sayali f Marathi
Sanskrit... [more]
Sayami f Japanese
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 也 (ya) meaning "also" combined with 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayan m Indian, Bengali
Derived from Sanskrit सयन (sayana) meaning "binding".
Sayan m & f Thai
Means "evening" in Thai (a poetic word).
Sayana f Japanese
From the Japanese 清 (saya) "clear," "bright," "clean" and 菜 (na) "vegetable," "greens."
Sayana f Tuvan, Buryat
From the name of the Sayan Mountains, of uncertain meaning, possibly of Turkic origin.
Sayana f Mongolian
Derived from сая (saya) meaning "a million".
Sayane f Japanese
From Japanese 彩 (sa) meaning "colour", 也 (ya) meaning "also" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayang f Malay
Means "love, affection, darling, dear, kind, beloved" in Malay.
Šayangöl f Bashkir
From Bashkir шаян (šayan) meaning "playful" and гөл (göl) meaning "flower".
Sayano f Japanese
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]
Sayar f Turkish
Means "she counts, respects, regards, values, takes into account, or considers" in Turkish.
Sayat m Kazakh
Means "falconry" in Kazakh.
Sayato m Japanese
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 矢 (ya) meaning "arrow" combined with 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation. Other kanji combinations are possible.
Säyđä f Bashkir
Bashkir form of Saida.
Sayda f Persian, Arabic
girl's name is a variant of Saida ... [more]
Saydam m Yakut
Means "capable, advanced" in Yakut.
Saydi f English
Variant of Sadie.
Saydi m Uzbek
Possibly derived from sayd meaning "hunting" or "prey".
Saydig'ani m Uzbek
From the given name Saydi and g'ani meaning "wealthy, rich".
Saydin m Uzbek
A variant form of Saydi.
Saydirasul m Uzbek
From the given name Saydi and rasul meaning "prophet, messanger".
Saydiyor m Uzbek
From the given name Saydi and yor meaning "friend".
Sâye f Persian
Means "shadow" in Persian.
Sayed m Arabic
Alternate transcription of Sayyid.
Sayeh f Persian
Means "shadow" in Persian.
Sayer m English (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Sayer.
Sayet m Bashkir, Tatar
Bashkir and Tatar form of Sayyid.
Sayeva f Medieval English
Medieval English form of Old English Sægiefu.
Sayfiya f Tatar
Tatar feminine form of Saif.
Sayfuddin m Uzbek
Uzbek form of Saif al-Din.
Sayfullo m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Saifullah.
Sayid m Arabic
Variant transcription of Sayyid.
Sayid m Uzbek
Uzbek form of Sayyid.
Sayida f Arabic
Feminine version of Sayid.
Sayidafzal m Uzbek
The given name Sayid followed by the Uzbek afzal meaning "better".
Sayidali m Uzbek
Derived from the given names Sayid and Ali.
Sayidamin m Uzbek
Derived from the given names Sayid and Amin.
Sayidamir m Uzbek
Derived from the given names Sayid and Amir.
Sayidat f Karachay-Balkar
Karachay-Balkar form of Sa'ida.
Sayidgul f Uzbek
Derived from the Arabic name Sa'id and gul meaning "rose, flower",
Sayidoy f Uzbek
Derived from the Arabic name Sa'id and oy meaning "moon".
Sayiina f Yakut
Derived from Yakut сайын (sayın) meaning "summer".
Sayina f Tsonga
Means "sign" in Xitsonga.
Sayin-khöö f Tuvan
Variant transcription of Sainkho.
Saylan f Uzbek
Means "chosen" in Uzbek.
Saýlaw m Turkmen
Means "election" in Turkmen.
Sayler f & m English (Modern)
Variant of Saylor.
Sayligul f Uzbek
Potentially derived from sayli, a type of melon, and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Saylyk f Tuvan
Means "wagtail (a type of bird)" in Tuvan.
Saylykmaa f Tuvan
Means "tit (bird)" in Tuvan.
Sayna f Persian (Modern)
Sayna means light and dark in jungle.this word used in north of iran and it is a regional word.
Saynaara f Yakut
Means "thinking" in Yakut.
Saynag-aldara f Ossetian Mythology
The mother of Agunda in the Ossetian 'Nart' sagas.
Sayo f Japanese
From Japanese 小 (sa) meaning "small" or 咲 (sa) meaning "bloom" combined with 世 (yo) meaning "world" or 代 (yo) meaning "generation". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayoko f Japanese
From Japanese 小 (sa) meaning "small", 夜 (yo) meaning "night" and 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other combinations of kanji characters are possible.
Sayomi f Japanese
"Night beauty"
Sayonsom m Indian (Rare)
Sayonsom means "A name like no other" or "the perfect name" for any particular thing
Sayori f Japanese
From Japanese 小 (sa) meaning "small", 夜 (yo) meaning "night" combined with 里 (ri) meaning "village". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayra f Spanish (Modern, Rare)
Possibly related to Saira.
Saysary f Yakut
Etymology unknown.
Sayuka f Japanese
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 有 (yu) meaning "exist" combined with 佳 (ka) meaning "beautiful, good". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayuki f Japanese
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand" or 佐 (sa) meaning "aid, help" combined with 幸 (yuki) meaning "happiness" or 雪 (yuki) meaning "snow". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayuna f Japanese
From Japanese 彩 (sa) meaning "colour", 結 (yu) meaning "tie, fasten, join, organize" combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayuu f Japanese
From Japanese 幸 (sa) meaning "fortunate; lucky" combined with 優 (yuu) meaning "easily, skillfully". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sayyna f Yakut
Yakut feminine name meaning "summer".
Sayyora f Uzbek
Means "planet" or "wanderer" in Uzbek.
Sazami f Japanese
From Japanese 三 (sa) meaning "three", 三 (za) meaning "three" combined with 三 (mi) meaning "three". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sazane f Albanian
From the name of Sazan island in Albanian, ultimately from the Latin Saso of unknown etymology.
Şaziye f Turkish
Meaning unknown.
Sazovor f Uzbek
Means "worthy" in Uzbek.
Sazuku m Japanese (Rare)
From classical verb 授く (sazuku), modern sazukeru, meaning "to grant, give, award; to teach, instruct."... [more]
Sbigné m French
French form of Zbigniew.
Sbigneo m Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Zbigniew.
Sǽbiǫrn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements sær "sea" and bjǫrn "bear".
Scaea f Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek feminine name meaning "left, on the left hand".
Scalli m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Skalli.
Scamander m Greek 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.
Scamandre m French
French form of Skamandros via Scamander.
Scamandro m Italian
Italian form of Skamandros via Scamander.
Scaria m Indian (Christian), Malayalam
Malayalam form of Zachariah, borrowed from Portuguese Zacarias. Used by Malayalam-speaking Saint Thomas Christians.
Scarlat m Romanian (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]
Scarletina f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Scarlett with the suffix -ina.
Scarletine f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Scarlett with the suffix -ine.
Scarletrose f English (Rare)
Combination of Scarlet and Rose.
Scarlettrose f English (Rare)
Combination of Scarlett and Rose (See aslo Scarletrose - a less popular variant).
Scarlyn f English
Blend of Scarlett and Lyn.
Scatchwah f Cherokee
Meaning unknown. It may be related to the Cherokee wa ya "wolf, wolves".
Scáthach f Irish Mythology
Possibly from Irish scáth meaning "shadow". In Irish legend she was the Scottish warrior woman who trained the Ulster hero Cúchulainn.... [more]
Scaura f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Scaurus. A bearer of this name was Aemilia Scaura, the second wife of Pompey the Great (1st century BC).
Scauriano m Italian
Italian form of Scaurianus.
Scaurianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Scaurus. A bearer of this name was Decimus Terentius Scaurianus, a Roman governor of Dacia from the 2nd century AD.
Scauro m Italian
Italian form of Scaurus.
Scaurus m Ancient 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]
Sceafa m Anglo-Saxon Mythology
Sceafa was a legendary Lombardic king from English legend.
Scemeno m Medieval Galician
Adoption of Basque Semeno.
Sćěpan m Sorbian
Sorbian form of Stephen.
Sceptrum m & f Astronomy
Means "sceptre" in Latin. This is the traditional name of the star 53 Eridani in the constellation Eridanus.
Schahnaz f German
German form of Shahnaz.
Schaklin f German (Modern, Rare)
Germanised spelling of Jacqueline, officially admitted in Eschweiler (near Aachen) in 2013.
Schakoh m Hunsrik
Hunsrik form of Jacó.
Schamir m Biblical German
German transcription of the Biblical name Shamir.... [more]
Schamyl m Swedish (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).
Schàngi m Alsatian (Archaic)
Alsatian form of Jean.
Schanna f Russian
German transcription of Zhanna, a Russian form of Jeanne.
Schapelle f English (Australian, Modern, Rare)
A known bearer of this name is Schapelle Corby, an Australian woman convicted of drug smuggling in Indonesia in 2005. The 2014 TV movie Schapelle told her story.
Scharbel m Arabic
German transcription of Sharbel.
Scharel m Alsatian (Archaic)
Vernacular form of Charles reflecting the French pronunciation.
Scharlotte f German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German spelling variant of Charlotte, not uncommon in the late 1700s and early 1800s.
Scharne f Yiddish
German-Yiddish variant of Charne.
Scheauca f Medieval Romanian
Derived from the archaic Romanian word şcheau which used to mean "Bulgarian", in certain cases "Serb" and later on "Slav" in general.
Schedar f Astronomy
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]
Schedius m Greek Mythology
Derived from σχεδόν (skhedón) meaning "nearby" or "nearly, almost", and δίος (dîos) meaning "heavenly, divine".
Scheina f German (Rare)
German transcription of Shayna.... [more]
Scheindel f Yiddish
Diminutive of Scheine (compare Shaindel).
Scheine f Yiddish
German-Yiddish variant of Shayna.
Schelumiël m German
Modern German form of Salamiel
Schenley f & m English (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Schenley.
Scherom m German (Rare)
Germanised spelling of Jérôme.
Schewa f Yiddish, German (Rare)
German Yiddish variant of Sheyve.
Schezo m Popular Culture
When combined with the last name Wegey, it means the gorgeous man who defiles the gods in a fictional ancient language. This name is born by Puyo Puyo character Schezo Wegey.
Schifra f Jewish
German transcription of Shifra.
Schimon m German (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
German and Dutch form of Shimon.
Schimun m Romansh
Romansh form of Simon, traditionally found in the Engadine valley.
Schindler m & f Jewish
A name used in homage to Oskar Schindler. It is an occupational name for a person who made or laid wooden roof tiles.
Schirin f German
German transcription of the originally Persian name Shirin.
Schiwka f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Живка (see Zhivka).
Schlamo m Yiddish
Yiddish variant of Salomon.
Schletto m Germanic Mythology
Name of a giant who (according to the legend) founded the Alsatian city Sélestat (German name Schlettstadt).
Schley m American (Archaic)
The name is derived from the surname Schley.... [more]
Schmaye m Yiddish
One of the Yiddish forms of Shemaiah.
Schmerzenreich m Germanic Mythology
German name meaning "sorrowful, painful".... [more]
Schneeweißchen f Folklore (Germanized)
Means "snow white" in High German, thus a cognate of Schneewittchen. This is the name of a peasant girl in the traditional German folktale "Snow-White and Rose-Red" or "The Ungrateful Dwarf".
Schneewittchen f Folklore (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]
Schneur m Yiddish
Originally Spanish name Senior (meaning "Master") ... [more]
Schnini f German (Rare)
Short form and pet name for Jeannine.
Schnuckenack m Romani
From Romani schuker nak "beautiful nose". ... [more]
Schnuppe f German (Rare)
Maybe related to the German word Sternschnuppe "shooting star, falling star".
Schoeneus m Greek Mythology
The name of a number of figures in Greek mythology, meaning "rushy".
Schoenous m Greek Mythology
The name of several individuals in Greek mythology.
Schola f African
Latin word used in reference to singing and learning. May be used as a diminutive of Scholastica.
Scholar m English
It means "scholar", referring to a student or to someone intelligent.
Scholasticus m Late Roman
Masculine form of Scholastica. This name was borne by an 8th-century exarch of Ravenna.
Scholastien m French
Masculine form of Scholastique.
Scholastyk m Polish
Polish form of Scholasticus (see Scholastica).
Scholastyka f Polish
Polish form of Scholastica.
Scholem m Yiddish
Yiddish form of Solomon.
Schon m & f English (American, Anglicized, Rare)
Transferred use of an anglicized version of the surname Schön.
Schönche f Yiddish, 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.
Schöne f Yiddish
Derived from Yiddish shein "beautiful". The name coincides with German Schöne "beautiful woman" (compare Beila and Shayna).
Schönla f Yiddish
Diminutive of Schöne.
Schöntraud f German (Modern, Rare)
20th century coinage from the usual German word schön "beautiful" and the name element TRAUD (going back to the Germanic name element thrud "strength").... [more]
Schönwip f Medieval 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.
Schorsch m German (Rare), Hunsrik
Germanized form of the French name Georges as well as the Hunsrik form of Jorge.
Schoschana f German (Rare)
German spelling of Shoshana.
Schosef m Alsatian (Archaic)
Vernacular form of Joseph, influenced by the French pronunciation of this name.
Schroeder m Popular 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]
Schulamit f German (Modern, Rare)
German transcription of the modern Hebrew name Shulamith.
Schulieta f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Жулиета (see Zhulieta).
Schuyla f English
Feminization of Schuyler in the trend of Skyla.
Schwaniger m Medieval German
The name is formed from the German name elements SCHWAN "swan" and ger "javelin, spear".... [more]
Schweder m East Frisian, Frisian
Derived from Old Saxon swîth "strong" and either heri "army" or hard (cognate of Old Frisian herd) "hardy; brave".
Schweer m East Frisian
Contracted form of Schweder, first recorded in the 1400s.... [more]
Schweikhard m Medieval German
Either a variant of Swidger oder derived from Old High German swigen "to be silent, to keep silence" and hard "hard".
Schwerthelm m German (Modern, Rare, Archaic)
A new coinage from the German word Schwert "sword" and the name element helm "helmet, protection".... [more]
Schwertleite f Theatre
Transferred from the name of an early form of accolade. Schwertleite is the name of one of the valkyries in Richard Wagner's opera 'Die Walküre'.
Schyler f & m English
Variant of Schuyler.
Ścibor m Polish
Variant of Czcibor.
Ścibora f Polish
Variant of Czcibora.
Science m English (American, Rare)
Middle English (denoting knowledge) from Old French, from Latin scientia, from scire ‘know.’
Scipio m Ancient Roman, Italian, African American (Archaic)
Roman cognomen derived from Latin scipio or scipionis meaning "staff, walking stick". A known bearer of this name was Scipio Africanus, a Roman general from the 2nd century BC.... [more]
Scipion m Croatian, French
Croatian and French form of Scipio.
Scipione m Italian
Italian form of Scipio. Known bearers of this name include the Italian historian Scipione Ammirato (1531-1601), the Italian painter Scipione Pulzone (c... [more]
Sciron m Greek Mythology
Means "mistral, northwest Mediterranean wind". This was the name of a Corinthian bandit in Greek mythology.
Ścirye m & f Tocharian
Means "star" in Tocharian.
Ščiuricha f Medieval Baltic
Recorded in 15th-century Lithuania.
Scjapan m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Stephen.
Sclavo m Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin sclavus "slave".
Scolace f Medieval English
English vernacular form of Scholastica. In England it was used as a Christian name from the late 12th century until the Protestant Reformation.
Scolaguta m Cherokee
Means "hanging maw" in Cherokee.
Scolastica f Italian, Romanian
Italian and Romanian form of Scholastica.
Scolastico m Italian
Italian form of Scholasticus (see Scholastica).
Scooby m Popular Culture
This is the name used for Shaggy's dog in the 'Scooby Doo' Franchise
Scorpia f Popular Culture
A character in the TV show, She-Ra Princesses of Power.
Scorpio m Astronomy
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.
Scorpius m Astronomy, 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.
Scotia f English (Rare)
Latin term for Scotland
Scotland m & f English
From the name of the country Scotland, meaning "land of the Scots", from Latin Scoti meaning "Gaelic speaker".