Submitted Names Starting with S

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Scotti f & m English (Modern, Rare)
Variant or feminine form of Scotty.
Scottia f English (Modern, Rare)
Feminine version of Scott.
Scottina f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Scott.
Scottine f English (Rare)
Variant form of Scottina. A known bearer of this name is the American actress Brett Rossi (b. 1989), who was born as Scottine Ross.
Scottlyn f English (Modern, Rare)
A feminized form of Scott, using the popular name suffix lyn.
Scottlynn f English (American, Modern, Rare)
Variant of Scotlyn, an alteration of Scotland formed using the feminine name suffix lyn. It can also be taken as a combination of Scott and Lynn.
Scottus m Gaulish
Masculine form of Scotta.
Scovia f English (African), Eastern African
Shortened form of Proscovia, mainly used in Uganda.
Scrat m Popular Culture
Scrat is a sabre-toothed squirrel who is obsessed with collecting acorns, constantly putting his life in danger to obtain and defend them in the Ice Age films.
Scribonia f Ancient Roman, Italian
Feminine form of Scribonius. Scribonia was the name of the second wife of Augustus, the first Roman emperor, and the mother of his daughter Julia.
Scriboniano m Italian
Italian form of Scribonianus.
Scribonianus m Late Roman, History
This Roman cognomen is an extended form of Scribonius. A known bearer of this name was Lucius Arruntius Camillus Scribonianus, a Roman usurper from the 1st century AD.
Scribonien m French
French form of Scribonianus.
Scribonio m Italian
Italian form of Scribonius.
Scribonius m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile, which is derived from Scribonus.
Scribonus m Ancient Roman
Possibly derived from Latin scribere "to write", perhaps even in combination with Latin bonus "good, well", thus meaning "to write well." This was the name of Scribonus Largus, a Roman physician from the 1st century AD.
Scully m & f English
Transferred use of the surname Scully.
Scylaceus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Σκυλακεύς (Skylakeus), which is a more elaborate form of Scylax. In Greek mythology, Scylaceus was a Lycian comrade-in-arms of Sarpedon and Glaucus... [more]
Scylax m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Σκύλαξ (Skylax). This is most likely an authentic Greek name, even though the one known bearer - Scylax of Caryanda - was of Carian descent and thus might have had a hellenized name... [more]
Scyler f & m American (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Skyler/Schuyler influenced by Scarlett.
Scylla f Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology, Scylla (/ˈsɪlə/ sil-ə; Greek: Σκύλλα, Skylla, pronounced skýl̚la)1 was a monster that lived on one side of a narrow channel of water, opposite its counterpart Charybdis... [more]
Scypion m Polish
Polish form of Scipio.
Sdepan m Armenian
Variant of Stepan.
Sdrawka f Bulgarian (Germanized)
Variant transcription of Здравка (see Zdravka).
Se m & f Chinese
From Chinese 瑟 (sè) meaning "zither".
Sea m & f English (Rare)
A large body of water
Sea f Japanese
From Japanese 星 (se) meaning "star" combined with 愛 (a) meaning "love, affection". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Seaborn m English (Puritan)
Transferred use of the surname Seaborn, though in the case of many Puritans, it was given to children born at sea.
Seabrooke m English
Transferred use of the surname Seabrooke.
Seaburn m English
Variant of Seaborn.
Seacailín f Irish (Rare)
Rare Irish form of Jacqueline.
Seachnasach m Ancient Irish
Perhaps related to "avoidant, elusive" and similar words in Irish like Seachnatach
Séadna m Irish
"Séadna, also Séanna, is an Irish Gaelic personal name known mostly due to the popularity of the book Séadna, by Father Peadar Ua Laoghaire (occasionally known in English as Peter O'Leary), which was published in 1904... [more]
Seafield m English (Rare)
Derived from the English locational surname of Seafield, which is said to be of Norman French origin and refers to a town called Saville in the former French province of Anjou. It is also worth noting that there are several places named Seafield in Scotland, but none in England.... [more]
Seaforth m English (Australian, Rare), English (New Zealand, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname. Kenneth Ivo Brownley Langwell Mackenzie (1913-1955) was an Australian poet and novelist. His first and best-known novel, 'The Young Desire It' (1937), was published under the pen name Seaforth Mackenzie.
Seafowl m Medieval, Medieval English, English (Archaic)
Old English "sea" + Old English fugol "bird".
Seager m English
Transferred use of the surname Seager.
Seaghdhan m Irish (Rare)
Variant of Séaghdha as well as an older form of Sean.
Sealana f Spanish (Latin American)
Moon goddess. Form of Selena.
Šealggá f Sami
Meaning unknown.
Sealtiel m Judeo-Christian Legend
Form of the name Shealtiel, an archangel in Eastern Orthodox and some Catholic traditions, meaning "Prayer of God."
Sea-mercy m English (Puritan)
Possibly given to a child who was spared during a sea journey.
Seamus m English
Anglicised form of Séamus.
Seána f Irish (Latinized), English
Latinazed feminine form of Seán. Seána came into use in the 20th century.
Seana f English
Anglicized form of Seána and variant of Seanna.
Seanachan m Irish
Derived from sean, meaning "old".
Seang m & f Khmer
From Chinese 上海 (shànghǎi) meaning Shanghai.
Seani f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Sean, Shawn & Shawnee,
Seantrel m African American (Rare)
Elaboration of Sean using the popular name suffix trel.
Seantum m Mormon
Member of the Gadianton band.
Sear m Ancient Persian (Modern, Rare)
Face; Personality; Character;
Šeará f Sami
Meaning unknown.
Seara f Japanese
From Japanese 世 (se) meaning "world", 瀬 (se) meaning "rapids, current, torrent, shallows, shoal", 星 (se) meaning "star", 聖 (se) meaning "holy, saint, sage, master, priest" or 姫 (se) meaning "princess", 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia" or 愛 (a) meaning "love, affection" combined with 羅 (ra) meaning "gauze, thin silk", 良 (ra) meaning "good, pleasing, skilled", 新 (ara) meaning "fresh, new", 来 (ra) meaning "come, due, next, cause, become", 空 (ara) meaning "sky", 愛 (ara) meaning "love, affection", 蘭 (ra) meaning "orchid" or 微 (ara) meaning "delicate, minuteness, insignificance"... [more]
Seará f Sami
Sami variant of Šeará.
Search-the-scriptures m & f English (Puritan)
Referring to John 5:39, "Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me."
Seargeoh m Obscure
Respelling of Sergio. A famous bearer is Seargeoh Stallone.
Searla f Irish
Variant of Saorfhlaith. It means free princess or free noblewoman derived from Irish saor meaning "free" and Irish flaith meaning "princess, nobelwoman".
Seàrlaid f Scottish
Scottish form of Charlotte (compare Séarlait), sometimes associated with the name Teàrlag (which was Anglicized as Charlotte).
Searlaith f Irish
Variant of Saorfhlaith. It means free princess or free noblewoman derived from Irish saor meaning "free" and Irish flaith meaning "princess, nobelwoman".
Seasaidh f Scottish Gaelic
Gaelic form of Jessie. The name coincides with the future tense of the Scottish Gaelic verb seas "to stand".
Seasidh f English (Modern, Rare)
Allegedly a modern "Gaelicization" of Jessie.
Season f English (Rare)
Either derived from the English word season, and thus ultimately from Latin satio "sowing; planting" (which later came to be understood as "time of planting"), or a transferred use of the surname Season... [more]
Seastnán m Irish (Rare, ?)
No one is quite sure what Seastnán means but it is said to mean "Bodyguard"
Seathan m Scottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic form of John via Old French Jehan.
Seattle m Indigenous American (Anglicized), Popular Culture
Seattle is an anglicization of the modern Duwamish conventional spelling Si'ahl, equivalent to the modern Lushootseed (Chief Seattle's native language) publishing spelling Si'aɫ. ... [more]
Seaver m American (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Seaver.
Seaxnēat m Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Saxon Mythology
Old English cognate of Sahsnot, as the name consists of Old English seax meaning "knife, dagger, sword" combined with Old English nēad meaning "help, need".... [more]
Seb m Ancient Egyptian
Variant of Geb, deriving from a historically incorrect translation.
Seba m & f Biblical (All)
There's only one Seba in the Bible, and he's a son of Cush, son of Ham, son of Noah (Genesis 10:7).... [more]
Seba m Spanish
Diminutive of Sebastian.
Sebaga m & f Tswana
Means "a bead" in Setswana.
Sebahat f Turkish
beauty in turkish
Sebahudin m Albanian
Albanian form of Sabah ud-Din.
Sébald m French (Rare)
French form of Sebald.
Sebald m German
Contraction of Siegbald.
Sebas m Biblical
Seba is a son of Cush, son of Ham, son of Noah.... [more]
Sebasti m Portuguese
Diminutive of Sebastião.
Sebastià m Catalan
Catalan form of Sebastian.
Sebastiaen m Dutch
Dutch form of Sebastian.
Sebastían m Icelandic
Icelandic variant of Sebastian.
Sebastianu m Corsican, Sicilian
Corsican and Sicilian form of Sebastian.
Sebastie m Medieval Basque
Medieval Basque variant of Sebastian.
Sebastijn m Dutch
Dutch form of Sebastinus.
Sebastijonas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Sebastianus (see Sebastian).
Sébastin m French
French form of Sebastinus.
Sebastín m Spanish
Spanish form of Sebastinus.
Sebastin m German
German form of Sebastinus.
Sebastión m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Sebastian.
Sebastjana f Slovene
Feminine form of Sebastjan.
Sébastjen m Belgian (Rare)
Extremely rare form of Sébastien.
Sebbe m Swedish
Swedish diminutive of Sebastian.
Sebbi m Ancient Scandinavian, Old Danish
Old Norse and Old Danish diminutive of Sǽbiǫrn.
Sebby f & m Various
Diminutive of Sebastian or Sebastiane, usually not used as a given name in its own right.
Sebekemhab m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Sobek is in festival".
Sebella f English
Variant of Sabella or Isabella. Sebella Rose Winter is the name of the daughter of Eric Winter and Roselyn Sánchez.
Sêber f Kurdish
Means "shade, shadow" in Kurdish.
Seberín m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Severinus.
Seberino m Basque
Basque form of Severinus.
Sebes m Hungarian (Archaic)
Old Hungarian short form of Sebestyén.
Sebestao m Konkani, Indian (Christian)
Konkani form of Sebastian, borrowed from Portuguese Sebastião. Used by Konkani Catholics.
Sebi m & f Various, Romanian
Diminutive of Sebastian.
Sebie f Ethiopian
Meaning "Autumn".
Sebienda f Medieval Occitan
Occitan cognate of Sapience.
Sebile f Arthurian Romance, Folklore
Variant of Sybil. In Arthurian legend and Italian folklore, Sebile is a queen or princess often portrayed as a fairy or enchantress.
Sebiorn m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Sǽbiǫrn.
Sebjörn m Swedish
Younger form of Sæbiorn.
Sebjørn m Norwegian
Meaning unknown.
Sebő m Hungarian
Diminutive form of Sebestyén.
Sebolai m Sotho
Means "assassin" in Sotho.
Sebti m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Meaning unknown, of Arabic origin.
Sebun m Japanese
From Japanese 世 (se) meaning "generations" combined with 聞 (bun) meaning "hear". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
Sebustianu m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Sebastian.
Sebutlana f Tswana
Means "small rabbit" in Setswana.
Seby m Malayalam (Modern)
The name is purely Malayalam in origin, a South Indian language spoken by the Malayalis.
Sebyong m Filipino, Tagalog
Diminutive of Eusebio.
Sechaba m Sotho
The meaning is 'nation' as in 'our nation', 'the country we live in'.
Sechelei m & f Polynesian
Means "friend" in Palauan.
Seçkin m & f Turkish
Means "distinguished" in Turkish.
Seckret f & m African American
The name Seckret comes from the English word secret.
Second m French
French form of Secundus.
Seconda f Italian
Italian form of Secunda.
Seconde f French
French form of Secunda.
Secondo m Italian
Italian form of Secundus.
Secret f English (Rare)
From the English word secret, which is ultimately from Latin secretus "set apart, hidden, private".
Sectonia f Popular Culture
Queen Sectonia is the primary antagonist of Kirby: Triple Deluxe and the penultimate boss of that game. She first appears in-game after Kirby beats Taranza, who was the queen's loyal servant.
Seculus m Montenegrin (Archaic)
Recorded in Montenegro in the early 1600s.
Secunda f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Secundus.
Secundilla f Ancient Roman
Diminutive of Secunda, as it contains the Latin feminine diminutive suffix -illa. This name was borne by a saint from the 4th century AD.
Secundina f Galician
Galician feminine form of Secundinus.
Secundino m Galician
Galician form of Secundinus.
Secundulus m Late Roman
Diminutive of Secundus, as it contains the Latin masculine diminutive suffix -ulus.... [more]
Seda f Chechen
Means "star" in Chechen.
Seda m & f Khmer
Means "eggfruit" in Khmer.
Sedaine f French (Archaic)
French feminine form of Sidonius.
Sedania f Medieval English (Latinized)
Latinized form of Sedany, itself a variant of Sidony.
Sedanur f Turkish
Combination of the names Seda and Nur.
Sedat m Turkish
Means "justness, truth" or "mind, intelligence" in Turkish.
Seddar m Sami (Skolt)
Skolt Sami form of Isidore.
Sedea f Faroese (Archaic), East Frisian (Archaic)
East Frisian short form of names containing the element side "custom, habit; manner". This name also saw some usage on the Faroe Islands.
Sedecia m Italian
Italian form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its latinized form Sedecias.
Sédécias m French
French form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its latinized form Sedecias.
Sedecías m Spanish
Spanish form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its latinized form Sedecias.
Sedecias m Biblical Latin
Latin form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its hellenized form Zedekias.
Sedecies m Catalan
Catalan form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its latinized form Sedecias.
Sedecjasz m Polish
Polish form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its latinized form Sedecias.
Sedekia m Dutch
Modern Dutch form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its latinized form Sedecias.
Sedekiya m Russian, Ukrainian
Russian and Ukrainian form of Tzidqiyyahu (see Zedekiah) via its latinized form Sedecias.
Sedemai f Medieval English
Variant of Sedemaiden, the medieval English form of Old English *Sidumægden or *Seodumægden.
Sedeqetelebab f Judeo-Christian Legend
The name of the wife of Shem in the Book of Jubilees.
Sedgwick m English (American)
Transferred use of the surname.
Sedigheh f Persian
Persian form of the Arabic صديقة (ṣadīqah) meaning "friend".
Sedile f Medieval French
Of uncertain origin and meaning. One current theory, however, links this name to Latin sedile "seat; chair".
Sedireng m Tswana
Means "do it" in Setswana.
Sędomir m Polish
Old Polish male name, of which the first element is derived from Polish sądzić "to judge" (also compare Croatian suditi and Czech soudit, both of which mean "to judge"). The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace"... [more]
Sedona f English (American)
In the United States, this name is usually given in honour of the city of Sedona in Arizona. The city itself had been named after Sedona Arabella Schnebly (née Miller), who was the wife of Theodore Carlton Schnebly, the city's first postmaster... [more]
Sedonia f American
Possibly an elaboration of Sedona.
Sędowin m Pomeranian
While the first name element is derived from Polish sądzić "to judge", the second element is of debated origin and meaning. The predominant theory considers it the Pomeranian equivalent of Polish wuj "uncle", which would make Sędowin the Pomeranian form of Sędziwuj.
Sedric m English
Variant of Cedric. Known bearers of this name include the American basketball players Sedric Toney (b. 1962) and Sedric Webber (b. 1977).
Sedrick m English
Variant spelling of Cedric via Sedric. Also compare Cedrick. A known bearer of this name is the American retired football player Sedrick Ellis (b... [more]
Sedrida f History (Ecclesiastical)
Catalan and Spanish form of Sæþryð.
Sedueççuye f Yakut
Yakut form of Theodosia.
Sedúlio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Sedulius.
Sedulio m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Sedulius.
Sedulius m Ancient Roman
Derived from Latin sedulus "zealous, diligent, sincere." This name was borne by a Christian poet from the 5th century AD.
Sedvard m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of siðr "custom", "habit", "manner" and vǫrðr "guard".
Sędzisław m Polish
Derived from Polish sądzić "to judge" and sława "glory, fame".
Sędzisława f Polish
Feminine form of Sędzisław.
Sędziwuj m Polish
Derived from Polish to judge" and wuj# "uncle".
Sedzukiya f Japanese
From Japanese 星 (se) meaning "star", 月 (dzuki) meaning "moon" combined with 夜 (ya) meaning "night". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Seeda f Thai
Alternate transcription of Sida.
Seef m & f Afrikaans (Rare), Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare), Limburgish (Rare)
This name is more often seen on men than on women. For men, the name is a short form of Josephus and in some cases also of Severinus and its Dutch form Severijn... [more]
Seefke f & m Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare), Limburgish (Rare)
Diminutive of Seef. This name is predominantly feminine, but has occasionally informally been used on men (especially in Limburg, because diminutives ending in -ke are common for both sexes there).
Seekhe f Kalmyk
Means "beautiful" in Kalmyk.
Seela m Caucasian Mythology
Variant transcription of Sela.
Seelasat f Caucasian Mythology
Means "oriole (a type of bird)". Seelasat was the protector of virgins in Vainakh mythology.
Seeley f & m English (Archaic), Popular Culture
Means "Blessed" or "Happy". From Old French, coming from the same Germanic root as Selig. This the name of one of the main characters in the hit T.V. series 'Bones'.
Seely m & f Medieval English
Medieval nickname for a person with a cheerful disposition, from Middle English seely "happy, fortunate" (from Old English sæl "happiness, good fortune"). The word was also occasionally used as a female personal name during the Middle Ages... [more]
Seemon m Scots
Scots form of Simon. In some places it is also used as a Scots form of Sigmund.
Seemore m English (Archaic)
Variant of Seymour.
Seena f English (Rare)
In the case of Danish-American silent film actress Seena Owen (1894-1966), it was an Anglicized form of Signe, her birth name. It could also be a short form of Thomasina and other names featuring this sound.
Seepa f Finland
Cognate of BATHSHEBA.
Seeria f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Sêria.
Seernaq f Greenlandic
Younger form of Sêrnaĸ.
Seersha f Irish (Anglicized, Rare)
Anglicized version of the Irish name Saoirse.
Seetsele f Tswana
Means "medal" in Setswana.
Seezoram m Mormon
Member of Gadianton band, tenth known Nephite chief judge (c. 26 BC), eventually succeeded by Lachoneus. How and when he began his reign as chief judge is not known; his first appearance in the Book of Mormon is when Nephi, son of Helaman, prophesied his murder by the hand of his brother, Seantum... [more]
Sefa f Galician
Diminutive of Xosefa.
Sefa f Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse feminine form of Sefi and Siafi.
Sefania m & f Finnish (Rare)
Finnish form of Zephaniah.
Sefanija m Croatian
Croatian form of Zephaniah.
Sefat m Persian
This is the birth name of Persian Japanese baseball player Yu Darvish.
Sefer m Albanian, Bosnian, Turkish
Albanian, Bosnian and Turkish form of Safar.
Sefferl f Upper German
Upper German diminutive of Josefine. This name is strictly a diminutive and not used as a given name in its own right.
Şefik m Turkish
Turkish form of Shafiq.
Šefik m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Shafiq.
Şefika f Turkish
Feminine form of Şefik.
Šefika f Bosnian
Feminine form of Šefik.
Sefina f Czech
Diminutive of Josefína.
Şefiqa f Crimean Tatar
Crimean Tatar form of Shafiqa.
Sefis m Greek
A Cretan dialectal form of Joseph.... [more]
Šefka f Bosnian
Feminine form of Šefik.
Šefketa f Bosnian, Macedonian
Possibly a variant of Šefka.
Séfora f Spanish
Spanish form of Zipporah.
Sèfora f Catalan
Catalan form of Zipporah.
Sefora f Italian (Rare), Maltese (Rare), Polish
Italian and Polish form of Zipporah.
Sefrian m Gascon (Archaic)
Gascon form of Symphorianus. This name is not to be confused with the similar-looking name Severianus.
Sefriana f Occitan
Feminine form of Sefrian.
Seftia f & m Indonesian
Given to children born in the month of September.
Segafredo m Italian (Archaic)
Archaic Italian form of Siegfried via its medieval Latin form Segafredus. This given name is no longer in use, but it still survives as a patronymic surname.
Segametsi f Tswana
Means "that which draws water" in Setswana.
Segar m Medieval English
Old English S?gar, composed of the elements s? ‘sea’ + gar ‘spear’.
Segeband m Medieval Baltic
Medieval Estonian variant of Sigband.
Seger m Swedish (Rare, Archaic)
Archaic North Swedish form of Sigurd. Means "victory" in modern Swedish.
Segev m Hebrew
Means "majesty" or "superiority" in Hebrew.
Seghir m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Saghir (chiefly Algerian).
Segiko f Japanese
From Japanese 世 (se) meaning "world", 儀 (gi) meaning "ceremony" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.