Submitted Names Starting with S

gender
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Semaj m African American (Modern, Rare)
The name James spelled backwards.
Semakaleng m & f Sotho
Means "surprise" in Sotho.
Semanur f Turkish
A compound of Sema and Nur.
Sémaphore m Literature
Derived from the French noun sémaphore meaning "semaphore", which is a visual signalling system. The word is ultimately derived from the ancient Greek words σῆμα (sema) meaning "sign, mark, token" and φέρω (phero) meaning "to bear, to carry"... [more]
Semaria f African
samaritan
Semat f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian name meaning "The Companion".
Semathi m Biblical (Hellenized)
Variant transcription of Zillethai, as used in 1 Chronicles 12:20.... [more]
Seme m Medieval Basque
Derived from Basque seme "son". It was recorded as a given name in the 13th and 14th centuries.
Semegne m Amharic
Means "while I was wishing" in Amharic.
Semein m Biblical Greek
One of Jesus' ancestors from Luke 3:26.
Sémen m Gascon
Gascon diminutive of Seme.
Semën m Russian, Dutch (Rare)
Russian variant transcription and Dutch form of Semyon.
Semen m Finnish
Finnish dialectal variant of Simon.
Semena f Medieval Basque
Feminine form of both Seme and Semeno.
Semenica f Medieval Romanian
Possibly derived from Romanian semen "fellow human being" (compare Surata).
Semeno m Medieval Basque
Of debated origin and meaning. While some modern-day academics consider this name a variant of Seme, other theorize a derivation from Simon (compare Ximeno).
Semera f Medieval Basque
Variant of Semena, recorded in the 12th century.
Semere m African, Ethiopian
ethiopian name. meaning Everything goes fine
Semesa m Fijian
Fijian form of James.
Semezdin m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Shamsuddin. A bearer of this name is the Bosnian writer Semezdin Mehmedinović.
Semhar f & m Tigrinya
Means "Eritrean region" in Tigrinya.
Semi m Finnish
Finnish variant of Sema.
Semi f Javanese
Meaning as of yet unknown.
Semila f Medieval, Medieval English
A rare medieval name of uncertain origin.
Semine f Albanian
Possibly an Albanian form of Samina.
Semir m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Samir.
Semira f Amharic, Turkish, Bosnian
Feminine form of Semir.
Semira f Italian
Short form and diminutive of Semiramide.
Semira f Hebrew
Means "highest heaven" in Hebrew.
Semiramida f Polish
Polish form of Semiramis.
Semiramide f Italian
Italian form of Semiramis.
Semiramidė f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Semiramis.
Sémiramis f French
French form of Semiramis.
Semíramis f Spanish
Spanish form of Semiramis.
Semis m Samoan
Samoan form of James.
Semjon m Estonian
Estonian transcription of Russian Семён (see Semyon).
Semjons m Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Semyon.
Semka f Bosnian, Serbian
Diminutive derivative of Simeuna.
Semke m West Frisian
Short form of Semme, where the diminutive suffix ke has been added to the name.
Semma f English
Diminutive of “Semele”.
Semmi m German (Swiss)
Diminutive of Samuel.
Semni f Etruscan
Of unknown meaning. Possibly related to the Etruscan word 'semna' meaning "trace, track (way, passage)".
Semoi m Finnish (Rare)
Finnish orthodox form of Simon.
Šempatə̑r m Mari
Means "dark warrior, black warrior" in Mari.
Semper m English (Rare)
Derived from Latin semper meaning "forever, always". It also coincides with a surname which derives from multiple distinct sources, including the French place name Saint-Pierre and the medieval Germanic personal name Sindperht (see Sindbert).... [more]
Semphorian m German (Bessarabian)
Bessarabian German form of Symphorianus.
Sempronio m Spanish (Rare), Italian (Rare)
Italian and Spanish form of Sempronius. This is the name of a character in the Spanish novel 'La Celestina' (1499).
Sempronius m Ancient Roman
Roman family name, possibly derived from Latin sempiternus meaning "eternal".
Semri m Biblical, Biblical (Hellenized)
Variant transcription of Shimri, as used in 1 Chronicles 4:37 and 1 Chronicles 26:10.... [more]
Šemsa f Bosnian
Feminine form of Šemso.
Şemşat f Turkmen
Means "sky tree" in Turkmen.
Šemsedin m Slovene
Masculine form of Šemsa.
Semshak m African, Nigerian, Ngas
A common name used among the Jos Plateau people of Nigeria. Meaning "stay together"
Šemsida f Bosnian
Variant form of Šemsudina.
Şemsiruhsar f Ottoman Turkish
Means "cheeks like the sun" in Ottoman Turkish.
Šemso m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Shams.
Şemsüddin m Turkish
Turkish form of Shamsuddin.
Šemsudin m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Shamsuddin.
Semund m Old Danish, Norwegian
Old Danish and modern form of Sǽmundr and variant of Sigmund.
Sem-yeto m Indigenous American, Suisun
Meaning, "brave hand" or "fierce hand."
Semyona f Russian
Feminine form of Semyon.
Sen m & f Japanese
This name can be used as 亘 (kan, kou, moto.meru, wata.ru, sen) meaning "request, span" (masculine), 仙 (sen, sento) meaning "cent, hermit, wizard" or 千 (sen, chi) meaning "thousand" (last 2 are feminine).... [more]
Sen f Vietnamese
Means "lotus flower" in Vietnamese.
Sen m & f Japanese
This name can be used as 亘 (kan, kou, moto.meru, wata.ru, sen) meaning "request, span" (masculine), 仙 (sen, sento) meaning "cent, hermit, wizard" or 千 (sen, chi) meaning "thousand" (last 2 are feminine).... [more]
Sena f & m African
gift of fate... [more]
Sena f Indian, Hinduism
Means "army; missile, dart" in Sanskrit.... [more]
Sena f English (Rare)
Short form of names such as Selina, Serena, Asenath, and Nelsina (see also Sina)... [more]
Sena m & f Japanese
This name combines 世 (se, sei, sou, sanjuu, yo) meaning "generation, public, society, world", 星 (shou, sei, hoshi, -boshi) meaning "dot, mark, spot, star" or 瀬 (rai, se) meaning "current, rapids, shallows, shoal, torrent" with 那 (na, da, nani, nanzo, ikan) meaning "what?", 奈 (dai, na, nai, ikan, karanashi) meaning "Nara, what?", 名 (myou, mei, na, -na) meaning "distinguished, name, noted, reputation", 南 (na, nan, minami, nami) meaning "south" or 凪 (nagi, na.gu - kokuji) meaning "calm, lull."... [more]
Sena f Slovene
Short form of Senija.
Sena f Turkish
Directly taken from Turkish sena, meaning "praise, glory".
Senad m Bosnian
The name comes from the Arabic word سند "support".
Senada f Bosnian
Feminine form of Senad.
Senai m Tigrinya, Ethiopian
Means "gift from Above" in Tigrinya.
Senaid m Bosnian
Variant of Senad.
Senaida f Bosnian (Rare)
Feminine form of Senad.
Senako f Japanese
From Japanese 世 (se) meaning "world" or 聖 (se) meaning "holy, sacred", 和 (na) meaning "peace, harmony, Japan", 奈 (na) meaning "apple tree" or 那 (na) meaning "what" combined with 心 (ko) meaning "heart, mind, soul" or 子 (ko) meaning "child"... [more]
Senan m Arabic
Alternate transcription of Sinan.
Senara f Cornish
From the name of the patron saint of Zennor, a village in Cornwall, which is of obscure origin. Conceivably it may be derived from the Breton name Azenor or the old Celtic Senovara... [more]
Senara f Sinhalese
Frequently used in Sri Lanka as a female given name, a cursory search of social media confirms this fact. Turning to Sanskrit, it looks like the “Sena” part of the name could mean either: "army, missile or dart" with “nara” meaning “human, man”... [more]
Senatla f Tswana
Means "hard worker" in Setswana.
Senayangba m Mao
Meaning Unknown.
Senbi m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name derived from the element snb meaning “to be healthy”.
Senbonzakura m Popular Culture
Senbonzakura means 'One thousand cherry blossoms' or 'One thousand cherry trees'.... [more]
Sendhil m Indian, Kannada, Tamil
Variant transcription of Senthil.
Sendi f Slovene (Modern)
Slovene borrowing of Sandy.
Sendija f Latvian (Modern, Rare)
Latvian borrowing of Sandy.
Sendo m Asturian
Short form of Rosendo.
Sendong m Filipino, Tagalog
Diminutive of Rosendo.
Sendra f Jewish, Hebrew, Yiddish
Feminine form of Sender, possibly making it the Yiddish form of Sandra, Alexandra, or Aleksandra.
Sene f English
Diminutive of Asenath.
Senebhenas f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Health is with her".
Senegarda f Medieval Occitan
Possibly from Old Occitan sener "sir" and garda "to maintain".
Senenmut m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "mother's brother".
Šener m Bosnian (Rare)
Bosnian form of Şener.
Senezha f Mordvin
Means "dark blue" in Erzya.
Seng m & f Chinese (Teochew)
Teochew Chinese form of Cheng.
Seng m & f Lao
From Lao ແສງ (saeng) meaning "light".
Şengal f Kurdish
Means "terebinth" in Kurdish.
Sengdeuane f & m Lao
Means "moonlight" from Lao ແສງ (sǣng) meaning "light, ray, beam" and ເດືອນ (dư̄an) meaning "moon, month" (see the Thai cognate Saengduean).
Senge m Tibetan
Means "lion" in Tibetan.
Senger m Kurdish
Means "moat" in Kurdish.
Şengül f Turkish
Means "rose garden", see Gülşen.
Senía f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Senia.
Sen'ichi m Japanese
From Japanese 仙 (sen) meaning "immortal, transcendent, celestial being, fairy", 千 (sen) meaning "thousand", 宣 (sen) meaning "proclaim, say, announce", 専 (sen) meaning "specialty, exclusive, mainly, solely", 泉 (sen) meaning "spring, fountain", 潜 (sen) meaning "submerge, conceal, hide, lower (voice), hush", 銑 (sen) meaning "pig iron", 仟 (sen) meaning "thousand", 愃 (sen) meaning "abundant, generous" or 沾 (sen) meaning "moisten, wet, soak, touch" combined with 一 (ichi) meaning "one", 壱 (ichi) meaning "one (in documents)" or 市 (ichi) meaning "market, city, town"... [more]
Senija f Bosnian
Bosnian form of Saniyya.
Senijad m Bosnian
Variant of Senad.
Senikka f American (Rare)
Possibly a rare feminine form of Seneca or a variant of Sinikka.
Senín m Galician
Variant of Senén.
Senin m Indonesian, Malay
Means "Monday" in Indonesian and Malay, ultimately from Arabic الِاثْنَيْنِ (al-iṯnayn).
Senith m & f English (American, Rare)
Possibly derived from Zenith.
Senjora f Judeo-Spanish
Derived from Spanish señora, meaning "lady".
Senju m Japanese
Meaning, "a thousand skills."
Senka f & m Japanese
From Japanese 茜 (sen) meaning "deep red, dye from the rubia plant", 仙 (sen) meaning "immortal, transcendent, celestial being, fairy", 千 (sen) meaning "thousand", 扇 (sen) meaning "fan, folding fan" or 泉 (sen) meaning "spring, fountain" combined with 花 (ka) or 華 (ka) both meaning "flower", 香 (ka) meaning "fragrance", 果 (ka) meaning "fruit, reward, carry out, achieve, complete, end, finish, succeed", 架 (ka) meaning "erect, frame, mount, support, shelf, construct", 賀 (ka) meaning "congratulations, joy", 叶 (ka) meaning "grant, answer", 歌 (ka) meaning "song, sing" or 下 (ka) meaning "below, down, descend, give, low, inferior"... [more]
Senki f Japanese
From Japanese 千 (sen) meaning "thousand" or 仙 (sen) meaning "immortal, transcendent, celestial being, fairy" combined with 姫 (ki) meaning "princess".
Senko m Croatian, Slovene, Serbian
Derived from South Slavic senka or sjenka meaning "shadow". Masculine form of Senka or a nickname for Jasenko or Arsen.
Senku m & f Japanese
senku can be formed with the first kanji as 千 (sen, chi) meaning "thousand" or 仙(sen, sento) meaning "immortal" and the second kanji as 空 (ku, sora) meaning "sky" or 久(ku) meaning "long time".
Senmi f Japanese
From Japanese 茜 (sen) meaning "deep red, dye from the rubia plant" or 千 (sen) meaning "thousand" combined with 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Senna f English (Rare), Literature, Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare)
Derived from the plant named Senna. The name is a variant of the Arabic name Sana, which means "brilliance, radiance, splendour."... [more]
Senna f & m Japanese
From Japanese 茜 (sen) meaning "deep red, dye from the rubia plant", 仙 (sen) meaning "immortal, transcendent, celestial being, fairy", 千 (sen) meaning "thousand" or 扇 (sen) meaning "fan (folding fan)" combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens" or 奈 (na) meaning "apple tree"... [more]
Sennefer m Ancient Egyptian
The name of a mayor of Thebes during the reign of Amenhotep II in the 18th Dynasty. His tomb is known as the “Tomb of the Vineyards” due to its decoration.
Sennehilda f Old High German, Medieval, Medieval German
Old High German sin "sense; meaning; opinion" + Old High German hiltja "battle".
Sennen m Ancient Persian
This is the name of a Persian saint, martyred with St. Abdon.
Senni f Finnish, Estonian (Rare)
Finnish short form of Senniija as well as a variant of Senja.
Sennin m Japanese
From Japanese 仙人 (sennin) meaning "immortal mountain fairy or wizard".
Senocrate m Italian
Italian form of Xenokrates via Xenocrates.
Senofane m Italian
Italian form of Xenophanes.
Senofonte m Italian
Italian form of Xenophon.
Senon f Hungarian
Cognate of Shannon, meaning "ancient, old".
Senora f Spanish (Rare), English (Rare)
From Spanish Señora , meaning "lady".
Senovara f Ancient Celtic (Latinized)
Romanized Celtic name, in which the first element is ultimately from the Indo-European root *sen meaning "old" (the second element, uaro, is uncertain, possibly meaning "war"). It was found scratched onto a metal "curse tablet" (c.2nd-century) at the temple of Sulis Minerva at Bath (Somerset, South West England)... [more]
Senri f & m Japanese
As a unisex name, this name combines 千 (sen, chi) meaning "thousand" with 里 (ri, sato) meaning "league, parent's home, ri (unit of distance - equal to 3.927 km), village", 理 (ri, kotowari) meaning "arrangement, justice, logic, reason, truth", 利 (ri, ki.ku) meaning "advantage, benefit, profit", 莉 (rai, ri, rei) meaning "jasmine" or 璃 (ri) meaning "glassy, lapis lazuli."... [more]
Sense m & f Medieval English
Medieval transliteration of Senchia or Sancho.
Sensora m & f Japanese
alternative reading of Senku.
Sensui f Japanese (Rare)
An anagram of the word suisen, meaning "daffodil"
Sent m Dutch, West Frisian
This name is often a short form of Vincent. However, it is also a short form for names that contain the Gothic elements sanths (like Sandulf) or sinths (like Sindulf).
Senthil m Indian, Tamil, Kannada
Derived from Sanskrit सुन्दर (sundara) meaning "beautiful, lovely, handsome". This is also another name for the Hindu deity Murugan, who is worshiped by Hindus in Tamil Nadu.
Senthilde f Medieval, Medieval Spanish
Proto-Germanic sinþaz "journey, way, path" + Proto-Germanic hildiz "battle, fight".
Senthilkumar m Indian, Tamil
Combination of Senthil and Kumar.
Sentia f Roman Mythology
In Roman mythology, Sentia is the goddess of child development and the bringer of awareness into young children. The English word "sentient" meaning "able to perceive or feel things", is derived from her name.
Sentinus m Roman Mythology
God who gives sentience or the powers of sense perception (sensus). Augustine calls him the sensificator, "creator of sentience."
Sento m Spanish
Diminutive of Vicente.
Sentongba m Manipuri
Means "one who profits" in Meitei.
Senuna f Celtic Mythology
A Celtic goddess worshipped in Roman Britain. Her name is possibly related to the Proto-Celtic 'seno' meaning "old". Some academics have associated the name to the ancient river Senua that was once located in southern Britain, which may have also been known as Alde, from the Anglo-Saxon 'ald' meaning old... [more]
Senusret m Ancient Egyptian
Means "man of the goddess Wosret". ... [more]
Senya m & f Russian
Russian short form of several names including Semyon, Ksenofont, and Kseniya
Senya f Japanese
Means "many nights" in Japanese. From 千 (sen) "one thousand" and 夜 (ya) "night, evening".
Senyagwa m Kaguru
Means "eloquent" in Chikaguru.
Senzeni m & f Ndebele
Means "what did we do?" in Ndebele.
Seo-a f Korean
Combination of a seo hanja, like 殊 meaning "different, distinct; excellent" or 瑞 meaning "auspicious, lucky," and an a hanja, such as 雅 meaning "clean, pure" or 娥 meaning "pretty, lovely, beautiful."
Seocan m Scottish Gaelic
Diminutive of Seoc.
Seog-lyu f Korean (Rare)
From Sino-Korean 石榴 (seog-lyu) meaning "pomegranate". This name can be formed using other hanja combinations as well.
Seo-hyang f Korean
서향, means Daphne odora, is a species of flowering plant. The Latin specific epithet odora means "fragrant". In Korea, the plant is also poetically called "churihyang" - a thousand-mile scent - referring to the fragrance of the foliage... [more]
Seoidín f Irish (Modern)
From seoid meaning "jewel, gem" combined with the diminutive suffix -ín.
Seo-jin m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 瑞 (seo) meaning "felicitous omen; auspicious" combined with 鎭 (jin) meaning "town, market place; suppress".
Seok-beom m Korean
From Sino-Korean 錫 "bestow, confer" and 範 "pattern, model, rule, law".
Seok-Jin m Korean
From Sino-Korean 碩 (seok) meaning "large, big, great", 錫 (seok) meaning "tin", or 石 (seok) meaning "stone, rock" combined with 珍 (jin) meaning "treasure", 辰 (jin) meaning "time, day, season", or 鎮 (jin) meaning "to guard" or "to calm, to tranquil"... [more]
Seokjoon m Korean
From Sino-Korean 碩 (seok) meaning "large, big, great", 錫 (seok) meaning "tin", or 石 (seok) meaning "stone, rock" and 俊 "talented, capable; handsome".
Seok-yeong f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 夕 "evening" or 昔 "ancient" (seok) and 瑛 "luster of gem; crystal" or 英 "petal, flower, leaf; brave" (yeong).
Seok-young f Korean
Variant transcription of Seok-yeong.
Seol-hyeon f & m Korean
Combination of a seol hanja, like 雪 meaning "snow" or 設 meaning "establish, set up," and a hyeon hanja, such as 炫 meaning "bright, brilliant; light, clear" or 賢 meaning "benevolent; wise, sensible."
Seol-hyun f & m Korean
Variant transcription of Seol-hyeon.... [more]
Seoli f Korean
From Korean 서리 (seoli) meaning "frost".
Seom-mul m & f Korean (Anglicized, Rare)
From Sino-Korean岛"island" and 水" water"
Seon m & f Korean
Sino-Korean reading of such hanja as 善 meaning "good, nice," 宣 meaning "giving; mercy, kindness," 旋 meaning "spin, rotation," 仙 meaning "virtuous, good," 璿 meaning "gem," 銑 meaning "cast iron," 譔 meaning "teach, instruct" or 選 meaning "hide, conceal; distinguish."
Seon-a f Korean
From Sino-Korean 宣 "declare, announce, proclaim" and 兒 "child". A famous bearer is South Korean actress Kim Sun-a (1975-).
Seónaidh f Irish
The Irish form of the Scottish-Gaelic name Seonaid. Which is turn a translation of Joan, which means ''God's gift'' or ''God's grace''
Seonaidh m Scottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic form of Johnny.
Seonangsin f Korean Mythology
The name of the Korean goddess of villages, boundaries and war. Her name is derived from the hanja 城 (seong) meaning "city wall, fort, defensive wall", 隍 (hwang) meaning "dry moat" or "god of a city" and 神 (sin) meaning "god".
Seongbin m & f Korean
From 星 (seong) meaning "star, planet" or 性 (seong) meaning "sex, gender" and 彬 "cultivated, well-bred"
Seongbok m Korean
From 聖 "holy, sacred; sage" or 成 (seong) meaning "to succeed, to finish, to complete" or 城 (seong) meaning "fort, castle, cidatel" and 福 "happiness, good fortune, blessing".
Seong-gi m Korean
From Sino-Korean 聖 "holy, sacred; sage" and 基 "foundation, base".
Seong-han m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 成 (seong) meaning "to succeed, to finish, to complete" or 城 (seong) meaning "fort, castle, cidatel" combined with 漢 (han) referring to the Han River in China, the ancient Chinese Han dynasty, or the Han Chinese people, as well as other hanja combinations.
Seong-hui f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 盛 "abundant, flourishing" and 希 "rare; hope, expect, strive for".
Seonghwa m Korean
"to be star"
Seong-hwan m Korean
From Sino-Korean 城 "castle; city, town", 星 "a star, planet; any point of light" or 成 "completed, finished, fixed" (seong) and 煥 "shining, brilliant, lustrous" (hwan).
Seonghyun m Korean
From 星 (seong) meaning "star, planet" or 性 (seong) meaning "sex, gender" and 顯 "manifest, display; evident, clear".
Seon-gil m Korean
From Sino-Korean 善 "good, virtuous, charitable, kind" and 吉 "lucky, propitious, good".
Seong-ja f Korean
From Sino-Korean 成 (seong) meaning "turn into, become, get, grow, elapse, reach" or 聖 (seong) meaning "holy, saint, sage, master, priest" combined with 子 (ja) meaning "child". Other hanja combinations are possible.... [more]
Seong-jae m Korean
From Sino-Korean 誠 "sincere, honest; true, real" and 宰 "to slaughter; to rule".
Seong-ju m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 誠 "sincere, honest; true, real" and 周 "circumference".
Seong-mi f Korean
From Sino-Korean 性 "nature, character" and 美 "beautiful, pretty; pleasing".
Seong-won m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 誠 "sincere, honest; true, real" or 聖 "holy, sacred; sage" (seong), and 源 "spring; source, head" (won).
Seong-yeon m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 成 "completed, finished, fixed" and 妍 "beautiful, handsome; seductive".
Seongyoon m Korean
From 聖 "holy, sacred; sage" or 成 (seong) meaning "to succeed, to finish, to complete" or 城 (seong) meaning "fort, castle, cidatel" and 允 "allow, consent" or 潤 "soft, sleek" (yun).
Seon-ho m Korean
From Sino-Korean 先 "first, former, previous" and 皓 "bright, luminous; clear".
Seon-hui f Korean
From Sino-Korean 仙 "transcendent, immortal" and 姫 "beauty".
Seon-mi f Korean
From Sino-Korean 宣 "declare, announce, proclaim" and 美 "beautiful, pretty; pleasing".
Seon-u m Korean
From Sino-Korean 善 "good, virtuous, charitable, kind" or 宣 "declare, announce, proclaim" (seon), and 宇 "house; building", 友 "friend", or 羽 "feather, plume; wings" (u).
Seonwoo m Korean
A variant romanization of Seon-u
Seon-ye f Korean
From Sino-Korean 先 "first, former, previous" and 藝 "art; talent, ability; craft".
Seon-yeong f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 善 "good, virtuous, charitable, kind" or 宣 "declare, announce, proclaim" (seon), and 永 "long, perpetual, eternal, forever" or 映 "project; reflect light" (yeong).
Seon-yu f & m Korean
Combination of a seon hanja, like 善 meaning "good, nice" or 宣 meaning "giving; mercy, kindness," and a yu hanja, such as 有 meaning "stand; exist" or 裕 meaning "sufficient, ample; generous."
Seora f Korean
Variation of Korean Sora and So-Ra.
Seori f Japanese
From Japanese 聖 (se) meaning "holy, sacred", 音 (o) meaning "sound" combined with 鈴 (ri) meaning "bell, chime". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Seosaimhín f Irish
Irish form of Josephine.
Seosamhin f Irish (Modern, Rare)
Modern Gaelic form of Josephine.
Seouera f Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Severa. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Seouerianos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Severianus. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Seouerinos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Severinus. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Seoueros m Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Severus. Also compare the names Silvanus and Silouanos, which show that the letter -v- was usually hellenized to -ou- by the ancient Greeks.
Seoul m & f Various
From the name of the capital city of South Korea.
Seowoo f Korean
From 瑞 "felicitous omen; auspicious" and 祐 "divine intervention, protection" or 玉 "jade, precious stone, gem"
Sepedavle m Georgian (Archaic), Literature
Means "sword of the state", derived from the Arabic noun سيف (sayf) meaning "sword" (see Saif) combined with the Arabic noun دولة (dawla) meaning "state".... [more]
Sepehr m Persian Mythology, Persian
Means "sky" or "heaven" in Persian.
Sepfora f Russian (Rare)
Russian form of Zipporah.
Seph m English
Diminutive of Joseph.
Sephare f Medieval English
Medieval English form of Zipporah.
Sepharinus m Dutch
This name originally came into being as an erroneous spelling of Severinus (see Severino). But, when found spelled as Zepharinus, it can also be an erroneous spelling of Zephyrinus (see Zeferino)... [more]
Sephie f Popular Culture (Modern, Rare)
Diminutive for Persephone and Josephine. This is the name of the heroine in the CrossGen comic series 'Meridian'.
Sephira f English
Variant of Saphira.
Sephiroth m Hebrew
Sephiroth is named for the סְפִירוֹת Səphīrōth (medieval Hebrew form of Sephirot). Sephiroth is a plural noun in Hebrew; the singular is Sephirah (also spelled Sefira)... [more]
Sephy f English
Diminutive of Persephone. The main female character in the novel series 'Noughts and Crosses' has this name.
Sepiah f Malay
Malay form of Safiyyah.
Sepideh f Persian
Means "dawn" in Persian.
Sépistòkòs m Siksika
Derived from sipisttoo meaning "owl" and okós meaning "child" in the Kainaa dialect.
Sepo m Estonian
Estonian form of Seppo 1.
Şepol f Kurdish
Means "wave" in Kurdish.
Sepp m Alsatian, Upper German
Alsatian and Upper German short form of Joseph.
Seppe m West Frisian
Variant of Sippe.
Seppius m Ancient Roman
Oscan equivalent of Septimus.
Septian m Indonesian
From the name of the month of September, typically given to boys born in that month.
Septiana f Indonesian
From the name of the month of September, typically given to girls born in that month.
Septíma f Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic form of Septima.
Septimanie f French (?)
Jeanne-Louise-Armande-Élisabeth-Sophie-Septimanie de Vignerot du Plessis (1740-1773), daughter of the 3rd Duke of Richelieu, was a salonnière of the French Ancien Régime. She was married to the Count of Egmont and also known as Septimanie d'Egmont.
Septime m & f Louisiana Creole, French (Archaic)
French form of Septimus and Septimius, as well as the French feminine form of Septima.... [more]
Septimianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Septimius. This name was borne by a Roman consul from the 2nd century AD.
Septiminus m Late Roman
Diminutive of Septimus. This name was borne by Lucius Fabius Cilo (it was one of his many names), a Roman senator from the 2nd century AD.
Septimio m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Septimius.
Septuagesima f Indonesian
From the name of the 9th sunday before easter. The name of the sunday is derivded from the Latin word for "70th".
Sepuh m Armenian
From the Armenian word սեպուհ (sepuh) meaning "sepuh" (a title of Armenian nobility).
Sepulveda f & m Spanish
Derived from the name of the Sepulveda valley in the mountains of Segovia. It is possibly derived from Spanish sepultar "to bury".
Seqineq m & f Greenlandic
Younger form of Seĸineĸ.
Sequana f Ancient Celtic (Latinized), Celtic Mythology
Latinized form of the Gaulish (Celtic) name Sicauna, which is argued to mean "sacred river" or "the fast flowing one". This was the name of the Gallo-Roman goddess of the River Seine.
Sequssuna m Greenlandic
Younger form of Seĸuvsuna.
Şêr m Kurdish
Means "lion" in Kurdish.
Ser f Armenian
Means "love, affection" in Armenian.