SerenafJapanese From Japanese 芹 (se) meaning "celery" or 汐 (se) meaning "evening tide; night tides; ebb", 怜 (re) meaning "pity, sympathize" combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible as well.
SerikafJapanese From Japanese 芹 (seri) meaning "celery" combined with 伽 (ka) meaning "nursing or taking care of a person", 佳 (ka) meaning "beautiful, good", 夏 (ka) meaning "summer", 架 (ka) meaning "construct, build", 花 (ka) or 華 (ka) which both mean "flower" or 香 (ka) meaning "fragrance"... [more]
SerinfJapanese From Japanese 星 (se) meaning "star" combined with 林 (rin) meaning "woods; grove; forest; copse", 鈴 (rin) meaning "bell, chime" or 凛 (rin) meaning "dignified, severe, cold". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SerpentinefEnglish Vocabulary word meaning "sinuous, winding, curving". There are several places or features with this name, such as Lake Serpentine in London, and it's possible that people with this name may have been named for these locations.... [more]
SertabfTurkish Means "the main light, radiance". Sertab Erener is a famous singer with the name. Her name was chosen from a classical Turkish song called "Ey Şûh-i Sertab".
SertaçmTurkish Terived from Turkish ser, an archaic word for "head" and taç meaning "crown".
SertormAncient Roman Uncommon Roman praenomen of debated etymology. Some argue that it is derived from a shared root with Servius whilst others cite satio meaning "a planted field" or adsertor meaning "a person who asserts another's liberty".
ServandomSpanish, Galician Spanish and Galician form of Servandus. A known bearer of this name is the American professional soccer player Servando Carrasco (b. 1988).
ServandusmLate Roman Derived from Latin servandus, which is the future passive participle of the Latin verb servo meaning "to preserve" as well as "to protect, to save". This name was borne by a Spanish saint from the early 4th century AD.
ServetmMedieval French, French (Rare) Medieval French diminutive of Servais (as -et is a French masculine diminutive suffix). This given name fell out of use in France after the Middle Ages, but it has since enjoyed an extremely modest revival in the late 1980s... [more]
ServiliafAncient Roman, Italian Feminine form of Servilius. A known bearer of this name was Servilia Caepionis (1st century BC), who was the mother of Caesar's assassin Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger.
ServilienmFrench French form of Servilianus. This name is mostly used in French-speaking parts of Africa. A known bearer of this name is Servilien Nzakamwita (b. 1943), bishop of the Rwandese city Byumba.
ServiliusmAncient Roman Roman nomen gentile which was derived from the Latin adjective servilis meaning "of a slave, slavish, servile", which is ultimately derived from the Latin verb servio meaning "to serve, to be in service, to be a servant/slave"... [more]
ServillanomFilipino Variant of Serviliano. Servillano Aquino was a Filipino general during the Philippine Revolution against Spain. He is the great grandfather of Benigno Aquino III, the 15th president of the Philippines, and grandfather-in-law to his mother, Corazon Aquino, the 11th president and 1st female president of the Philippines.
SesemGeorgian (Rare) Meaning unknown. Georgian sources state that the name is of Kartvelian origin. However, there might possibly be a chance that the name was originally a short form of Ioseb (compare its diminutive Soso), in which case it is technically of Hebrew origin... [more]
SesehangmNepali “Sesehang is Nepali name more specifically from a Limbu community derived from Limbu language meaning Bright king” . Sesehang is combination of sese and hang . Sese means Bright more like bright thoughts and Hang means king . It’s another meaning could be king of light as well which means Sese stands for light .
SesemifLiterature Sesemi (real name Therese) Weichbrodt is a figure from the Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann.
SeserafJapanese From Japanese 星 (se) meaning "star", 々, a phonetic character indicting a duplication of the beginning kanji combined with 来 (ra) meaning "to come". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SesshomarumJapanese Seshomaru can mean the desecration of the cercle of life. Sesshomaru is a ficitonal character created in the hit Manga INUYASHA. Sesshomoru is a full blooded dog demon, who has a hateful relationshop with all humans, and his half brother Inuyasha due to his tainted blood... [more]
SesshoumarumJapanese Sesshoumaru is a japanese name meaning 'Killing Perfection', it is also the name of a popular character in the japanese anime/ manga called Inuyasha... [more]
SessilefEnglish English cognate of Cécile, influenced by the botanical term sessile, meaning "a leaf issuing directly from the stem of the plant, rather than by a petiole."
SessilyfEnglish (Modern) Variant of Cecily, influenced by the botanical term sessile, meaning "a leaf issuing directly from the stem of the plant, rather than by a petiole."
SetebosmTheatre Seen in Shakespeare's play 'The Tempest' (1611), in which Setebos is the god worshipped by Caliban and Sycorax.
SetefillafSpanish From the Spanish titles of the Virgin Mary, La Virgen de Setefilla and Nuestra Señora de Setefilla, meaning "The Virgin of Setefilla" and "Our Lady of Setefilla," venerated at the hermitage in Lora del Río in the Andalusian province of Seville... [more]