Submitted Names Starting with S

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Šét m Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Seth.
Šet m Croatian
Croatian form of Seth.
Set m Catalan, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish
Catalan, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish form of Seth.
Set m Armenian
Armenian form of Seth 1.
Sétanta m Irish Mythology
“Given name of the folk hero, Cúchulainn”. This birth name was imparted by the deity, Lug, prior to the conception of the demigod child by the mortal mother, Deichtine.
Setayesh  f Persian
From Persian setayesh meaning "the praise, the worship".
Setebos m Theatre
Seen in Shakespeare's play 'The Tempest' (1611), in which Setebos is the god worshipped by Caliban and Sycorax.
Setefilla f Spanish
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]
Setembrina f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin september "September".
Setenay f Circassian, Caucasian Mythology
West Circassian (Adyghe) form of Satanaya.
Seteney f Caucasian Mythology
East Circassian (Kabardian) form of Satanaya.
Setepenre f Ancient Egyptian
Means "Chosen of Re" in Egyptian. This was the name of the sixth and youngest daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti.
Sēth m Greek
Modern Greek form of Seth 1.
Sethe f Literature
Created by Toni Morrison for her Pulitzer prize-winning novel "Beloved." Sethe is the mother of the title character, whom she murders out of an extreme act of love: she would rather kill her child than give it up to the hands of slavery.... [more]
Sethekele f Ndebele
"We visited"
Sethesha f African
(Sethesha-Hope for new beginings.)... [more]
Sethorita f American (South)
Mother of Nature & Goddess of Nature
Sethra f Etruscan
Feminine form of Sethre.
Sethre m Etruscan
Means "(which) hits, afflicts".
Sethu m Malayalam
Name is originated from the word Rama Sethu , which is believed by the Hindu as the name of the bridge constructed by Lord Rama to reach Lanka to save his wife and Goddess Sita from Ravana.
Sethur m Biblical
Sethur, the son of Michael of the house of Asher, was a scout sent to Canaan prior to the crossing of the Jordan River according to Numbers 13:13.
Setiawati f Indonesian
Means "faithful woman", derived from Indonesian setia meaning "loyal, faithful" combined with the feminine suffix -wati.
Setifene m Sotho
Sotho form of Stephen.
Setjhaba m Sotho
Means "nation" in Sesotho.
Setna m Ancient Egyptian, Literature, Greek Mythology
Used as a name for Khaemweset in Greco-Roman stories of ancient Egypt. Setna is a distortion of his title as setem-priest of Ptah; modern scholars call this character 'Setne Khamwas'.
Setne m Ancient Egyptian, Literature
A name assigned to Prince Khaemwaset of Egypt, son of Ramses the Great, in Greco-Roman times. The name is a distortion of his official title setem "priest of Ptah".... [more]
Seto m Japanese
variant of Seth which means "compensation"... [more]
Setoka f Japanese (Modern, Rare)
The name of a seedless and highly sweet Japanese tangor (written in hiragana), which was first registered in 1998.... [more]
Šėtonas m Theology
Lithuanian form of Satan.
Setse m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Seth.
Setshaba m Tswana
Means "nation" in Setswana.
Setshego f Tswana
Means "laughter" in Setswana.
Setshwano f Tswana
Means "resemblance" in Setswana.
Setsu m & f Japanese
From Japanese 節 (setsu) meaning "section, period, verse, melody", though it is often written せつ using the hiragana writing system. It can also come from せ (se) meaning "world" combined with 津 (tsu), a place name, such as Tsu city in Mie prefecture... [more]
Setsuka f Japanese
Japanese for "Snow Flower". Made popular by Setsuka of the Soul Calibur series.
Setsuna f & m Japanese (Modern), Popular Culture
From Japanese 刹那 (setsuna) meaning "a moment, an instant". It can also be given as a combination of 刹 (setsu) meaning "temple" or 雪 (setsu) meaning "snow" combined with Japanese 那 (na) a phonetic kanji or 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens"... [more]
Setsuo m Japanese
From Japanese 接 (setsu) meaning "touch" combined with 男 (o) meaning "male". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Setsura f Japanese
雪麗 literally means "snow resplendence"
Setsuya m Japanese
From Japanese 説 (setsu) meaning "theory" combined with 矢 (ya) meaning "arrow". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Settela f Romani
Meaning uncertain. A famous bearer of this given name was Settela Steinbach (1934-1944), a Dutch Sinti girl who lost her life in the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II. She posthumously became an icon of the Holocaust, due to her brief appearance in a video of the transit camp Westerbork, which had been made by fellow Holocaust victim Rudolf Breslauer (1903-1944 or 1945).
Settimia f Italian
Italian form of Septimia.
Settimiano m Italian
Italian form of Septimianus.
Settimino m Italian
Italian form of Septiminus.
Setugne m Amharic
Means "they gave me" in Amharic.
Setus m Faroese (Archaic)
Former Faroese short form of Anicetus.
Setyaningsih f Indonesian
Combination of Indonesian setia meaning "faithful, loyal, true" (of Sanskrit origin) and the given name Ningsih.
Seukja f Korean
From 碩 "great, eminent; large, big" and 子 (ja) meaning "child".
Seulbi f Korean
Means "drizzling" in Korean.
Seulgi f & m Korean (Modern)
From native Korean 슬기 (seulgi) meaning "wisdom, intelligence." It can also be written with hanja, combining a seul hanja, like 璱 meaning "blue jewel" or 瑟, referring to the pipa instrument, with a gi hanja, such as 基 meaning "foundation, base," 起 meaning "rise, stand up; go up; begin," 璣 meaning "jewel; star" or 伎 meaning "talent, skill, gift."
Seul-Ki f & m Korean (Modern)
Variant transcription of Seulgi.
Seumasina f Scottish Gaelic (Archaic)
Feminine form of Seumas, anglicized as Jamesina.
Seung m Khmer
Means "lion" in Khmer.
Seung-a f Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 雅 "elegant, graceful, refined".
Seung-an m Korean, Chinese
From the Sino-Korean seung meaning "rise, ascend" and Chinese an, meaning "peace, quiet". Other combinations are also possible.
Seung-bin m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 彬 "cultivated, well-bred".
Seung-geol m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" or 勝 "victory; excel, be better than" (seung) and 傑 "hero; outstanding, remarkable" (geol).
Seung-ho m Korean
From Sino-Korean 勝 (seung) "victory; excel, be better than" and 浩 (ho) "great, numerous, vast, abundant".
Seung-hui f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed", 丞 "assist, aid, rescue" or 勝 "victory; excel, be better than" (seung), and 熙 "bright, splendid, glorious", 喜 "like, love, enjoy; joyful thing", 希 "rare; hope, expect, strive for" or 姬 "beauty; imperial concubine" (hui).
Seung-hun m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 勳 "meritorious deed".
Seung-hwan m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 桓 "variety of tree (Chinese soapberry)".
Seung-hye f Korean
From Sino-Korean 升 "arise, go up; advance" and 惠 "favor, benefit, confer kindness".
Seung-hyeon m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 炫 "shine, glitter; show off, flaunt".
Seung-hyeop m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 協 "be united; cooperate".
Seunghyuk m Korean
From 勝 "victory; excel, be better than",勝 meaning "victory", "win", "exellent", "good", "better" or 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" (seung) and 赫 "bright, radiant, glowing".
Seung-hyun m Korean
Variant transcription of Seung-hyeon.
Seung-jae m Korean
From Sino-Korean 勝 "victory; excel, be better than" and 宰 "to slaughter; to rule".
Seung-jin m Korean
From Sino-Korean 昇 "rise, ascent; peaceful; peace" and 辰 "early morning".
Seung-jun m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 (seung) meaning "inherit, receive" combined with 俊 (jun) meaning "excellence, genius". Other hanja combinations are possible. ... [more]
Seungkwan m Korean (Modern)
'Seung' means 'success' and 'Kwan' means 'generous'.
Seung-kyu m Korean
From Korean Hanja 勝 (seung) meaning "victory", "win", "exellent", "good", "better" and 奎 (kyu) meaning "star".... [more]
Seung-man m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 (seung) "inherit, receive; succeed" and 晩 (man) "night". A famous bearer is the first president of South Korea, Syngman Rhee (1875-1965).
Seungmuk m Korean
From 勝 "victory; excel, be better than" or 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" (seung) and 묵 meaning neck.
Seung-ri f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 勝利 "victory".
Seungtae m Korean
From 勝 "victory; excel, be better than",勝 meaning "victory", "win", "exellent", "good", "better" or 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" (seung) and 泰 (tae) meaning "peaceful, calm, peace, easy."
Seung-u m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" or 勝 "victory; excel, be better than" (seung), and 佑 "help, protect, bless" or 友 "friend, companion; fraternity" (u).
Seung-wan m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" or 勝 "victory; excel, be better than" (seung) and 完 "complete, finish, settle; whole" or 玩 "play with, joke, enjoy" (wan).
Seung-yeon f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 升 "arise, go up; hoist; advance", 丞 "assist, aid, rescue" or 昇 "rise, ascent; peaceful; peace" (seung), and 淵 "gulf, abyss, deep", 涓 "brook, stream; select; pure" or 延 "delay, postpone, defer" (yeon).
Seung-yeop m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 燁 "bright, glorious, splendid, flame".
Seung-yun m Korean
From Sino-Korean 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" and 潤 "soft, sleek".
Seurin m Gascon
Gascon form of Severinus.
Seurina f Gascon
Feminine form of Seurin.
Seurine f Gascon
Feminine form of Seurin.
Seuvan m Provençal
Provençal form of Silvanus.
Seuvèstre m Provençal
Provençal form of Silvester.
Sev m Various (Rare)
Nickname for various names containing the sound element -sev-, such as Severin. This name is usually not used as a legal name in its own right.
Sevada m Armenian
Modern form of Sewaday.
Sevag m Armenian
Means "black-eyed" or "one with black (coloured) eyes" in Armenian.
Seval f Turkish
Form the turkish words sev= love or like and al = grap/pick up.
Sevana f Armenian (Rare)
Feminine form of Sevan.
Sevard m Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of sær "sea" and vǫrðr "guard".
Sevarion m Georgian
A rather uncommon Georgian masculine name, this name is probably a variant form of Severian (which is far more common in Georgia).
Sevasti f Greek
Means "respected" in Greek.
Sevastiana f Bulgarian (Rare), Romanian (Rare), Russian, Greek (Rare), Greek (Cypriot, Rare)
Bulgarian, Romanian and Russian form of Sebastiana and modern Greek spelling of Sebastiana.... [more]
Sevastiani f Greek
Modern Greek variant of Sevastiana.
Sevastianos m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Sebastianos, which is the late Greek form of Sebastianus.
Sevastinos m Greek
Greek form of Sebastian.
Sevastjan m Estonian (Rare)
Estonian transcription of Russian Севастьян (see Sevastyan).
Sevastsyan m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Sebastian.
Sevastyana f Russian
Russian variant spelling of Sevastiana (which is spelled as Севастиана in Russian).
Sevcan f Turkish
A combination of sev which means "love" and can which means "soul, life".
Sevde f Turkish, Arabic
Black, beautiful brunette.
Şevder m Kurdish
Means "nocturnal" in Kurdish.
Sevdet m Turkish
Variant of Cevdet.
Sevdo f Uzbek
Uzbek form of Sevda.
Sève f Breton
Allegedly from Breton seu "beautiful". She was a Breton saint of the 6th century, a sister of the renowned Saint Tugdual (one of the seven founder saints of Brittany). A commune in Brittany is named for her.
Seved m Swedish
A more modern variant of the old Norse name Sigvid consisting of the Old Norse elements 'sig' meaning victory and 'vidh' meaning forest. It is also possible that Seved is a Swedish spelling change of the Latin name Severinus.
Seven f & m Popular Culture, English (Rare)
Old English seofon, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch zeven and German sieben, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin septem and Greek hepta.
Séver m Occitan
Occitan form of Severus.
Sevèr m Provençal
Provençal form of Severus.
Sever m Catalan, Croatian, Russian
Catalan, Croatian and Russian form of Severus.
Severa f Ancient Roman, Late Greek, Italian, Russian (Rare), Spanish, Portuguese, Sardinian, Galician
Feminine form of Severus. This name was borne by Aquilia Severa, the second and fourth wife of the Roman emperor Elagabalus (3rd century AD).
Severas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Severus.
Severian m Bulgarian, English, Georgian, Russian, Ukrainian
Bulgarian, English, Russian and Ukrainian form of Severianus. This name is also used in Georgia, where it is a shorter form of Severiane, the older Georgian form of Severianus... [more]
Sévériane f French (Rare), French (African, Rare)
French form of Severiana. Also compare Sévérienne, which is a bit more common and also better documented.
Severiane m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Severianus. This is an older name and it is rare in Georgia nowadays; the shorter form Severian is more common there.
Severianos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek form of Seouerianos, which is the ancient Greek form of Severianus.
Severien m & f Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare)
Dutch form of Severinus for men and Dutch variant of Severine and/or Séverine for women... [more]
Severiina f Finnish
Feminine form of Severi.
Severija f Lithuanian
Lithuanian feminine form of Severus.
Severilla f Ancient Roman
Diminutive of Severa, as it contains the Latin feminine diminutive suffix -illa.
Severín m Slovak
Slovak form of Severinus.
Severinas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Severinus.
Severinos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek, Greek
Late Greek and modern Greek form of Seouerinos, which is the ancient Greek form of Severinus.
Severinu m Corsican (Archaic), Sardinian
Corsican and Sardinian form of Severinus.
Severn f English, English (Canadian)
English form of Habren, the original Welsh name of the longest river in Great Britain, which is of unknown meaning (perhaps "boundary"). Its use as a given name may be inspired by the name Sabrina, which was the Roman name of the river... [more]
Severne m English
A form of Severin.
Severos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek form of Seoueros, which is the ancient Greek form of Severus. This name was borne by the 6th-century Greek saint Severos the Great of Antioch.
Severt m Swedish (Rare)
Swedish form of Sievert.
Severu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Severus.
Severyan m Russian
Russian variant spelling of Severian (which is spelled as Севериан in Russian).
Şevger m Kurdish
Means "night-walker" in Kurdish.
Şevgeş m Kurdish
Means "sociable" in Kurdish.
Sevgili f Uzbek
Means "beloved, loveable" in Uzbek.
Sevi m & f Cornish
Means "strawberries" in Cornish.
Seviaryn m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Severin.
Seviaryna f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Severina.
Sevila f American
variant of Sibylla
Sevilen f Turkish
Means "beloved, loved, darling" in Turkish.
Sevilla f Spanish
Spanish form of Sibylla, according to Dunkling & Gosling. 'Borne by an early saint and is occasionally used. Spanish place name Seville is also transferred to first-name use from time to time; in this case the original meaning is probably "lower, beneath".'
Şevîn f Kurdish
Means "night-grazing" in Kurdish.
Sevin f Ottoman Turkish
Sevin is Kurdish and Turkish for "lovely", "love her", or "rejoice". It is from Ottoman Turkey, but since the Persians or Iranians use it a lot too, it is written in Arabic characters as well.
Sevin m & f English (Rare)
Variant of Seven.
Sevinar f Uzbek
Derived from sevin meaning "to be delighted".
Sevinch f Uzbek
Means "delight" in Uzbek.
Sevir m Russian
Russian form of Severus via its hellenized (modern Greek) form Seviros. Also compare the Russian name Sever, which is directly derived from Severus.
Sevira f Greek, Russian (Rare)
Modern Greek form of Severa and Russian feminine form of Sevir.
Sevirian m Russian (Archaic)
Russian form of Severianus via its hellenized (modern Greek) form Sevirianos. Also compare the Russian name Severian, which is directly derived from Severianus.
Sevirianos m Greek
Modern Greek form of Severianos.
Seviros m Greek
Modern Greek form of Severos.
Sevita f Indian
Indian name meaning "cherished." Not a form of Savita, an unrelated name.
Sevrin m Norwegian, Faroese
Norwegian dialectal variant and Faroese form of Severin.
Sevtya m Nenets
Means "keen-eyed" in Nenets.
Sevvie m English
Diminutive of Severus.
Sevyn m & f English (Rare)
Variant of Seven.
Sewall m English
Possibly a variant of Sewell
Sewarion m Georgian, German
Variant transcription of Sevarion. A known bearer is Sewarion Kirkitadse, a German lawyer and actor of Georgian descent.
Sewek m Polish
Diminutive form of Sergiusz, Serwacy, or Seweryn.
Sewelo f Tswana
Means "rare" in Setswana.
Sewenna f Medieval English
Latinized form of Sæwynn.
Sewer m Polish
Polish form of Severus.
Sewera f Polish
Polish form of Severa.
Sewerëna f Kashubian
Kashubian form of Severina.
Sewerin m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Severinus.
Sewka f Polish
Diminutive form of Seweryna.
Sexburga f Anglo-Saxon (Latinized)
Possibly means "Sword Fortress" or "Dagger Fortress". It comes from the Old Saxon elements sahs meaning "knife, dagger, sword", and burg meaning "fortress".... [more]
Sexiva f Anglo-Saxon (Latinized, ?)
Latinized form of the hypothetical Old English name *Seaxgifu, derived from seax "knife" and giefu "gift".
Sexta f Late Roman
Feminine form of Sextus.
Sextans m & f Astronomy
Sextans is one of the constellations introduced by the Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius. It represents the astronomical sextant. Hevelius named the constellation after the sextant he used to measure star positions... [more]
Sextilia f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Sextilius.
Sextilio m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Sextilius.
Sexto m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Sextus.
Sexton m English
Transferred use of the surname Sexton.
Seya f Indian
Variant of Chhaya.
Seyäbikä f Bashkir
From Bashkir сейә (seyä) meaning "cherry" and feminine name element бикә (bikä).
Seyda f Kurdish
Kurdish form of Sevda.
Seyfula m Dagestani
Dagestani form of Saifullah.
Seyha f Khmer
Means "August" or "lion" in Khmer.
Seyhak m Khmer
Means "lion, Leo" in Khmer.
Seyhan m & f Turkish
The river poured into the bay of Iskenderun by splitting the Adana oven.
Seyma m Khmer
Means "border, frontier" in Khmer.
Seymen m Turkish
Turkish... [more]
Seymur m Azerbaijani
Derived from Persian سیمرغ (simorgh) referring to the simurgh, a large mythical bird in Persian mythology.
Seynab f Somali
Somali form of Zaynab.
Se-young m & f Chinese, Korean
Means "three students" in Korean from 세 (se) meaning "three" combined with 영 (young) meaning "student" or also "eternal".... [more]
Seypul m Karachay-Balkar
Karachay-Balkar form of Saifullah.
Seyran m Armenian
Derived from the Arabic word سيران (sayrān) "pleasure walk, country trip".
Seyran f Kurdish
Means "outing, excursion" in Kurdish.
Seywan m Kurdish
Means "shade" in Kurdish.
Seza f Breton
Short form of Frañseza.
Sezai f Turkish
It appears to mean: "One who is appropriate, suitable, seemly.", "One who is well-proportioned.", or "One who is intuitive (esp. Sezal)."
Sezaig f Breton
Diminutive of Seza.
Sezen f & m Turkish
Means "sensing, one who senses" in Turkish.
Sezgi f & m Turkish
Means "perception, feeling, instinct" in Turkish.
Sezgin m Turkish
Means "insightful" in Turkish.
Sezin f Turkish
Means "feeling" in Turkish.
Sǽfari m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of sær "sea" and fara "to go, to move, to travel".
Sfenel m Russian (Rare)
Russian form of Sthenelus.
Sfia f Arabic (Maghrebi, Rare)
Alternate transcription of Safiyyah chiefly used in Northern Africa. A known bearer is Sfia Bouarfa (1950-), a Moroccan-Belgian politician.
Sfiso m Zulu, Swazi, Ndebele, Xhosa
Means "wish" in Zulu.
Sforza m Medieval Italian
Derived from Italian sforzare "to force, strain". The dynastic name of the dukes of Milan in the 15th and 16th centuries, the family name was occasionally used as a given name in Italy.
Sǽgæirr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from Old Norse sær "sea" and geirr "spear".
Sganarelle m Theatre
Possibly from Italian sgannare "to disillusion" or derived from Italian Zannarello, a diminutive of Zanni. Molière used characters named Sganarelle in multiple plays, including his one-act comedy 'Sganarelle, or The Imaginary Cuckold' (1660).
Sganyadái:yo m Cayuga
Meaning, "handsome lake."
Sganyodaiyo m Seneca
Meaning, "handsome lake."
Sgàthach f Folklore
Scottish Gaelic form of Scáthach.
Sgnuon f Khmer
Means "to care for, take good care of" or "deserving of care, love" in Khmer.
Sgond m Piedmontese
Piedmontese form of Secundus.
Sgula f Hebrew
Means "talisman, virtue, treasure" in Hebrew.
Sha f Korean
Means "girl" in Korean.
Shaadiyya f Somali
Somali form of Shadya.
Sha-amun-en-su f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "The fertile fields of Amun".
Shaan m & f Indian (Sikh)
Means "dignity, dignified".... [more]
Sha'anan m Hebrew
serene, peaceful, calm
Shaarii f Japanese
From Japanese 沙 (shaa) meaning "sand" combined with 理 (ri) meaning "reason, logic". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
Shaaya m Hebrew (Rare)
This name usually used as a short form of Yeshayahu. ... [more]
Shaazan f Mongolian
Means "porcelain" in Mongolian.
Shabaka m Ancient Egyptian, Ancient Near Eastern
He was a Kushite pharaoh of the 25th Dynasty of Egypt (c.721 BCE - c.707 BCE). The Kingdom of Kush was an ancient African kingdom in what is now the Republic of Sudan.
Shaban m Albanian
Albanian form of Şaban.
Shabana f Arabic, Persian
Feminine form of Şaban.
Shabash m Indigenous American, Mahican
Name of leader of the Shekomeko village in the 18th century.
Shabat f Hebrew (Rare)
This is the Hebrew name for Saturday, the most holy day in the Jewish week.
Shabbatai m Hebrew, Jewish
Derived from Hebrew shabbat, which is the name of the Hebrew day of rest. Shabbat (sabbath in English) means "rest" or "cessation", having ultimately been derived from the Hebrew verb shavat "to repose, to rest, to cease"... [more]
Shabbethai m Biblical, Jewish
Shabbethai, a Levite who helped Ezra in the matter of the foreign marriages (Ezra 10:15), probably the one present at Ezra's reading of the law (Nehemiah 8:7), and possibly the Levite chief and overseer (Nehemiah 11:16)... [more]
Shabina f Indian (Rare), Arabic
As an Arabic name, means "beautiful young woman".
Shabnur f Bengali
Shabnur is a name of a Bangladeshi cinema superstar and it is a meaning of just become an overnight superstar.
Sha'bon m Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek name for the 8th month of the Islamic lunar calendar.
Shabootiquiqui f Ancient Greek (Archaic)
This is used for the ancient town of Shabootyquiqui, where Prometheus gave the People fire, later being punished by Zeus.
Shacbaan m Somali
Somali form of Sha'ban, the name of the eighth month of the Islamic calendar.
Shachaf m & f Hebrew
Variant of Shahaf.
Shacharit f Hebrew (Rare)
Shacharit is the Morning Prayer in Judaism, the central prayer in the three daily prayers. Also feminine form of Shachar.
Shachi f Hinduism, Sanskrit
Means "glow; flame" in Sanskrit. Shachi is the Queen consort of Indra. She is the goddess of beauty, jealousy and rage. She is one of the seven Matrikas (mother goddesses). Shachi is described as beautiful and having the most beautiful eyes... [more]
Shada f Arabic
Alternate transcription of Shatha.