Submitted Names Starting with S

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Symphoriane f French (Rare), French (African, Rare)
Variant of Symphorienne, which is the standard French form of Symphoriana.
Symphorianus m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from the Greco-Roman name Symphorus.... [more]
Symphorien m French (Rare), French (African), French (Quebec, Archaic), Walloon (Rare)
French form of Symphorianus. Known bearers of this name include the French physician and humanist Symphorien Champier (1471-1539) and the French police chief and senator Symphorien Boittelle (1813-1897).
Symphorin m French (Archaic), French (African, Rare), French (Quebec, Archaic), German (Archaic)
French and German form of Symphorinus. There have probably also been cases where this name is a corruption or a rare variant of Symphorien (French) and Symphorian (German).
Symphorina f Late Roman, Dutch (Rare)
Feminine form of Symphorinus. It should also be noted that this name is sometimes encountered as a corruption of Symphoriana.
Symphorine f French (Rare), French (African, Rare), French (Quebec, Archaic), Walloon (Rare)
French form of Symphorina. There have probably also been cases where this name is a corruption or a rare variant of Symphorienne.
Symphorinus m Late Roman
Essentially means "of Symphorus", since it contains the Latin masculine adjectival suffix -inus. This suffix later developed into a diminutive suffix, so one could also say that this name is a diminutive of Symphorus.... [more]
Symphorius m Late Roman
Variant form of Symphorus. It should also be noted that like Symphorinus, this name is sometimes encountered as a corruption (or perhaps contraction in this case) of Symphorianus.
Symphoros m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective σύμφορος (symphoros) meaning "accompanying", which is derived from the Greek verb συμφορέω (symphoreo) meaning "to bring together, to collect, to heap up", a variant of the more common verb συμφέρω (symphero) meaning "to bring together, to gather, to collect" as well as "to be of use, to be useful"... [more]
Symphorosa f Late Roman, English (Rare), German (Bessarabian)
Either a latinate variant of Symphora that was created by adding the Latin feminine augmentative suffix -osa to it, or a corruption of Sympherusa, which is the proper Latin form of the Greek name Sympherousa.... [more]
Symphorus m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Ancient Roman
Latinized form of Symphoros. This name was used as both a first name and a cognomen (often on slaves) in the Roman empire, especially in Roman Greece and Sicily.
Symplicjan m Polish
Polish form of Simplician.
Symra f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant of Symre.
Symre f Norwegian (Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from Norwegian symre "anemone".
Syn f Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "refusal, denial". This is the name of a goddess, the guardian of the gates. Her name is also used as a kenning for "woman".
Synane f Albanian
Albanian form of Cynane, the name of a half-sister of Alexander the Great. She was the wife of Amyntas IV of Macedon and mother of Eurydice II of Macedon, but is more noted as a powerful woman-warrior and politician.
Syncere f & m African American
Syncere was very common back in the 1900's. It is the subsitute of the name Sincere. Syncere means "Loving Human"
Syncletica f Late Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of the Greek feminine given name Συγκλητική (Synkletike), which is derived from the Greek adjective συγκλητικός (synkletikos) - also found spelled as sugkletikos - meaning "of senatorial rank".... [more]
Syndra f English (Rare)
Possibly an altered form of Sandra. (See also Cindra.)
Synecho f Greek Mythology
The name of one of the Hyades, derived from συνέχεια (synécheia) meaning "continuation, continuity".
Syngman m Korean
Combination of Korean Hanja "承" (Seung) meaning "Inherit" and "晩" (Man) meaning "Evening".
Synkletike f Late Greek
Original Greek form of Syncletica.
Synnev f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian dialectal variant of Sunniva.
Synni f Norwegian (Rare)
Likely a pet form of Synnøve.
Synnie f Scots
Shetlandic Scots form of Signy.
Synnøv f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian dialectal variant of Sunniva.
Synnove f Swedish (Anglicized, Rare), Norwegian (Anglicized, Rare)
Form of Synnøve or Synnöve, mostly used outside of Scandinavia.
Synobia f African American
Variant of Zenobia (perhaps blended with Synnøve).
Synovia f English (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Sunniva via its variant Synnöve.
Synthia f English
Variant of Cynthia.
Syntia f Polish
Polish form of Cynthia.
Syon m Indian, Sanskrit
Means "followed by good luck".
Syona f Indian
Syona means “happiness”.
Sypavê f Guarani
Etymology uncertain. This is the name of the first woman in Guarani mythology.
Syrafinne f English (British)
A name present around the Victorian Era
Syral m Yakut
Means "warm, sociable".
Syralyma f Yakut (Rare)
Meaning unknown.
Sy-raykuo f & m Nganasan
Means "little white one" in Nganasan.
Syrdon m Ossetian Mythology
Meaning unknown. This is the name of trickster character in the Nart sagas, comparable to Loki of Scandinavian beliefs.
Syrén f Various
Means "lilac" in Swedish and Danish.... [more]
Syrga f Karakalpak
Means "earring" in Karakalpak.
Syrie f English (Rare)
This name is best known for being the name of the British interior decorator Syrie Maugham (1879-1955), who was born as Gwendoline Maud Syrie Barnardo. She was given the name in honour of her mother, whose name was Sarah Louise "Syrie" Elmslie.
Syrine f French
Variant of Sirene.
Syringa f American (Rare)
Derived from Greek syrinx "hollow tube; pipe", Syringa refers to the broad pith in the shoots in some species.
Syrinx f Greek Mythology
Greek for "pan pipe". Syrinx was the name of a nymph and follower of Artemis, the virgin huntress. She was pursued by Pan, and in an attempt to escape, she ran to the river's edge and asked the river nymphs for assistance... [more]
Syrita f English (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Syritha.
Syrith f Old Swedish
Old Swedish variant of Sigrid.
Syritha f English
From Syrith, an Anglo-Scandinavian form of Sigríðr.
Syriusz m Polish
Polish form of Sirius.
Syrnezha f Mordvin
Means "gold" in Erzya.
Syroslav m Medieval Slavic
There are several possible explanations for the meaning of the first element of this name. It could have been derived from Russian syroj or syroy (сырой) meaning "raw" (also compare Czech surový or syrový, which also means "raw")... [more]
Syrphax m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek noun σύρφαξ (syrphax) meaning "rabble, riffraff". This was the name of a Greek tyrant of Ephesus, who lived in the 4th century BC.
Syruss m Obscure
Variant of Cyrus.
Syrym m Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh сыр (syr) meaning "dye, ink, paint" or "secret".
Systa f Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse systir meaning "sister".
Syster f Swedish (Archaic)
Derived from the Swedish noun syster meaning "sister". Also compare Sister, Suster and Zuster.... [more]
Sytar m Albanian
Means "marksman" in Albanian.
Sytric m Manx
Manx form of Sigtryggr.
Sytske f Frisian
Variant of Sietske.
Sytze m Dutch
Variant of Sietse.
Syukri m Indonesian, Malay
Indonesian and Malay form of Shukri.
Syulga m Mordvin
Means "seagull" in Moksha.
Syune f Armenian
It derives from the Sunik Province in Armenia that took its name from the Siunia Dynasty (also called Syunik or Siak) whose legendary ancestor was Sisak.
Syver m Norwegian
Variant of Sivert. The first part of the name coincides with Norwegian syv "seven", which made this name popular for boys who were the seventh child in their family.
Syverine f Norwegian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Syver, a Norwegian variant of Sivert which was sometimes associated with Norwegian syv "seven".
Syvert m Norwegian
Variant of Sivert.
Syvne f Nenets
Means "winter woman" in Nenets. It is traditionally given to baby girls born in the wintertime.
Syyne f Finnish
Finnish short form of Euphrosyne.
Syzana f Albanian
Albanian form of Susanna.
Syzhe f Dungan
Means "fourth daughter" in Dungan.
Syzjarr m Albanian
Etymology uncertain, but possible roots include syz meaning "star (colloquial)" and zjarr meaning "fire, flame" or "passion".
Syzyf m Polish
Polish form of Sisyphos via its latinized form Sisyphus.
Syzygy f & m English (Rare)
From the English word, ultimately from Ancient Greek σύζυγος (súzugos) "yolked together". In astronomy, this term refers to the alignment of three celestial bodies, such as what occurs during an eclipse.
Szabbász m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sabbas.
Szabella f Hungarian
Cognate of Sabella, meaning "God is my oath".
Szabora f Polish
Variant of Wszebora.
Szabrina f Hungarian
Cognate of Sabrina, meaning "nymph of the River Severn".
Szaffi f Hungarian
Cognate of Sophia, meaning "wisdom".
Szafira f Hungarian
Cognate of Safira, meaning "sapphire".
Szalóme f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Salome.
Szalvia f Hungarian
Cognate of Salvia, meaning "sage".
Szamanta f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Samantha.
Szamóca f Hungarian (Modern, Rare)
Means "wild strawberry" in Hungarian.
Szandor m American
Middle name of Anton Szandor LaVey, formerly Howard Stanton Levey.
Szaniszló m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Stanislaus.
Szániva f Hungarian
Cognate of Sunniva, meaning "sun gift".
Szanna f Hungarian
Variant of Zsuzsanna, meaning "lily".
Szantána f Hungarian
Cognate of Santana, meaning "Saint Anna".
Szantina f Hungarian
Cognate of Santina, meaning "saint".
Szarbel m Polish
Polish form of Sharbel.
Szarlota f Polish
Polish form of Charlotte.
Szarna f Polish, Jewish
Polish form of Sharna.
Szaszkia f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Saskia.
Szatan m Theology
Polish form of Satan.
Száva f Hungarian
Used as a female name by French author Jules Verne in his novel Mathias Sandorf. Probably derived from the Central European river Sava.
Szavanna f Hungarian
Cognate of Savannah, meaning "savannah".
Szavéta f Hungarian
Cognate of Elizabeth, meaning "God is my oath".
Szavina f Hungarian
Variant of Szabina, meaning "a sabine".
Szczepka f Polish
Diminutive form of Szczęsna.
Szczepón m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Szczepan.
Szczęsna f Polish
Feminine form of Szczęsny.
Szeder f Hungarian (Modern, Rare)
Means "blackberry" in Hungarian.
Szederke f Hungarian
Derived from szeder meaning "blackberry".
Szedra f Hungarian
Variant form of Szeder.
Szedrik m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Cedric.
Szegfű f Hungarian (Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from Hungarian szegfű "carnation".
Szejma f Polish
Polish form of Şeyma.
Szejna f Polish (Rare)
a Polonized form of the Yiddish, Shayna, this was one of the most popular female names for Polish Jews between the 1920-1930s
Szela m Polish
Polish form of Shelah.
Szeléna f Hungarian
Cognate of Selene, meaning "moon".
Szelestény m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Celestin.
Szeliga f Polish
Polish feminine form of Selig, or perhaps from the name of the town.
Szelina f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Celina.
Szelli f Hungarian
Cognate of Sally, meaning "lady, princess".
Szellő f Hungarian
Derived from Hungarian szellő meaning "breeze".
Szellőke f Hungarian
Elaborated form of Szellő.
Szelma f Hungarian
Short form of Anzelma, meaning "protected by God".
Szemere m Hungarian (Rare)
Means "grain, granule; small-sized" in Hungarian from the word szem.
Szemerke f Hungarian
Means "a type of spruce tree" in hungarian.
Szemira f Hungarian
Short form of Szemirámisz, meaning "high heaven".
Szemirámisz f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Semiramis.
Szemőke f Hungarian
Means "little eye" in Hungarian.
Szëmón m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Simon.
Szende f Hungarian
Means "meek" in Hungarian.
Szendi f Hungarian
Cognate of Sandy, meaning "protector of man".
Szendike f Hungarian
Diminutive of Szende, meaning "meek".
Szendile f Hungarian
Variant of Szende, meaning "meek".
Szengláhák f Hungarian
Unknown meaning and origins.
Szénia f Hungarian
Variant of Xénia.
Szenta f Hungarian
Female form of Szentes.
Szentes m Hungarian
From szent meaning "holy".
Szépa f Hungarian
Variant of Szépe, meaning "pretty".
Szépe f Hungarian
Derived from szép meaning "beautiful".
Szepes m Hungarian
From szép meaning "beautiful".
Szera f Hungarian
Short form of Szerafina, meanig "fiery one".
Szerafina f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Seraphina.
Szerah f Hungarian
Variant of Sára, meaning "lady, princess".
Szeren f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Serena.
Szeréna f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Serena.
Szerénke f Hungarian
Diminutive of Szeréna, meaning "clear, tranquil, serene".
Szerénusz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Serenus via Serena.
Szergej m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sergei.
Szergiusz m Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Sergius.
Szerkő f Hungarian
Means "marsh tern" in hungarian.
Szervác m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Servatius.
Szerváciusz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Servatius.
Szevda f Hungarian
Cognate of Zvezda, meaning "star".
Szevér m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Severus.
Szeverin m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Severinus.
Szeverina f Hungarian
Feminine form of Szeverin.
Szezen f Hungarian
Cognate of Sezen, meaning "sensing, one who senses"
Szibell f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sybil.
Szibella f Hungarian
Variant of Szibell, meaning "sibyl".
Szibill f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Sibyl as well as of French Sibylle, reflecting the French pronunciation.
Szibilla f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sibylla.
Szidalisz f Hungarian
The name was created by György Bessenynei.
Szidi f Hungarian
Diminutive of Szidónia.
Szidónia f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sidonia.
Sziéna f Hungarian
Cognate of Sienna, meaning "orange-red".
Szierra f Hungarian
Cognate of Sierra, meaning "mountain range".
Sziglind f Hungarian
Cognate of Sieglinde, meaning "tender victory".
Szilárda f Hungarian
Feminine form of Szilárd. This name was traditionally also used as a vernacular form as well as a Hungarian translation of Konstancia.
Szilárdka f Hungarian
Feminine form of Szilárd.
Szille f Hungarian
Cognate of Cille, meaning "blind".
Szilva f Hungarian
Means "plum" in hungarian.... [more]
Szilvána f Hungarian
Feminine form of Szilvánusz.
Szilvánusz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Silvanus.
Szilvesztra f Hungarian
Hungarian feminine form of Silvester.
Szilvi f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Silvie.
Szilvió m Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Silvio.
Szilviusz m Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Silvius.
Szimin f Hungarian
Cognate of Simin, meaning "silvery".
Szimk m Kashubian
Diminutive of Szëmón and Szimón.
Szimka f Hungarian
Cognate of Simcha, meaning "joy, happiness".
Szimón m Kashubian
Archaic form of Simon.
Szimóna f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Simona.
Szimonett f Hungarian
Short form of Szimonetta, meaning "he has heard".
Szimonetta f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Simonetta.
Szindi f Hungarian
Cognate of Cindy.
Színes f Hungarian (Modern, Rare)
Means "colourful" in Hungarian.
Szinta f Hungarian
Variant of Színes, meaning "colorful".
Szira f Hungarian
Old Hungarian name, probably derived from the ancient Hungarian word for "grey". Another possible meaning is "Syrian woman".
Szirén f Hungarian
Cognate of Siren, meaning "siren, mermaid".
Sziri f Hungarian
Short form of Sziringa, meaning "lilac".
Sziringa f Hungarian (Modern)
Derived from Latin syringa "lilac (shrub or flower)" (ultimately from Ancient Greek σῦριγξ (sûrinx) which also meant “shepherd's pipe”).
Szíriusz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sirius.
Szirka f Hungarian
Etymology uncertain, perhaps from an older form of szürke meaning "grey".
Szirom f Hungarian
Means "leaf" in Hungarian.
Szironka f Hungarian
Variant of Szirom, meaning "flower petal".
Szítá f Hungarian
Cognate of Sita, meaning "furrow".
Szivárvány f Hungarian (Modern, Rare)
Means "rainbow" in Hungarian.
Szixtin f Hungarian
Short form of Szixtina, meaning "scraped, polished".
Szixtina f Hungarian
Cognate of Sixtine, meaning "scraped, polished".
Szkarlett f Hungarian
Cognate of Scarlett, mmeaning "scarlett".
Szkilla f Hungarian
Cognate of Scylla, derived from the name of a greek sea monster.
Szmirna f Hungarian
Cognate of Smyrna, meaning "myrrh".
Szmul m Yiddish
Shmuel, Samuel (his name is God).
Sznezsana f Hungarian
Cognate of Snježana, meaning "snowy".
Szofiána f Hungarian
Variant of Szófia, meaning "wisdom".
Szofianna f Hungarian
Variant of Sophia, meaning "wisdom".
Szofinett f Hungarian
Elaborated form of Szofia.
Szofrónia f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Sophronia.
Szohéila f Hungarian
Cognate of Soheila, meaning "level, even".
Szolanzs f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Solange.
Szona f Hungarian
Diminutive of Szonóra, meaning "resoundig".
Szonóra f Hungarian
Cognate of Sonora, meaning "resounding".
Szórád m Hungarian
Name of one of Árpád's chiefs.
Szoraja f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Thurayya.
Szörénke f Hungarian
Feminine form of Szörény.
Szörény m Hungarian
Old Hungarian form of Szeverin.
Szoria f Hungarian
Variant of Szoraja, meaning "the Pleiades".
Szorina f Hungarian
Cognate of Sorina, meaning "sun".
Szöszill f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Cecilia.
Sztavrula f Hungarian
Cognate of Stavroula, meaning "cross".
Sztefa f Silesian
Silesian short form of Stefania.
Sztefani f Hungarian
Variant of Stefánia, meaning "crown".
Sztefaniô f Kashubian
Feminine form of Sztefón.
Sztefka f Kashubian
Diminutive of Sztefaniô.
Sztefón m Kashubian
Kashubian form of Stephen.
Sztella f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian variant of Stella.
Sztilla f Hungarian
Variant of Sztella, meaning "star".
Szulamit f Hungarian
Cognate of Shulammite, meaning "peace".
Szule f German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German short form of Sulamith, the German form of Shulamith, as well as a short form of Ursula... [more]
Szulejka f Hungarian
Variant of Zulejka, meaning "brilliant, lovely".
Szulikó f Hungarian (Rare)
Diminutive form of Szultána.
Szulita f Hungarian
Unknown origins and meaning.
Szultána f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Sultana.
Szüntüké f Hungarian
Cognate of Syntyche, meaning "occurrence, event".
Szurina f Hungarian
Varian of Szorina, meaning "sun".
Szüvellő f Hungarian
A hungarian name with unknown meaning.
Szvetlána f Hungarian
Cognate of Svetlana, meanig "light, world".
Szyfra f Yiddish
Polish-Yiddish form of Shifra.
Szymek m Vilamovian, Polish
Vilamovian form of Simon and Polish diminutive of Szymon.
Szymona f Polish
Feminine form of Szymon.
Szymůn m Silesian
Silesian form of Simon.
Szymuś m Polish
Diminutive of Szymon.