SamadhifIndian amadhi (pronounced some-ah-dhi) is Sanskrit for the practice which produces complete meditation. According to Vyasa, "yoga is samadhi" deciphered as complete control (samadhana) over the functions of consciousness... [more]
Samahdif & mIndian Samadhi is an ancient Hindu and Sanskrit term meaning trance meditation or ultimate state of meditation. It is a commonly recognized practice and virtue among Hindus, Buddhists, and Jain traditions and practices.
SamairefEnglish (Modern, Rare) In the case of American actress Samaire Armstrong (1980-) it is most likely an invented name, though she has claimed it means "dawning sun" in Gaelic: "My first name is Gaelic and means 'dawning sun'... [more]
Šə̑majfMari Derived from šə̑ma meaning "affectionate, kind".
SamanfPersian Short form of the name Yasmin (said Yasmin or Yasaman in farsi), which refers to the jasmine flower. The name is also referenced in the Hafez 'Fal' poem book, popularly used in Persian culture during Nowruz, to tell fortunes, and for picking baby names.
SamanosukemJapanese This name can be used as 左馬之介 or 左馬之助 with 左 (sa, sha, hidari) meaning "left", 馬 (ba, uma, uma-, ma) meaning "horse", 之 (shi, oite, kono, kore, no, yuku) meaning "of, this", 介 (kai, suke) meaning "concern oneself with, jammed in, mediate, shellfish" and 助 (jo, suke, su.keru, tasu.karu, tasu.keru) meaning "assist, help, rescue."... [more]
SamariafBiblical Latin (Latinized) The name Samaria is the Latin transliteration of the Greek Σαμαρεια (Samareia), which in turn is a Hellenized version of the Hebrew name שמרון (Shomron). It means, "to keep, guard, observe, or give heed."
SamarindefDutch, Literature, Popular Culture The use of this extremely rare name was inspired by a character from the 1992 book "Ik ook van jou" (English: "I love you too" - the literal translation is "I also of you"), who is featured much more prominently in the 2000 sequel "Ik omhels je met duizend armen" (English: "I embrace you with a thousand arms")... [more]
SambidmHinduism, Nepali a form of the word 'Vidya' which means wisdom/knowledge. Sum is a prefix which makes it a positive wisdom, wise, knowledgable person defined as sambid. For further reference, look into a Nepali,Hindi,Sanskrit dictionary.
SambitfUzbek Uzbek girls' name derived from the name of a type of willow.
SambomAfrican American (Archaic) 'In its origin the name has no connection with Samuel. The meaning is uncertain, though similar words occur in several African languages, and the name itself was planted in American by African-born slaves.... [more]
Sameem & fUrdu, English (Rare) As an Urdu masculine name, means "one who hears." It is a convention to use either a prefix Abdus or a suffix Ullah along the name, which gives meanings of the servant of All Hearing or hearer of God respectively.... [more]
SameirofPortuguese From the Portuguese title of the Virgin Mary, Nossa Senhora do Sameiro, meaning "Our Lady of Sameiro," venerated at the sanctuary in Espinho in the municipality of Braga in northern Portugal.
Samhainm & fEnglish (Modern, Rare), Scottish (Modern, Rare) From Irish and Scottish Gaelic Samhain, referring to the Gaelic festival, marking the end of the harvest season and beginning of winter, which is celebrated on the evening of 31st October and 1st November.
SamifJapanese From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand" combined with 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful", 海 (mi) meaning "sea, ocean", 望 (mi) meaning "hope, wish, desire", 味 (mi) meaning "flavour", 未 (mi), referring to the Sheep, the eighth of the twelve Earthly Branches or 弥 (mi) meaning "universally"... [more]
SamidorifJapanese From Japanese 紗 (sa) meaning "gauze, thin silk", 早 (sa) meaning "already, now" or 小 (sa) meaning "little, small" combined with 翠, 緑 (midori) meaning "green" or 碧 (midori) meaning "blue, green"... [more]
SamimmUzbek Possibly from samimiy meaning "sincere, heartfelt".
SamimafUrdu Means "true, sincere, genuine" in Urdu.
SaminmFilipino, Indian Although the Indian meaning has not been gathered, Samin means “ours” in Filipino.
Saminm & fIndonesian, Persian, Bengali, Urdu Derived from Arabic ثمين (thamin) meaning "valuable, precious". It is a unisex name in Iran, Bangladesh and Pakistan while it is solely masculine in Indonesia.
SamirifJapanese From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful" combined with 利 (ri) meaning "profit, benefit". Other kanji combinations are possible.
SamiroumJapanese From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 弥 (mi) meaning "universally" combined with 朗 (rou) meaning "bright, clear" or 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
SamogostmPolish The first element of this name is derived from Polish sam "alone" (also compare Polish samotny "solitary, lone, lonely"), which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic samъ "alone"... [more]
SamomysłmPolish The first element of this name is derived from Polish sam "alone" (also compare Polish samotny "solitary, lone, lonely"), which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic samъ "alone"... [more]
SamonmJapanese This name combines 左 (sa, sha, hidari) meaning "left", 沙 (sa, sha, suna, yonageru) meaning "sand" or 佐 (sa) meaning "assistant, help" with 門 (mon, kado, to) meaning "gate."... [more]
SamorixmGaulish Derived from Gaulish samo- "calm; summer" and rīx "king".
SamosmAncient Greek This name was borne by a Macedonian lyric and epigrammatic poet of the late 3rd century BC.
SamosetmAlgonquin (Anglicized) Means "He who walks over much" in Algonquin. This was the name of an Abenaki chief. He was the first Native American to make contact with the Pilgrims at Plymouth, Massachusetts and introduced them to Tisquantum (Squanto).