Submitted Names Starting with S

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Sasser m Swedish (Rare)
Swedish form of Sassurr, an Old Norse variant of Assar.
Sassi f English
Form of Sassy
Sassia f English
This name derives from the Germanic “*sakhsan > sachs (Old English: sæx; Latin: sachsum)”, meaning “knife, short sword, dagger”. The Anglo-Saxons were the population in Britain partly descended from the Germanic tribes who migrated from continental Europe and settled the south and east of the island beginning in the early 5th century... [more]
Sasso m Dutch, Low German
Dutch and Low German form of Sachso.
Sassuma-arnaa f Mythology
Means "mother of the sea". This is the name of a character in Greenlandic mythology.
Sassy f & m English
Diminutive of Sasha.
Sasu m Finnish
Finnish dialectal variant of Saska and diminutive of Salomon.
Sasuke m Japanese, Popular Culture
From Japanese 佐 (sa) "assistant, help" combined with 介 (suke) "concern oneself with, jammed in, mediate, shellfish", 助 (suke) "assistant, help, rescue", 輔 (suke) "help", 祐 (suke) "help" or 亮 (suke) "clear, help".... [more]
Saswaypew m Indigenous American, Cree
Means "cut nose" in Cree.
Sata f Caucasian Mythology
Meaning unknown. This is the name of the Vainakh goddess of artisanship and either the daughter or wife of the god Sela, similar to the Ossetian Satanaya... [more]
Satae f Japanese
From Japanese 咲 (sa) meaning "blossom", 多 (ta) meaning "many, much" combined with 恵 (e) meaning "favour". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Sátán m Theology
Hungarian form of Satan.
Satana f Ossetian Mythology
Ossetian variant of Satanaya.
Satana m Theology
Form of Satan in various languages.
Satanás m Biblical Spanish, Biblical Portuguese, Theology
Spanish and Portuguese form of Satan.
Satanàs m Theology
Catalan form of Satan.
Satanas m Biblical Greek, Biblical Latin, Theology
Greek and Latin form of Satan.
Satanay f Caucasian Mythology
Karachay-Balkar form of Satanaya.
Satanaya f Caucasian Mythology
Means "mother of one-hundred (sons)" from Persian صد (sad) (through the Iranian root */sata-/) meaning "(one) hundred" combined with the Northwest Caucasian root /na/ meaning "mother" (descended into Kabardian анэ (ānă) and Adyghe ны (nə)) and the Indo-Iranian suffix /-ya/ meaning "the one who is"... [more]
Sataney f Circassian
Circassian form of Satanaya.
Satanica f Popular Culture
Feminisation or Latinisation of Satan. Often associated with death metal music.
Sātans m Theology
Latvian form of Satan.
Satanya f African American (Modern, Rare)
The name is derived from the name Tanya with the prefix Sa- added.
Satara f Medieval Arabic (Moorish)
Means "one who covers" in Arabic.
Satasin m & f Lao
Etymology unknown.
Satayu m Thai
Means "one hundred years old" in Thai.
Satbei m Abkhaz
Of unknown meaning.
Satch m English
Diminutive of Satchel.
Satchal m English (American)
Old English (Satchel) but this is spelled with an "a" at the end. It's a noun- a real person's name, an American name, meaning 'unknown'. From the lyrics of one of Dave Mason's song: I'm a person not a purse.
Satchi m & f English
Diminutive of Satchel.
Sateenkaari m & f Finnish
Means "rainbow" in Finnish.
Satella f English
Possibly derived from Latin satelles "attendant, guard". A known bearer of this name was Satella Sharps (1856-1875), daughter of American gunsmith Christian Sharps (1810-1874). Another known bearer is her daughter (who was named after her mother, because she had died while giving birth to her), American author Satella Sharps Waterstone (1875-1938).
Satenik f Armenian
Meaning uncertain, possibly from Armenian սաթ (satʿ) meaning "amber" or from the name of the Ossetian deity Satana (a figure in the Nart sagas)... [more]
Satet f Egyptian Mythology
Derived from the Egyptian word sṯ, meaning "eject", "shoot", "pour" or "throw". It is the name of an Egyptian goddess and her name can be translated as "she who shoots" or "she who pours". As a warrior goddess, she protected Egypt's southern frontier by killing the pharoah's enemies with arrows; as a fertility goddess, she granted the wishes of those who sought love.
Sathian m & f Thai
Means "secure, stable, firm, strong" in Thai.
Sathish m Indian, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam
South Indian form of Satish.
Sathishkumar m Indian, Tamil
Combination of Satish and Kumar.
Sathit m Thai
Means "to demonstrate, to show" in Thai.
Sathiyanesan m Indian
SATHIYA = TRUTH,JOHN:18:37,NESAN = LOVE, SATHIYANESAN = LOVES THE WORD OF GOD ... [more]
Sathyanarayana m Hinduism
Name of God. God grants all wish if pooja done sincerely.
Satiah f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Daughter of the Moon".
Satik f Armenian
Diminutive form of Satenik.
Satilmiş m Turkish
Means "sold" in Turkish.
Satin f Literature
From the French word satin, referring to the fabric satin. This was used by the French author Émile Zola as a name for a prostitute in his novel "Nana" (1880). It is not used as a name in France.
Satina f Polynesian
From the matrial satin, meaning soft and gentle.
Satine f French (Modern), Popular Culture
Possibly derived from satin, the French word for the fabric satin, combined with -e, a French feminine suffix. Satine was used as the name of a courtesan in the film "Moulin Rouge" (2001)... [more]
Satineh f Armenian
From the Armenian սաթ (sat) meaning "amber".
Satinka f American
Many sites list it as meaning "sacred dancer" or "magical dancer" in 'Native American', but this is false and there is no known word or name in any Native American language. It's likely an invented name, perhaps a variant of Katinka.
Sátiro m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Satyros.
Satiro m Italian
Italian form of Satyros.
Sativa f American (Rare)
Derived from the Latin sativa, meaning "sown, cultivated". This name can be given in reference to Cannabis sativa, a plant which produces the drug cannabis.
Sato f & m Japanese
From Japanese 郷 (sato) meaning "hometown", 慧 (sato) meaning "bright; intelligent", 賢 (sato) meaning "intelligence", 悟 (sato) meaning "enlightenment", 識 (sato) meaning "acquaintanceship", 聡 (sato) meaning "intelligent, clever, bright", 智 (sato) meaning "knowledge, wisdom", 都 (sato) meaning "capital (city)", 里 (sato) meaning "village" or 惺 (sato) meaning "intelligent, clever, astute"... [more]
Sato f Armenian
Possibly from the Armenian սաթ (sat) meaning "amber".
Satoe f Japanese
From Japanese 郷 (sato) meaning "village" combined with 恵 (e) meaning "favour, benefit". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Satohiro m Japanese
From Japanese 郷 (sato) meaning "village" combined with 弘 (hiro) meaning "spread, enlarge, expand". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Satoi f Japanese
From Japanese 慧 (sato) meaning "intelligence", 聡 (sato) meaning "intelligent, clever, bright", 里 (sato) meaning "village" or 怜 (sato) meaning "pity, sympathize" combined with 衣 (i) meaning "clothing"... [more]
Satoka f Japanese
Japanese feminine name derived from 里 (sato) meaning "village" and 佳 (ka) meaning "excellent, beautiful"
Satoko f Japanese
From Japanese 火 (sato) meaning "fire", 郷 (sato) meaning "hometown", 佼 (sato) meaning "beautiful, handsome, good-looking", 捷 (sato) meaning "win, victory, triumph", 聖 (sato) meaning "holy, sacred", 哲 (sato) meaning "philosophy, clear", 敏 (sato) meaning "quick, sharp", 邑 (sato) meaning "state; country; nation", 李 (sato) meaning "plum", 里 (sato) meaning "village", 了 (sato) meaning "end", 怜 (sato) meaning "pity, sympathize", 惺 (sato) meaning "intelligent, clever, astute" or 聰 (sato) meaning "hearing; sense of hearing" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child"... [more]
Satoma m & f Japanese
From Japanese 里 (sato) meaning "village" combined with 真 (ma) meaning "true, reality". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Satone f Japanese
From Japanese 慧 (sato) meaning "bright; intelligent" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Satono f Japanese
From Japanese 覚 (sato) meaning "to wake up from sleep, conscious" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle. Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
Sator m Polish
Derived from Latin sator "sower, planter; founder; progenitor; originator".
Satora f Polish
Feminine form of Sator.
Satorana f Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
Satori f Japanese
From Japanese 沙 (sa) meaning "sand", 都 (to) meaning "capital (city)" combined with 里 (ri) meaning "village". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
Satorina f & m Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
Satorious m Popular Culture, English (Rare)
Variation of Sartorius, which is a transferred use of the surname Sartorius.... [more]
Satornil m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Saturnino.
Satorninos m Ancient Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
Late Greek variant of Satourninos, which is the ancient Greek form of Saturninus.
Satoru m Japanese
From Japanese 悟 (satoru) meaning "enlightenment", 聡 (satoru) meaning "smart", 智 (satoru) meaning "wisdom", 知 (satoru) meaning "knowledge", 了 (satoru) meaning "understanding", 哲 (satoru) meaning "philosophy", 聖 (satoru) meaning "virtuous" or 暁 (satoru) meaning "daybreak"... [more]
Satoshi f & m Japanese
Means "wisdom" or "sense" in Japanese
Satoshiko f Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 啓 (satoshi) meaning "open, begin" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Satou f Western African
Satou Sabally is a professional women basketball player in the WNBA. She's of German nationality and has a Gambian father.
Satournous m Roman Mythology (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Saturnus (see Saturn).
Satowa f Japanese
From Japanese 里 (sato) meaning "village" combined with 和 (wa) meaning "peace, harmony". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
Satoyo f Japanese
From Japanese 鋭 (sato) meaning "sharp", 郷 (sato) meaning "village", 恵 (sato) meaning "favour, benefit", 賢 (sato) meaning "intelligence, clever", 仁 (sato) meaning "humaneness, benevolence, kindness", 聖 (sato) meaning "holy, sacred" or 聡 (sato) meaning "intelligent, clever, bright" combined with 代 (yo) meaning "generation"... [more]
Satria m Indonesian
Means "knight, warrior, hero" in Indonesian, ultimately from Sanskrit क्षत्र (kshatra) meaning "power, might, rule".
Satrio m Javanese
Javanese form of Satria.
Satse m Greenlandic
Variant of Setse.
Satsi m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Satse.
Satsita f Chechen
Derived from Chechen сацо (satso) meaning "stop". It was traditionally given to girls when her parents wanted a son.
Satsobek f Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian feminine name meaning "Daughter of Sobek".
Satsu f Japanese
From the Japanese kanji 薩 (satsu), a transcription of Sattva (सत्त्व), a Buddhist concept that means "a living being, creature, person or sentient being".... [more]
Satsuki f & m Japanese
From Japanese kanji 皐 (satsuki) meaning "shore" or 皐月/五月 (satsuki), the fifth month of the lunar calendar. It can be also the combination of 小 (sa) meaning "little; small" and 月 (tsuki) meaning "moon".... [more]
Satsukiko f Japanese
From Japanese 颯 (satsu) meaning "the sound of the wind", 希 (ki) meaning "hope, rare" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Satsuko f Japanese
From Japanese 札 (satsu) meaning "paper money", 殺 (satsu) meaning "to kill", 颪 (satsu) meaning "The wind that blows down from the top of a mountain" or 颯 (satsu) meaning "the sound of the wind" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child"... [more]
Satsuto m Japanese
From Japanese 颯 (satsu) meaning "the sound of the wind" combined with 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation. Other kanji combinations are also possible.
Sattar m Kazakh, Persian, Urdu
Derived from Arabic سِتَار (sitār) meaning "veil, screen, curtain", figuratively referring forgiveness or the covering of sins in Islam.
Šatul f Balochi
Means "turtledove" in Balochi.
Saturday m & f English (Rare), African American
From the English word for the day of the week, ultimately deriving from Latin meaning "Saturn's day."... [more]
Saturio m Galician
Galician form of Saturius.
Saturnas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Saturnus (see Saturn).
Saturne m French
French form of Saturn.
Saturnijn m Dutch (Archaic)
Archaic Dutch form of Saturninus.
Saturnin m English, French, Polish (Archaic), Gascon
English, French, Gascon and Polish form of Saturninus.
Saturninas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Saturninus.
Saturnine f French (African, Rare)
French form of Saturnina, occasionally used in French-speaking African countries.
Saturno m Galician, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Galician, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Saturn.
Saturnu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Saturn.
Satvi f Indian
Comes from the Indian word meaning "existence."
Satya m & f Indian, Hindi, Telugu, Odia, Bengali, Punjabi, Kannada, Assamese, Nepali, Indonesian
Means "pure, virtuous" or "truthful, true" in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the masculine form सत्य and the feminine form सत्या.
Satyabhama f Indian
lord vithals wifes name
Satyadev m Indian, Hindi, Marathi
Derived from Sanskrit सत्य (satyá) meaning "true, pure, real" combined with देव (devá) meaning "god, deity".
Satyajit m Indian, Bengali, Odia, Assamese
Derived from Sanskrit सत्य (satya) meaning "truth, reality" and जिति (jiti) meaning meaning "victory, conquering".
Satyan m Sinhalese
Meaning "Truth" or "Trust".
Satyana f Indian (Rare)
From Sanskrit satya meaning "truth" (compare Sati). American actress Alyson Hannigan gave the name to her daughter in 2009.
Satyavati f Telugu
Means "a truthful woman" in Telugu.
Satyavsh m Kannada, Telugu
One of the 108 names of Satyanarayana
Satybaldy m Kazakh, Kyrgyz
Means "sweet life", derived from Kazakh тәтті (tätti) or Kyrgyz таттуу (tattuu) both meaning "sweet, delicious" combined with Kazakh and Kyrgyz бал (bal) "honey".
Satyen m Dogri, Kashmiri
Meaning "Lord of Truth".
Satyrion f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek satyros meaning "satyr" (see also Satyros). In Greek mythology, this was the name of a nymph who had a son with Poseidon.
Satyros m Ancient Greek
Essentially means "satyr", as in the name of the mythological creature from Greek mythology. It's uncertain where 'satyr' itself derives from, but it's probably related to Latin satura or satira meaning "satire"... [more]
Sáu m & f Vietnamese
Means "six" in Vietnamese.
Sauarmæg m Ossetian
Means "black hand" in Ossetian.
Sauarmag m Ossetian (Rare)
Ossetian form of the Scythian name Sawarmag (see Saurmag).
Saubade f Gascon
Feminine form of Saubat.
Saubar m Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar сау (sau) meaning "alive, healthy" and бар (bar) meaning "to go", idiomatically "go (through life) in good health".
Saubarag m Ossetian Mythology
Means "black rider" in Ossetian. This is the name of the Ossetian God of darkness and thieves, comparable to the Biblical figure Satan.
Saubat m Gascon
Gascon form of Salvator. Folk etymology, however, likes to derive this name from Gascon saubadé, saubadìs, saubadìu "(he who can be) saved".
Saud m Arabic
Means "happy, fortunate, blessed", from Arabic سَعَدَ (saʿada) meaning "to be fortunate, to be propitious".
Säüdä f Bashkir (Rare)
Bashkir form of Sawda.
Saudade f Portuguese
Portuguese cognate of Soledad.
Saudah f Arabic, Indonesian, Malay
Arabic alternate transcription of Sawda as well as the Indonesian and Malay form.
Saudamini f Hinduism
Sanskrit for "lightning"
Saúde f Galician
Galician cognate of Salut.
Šaul m Croatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Saul.
Saül m Catalan, French (Rare)
Catalan and French form of Saul.
Saulcerīte f Latvian
Derived from Latvian saule "sun" and cerēt "to hope".
Saulėja f Lithuanian
An elaborated form of Saulė
Saulet f & m Kazakh
Means "architecture" or "appearance, image" in Kazakh.
Saulf m Medieval, Medieval English, Medieval Irish, English (Archaic)
Old English "sea, lake" + Old English wulf "wolf"
Saulia m Georgian (Archaic)
Archaic variant form of Savle.
Saulis m Latvian
Masculine form of Saule 1. This is also the Latvian form of Saul.
Saulnesis m Latvian (Rare, Archaic)
Derived from Lativan saule "sun" and nest "to bring; to carry".
Saulo m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Saul. Known bearers of this name include the Spanish poet Saulo Torón Navarro (1885-1974), the Brazilian pop singer Saulo Roston (b... [more]
Sauls m Latvian
Latvian form of Saul.
Śaumo m Tocharian
Means "man" in Tocharian.
Saumya f & m Indian
From Sanskrit सौम्य (saumya) "cool and moist" (opposed to "hot and dry"), "northern".
Saunders m & f English
Transferred use of the surname Saunders.
Saundrène f Norman
Norman form of Sandrine.
Sauneĸ f & m Greenlandic
Means "bone" in Greenlandic.
Saurabh m Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi, Bengali
Derived from Sanskrit सौरभ (saurabha) meaning "fragrance, perfume, sweet smell".
Saurah f Scots
Scots form of Sarah.
Şauraq m Karachay-Balkar
Means "dark grey" in Karachay-Balkar.
Saurav m Indian, Bengali
Alternate transcription of Saurabh.
Sauri m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Nepali, Gujarati, Sinhalese, Kannada
MEANING - 'son of sun", a name of Saturn, Indian- Laurel, clammyweeds plant
Saurik f Sanskrit, Hinduism, Indian, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali
MEANING - Celestial, heavenly, paradise, relating to spirituous liquor
Saurimonda f Folklore, Medieval Occitan
From Old Occitan saur "blond" and mond "world". This is the name of an evil entity who manifested herself as a girl with fair hair and blue eyes.
Saurmag m Georgian (Rare), History
Georgian form of the Scythian personal name Sawarmag, which literally means "black hand". It is derived from Scythian syāva meaning "black" combined with Scythian arma meaning "hand" and the suffix -aka... [more]
Sauromaces m Scythian (Latinized)
Latinized form of the Scythian personal name Sawarmag (see Saurmag) via its hellenized form Σαυρομακης (Sauromakes). Also compare Sauromates.
Sauromates m Late Greek, Late Roman, History
Derived from the Roman cognomen Sauromates, itself derived from Greek Σαυρομάτης (Sauromates) meaning "a Sarmatian". The Sarmatians were an Iranian people that spoke Sarmatian, a Scythian language... [more]
Sausa f Karachay-Balkar
From сау (sau) meaning "alive, healthy".
Sausha f & m Various
Variant of Sasha.
Saustin m Basque, Medieval Basque
Medieval Basque form of Sebastian.
Saustitza f Medieval Basque
Feminine form of Saustin.
Sausyryqo m Caucasian Mythology
West Circassian (Adyghe) form of Sosruko.
Sauta f Burmese
Burmese feminine name derived for a poetic term of the moon.
Sauti f Swahili
Swahili feminine name meaning "voice, noise".
Sauvada f Occitan
Feminine form of Sauvat.
Sauvador m Gascon, Provençal
Gascon and Provençal form of Salvator.
Sauvaire m Provençal
Provençal form of Salvator.
Sauvat m Occitan
Occitan form of Salvador.
Sauvesti m Gascon
Gascon form of Silvester.
Sauvèstre m Provençal
Provençal form of Silvester.
Sauveur m French
French form of Salvador.
Sauvian m Lengadocian
Languedocian form of Salvianus.
Sáva m Czech (Rare)
Czech form of Sabas.
Savag f Manx (Archaic)
Most likely a transferred use of the surname Savag, which is a "Manxified" form of the English surname Savage.
Savanah f English
Variant of Savannah.
Savane f Nenets
Means "good woman" in Nenets.
Savane m & f Lao
From the Sanskrit स्वर्ग (swarga) meaning "heaven".
Savanh m & f Lao (Rare)
Means "heaven, paradise" in Lao, ultimately from Sanskrit स्वर्ग (svarga).
Savaric m Medieval Occitan, Ancient Germanic, Gascon
From sav or saba, both of unknown meaning and ric, meaning powerful.
Savaş m Chuvash
Chuvash form of Sebastian.
Savas'jan m Veps
Veps form of Sebastian.
Savatije m Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Sabbatios via Sabbatius.
Savaughn m African American
Combination of the prefix Sa and Vaughn.
Savayas m & f Sanskrit
Sanskrit word with deep and complex shades that could mean "being of the same age (adjective)", "coeval, friend (masculine noun)" or "a woman's female confidante (feminine noun)".
Savda f Uzbek
Uzbek form of Sevda.
Savdat f Chechen
Chechen form of Sawda.
Savëin m Emilian-Romagnol
Emilian-Romagnol form of Sabinus.
Sävel f & m Finnish
Means "melody", "tune", "tone" and "note". Variant of Sävele
Sävele f & m Finnish (Rare)
Means "melody". Variant of Sävel
Savelina f Various
Meaning unknown. I came across the name in an article from People magazine, which was about the cousin of actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson (b. 1972), whose name is Savelina.
Savera f Hindi, Urdu, Arabic
"dawn, new beginning"
Saverina f Italian, Sicilian
Diminutive of Saveria.
Saverju m Maltese
Maltese form of Xavier.
Saveth f & m Khmer
Meaning unknown.
Savgyul f Armenian
From the Turkish sevgili meaning "dear, beloved".
Såvi m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian form of Salve.
Savi f English
Diminutive of Savannah.
Savia f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin *sabius "rational; intelligent".
Savica f Slovene (Rare)
Slovene feminine form of Sava.
Saviël m & f Dutch (Rare)
Dutch form of Saviel. It is predominantly a masculine name in the Netherlands, but occasionally the name is also bestowed upon females. Saviël as a feminine name is slightly less common than its proper feminine counterpart Saviëlle.
Saviel m Spanish (Rare)
Meaning unknown. It might possibly be a variant form of Xaviel.
Saviëlle f Dutch (Rare)
Strictly feminine form of Saviël.
Savik m Belarusian
Diminutive form of Sava.
Savin m French (Archaic)
French form of Savinus.
Savina f Bulgarian
Feminine form of Sava.
Savinian m Provençal
Provençal form of Sabinianus.
Savinien m French
French form of Sabinianus. Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac, a French author and the inspiration for Edmond Rostand’s most famous drama Cyrano de Bergerac, is a bearer of this name.
Savinka m & f Belarusian
Diminutive form of Savin or Savina.
Savinos m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Sabinos, which is the ancient Greek form of Sabinus.
Savinu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Sabinus and Savinus.
Savion m English
Meaning unknown. Possibly a variant of Xavier or Savyon. Savyon is a Hebrew name for “Senecio,” a genus of the daisy family.
Savior m African American (Rare)
From the English word savior, ultimately from the Late Latin salvare "to save".
Saviour m English (Rare)
Variant of Savior using the international spelling.
Savirionu m Corsican
Diminutive of Saveriu.
Savita f Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Kannada
Derived from the name of the Hindu god Savitr.
Savitree f Indian, Hindi, Thai
Indian alternate transcription of Savitri as well as a Thai alternate transcription of Sawitri.
Savka f Croatian, Serbian, Slovene
Feminine form of Sava.
Savlatbibi f Uzbek
Derived from savlat meaning "pride and joy" or "splendor, magnificance" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Savle m Georgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Sha'ul (see Saul).
Sávlos m Sami
Northern Sami form of Saul.
Savo m Serbian
Serbian variant of Sava.
Savr m Kalmyk
Meaning unknown. This is the name of a Kalmyk folk hero.
Savr m Uzbek
Means "Taurus" in Uzbek.
Savrantey f Chuvash
Chuvash form of Sofron.
Şavraş f Chuvash
Means "before turning the sun" in Chuvash.
Savrin m Uzbek
Possibly from savrinjon meaning "dogbane".
Savsan f Uzbek
Uzbek feminine name refering to a kind of Iris flower.
Savsanoy f Uzbek
Derived from the name of a kind of Iris flower and oy meaning "moon".
Savsar f Uzbek
Means "marten" in Uzbek.
Savuska f Near Eastern Mythology
The name of a Hurrian goddess mentioned by the Assyrian king Sargon II.
Savvati m Russian
Variant transcription of Savvatiy.
Savvatiy m Russian, Ukrainian
Russian and Ukrainian form of Sabbatios.
Savvaty m Russian
Variant transcription of Savvatiy.