Browse Submitted Names

This is a list of submitted names in which the usage is syrian.
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ASHURNASIRPAL m Ancient Assyrian
Means "the god Ashur is the protector of the heir" in Assyrian, from the Akkadian Aššur-nāṣir-apli. ... [more]
ASHUR-UBALLIT m Ancient Assyrian
Meaning unknown, but refers to the god Ashur.... [more]
ATOR f Assyrian
Assyrian
BREDIL f Assyrian
in ancient assyrian mythilogy this was the name of daughter of god of gods "il". Assyrian may refer to: Anything from Assyria, an ancient empire in Mesopotamia.
DAWESKA m Assyrian, Jewish
Diminutive of Dawis.
DAWIS m Assyrian, Jewish
Lishana Deni form of David.
DIKLAT f & m Assyrian
Assyrian translation for "Tigris river" which flows through Iraq.
ESARHADDON m Ancient Assyrian, Literature
Means "Ashur has given a brother to me" in Assyrian, from the Akkadian Aššur-ahhe-iddina.... [more]
FEBO m Assyrian
From Lebanese Mountain tribal areas
IMAMA f Assyrian
From the Aramaic איממא (imama), meaning "daytime".
NARSAI m Assyrian
Assyrian or Syriac form of Narseh. This name was borne by a notable Syriac poet-theologian from the 5th century AD.
NUSKU m Babylonian, Ancient Assyrian
Meaning unknown. Nusku was the god of light and fire in ancient Mesopotamian religion.
RAMINA f Ancient Assyrian
Feminine form of Rama.
SAMIAH f & m Ancient Assyrian, Biblical Hebrew
Combination of Classical Hebrew Shem and Assyrian Yeh or used to be Combination of Classical Hebrew Shem and Classical Hebrew Yahweh
SHAMIRAM f Assyrian, Armenian
Assyrian and Armenian form of Semiramis.
TAYYS f Lebanese, Syrian
Lebanese and Syrian Arabic form of Thais.
TIRA f Muslim (Rare), Syrian (Rare)
Feminine name related to Tirdad and Tir.
UKBA m Assyrian
Aramaic form of Jacob.
YALDA f Persian, Assyrian (?)
Persian word for the winter solstice, the longest night of the year. Probably originally given to children born on the aforementioned night.... [more]
YOSIP m Assyrian
Eastern Aramaic and Assyrian Christian form of Joseph.
ZARIYA f Arabic (Rare), Syrian (Rare), Russian (Rare, ?)
Means "scattering wind" in Arabic.