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Name Meaning Pronunciation Derivations Origin
Saabir Patient     Arabic
Saad Lucky, Good
luck.
  Sad, Sadd Arabic
Saahir Awake     Arabic
Saajid One who
worships God.
    Arabic
Saalih Good,
Righteous.
    Arabic
Saarik Bird   Sarik Hindi
Saber Sword   Saba, Sabah,
Sabar, Sabir, Sabor, Sabyr
French
Sabin From Sabines (an ancient
Italian tribe)
  Sabian, Sabyn Latin
Sabir Patient   Sabar, Saber,
Sabir, Sabor, Sabyr
Arabic
Sabiti Born on  a Sunday.   Sabit, Sabith, Sabyti Rutooro
Sabola Pepper   Sabol, Sabolah Ngoni
Sabra Thorny cactus.   Sabrah Hebrew
Saburo Third-born child.   Saburow Japanese
Sacha Defender of humankind.
The short form of Alexander.
  Sasha Greek
Sacheverell Without
leather.
    French
Sadaqah Truthful     ArabicS
Saddam Hard hitting.   Sadam Arabic
Sadiki Faithful   Saadiq, Sadiq,
Sadiqua, Sadique, Sadyki, Sadyky
Swahili
Sadler Saddle maker.   Saddler Old English
Sadoc Sacred   Sadock, Sadok Hebrew
Sadowy Gardener   Sadowi,
Sadowie, Sadowy
Polish
Saeed Happy   Saed Swahili
Safa Purity   Safah Arabic
Safford From the willow-tree
ford.
  Saford English
Saffron

s(a)-ff-ron

Bright orange-yellow
spice, Crocus flower from which the saffron spice is obtained.
  Saffran,
Saffren, Saphron
Arabic
Safwat Selected     Arabic
Sagar Victorious people.   Sager, Sayar, Sayer Teutonic
Sage Wisdom   Saig, Saige,
Sayg, Sayge
French
Sahaj Natural     Hindi
Sahale Falcon bird.; Above.   Sahal, Sahan,
Sahen, Sahin, Sahon, Sahyn
Native American; Hindi
Sahen Falcon     Indian
Sahil One who leads.   Sahyl Hindi
Sahir Friend   Sahyr Arabic, Hindi
Sahn Comparing     Vietnamese
Sai Talented; God; The Divine or Supreme
Mother of all.
SAA-yee   Japanese; Hebrew; Arabic
Sa’id Happy, Master.   Saeed, Saied,
Sajid, Sajjid, Sayeed, Sayid, Sayyid (Arabic), Seyed
Arabic
Saint Holy   Sanche, Sanchez, Sancho,
Santo, Saynt
Latin
Sajag Watchful     Hindi
Sajan Loved     Hindi
Saka Hunter   Sakah Swahili
Sakaria God
remembers.
  Sakaree,
Sakarey, Sakari, Sakarie, Sakary, Sakerl (Danish), Sakschej (Russian)
Scandinavian
Sakhir Rock   Sakyr Arabic
Sakima King   Sakimah,
Sakyma, Sakymah
Native
American
Sal Saved. The
short form of Salvatore.
  Sall Italian
Saladin Goodness of
faith.
  Saladine,
Saladyn, Saladyne
Arabic
Salah Virtue     Arabic
Salamao Little person
of peace.
  Salomo
(German), Salomaun (Bohemian), Salomon (French, Hungarian)
Portuguese
Saleem Safe     Arabic
Saleh Good, Right,
Devout, Religious
  Sale Arabic
Salem Safe     Arabic
Salene Good   Salin,
Saline, Salyn, Salyne
Swahili
Salid Lucky   Salyd Arabic
Salih Just     Arabic
Salim Safe, Whole, Flawless,
Peace.
  Salam, Salem,
Salim, Salom, Salym, Salyn
Arabic
Salisbury From the fort by the willow pool.   Salisberi,
Salisberie, Salisberri, Salisberrie, Salisberry, Salisbery, Salisburi,
Salisburie, Salisburri, Salisburrie, Salisburry, Salysberry, Salysbery,
Salysburry, Salysbury
Old English
Sallu Safety     Swahili
Salman Blessing, Peace   Sallman,
Salmann,
Sallmann
Arabic
Salmon Covering   Salman, Salem,
Salmin, Salmun, Salmyn
Hebrew
Salome Welcome,
peace.
    Arabic
Salton From the manor hall town, From the will tree
town.
  Saltan,
Salten, Saltin, Saltyn
Old English
Salu Basket     Hebrew
Salvador Saviour     Spanish
Salvadore Saved   Salvador
(Spanish), Salvator, Salvatore (Italian), Sauveur (French)
Italian
Salvatore Saviour     Italian
Salvestro Found in the
forest.
  Sylvester Italian
Sam His name is
God, Asked for. A short form of names beginning with "Sam".
  Samm, Samolio
(Russian), Samuel
Hebrew
Samani Salmon   Samanie, Samany Polynesian
Sambhu House of
happiness.
    Sanskrit
Sameer Early morning
fragrance, Entertaining companion.
    Arabic
Samgar Gracious     Persian
Sami Highly
praised.
  Samee, Samey,
Samie, Samy
Hebrew
Samir Entertaining companion.   Samyr Arabic
Samisoni Sun   Samisonie,
Samisony
Polynesian
Samman Food supplier.   Saman, Samen,
Samin, Sammen, Sammin, Sammon, Sammun, Sammyn, Samon, Samun, Samyn
Arabic
Samoset Walks a lot.     Algonquin
Sampson Sun’s man,
Splendid man.
  Sam, Sammie,
Sammy, Samson (French, Danish, Dutch, Swedish), Sansom, Sansón
(Spanish), Sansone (Italian)
Hebrew
Samson Bright
as the sun.
  Sampsan,
Sampsen, Sampsi, Sampson, Sampsun,
Sampsyn, Sansao, Sansim (French), Sansom, Sansome, Sansum, Shem,
Shimson, Shymson
Hebrew
Samuel God
has heard, His name is God.
  Sam, Samel,
Samouel, Samuele, Samuell, Samuelle, Shemuel
Hebrew
Samuru Sun     Japanese
Sanat Ancient     Hindi
Sanborn From the
sandy stream.
  Sanborne,
Sanbourn, Sanbourne, Sanburn, Sanburne, Sandborn, Sandborne, Sandbourn, Sandbourne
English
Sancho Saint,
Sanctified, Sincere, Truthful.
  Sanchaz, Sanchez, Sauncho Spanish
Sandeep Enlightened     Punjabi
Sanders Alexander’s
son, Son of the defender of humankind; From the beach.
  Sanda, Sandas, Sander, Sanderson, Saunder,
Saunders, Saunderson
Greek; Old English
Sanditon From the
beach town.
  Sandyton English
Sandler Shoe maker.     Hebrew
Sandor Defender of
humankind. A form of Alexander.
  Sandar, Sander,
Sandir, Sandur, Sandyr
Hungarian, Slavic, Greek
Sandro Defender of
humankind. A form of Alexander.
  Alexander Italian
Sandy Defender of
humankind. A form of Alexander; From the beach.
  Alexander,
Sande, Sandee, Sandey, Sandi, Sandie
Greek; Old English
Saneesh Hindu deity.
Good luck, Learning the hard way, Longevity.
  Sanaiscarya,
Shani, or Śani
Hindi
Sanford From the
beach sand bar.
  Sanforde, Sansford English
Sani Saturn   Sanee, Saney,
Sania, Sanie, Sany
Hindi
Sanjay One with a
conscience.
  Sanjai,
Sanjaye, Sanjy, Sanjye
Sanskrit
Sanjiv Long-lived.   Sanjeev, Sanjyv Hindi
Sankara Lucky,
Fortunate.
  Sankarah Sanskrit
Sanson Like the sun.     Spanish
Sansone Like the sun.     Italian
Santa Derived from the Latin Sanctus,
which originated from sanctus, "sacred, saint."
    Italian
Santana Saint   Santanah,
Santanio, Santanyo
Spanish
Santeri Gold-coloured
flower.
  Santrel,
Santrele, Santrell, Santrelle
Bavarian
Santiago Saint James.   Santia,
Santiah, Santyago, Santya, Santyah
Spanish
Santo A
saint
  Santos Spanish, Italian
Santon From the
beach town.
  Santan, Santen,
Santin, Santun, Santyn
Old English
Santonia Geographical
– From San Antonio in Texas.
  Santoniah,
Sanantonio, Santonya, Santonyah,
Santonya
Spanish
Santos A
saint
  Santo Spanish, Italian
Santosh Satisfaction   Santosha Hindi
Santoso Good peace.   Santosow Indonesian
Sanyu Happy     Luganda
Sanzio Christian   Anzio, Anzyo, Sanzyo Italian
Saqr Falcon     Arabic
Sarad Born in the
autumn/fall time.
  Saradd Hindi
Sargent Military
officer.
  Sargant,
Sarge, Sarjant, Sergeant, Sergent,
Serjeant
English
Sargon Prince of the
sun.
  Sargan,
Sargen, Sargin, Sargyn
Persian
Sariyah Clouds at
night time.
  Sariya Arabic
Sarngin Archer who
gives protection.
  Sarngyn Hindi
Sarojin Lotus-like.   Sarojun,
Sarojyn
Hindi
Sasson Happy   Sass Hebrew
Sastra Book of
rules.
  Sastrah Sanskrit
Satordi Saturn   Satordia,
Satordie, Satordy, Saturno (Spanish)
French
Saturn Saturn, the
planet.
  Saturne Latin
Saud Fortunate     Arabic
Saul Borrowed,
Asked for, Soul.
  Salulius,
Sawyl, Talut
Hebrew
Saula Ask   Saul, Saulah Polynesian
Sauts Bat     Cheyenne
Sauveur Saviour     French
Savage Untamed   Savag, Savaig,
Savaige, Savyg, Savyg
Irish,
English
Savash Not to give up but to fight for what
you believe in, war.
    Turkish
Saverij Bright,
Brilliant.
  Savero
(Italian), Xavier, Zavier, Zavyer
Illyrian
Saville From the
village of the willow trees.
  Savil, Savile,
Savill, Savyl, Savyla, Savyll, Savylle
French
Saw Early     Burmese
Sawney Protector   Sawnee, Sawni,
Sawniw, Sawny
Scottish
Sawyer One who works
with a saw.
  Sawer, Sawier,
Soier
English
Sawyl Child who was
asked for.
  Saul, Sawl Welsh
Saxby From the farm
with the short sword.
  Saxbee,
Saxbey, Saxbi, Saxbie
Old Norse
Saxon Swordsman, A
Saxon.
  Saxan, Saxe,
Saxen, Saxin, Saxus, Saxyn
English
Saxton Swordsman’s
town, From the Saxon’s town, From the town of the warrior.
  Saxtan,
Saxten, Saxtin, Saxtyn
Old English
Sayed Prince   Saied Arabic
Sayers Carpenter   Sayer, Sayre,
Sayres
Welsh
Scafer Shepherd   Schaefer,
Shaffar, Shaffer
German
Scanlon Little
scandalous one.
  Scanlan,
Scanlen, Scanlin, Scanlyn
Irish
Sceva Covering   Scevah Greek
Schmidt Blacksmith   Schmid,
Schmit, Schmitt, Schmyt, Schmytt
German
Schmul Asked for
God.
  Schmull German
Schneider Tailor of
clothes.
  Schnieder,
Snider, Snyder, Snydley
German
Scholes Hut   Schole Old Norse
Schon Handsome   Schonn, Shon German
Schuman Shoe maker.   Schu,
Schumann, Schumen, Schumenn, Shoe, Shoeman, Shoemann, Shoemen,
Shoemenn, Shoo, Shooman, Shoomann, Shoomen, Shoomenn, Shue, Shueman,
Shuemann, Shuemen, Shuemenn, Shu, Shuman, Shumann, Shumen, Shumenn,
Shumyn, Shymynn, Shyman, Shymann
German
Shuyler Shield,
Scholar
  Schuylar,
Schylar, Schyler, Schylor, Skilar, Skioler, Skuyler, Skuyler, Skylar,
Skyler, Skylor
Dutch
Scipio Staff, Stick.   Scipyo,
Scypyo
Latin
Scipion Staff, Stick.   Scipion
(French), Scipione (Italian), Scypion
Latin
Scoey From the
Scottish one’s village. The short form of Scoville.
  Scoee, Scoi,
Scoie, Scowi, Scowie, Scowy, Scoy
Old French
Scooby From Scott’s
nearby estate, From the Scottish one’s estate.
  Scobee,
Scobey, Scobi, Scobie, Scoby, Scoobee, Scoobey, Scoobi, Scoobie
English
Scorpio Scorpion   Scorpeo,
Scorpyo
Latin
Scott Of
Scottish origin.
  Scot, Skot,
Skott
Old English
Scoville From the
Scottish one’s village.
  Scovil,
Scovile, Scovill, Scovyl, Scovyle, Scovyll, Scovylle
Old French
Scribe Writer   Scribner,
Scrivener, Scryb, Scrybe
Latin
Scully Town crier.   Scullea,
Sculleah, Scullee, Sculleigh, Sculley, Sculli, Scullie
Irish
Seabert From the
shining sea.
  Seabirt,
Seaburt, Seabyrt, Seebert, Seebirt, Seeburt, Seebyrt, Seibert, Seibirt,
Seiburt, Seibyrt, Seybert, Seybirt, Seyburt, Seybyrt
English
Seabright From the
shining sea.
    English
Seabrook From the
stream by the sea.
  Seabrooke,
Seebrook, Seebrooke, Seybrook, Seybrooke
English
Seafra God’s peace.   Safrah Irish
Seamus God is
gracious. A form of Sean or Shane.
  James Irish
Sean God is gracious. A form
of John.
  Schaun,
Schaune, Schawn, Schawne, Seaghan, Seanan, Seane, Seanen, Seann,
Seannan, Seannen, Seannon, Seain, Seaine, Seatn, Seayne, Shane, Shaughn, Shaun, Shaune,
Shawn, Shawne, Shon, Shorn, Shorne, Sion, Syaun, Syawn, Syon, Syown
Irish
Seanan Old wisdom.   Senan, Sinan,
Sinon, Sinyn
Irish
Searle Armed   Searl,
Searlas (Irish, French), Serl, Serle, Serlo (Norse)
German
Seaton From the town
near the sea.
    English
Seaward Victory
peace.
  Seeward,
Seiward, Seyward
English
Seba Majestic   Sebah Greek
Sebastian Venerable, Honoured above
all others.
  Bastian,
Bastien, Eigels,
Sebastao (Portuguese), Sebaste (French), Sebastiano (Italian),
Sebastiao, Sebastien (French), Sebastion, Sebastyn (Hungarian),
Sebestyen, Sepasetiano, Sevastian (Russian)
Latin
Secundus Second-born
child.
  Secondas,
Secondus, Secondys
Latin
Sed Saviour   Sedd Egyptian
Sedgley From the
meadow of the sword.
  Sedglea,
Sedgleah, Sedglee, Sedgleigh, Sedgli, Sedglie, Sedgly
Old English
Sedgwick Dweller from
the place of the sword grass.
  Sedgwic,
Sedgwik, Sedgwyc, Sedgwyck, Sedgwyk
Old English
Seeley Blessed and
happy one’s meadow.
  Sealea,
Sealeah, Sealee, Sealeigh, Sealey, Seali, Sealie, Sealy, Seelea,
Seeleah, Sealeigh, Seeli, Seelie, Seelie, Seely, Seilea, Seileah,
Seilee, Seileigh, Seiley, Seili, Seilie, Seily, Seylea, Seyleah,
Seylee, Seyley, Seyleigh, Seyley, Seyli, Seylie, Seyly
Old English
Seemeon Listening. A
form of Simon.
  Seameon,
Seimein (Greek), Seymeon, Seymein, Seymon, Simeon, Simon
Russian
Sef Yesterday   Seff Egyptian
Sefton From the
place in the rushes.
  Seftan,S
eften, Seftin, Seftun, Seftyn
Old Norse,
Old English
Sefu Sword     Swahili
Segel Treasure   Seagal English
Seger Warrior of
the sea.
  Seagar,
Seager, Seegar, Seeger, Segar
English
Segub Highly
praised.
    Hebrew
Segun Conquering   Segan, Segen,
Segin, Segon, Segyn
Yoruba
Segundo Second-born
child.
    Spanish
Seif Religion’s
sword.
  Seyf Arabic
Sein Innocent   Seyn Basque
Sekaye Laughing   Sekai, Sekay Shona
Selby From the
farmstead.
  Selbee,
Selbey, Selbi, Selbie
English
Selden Rare, Strange
one form the willow valley; From the house on the hill.
  Seldan,
Seldin, Seldon, Seldyn
English; Old
English
Seldon From the
house on the hill.
  Seldan,
Selden, Seldin, Seldun, Seldyn
Old English
Seled To spring up.   Seledd Hebrew
Selemaea God will
hear.
    Polynesian
Selig Blessed   Seligg, Selyg,
Selygg
German
Selim A form of Soloman   Sellim, Selym, Sellym Turkish
Selvaggio Wild   Selvagio Italian
Selway Rich way.   Selwai Old English
Selwin Blessed friend.   Selwinn, Selwyn,
Selwynn,
Swlwynne
English
Semanda Cow   Semandah Luganda
Semer Farmer. A
form of George.
    Ethiopian
Semi Character   Semee, Semey,
Semie, Semy
Polynesian
Sempala Born during
prosperous times.
  Sempalah Luganda
Sen Wood fairy.   Senh Japanese
Seneca Old     Latin
Senior Lord of the
manor.
  Senyor Old English
Sennett Old wise one.   Senan
(Irish), Senen, Senet, Senett, Senin, Senit, Senitt, Sennan, Sennen,
Sennet, Sennin, Sennit, Sennyn, Sennyt, Senyn, Senyt
French
Senon Live   Senan, Senen,
Senin, Senyn
Spanish
Senwe Dry like a
stalk of grain.
    African
Seoirse Farmer. A
form of George.
    Irish
Sepp God will
increase, God has added a child. A form of Joseph.
  Sep Hebrew,
German, Italian
Seppi God will
increase, God has added a child. A form of Joseph.
  Sepee, Sepey,
Sepi,S epie, Seppee, Seppey, Seppie, Seppy, Sepy
Hebrew,
German, Italian
Septimus Seventh-born
child.
  Septimous Latin
Serafino Seraph,
Highest order of the angels.
  Septimous Latin
Serapis God of
fertility.
  Serapys Egyptian
Sereno Peaceful,
Calm, tranquil one.
  Sereen,
Serene, Serino, Seryno
Latin
Serge Moving
forward.
  Seargeoh,
Serg, Sergei (Russian), Sergi, Serginio, Sergio (Italian), Sergios
(Greek), Sergius, Sergiusz, Serguel,S erjio, Sirgio, Sirgios
French
Sersa Worthy of
reverance,
Venerable king.
  Sersah Illyrian
Servaas Save     Scandinavian
Setangya Sitting bear.     Kiowa
Seth One who is appointed.     Hebrew
Setimba Dweller by the river.   Setimbah Luganda
Setimkia Attacking bear.     Kiowa
Seton From the place by the
sea.
  Seatan,
Seaten, Seatin,
Seaton, Seatun, Seatyn, Setan, Seten, Setin, Setun, Setyn
English
Seven Seventh-born child.   Seve, Sevien,
Sevirn
Latin
Severin Seventh-born child.   Severan,
Sererian, Sereriano, Serero, Severen, Severyn, Sevrin,
Sevryn
Latin
Severn Seventh-born child.   Sevyrn Latin
Severus Strict, Severe.     Latin
Sevilen Loved   Sevilan,
Sevilin, Sevilon,
Selilyn
Turkish
Sewal Victorious
strength.
  Sewell Old English
Seward Guardian of the sea.   Seawrd,
Seeward, Seiward,
Seyward
English
Sewati Bear with curved claws.   Sewatee, Sewatey Moquelumnan
Sewell From the sea wall.   Seawal,
Seawald, Seawall,
Seawel, Seawell, Seewal, Seewald, Seewall, Seewel, Seewell, Seiwal,
Seiwall, Seiwel, Seiwell, Sewal, Sewall, Sewel, Seywal, Seywall,
Seywel, Seywell
English
Sexton Church official.   Sextan,
Sexten, Sextin,
Sextyn
English
Sextus Sixth-born child   Sextis, Sextys Latin
Seymour From the moors by the
sea.
  Seamoor,
Seamoore, Seamor, Seamore, Seamour, Seamoure, Seemoor, Seemoore,
Seemor, Seemore, Seemour, Seemoure, Seimoor, Seimoore, Seimor, Seimore,
Seimour, Seymoor, Seymore, Seymour, Seymoure
French
Shaaheen / Shaeen A royal white falcon.     Middle Eastern
Shachor Black     Hebrew
Shad Happy, lucky one.   Shadd Punjabi
Shade Shadow cover, Dweller
from the shady doe enclosure.
  Shaed, Shaede,
Shaid, Shaide, Shayd, Shayde, Shadey, Sadoe, Shadow
Old English
Shadrach God-like   Shadrac, Shadrach,
Shadrack, Shadrick, Shederick, Shedrach, Shedrick, Shedrik, Shedryc,
Shedryck, Shedryk
Babylonian
Shadwell From the shad-fish stream   Shadwal,
Shadwall, Shadwel, Shedwal, Shedwall, Shedwel, Shedwell
Old English
Shafer Beautiful, good     Arabic
Shafiq Affectionate,
compassionate, soft, pardoning.
SH-are-fik Shafeek,
Shafik
Arabic
Shah King     Persian
Shahid Witness   Shahyd Arabic
Shahin Peregrine falcon; Eagle. SHA-ee Shaheen Persian, Urdu
Shai Gift     Hebrew
Shay Gift; From the fairy
palace
  Shai, Shae, Shaye Hebrew; Irish
Shaiming Sunshine, life   Shaimin, Shayming Chinese
Shaka Founder of the Zulu
empire
  Shakah Zulu
Shakir Thankful   Shakeer,
Shakur, Shakyr
Arabic
Shalom Peace   Shalmae,
Shalmay, Shalum, Shlomo, Sholem, Sholom
Hebrew
Shaman Holy one. Medicine man.   Shaiman,
Shaimen, Shamen, Shayman, Shaymen
Sanskrit, Native Amercian
Shamin Perfume   Shamym Hebrew
Shams Fragrance;
Sun.
    Indian;
Arabic
Shamus God is
gracious. A form of Sean or Shane.
  James, Shamis,
Shaimis, Shaimus, Shaymis, Shaymus
Irish
Shanahan Wisdom   Seanahan,
Shaunahan,
Shawnahan
Irish
Shandy Boisterous, loud, part
beer/part lemonade drink.
  Shandea,
Shande, Shandey, Shandi, Shandie
English
Shane God is gracious.   Chaen, Chaene, Chain,
Chaine, Chane, Chayn, Chayne, Cheyn, Cheyne (Scottish), Shaen, Shaene,
Shain, Shaine, Shayn, Shayne
Irish
Shani Red   Shanee,
Shaney, Shanie,
Shany
Hebrew
Shank God is good.     Irish
Shanley Old hero from the meadow.   Shanlea,
Shanleah, Shanlee, Shanleigh, Shanli, Shanlie, Shanly
Irish
Shannon Hero who is wise, small   Shanan,
Shanen, Shanin, Shanon, Shannan, Shannen, Shannin, Shannyn, Shanyn
Irish
Shantae Singer. A form of
chante.
  Shant,
Shantai, Shantay, Shantel,, Shantell, Shantelle, Shanti, Shantie,
Shanton, Shanty
French
Shayden Blessed one
     
Shapoor Prince   Shapoora Russian
Shappa Red thunder   Shapa Native American, Sioux
Shaq Handsome. The short form of Shaquille     Arabic
Shaquan Handsome, unity, quality, aspiration,
fragrant, nobility.
  Shaqwan Arabic, Chinese
Shaquille Handsome   Scaq, Shaquil, Shaquile,
Shaquill, Shaquyl, Shaquyle, Shaquyll, Shaquylle
Arabic
Sharad Autumn, fall   Sharid, Sharyd Pakastani
Sharezer Prince of fire.     Persian
Sharif Honest, noble.   Shareef, Sharef, Shareff,
Shariff, Shariyf, Sharyf, Sharyff
Arabic
Sharone From the plains. The masculine for of
Sharon
  Sharan, Sharen, Sharin, Sha Ron, Sha
Rone, Sharon, Sharran, Sharren, Sharrin, Sharryn, Sharyn
African American, Hebrew
Shastra Giver of instructions   Shastrah Sanskrit
Shattuck Little shad-fish.   Shatuck Middle Eastern
Shavar Comet   Shavara, Shavarah, Shaver,
Shavir,
Shavyr
Hebrew
Shaw Dweller at the grove   Shawe, Shor, Shore Old English
Shawn God is gracious. A form
of John.
  Schaun, Schaune, Schawn,
Schawne, Seaghan, Sean, Seanan, Seane, Seanen, Seann, Seannan, Seannen, Seannon,
Seain, Seaine, Seatn, Seayne, Shane, Shaughn, Shaun, Shaune, Shawne,
Shon, Shorn, Shorne, Sion, Syaun, Syawn, Syon, Syown
Irish
Shawnel God’s gracious champion. A
combination of Shewn and Nell.
  Seanel, Shaughnel, Shaunel African Amercian, Irish
Shawnta God is gracious. A form of Shawn   Seanta, Seantah, Shaunta,
Shauntah,
Shantah
Irish, American
Shayla Throne   Shalyah Hindi
Shea Majestic, courteous,
scientific, ingenious one.
  Sheah Irish
Sheach Courteous     Scottish, Irish
Sheary Peaceful   Shearee, Shearey, Sheari, Shearie Irish
Shechem Incline     Hebrew
Sheehan Little peace.   Sheehen Irish
Sheffield From the crooked field   Sheffyeld, Shefield, Shefyeld English
Shelby From the estate by the ledge.   Shelbea, Shelbee, Shelbi, Shelbie Old English
Sheldon From the ledge   Sheldan, Shelden, Sheldin,
Sheldun,
Sheldyn
Old English
Shelesh Third-born child     Hebrew
Shelley From the island of shells   Shellea, Shelleah,
Shellee, Shelleigh, Shelli, Shellie, Shelly
English
Shelpey From the sheep meadow   Shelpea, Shelpeah,
Shelpee, Shelpeigh, Shelpi, Shelpie, Shelpy
Old English
Shelton From the shelly beachside town.   Sheltan, Shelten, Sheltin, Sheltyn Old English
Shem Reputation     Hebrew
Shen Sacred amulet, worn to protect
against eveil.; Meditation, spirit
    Egyptian, Chinese
Sheng Victory     Chinese
Shep Sheep.     Old English
Shepherd Sheep herder.   Shep, Sephard, Sheperd,
Shepp,
Sheppard, Shepperd
English
Shepley From the sheep meadow.   Sheplea, Shepleah,
Sheplee, Shepleigh, Shepli, Sheplie, Sheply
Old English
Sherborne From the clear stream.   Sherborn, Sherbourn, Sherbourne Old English
Sheridan Wild; From the shire valley.   Sheriden, Sherisin,
Sheridon, Sheridyn, Syerydan, Sheryden, Sherydin, Sherydon, Sherydyn
Irish; Old English
Sheriff Law keeper.   Sherif, Sherrif, Sherriff,
Sherryf, Sherryff, Sheryf, Sheryff
English
Sherill From the shire on the hill.   Sheril, Sheryl, Sheryll English
Sherlock One with the fair, short
hair.
  Sherloc, Sherloch,
Sherloche, Sherlocke, Sherlok
Old English
Sherman Shearer.   Shermann, Shermen,
Shirman, Shirmann, Shyrman, Shyrmann
Old English
Sherrod Land clearer.   Sherod English
Sherwin Splendid friend.   Sherwinn, Sherwyn,
Sherwynn,
Sherwynne
English
Sherwood From the bright woods.   Sharwood English
Shihab Fire   Shyhab Arabic
Shilin Intellectual   Shilyn, Shylin, Shylyn Chinese
Shima Island   Shimah, Shyma, Shymah Japanese
Shimon Amazing   Shimona, Shimonah, Shymon,
Shymona, Shymonah
Hebrew
Shimshon Sun     Hebrew
Shin Trusted   Shyn Korean
Shing Victory   Shingae, Shingo, Shyng Chinese
Shipley Dweller at the sheep
meadow.
  Shiplea, Shipleah,
Shiplee, Shipleigh, Shipli, Shiplie, Shiply, Shyplea, Shypleah,
Shyplee, Shypleigh, Shypley, Shypli, Shyplie, Shyply
Old English
Shipton Dweller at the sheep
town.
  Shiptan, Shipten, Shiptin,
Shiptun, Shiptyn, Shyptan, Shypten, Shyptin, Shypton, Shyptyn
Old English
Shiro Fourth-born child.   Shirow, Shyro, Shyrow Japanese
Shiva Life, Death.   Shivah, Shyva, Shyvah Hindi
Sholto The teal duck; Sower of
seeds.
    Irish, Gaelic; Celtic
Shomer Guardian   Shomar, Shomir, Shomor,
Shomyr
Hebrew
Shon God is gracious. A form
of Sean and John.
  Shondae, Shoondai,
Shondale, Shonday, Shonel, Shonntay
American, Hebrew
Shoni Changing   Shonee, Shoney, Shonie,
Shony
Hebrew
Shonkah Black dog.     Osage
Shovai Gem   Shovay Hebrew
Shri Worth of reverance.     Sanskrit
Shunnar Pheasant   Shunar Arabic
Siaki God is gracious.     Polynesian
Siaosi Farmer   Sior Polynesian
Siarl Man   Syarl Welsh
Sibran From Cyprus.   Sybran Breton
Sid From St Denis, Enchanter;
Wide. A form of Sydney.
  Sidd, Syd, Sydd Phoenician, English
Siddartha Accomplishment   Sida, Siddhartha, Sidh,
Sidharth, Sidhartha, Sidhdhardth, Sidhdhartha, Sydartha, Syddhartha
Sanskrit
Siddell From the wide valley;
From St Denis’ valley.
  Siddel, Sidel, Sidell,
Sydel, Sydell
Old English; Old French
Sideris Heavenly body.     Latin
Sidney From St Denis; Wide;
Enchanter
  Sidney, Sidni, Sidnie,
Sidny
Old French; English;
Phoenician
Sidonius Fine cloth of linen.   Sidonis, Sydonis,
Sydonius
Greek
Sidwell From the wide stream.   Siddwal, Siddwall,
Siddwel, Siddwell, Sidwal, Sidwall, Sidwel, Syddwal, Syddwall, Syddwel,
Syddwell, Sydwal, Sydwall, Sydwel, Sydwell
English
Sierra Black; Saw-like toothed;
Mountain.
  Siera, Sierah, Sierrah,
Syera, Syerah, Syerra, Syerrah
Irish; Spanish; Arabic
Siffre Victorious peace.     French
Siffredo Victorious peace.   Sifredo, Syffredo Italian
Sigbjorn Guardian bear of victory.     Scandinavian
Sigfried Victorious peace.   Siffre (French),
Sigefredo, Sigfrid (German), Sigfroi, Sigvard (Norse), Sygfred,
Sygfreid, Sygfreyd, Sygfrid, Sygfryd, Ziegfried, Zigfrid, Zygfred,
Zygfreid, Zygfid, Zygfried, Zygfryd
Teutonic
Sigmund Victorious protector.   Saegmon (Norse), Saegmond
(Norse), Saegmun, Saegmund, Sigismond (French), Sigismondo (Italian),
Sigismund (German), Sigismundo (Spanish), Sigismunus (Dutch), Sigmundo
(German), Sygmon, Sygmond, Sygmondo, Sygmun, Sygmund, Sygmundo,
Sygismon, Sygismond, Sygimondo, Sygismun, Sygismund, Sygismundo,
Sygysmon, Sygysmond, Sygysmondo, Sygysmun, Sygysmund, Sygysmundo,
Zigimond, Zigimund, Zigmon, Zygismon, Zygismond, Zygismondo, Zygismun,
Zgismund, Zygismundo, Zygysmon, Zygysmond, Zygysmondo, Zygysmun, ,Zgysmund,
Zygysmundo
Teutonic
Sigurd Victorious guardian.   Sygurd Old Norse
Sigwald Victorious ruler.   Sigwaldo, Sygwald,
Sygwaldo
Old Norse
Sikueli Squirrel   Sykueli Tongan
Sikwaii Sparrow     Cherokee
Silas Forest dweller, Of
woodland, Forest god.
    Latin
Silburn Child who is blessed.   Silborn, Silborne,
Silbourn, Silboune, Silburne, Sylborn, Sylborne, Sylbourn, Sylbounre,
Sylburn, Sylburne
Old English
Silvan Forest dweller.   Silas, Silvain (French),
Silvano (Italian, Spanish), Silvio (Italian, Spanish), Sylas, Sylvanus,
Sylvio (Italian, Spanish)
Latin
Silvanus Forest dweller.   Sylvanus Latin
Silvester From the forest.   Sailbheastar (Irish),
Silvestre (French, Spanish), Silvestro (Italian), Sylvester
Latin
Sima Treasure   Simah, Syma, Symah Hebrew
Simba Lion   Simbah, Symba, Symah Swahili
Simeon Monkey. A form of Simon, Listening.   Symeon, Symian, Symyan German, French
Simmias Listening. A form of
Simon.
  Simas, Symmias, Symmyas,
Symyas
Greek
Simms Simon’s son, Son of the
listening one.
  Sims, Symms, Syms Hebrew
Simo Obedient. A short form of
Simon, listening.
  Simmo, Symo, Symmo Finnish, Australian
Simon Listening   Seemeon, Semein, Simanao,
Simanas, Simej, Simeon (French), Simone (Italian/French), Smons, Simonson,
Siomon, Siomonn (Irish), Sim (Scottish), Ssemar (Russian), Symon,
Symond, Symonn, Symonns, Szimon, Szymon (Polish), Zimon, Zymon
Hebrew
Simpson Simon’s son. Son of the one who
listens
  Simpsan, Simpsen, Simpsin,
Simpsyn, Sympsan, Sympsen, Sympsin, Sympson, Sympsyn
Hebrew, Old English
Sinbad Sparkling prince   Sinbaldo, Sinibaldo,
Synbad, Synbald
German
Sinclaire From St Clair’s town; Clear sign.   Sinclair, Sinclar,
Sinclare, Synclair, Synclaire, Synclar, Synckare, Synclayr
French; Latin
Singer Singer   Synger Old English
Sinjon Saint   Sinjun, Sjohn, Synjon English
Sinou Snow   Synou Tongan
Sintram Sparkling raven   Syntram Teutonic
Sion Highly praised   Syon Hebrew
Sione God is gracious.   Sionee, Sioney, Sioni,
Sionike, Soane,
Sone
Tongan
Sior Farmer. The Welsh form of
George.
    Greek
Sipatu Pulling out.   Sypatu Moquelumnan
Sipho Present   Sypho Zulu
Siraj Light   Syraj Arabic
Sirius Dog star. The brightest star.
Burning. Named after the Greek God Osirus.
  Sirios, Syrios, Syrius Greek
Siroslav Famous glory.   Siroslav, Syroslav Teutonic
Sisi Born on Sunday.   Sysi, Sysy Franti
Sisto Sixth-born child.   Systo Italian
Sitoake Stork   Sytoake Tongan
Sitriv Secure conqueror.   Sitrick, Sitrik, Sytric,
Sytrick, Sytrik, Sytryc, Sytryck, Sytryk
Norse
Sivan Born during the ninth month of the
Jewish year.
  Syvan Hebrew
Siward Victorious peace.   Syward English
Siwili Fox’s long tail.   Siwilie, Siwily, Siwyli,
Siwylie, Siwyly, Sywili, Sywilie, Sywyly
Native American
Sixtus Sixth-born child.   Sixte, Syxte, Syxtus Latin
Skeet Swift moving.   Skeat, Skeets, Skeeter Middle English
Skelly Teller of stories.   Skelea, Skeleah, Skelee,
Skeleigh, Skeley, Skeli, Skelie, Skell, Skellea, Skelleah, Skellee,
Skelleigh, Skelley, Skelli, Skellie, Skely
Irish
Skelton from the estate or town
on the lrdge.
    Old English
Skender Defender of humankind. A form of
Alexander.
  Skendr Slavic
Skene Bush   Sken Gaelic
Skerry Stone island.   Skery Norwegian
Skip Ship owner.   Skipi, Skipie, Skipp,
Skippi, Skippie,
Skippy, Skipy, Skyp, Skypi, Skypie, Skypp, Skyppi, Skyppie, Skyppy,
Skypy
Old Norse
Skipper Ship owner.   Skypper Old Norse
Skipton From the ship town.   Skippton, Skyppton, Skypton Old English
Skule Shield   Skul, Skull Norse
Skyler Fugitive, Giving shelter, Protection,
Scholar.
SKY-ler Skyla, Skylar, Skylr, Schuyler Danish, Dutch
Slade From the valley.   Slaid, Slayd English
Sladen From the valley.   Sladan, Sladein, Sladon,
Sladyn, Slaidan, Slaiden, Slaidin, Slaidon, Slaidyn, Slaydan, Slayden,
Slaydin, Slaydon, Slaydyn
English
Slane Salty   Slain, Slaine, Slayn, Slayne Czech
Slater Slater of roofs.   Slaiter, Slayter English
Slava Glorious stand.   Slavah, Slavik, Slavoshka Russian, Latin
Slavin Mountain man.   Slavan, Slaven, Slavon, Slavyn Irish
Slavomil Fried who is glorious.   Slavomilo, Slavomyl, Slavomylo Slavic
Slawek Gloriously happy. A form of
Radoslaw.
    Polish
Sleeman Clever   Sleaman Old English
Slevin Mountain climber.   Slavan, Slaven, Slavin,
Salvon, Slavyn, Slevan, Sleven, Slevon, Slevyn
Irish
Sloane Warrior   Sloan Irish
Smedley From the meadow.   Smedlea, Smedleah,
Smedlee, Smedleigh, Smedli, Smedlie, Smedly
Old English
Smith Blacksmith   Smithe, Smithey, Smithi,
Smithie, Smithy, Smitth, Smyth
Old English
Snow From the snowy valley.     Old English
Snowden From the snowy valley.   Snowda, Snowdin,S howdon,
Smowdyn
Old English
So First-born child.     Vietnamese
Socrates Wisdom     Greek
Sofian Devoted   Sofyan Arabic
Sohan Charming     Hindi
Sohrad Hero who is ancient.   Sorad Persian
Soja Warrior   Sojah Yoruba
Sol Sun   Soll Latin
Solomon Peace   Salaman, Salamen, Salamon,
Salamun, Salman, Salmyn, Saloman, Salomo, Salomon (French), Salomone
(Italian), Selim, Shelomaoh, Shlomo, Sholom, Solaman, Solamh (Irish),
Soloman, Solomo (German, Dutch), Solomyn, Sulaiman, Zalman, Zalmen,
Zalmin, Zalmon, Zalmyn
Hebrew
Solon Wisdom, Grave.   Solan, Solen, Solin,
Solyn
Greek
Solve Warrior who is healthy.     Danish
Somerled Summer wanderer (a poetic way of
referring to a Viking)
  Somerledi, Somerled Old Norse
Somerset Summer place.   Sommerset, Sumerset,
Summerset
Old English
Somerton From the summer town.     Old English
Somerville From the summer village.   Somervil, Somervill,
Somervyl, Somervyll, Somervylle, Sumervil, Sumervill, Sumerville,
Sumervyl, Sumervyll, Sumervylle, Summervil, Summervill, Summerville,
Summervyl, Summervyll, Summervylle
Teutonic
Son Star; Mountain; Son     Native American;
Vietnamese; English
Sonam The fortunate one.     Tibetan
Songan Strength   Song Native American
Sonny Son   Sonee, Soney, Soni, Sonie,
Sonnee, Sonney, Sonni, Sonny, Sony, Suni, Sunie, Sunni, Sunnie, Sunny,
Suny
Old English
Sono Elephant     Akan
Sophocies The glory of wisdom.     Greek
Sophus Wisdom. A masculine form
of Sophia.
  Sophis, Sophys Greek
Soren Thunder, War.   Sorenson Danish
Sorley Viking, Summer wanderer.   Sorlea, Sorleah, Sorlee,
Sorleigh, Sorli, Sorlie, Sorly
Old Norse
Sorrell Reddish/brown haired.   Sorel, Sorell, Soril,
Sorill, Sorrel, Sorril, Sorrill, Soryl, Soryll
Old French
Sosaia God will help.   Sosaiah Polynesian
Soterios Saviour     Greek
Southwell From the south stream.   Southwal, Southwall,
Southwel
Old English
Sovann Gold   Sovan Cambodian
Sowande A wise healer found me.   Sowand Yoruba
Spain Geographical – The
country.
    Latin
Spalding From the divided field.   Spaulding English
Spangler Glittering; Tinsmith.     French; German
Spark Flash of light.   Sparkey, Sparki, Sparkie English
Sparrow Little bird.   Sparro Middle English
Spear One who carries a spear.     English
Speed Fast success.   Speedey, Speedie English
Spencer Dispenser of provisions.   Spence English
Sperling Little sparrow bird.   Sperlin Middle English
Spicer Spice seller.   Spycer Old French
Spier Watcher   Spyer Old French
Spike Grain ear; Spike-haired.   Spyke Latin; Old English
Spiro Breath of God.   Spiridion, Spiridone
(Italian), Spyridion, Spyridone, Spyro
Latin
Spode From the spear-shaped
field.
    Old English
Spooner Maker of spoons or
roofing shingles.
    Old English
Spoor Maker of spurs.   Spoors, Spur, Spurs English
Spreckley Twigs   Sprecklea, Spreckleah,
Sprecklee, Spreckleigh, Spreckli, Sprecklie, Spreckly
Old English
Spring From the spring time.     English
Springsteen From the stone river.   Springstein, Springsteyn,
Spryngsteen, Spryngstein, Spryngsteyn
Old English
Sproul Energetic, active one.   Sproule, Sprowl, Sprowle Middle English
Squire Attendant to a knight.   Squyre English
Stable Reliable   Stabel Old French
Stacey Prosperous   Stace, Stacee, Staci, Stacie, Stacy Latin
Stack Stacker of hay.     Old Norse
Stafford From the ford near the
landing place.
  Staford Old English
Stamford From the stone ford.   Stemford Old English
Stamos Crown     Greek
Stan Stone. The short form of
names starting with ‘Stan’.
    Old English
Stanbury From the stone fortress.   Stanberi, Stanberie,
Stanberri, Stanberrie, Stanberry, Stanbery, Stanburi, Stanburie,
Stanburri, Stanburrie, Stanburry
Old English
Stancil Beam or bar.   Stancile, Stancyl,
Stancyle
Old English
Stancliff From the stone cliff.   Stanclif, Stanclyf,
Stanclyff
Old English
Standish From the stony enclosure.   Standysh Old English
Standwood From the stone woods.   stanwood Old English
Stanfield From the stone field.   Stanfyeld Old English
Stanford From the stone ford.   Stanforde Old English
Stanhope From the stone hollow.   Stenhope Old English
Stanislaus Glorious stand.   Aineislis (Irish),
Stanislao, Stanislas (French), Stanislav (German), Stanislavas
(Lithuanian), Stanislavs (Lettish), Stanislaw (Polish), Stanislus,
Stanko (Illyrian), Stanyslaus
Slavic
Stanley From the stony meadow.   Stanlea, Stanleah,
Stanlee, Stanleigh, Stanli, Stanlie, Stanly
Old English
Stanmore From the stony moor.   Stanmoar, Stanmoaare,
Stanmoor, Stanmoore, Stanmor
Old English
Stannard Hard like stone.   Stanard Old English
Stanton From the stone town.   Staunton Old English
Stanway Dweller at the stone
village.
  Stanwic, Stanwik, Stanwyc,
Stanwyck, Stanwyk
Old English
Stanwick Dweller at the stone
village.
  Stanwic, Stanwik, Stanwyc,
Stanwyck, Stanwyk
Old English
Stanwood Dweller at the stone
forest.
  Stenwood Old English
Starbuck Stone road, From the deer
star meadow.
    Old English
Stark Strength   Starke German
Starling The sterling bird.   Starlin, Starlyn,
Starlyng
Old English
Starr Star   Star Old English
Stavropoulos Son of Stavros.     Greek
Stavros Crowned. A form of
Stephen.
  Stavro Greek
Steadman Farmstead occupant,
Steady, Reliable.
  Stedman English
Steele One who works with steel.   Steal, Steale, Steel Old English
Steenie Crowned. A form of
Stephen.
  steen, Steene, Steenee,
Steeni, Steeny, Stein, Steine, Steinee, Steiney, Steini, Steinie,
Steiny, Steyn, Steynee, Steyney, Steyni, Steynie, Steyney
Scottish
Stefan Crowned. A form of
Stephen.
  Stefano, Stefen, Steffan,
Steffano, Steffen, Steffin, Stefin, Stenka (Russian), Stephan,
Stephano, Stephanos (Greek), Stephen, Steven
Polish, Russian, Swedish,
Swiss
Stefano Crowned. A form of
Stephen.
  Stephano Italian
Stein Stone   Stean, Steen, Steine,
Steiner, Stene, Steyn, Steyne
German
Steinar Stone warrior.   Stean, Steane, Steanar,
Steaner, steenar, Steene, Steener, Stein, Steine, Steiner, Steyn,
Steyne, Steynar, Steyner
Norwegian
Sten Stone   Stenn Swedish, Scandinavian
Stephen / Steven Crowned   Estaban, Estevan (Spanish), Etienne
(French), Steaphan (Scottish), Steav, Steave, Steaven, Stefan
(German/Danish), Stefano (Italian), Stefin, Stefinn, Stefyn, Stefynn,
Stephan, Stephin, Stephyn, Stenka (Russian), Stenkia, Stephanus
(Swedish), Stephanos, Stephanus, Stepika, Stepka, Stepko, Stevan,
Steve, Steven (Australian / English), Stevin, Stevon, Stevyn, Tiennot
Greek
Stephenson Stephen’s son; son of the crowned one   Stravropoulos (Greek), Stevenson English
Stephon Turner   Strephonn Greek
Sterling Silver penny.   Sterlin, Stirlin, Stirling,
Styrlin, Styrling, Styrlyn, Styrlyng
English
Stern Star; Stern   Sterne, Sturn, Sturne German; Old English
Stewart Steward of the manor   Stuart English
Stig Rising mount     Old Norse; Swedish
Stiggur Gate     Gipsy
Stillman Still; quiet   Stilman, Styllman, Stylman English
Sting Grain spike
  Styng
English
Stinson Stone’s son; son of the stone one
  Stynson
English
Stockley From the meadow with the stock
  Stocklea, Stockleah,
Stocklee, Stockleigh, Stockli, Stocklie, Stockly

Old English
Stockman Livestock worker
  Stockmen
Australian
Stockton From the tree-stump
estate or town.
    Old English
Stockwell From the well by the tree stump
  Stockwal, Stockwall, Stockwel
English
Stoddard Keeper of horses
  Stodard
Old English
Stoke Village
  Stok
Old English
Stoker Tender of the fire
  Stoke, Stokes
English
Stone Stone
  Stonee, Stoney, Stoni,
Stonie, Stony

English
Storm Tempest
  Storme, Stormee, Stormey,
Stormi, Stormie, Stormy

Old English
Storr Great one.
    Old Norse
Stover Tender of the stove
  Stov, Stove
English
Stowe From the place
  Stow
Old English
Strahan Poet, Wisdom.     Irish, Gaelic
Stratford From the street near the
river ford, From the straight river ford.
  Strattford Old English
Stratton From the river valley
town.
  Straton Scottish
Stringfellow Strong fellow.     Old English, Old Norse
Strobe Twist     Greek
Strom River     German
Strong Powerful     Old English
Stroud From the thicket.     Old English
Struthers From the stream.     Irish, Gaelic
Stuart Steward   Stewart Scottish
Sturt Hill     Old English
Styge Rising   Stygge Norse
Styles Dweller by the stock enclosure     Old English
Subhi Early morning   Subhee, Subhie Arabic
Sudi Lucky   Suud Swahili
Sued Chief     Arabic
Suffield From the south field.   Sufield Old English
Sugen Valley of the sows.   Sugdan, Sugdin, Sugdon,
Sugdyn
English
Suhail Gentle, Easy, The name of a star.
  Sohail, Sohayl, Souhail,
Sujal
Arabic
Suhuba Friendly   Suhubah Swahili
Sujay Success, Victory.   Sujae, Sujai Hindi
Sukru Thankful   Sukroo Turkish
Sullivan One with the black (sullen) eyes;
dark; irish surname.

  Sullyvan
Irish/Gaelic
Sully From the meadow in the south, to
blacken.

  Sullea, Sulleah, Sullee,
Sulleigh, Sulley, Sulli, Sullie

Old English
Sulprice One with the red spotted
face.
  Sulpryce French
Sultan

"sŭl’tən"

Ruler, A powerful person.   Sulten, Sultin, Sulton,
Sultyn, Sum (Thai)
Old French, Turkish,
Arabic, Aramaic
Sulwyn Fair-haired, Sunny.   Sulwin, Sulwynn, Sulwynne Welsh
Summit Peak of a mountain.   Sumet, Sumit, Summet,
Summit, Summyt, Sumyt
English
Sumner Summoner   Summner English
Sun Bend; Sun.     Chinese; English
Sundeep Englightened     Punjabi
Sunreep Purity   Sunrip Hindi
Surya Sun   Suria, Suriah, Suryah Sanskrit
Susi One who works with
horses, Horseman.
  Susee, Susie, Susy Greek
Sutcliff From the cliff in the
south.
  Suttclif, Suttcliff,
Sutclif, Sutclyf, Sutclyff
Old English
Sutherland From the southern land.   Southerland Old Norse
Sutton From the southern town.     English
Svara Mystical sound.   Svarah Sanskrit
Sven Youthful   Svend, Swen, Swend Norse
Svenbjorn Young bear.   Sveniborn Norse
Swaggart One who staggers.   Swaggert English
Swain Attendant of the knight.   Swaine, Swayn, Swayne English
Swaley From the winding stream
meadow.
  Swalea, Swaleah, Swalee,
Swaleigh, Swali, Swalie, Swaly
English
Swannee Swan   Swanee, Swaney,S wani,
Swanie, Swanney, Swanni, Swannie, Swanny, Swany
Old English, Australian
Sweeney Little hero; Strength.   Sweaney, Sweani,
Swe3anie, Sweany, Sweenee, Sweeni, Sweenie, Sweeny
Irish, Gaelic; Old
English
Swindel From the valley of the
pigs.
  Swindell, Swyndel,
Swyndell
English
Swinfen Muddy pig.   Swynfen English
Swinford From the pig ford.   Swynford English
Swinton Dweller at the farm of
the pigs.
  Swynton Old English
Swithbert Strong, Bright.   Swithbirt, Swithburt,
Swithbyrt, Swythbert, Swythbirt, Swythburt, Swythbyrt
Old English
Swithin Strength   Swithan, Swithen,
Swithon,S withun,S withyn,S wythan, Swythen, Swything, Swythan,
Swythen, swythin, Swython, Swythyn
Teutonic
Sydney From the city of St Denis, Sydney
Australia.

  Sydnee, sydney, Sydny Old French, Australian
Syed Happy   Sied Arabic
Sying Star     Chinese
Symington From Simon’s town, From
the listening town.
  Stimingtons Old English