Boy Baby Names Beginning with the letter S

Baby Names Origin Meaning
Saadya Hebrew God's helper
Saarth Hindu To have a meaning or purpose (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Saber French Sword
Sabih Arabic Handsome
Sabino Spanish A Sabine
Sabir Arabic Patient
Saboor Arabic Much patience (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sachin Latin Precious (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sadiq Arabic Friend
Saebeorht English Glory at sea
Saeger English Seaman
Saelac German Blessed
Saelig English From the happy meadow
Saewald English Sea powerful
Saeweard English Sea guardian
Safford English From the willow ford
Safin Arabic small name of Islamic Prophet, Muhammad SAW (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sagar English Wise one. Surname.
Sage English Wise one.
Sage French Wise one.
Saghir Arabic Short
Sagramour Arthurian Legend A knight
Sagremor Arthurian Legend A knight
Sahale Native American Falcon
Sahil Hindi Leader (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sahir Arabic Wakeful
Sajid Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Saju Unknown Angelic and chubby (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sakario American (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sakeri Hebrew Remembered by God
Sakima Native American King
Sal Spanish Savior. Diminutive of Salvador.
Salamon Hebrew Peaceful
Salbatore Spanish Savior
Saleem Arabic Peaceful.
Salem Hebrew Peace. Biblical name of ancient city later identified with Jerusalem.
Salem Arabic Peace
Salford English From the willow ford
Salhain Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Salhdene English From the willow valley
Salhford English From the willow ford
Salhtun English Lives near the willow farm
Salil Indian Water (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Salim Arabic Peace
Sallsbury English From the fortified keep
salman Pakistan Safe (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Salomon Spanish Peace. Variant of Shalom.
Salton English Lives near the willow farm
Salvador Spanish Savior.
Salvadore Spanish Savior
Salvatore Spanish Savior
Salvino Spanish Savior. Diminutive of Salvador.
Sameer Arabic Early Morning Fragrance/Entertaining Companion (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sami Arabic All hearing
Samman Arabic Grocer
Sammo Unknown Equality (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sammy Hebrew Wise (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Samoel Hebrew Name of God. Biblical prophet and judge who anointed Saul and David as kings of Israel. Sami: (Arabic) honored
Sampson Hebrew The sun. Biblical Samson was given superhuman strength by God.
Samson Hebrew Bright sun
Samuel Hebrew Asked of God
Sanborn English From the sandy brook
Sanbourne English From the sandy brook
Sancho Spanish Saint.
Sanders English Alexander's son
Sanderson English Alexander's son
Sandon English From the sandy hill
Sandor Hungarian Defender of mankind. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sandy Scottish Abbreviation of Alexander defender of man.
Sandy English Abbreviation of Alexander defender of man.
Sanersone English Alexander's son
Sanford English From the sandy ford
Sani Native American The old one (Navajo)
Sanjin Croatian Dream made into reality. Pronounced Sahnyin (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sanjith Hindu Always victorious (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sankalp Hindu Taking a pledge. related to worship (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sanshray To attain ultimate glory (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sanson Hebrew The sun's man
Santiago Spanish Named for Saint James
Santino Italian Little angel (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Santon English From the sandy farm
Santos Spanish Saint
Saqr Arabic Falcon
Sar Anglo-Saxon Pain
Sargent French A squire
Sarim Arabic Lion, brave, fearless, big hearted (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sarlic Anglo-Saxon Pain
Sarsour Arabic Bug
Sarvesh Sanskirt Almighty One (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sasank Indian Moon (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sascha Russian Defender of mankind. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sasha Slavic Helper and defender or protector of mankind. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sasson Hebrew Joy
Satchel American Bag, sack (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sativola Celtic Name of a saint
Satordi French Saturn
Saturnin Spanish Gift of Saturn
Satvik Unknown Soft mentality , Smooth handling person (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Saul Spanish Asked for
Saul Hebrew Asked; inquired of God. The Hebrew name of the Apostle Paul.
Saunders English Alexander's son
Saunderson English Alexander's son
Saurav Hindi Fragrant (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sauville French From the willow farm
Savas Hispanic War (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Saverio Italy New house (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Saville French From the willow farm
Savion Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sawyer English Saws wood
Sawyer Celtic Cuts timber
Sawyere English Saws wood
Sawyers English Son of Sawyer
Saxan English Sword
Saxon English Sword
Saylor Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sayyid Arabic Master
Scadwiella English From the shed spring
Scaffeld English From the crooked field
Scand Anglo-Saxon Disgrace
Scandleah English From the loud meadow
Scandy English Boisterous
Scanlan Irish Scandal
Scanlon Irish Scandal
Scannalan Irish Scandal
Scead Anglo-Saxon Shade
Sceadu Anglo-Saxon Shade
Sceapleigh English From the sheep meadow
Sceley English From the happy meadow
Scelftun English From the ledge farm
Sceotend Anglo-Saxon Archer
Schaddoc English Shad fish
Schaeffer German Steward.
Schaffer German Steward.
Schmaiah Hebrew God hears
Schmuel Hebrew Asked of God
Schylar Danish scholar, protection (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
SciIti Celtic Legendary messenger of Arthur
Scirloc English Blond
Scirwode English From the bright forest
ScIymgeour Scottish Fighter
Scolaighe Irish Herald
Scot English From Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
Scot Scottish Wanderer
Scott Scottish Wanderer
Scott English From Scotland; a Gael. Surname.
Scottas English From Scotland
Scottie Scottish From Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
Scottie English From Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
Scottroc Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Scotty English From Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
Scotty Scottish From Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
Scowyrhta Anglo-Saxon Shoemaker
Scrydan Anglo-Saxon Clothes
Scully Irish Herald
Scur Anglo-Saxon Storm
Seabert English Glory at sea
Seabright English Glory at sea
Seabroc English From the brook by the sea
Seabrook English From the brook by the sea
Seaburt English Glory at sea
Seadon English From the hill by the sea
Seafra Irish Peace from God
Seafraid Irish Peace from God
Seager English Seaman
Seaghda Irish Majestic
Sealey English From the happy meadow
Sealtiel Unknown From one of the archangel, Saint Sealtiel. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Seamere Anglo-Saxon Tailor
Seamus Irish Form of James supplanter.
Sean Irish Gift from God. Form of John from the French Jean.
Seanachan Irish Wise one
Seanan Hebrew Gift from God
Seanan Irish Little old wise one
Seanlaoch Irish Old hero
Searbhreathach Irish Judicious
Searlas French Manly
Searle French Manly
Searlus French Manly
Seaton Anglo-Saxon From Sai's estate
Seaton English From the farm by the sea
Seaver Anglo-Saxon Fierce stronghold
Seaward English Sea guardian
Sebashtien Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sebastian Greek (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sebastiano Spanish Spanish form of Sebastian revered
Sebastien French Revered.
Sebastyan Unknown Alternate spelling for Sebastian (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sebastyn Latin Honoured above all others (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sebert English Glory at sea
Sebes Hungarian Fast (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Secg English Swordsman
Secgwic English From the sword grass place
Sedge English Swordsman
Sedgeley English From the swordsman's meadow
Sedgewic English From the sword grass place
Sedgewick English From the sword grass place
Sedgewik English From the sword grass place
Sedric Irish Chief (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Seeley French Blessed (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Seely English From the happy meadow
Seeton English From the farm by the sea
Sefton English From Sefton
Seftyn English Village of rushes (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Segar English Seaman
Segenam Native American Lazy (Algonquin)
Seger English Seaman
Segundo Spanish Born second
Seif Arabic Sword (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Seignour French Lord of the manor
Sein Spanish Innocent
Seireadan Irish Untamed
Sekove Hewbrew meaning Supplanter. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Selby English From the manor house
Selden English From the willow valley
Seldon English From the willow valley
Seleby English From the manor house
Selig English From the happy meadow
Selig German Blessed
Selik German Blessed
Selvyn English Variant of Sylvanus referring to the mythological Greek god of trees.
Selwin English Good friend
Selwin Anglo-Saxon Friend at court
Selwine English Good friend
Selwyn Anglo-Saxon Friend at court
Selwyn English Good friend
Senen Hebrew Gift from God
Sener Anglo-Saxon Fierce stronghold
Senet French Wise
Senior French Lord of the manor
Senna Holland (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sennet French Wise
Senon Spanish Lively
Seosamh Hebrew God will multiply
Seosaph Hebrew God will multiply
Sephiroth Hebrew Limitless Light, Light Without End (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sequoiah American Tree (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Serafim Hebrew An angel like being of a lower order
Serafin Hebrew An angel like being of a lower order
Serafin Spanish Seraph
Seraphim Hebrew An angel like being of a lower order
Serban Romanian (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sergey Roman Servant (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Set Hebrew Compensation
Setanta Celtic Mythical son of Sualtam
Seth Hebrew Anointed
Seton English From the farm by the sea
Sever Anglo-Saxon Fierce stronghold
Severin French Strict; restrained. A saint's name.
Severin English Boundary
Severn English Strict; restrained. Surname.
Severne English Strict; restrained. Surname.
Severo Spanish Strict; restrained.
Sevrin French Strict; restrained. A saint's name.
Sevy Spanish (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sewald English Sea powerful
Sewall English Sea powerful
Seward English Sea guardian
Seward Anglo-Saxon Guards the coast
Sewati Native American Curved bear claw (Miwok)
Sewell English Sea powerful
Seymour French From St. Maur
Seymour English Tailor
Shaan Hebrew Peaceful.
Shaarav Hindu Pure and Innocent (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shad English Short form of the Biblical Shadrach; one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.
Shadaniel Unknown Brave boy (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shadd English Short form of the Biblical Shadrach; one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.
Shaddoc English Shad fish
Shaddock English Shad fish
Shadoe English Short form of the Biblical Shadrach; one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.
Shadrach Hebrew In the bible Shadrach was one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.
Shadwell English From the shed spring
Shae Irish Variant of Shea courteous.
Shaffin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shai Irish Variant of Shea courteous.
Shaie Unknown Strong but sensitive (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shain Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shaine Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shakeel Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shakeem Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shakil Arabic Handsome (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shakoor Muslim One who appreciates the worth of any deed. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shaku Arabic Grateful
Shakur Unknown Warrior, Messenger (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shalen Irish You will have to do the study and let me know (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shalom Hebrew Peaceful
Shamir Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shamus Irish Supplanter
Shan Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shan Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shanahan Irish Wise one
Shandley English From the loud meadow
Shandon Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shandy English Boisterous
Shandy Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shane Hebrew Gift from God
Shane Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shane American strong, blessing, gift (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shanley Irish Old hero
Shann Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shannan Hebrew Peaceful (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shannon Irish Little old wise one
ShanNuel Unknown Precious, perfect and priceless child of God (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shannyn Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shanon Irish Old Wise one (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shaquille Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shareef Arabic Variant of Sharif Illustrious.
Sharetha Arabic Virtuous, excellent (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sharif Arabic Illustrious. A name of descendants of Mohammed.
Shashwat Indian Litreature Eternal (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shattuck English Shad fish
Shauden Irish Variant of John from Sean.
Shaughn Irish Variant of John from Sean.
Shaun Irish Variant of John from Sean.
Shaundre Irish Variant of John from Sean.
Shaunnon Celtic River in Ireland (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shaurya Unknown Brave and Strong. One who fears no one. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shaviyah Hebrew God has returned me (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shaw Scottish Terse
Shaw Irish Surname.
Shaw English From the shady grove
Shawe Scottish Terse
Shawn English From the shady grove
Shawn Irish Variant of John from Sean.
Shawnessey Irish Taken from an Irish last name, OShaugnessy. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shawnn Irish Variant of John from Sean.
Shay Irish Variant of Shea courteous. Surname.
Shayan Irish Variant of Shea courteous.
Shayce English One who wonders (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shaye Irish Variant of Shea courteous.
Shaylon Irish Variant of Shea courteous.
Shayne Irish Variant of Shaun from John.
Shayten Unknown Falcon (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shea Irish Majestic
Sheamus Irish Variant of James (Hebrew) "he who supplants." In America, "Shamus" is sometimes used as a slang for a private detective. Poet Seamus Heaney. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sheary Irish Irish form of Geoffrey peace from God
Shedeur Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sheedy Irish Surname.
Sheehan Irish Little peaceful one
Sheewah Polish Power and Strength (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sheffield English From the crooked field
Sheiling Scottish From the summer pasture
Shelby English From the manor house Willow farm. English surname used more for girls than boys given names.
Shelden English Deep valley.
Sheldon Anglo-Saxon From the hill on the ledge
Sheldon English From the shield farm
Shelley English From the ledge meadow
Shelley Anglo-Saxon From the ledge meadow
Shelny Anglo-Saxon From the ledge farm
Shelomo Hebrew Peaceful
Shelton English From the ledge farm Deep valley.
Shem Hebrew Name; renown. In the bible Shem was firstnamed of Noah's three sons.
Shemus Irish Supplanter
Shepard English Shepherd
Shepard Anglo-Saxon Shepherd
Shephard Anglo-Saxon Shepherd
Shepherd English Shepherd
Shepley English From the sheep meadow
Sheply Anglo-Saxon From the sheep meadow
Sheply English From the sheep meadow
Sherah Unknown Combination of Shierlyn and Rhandy (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sherard Anglo-Saxon Of glorious valor
Sherborne English From the clear brook
Sherbourn English From the clear brook
Sherbourne English From the clear brook
Sherburne English From the clear brook
Shereef Arabic Variant of Sharif Illustrious.
Sheridan Irish Untamed
Sheridan English Bright.
Sheridan Celtic Untamed
Sherif Arabic Variant of Sharif Illustrious.
Sherlock English Blond
Sherman English Cuts the nap of woolen cloth. Shireman In medieval times the shireman served as governor-judge of an English shire or county.
Sherman German shearman. In medieval times a shearman worked as a sheepshearer or finisher of cloth. Shermann
Shermon English Variant of Sherman meaning shireman or shearman.
Shermon German Variant of Sherman meaning shireman or shearman.
Sheron Irish Irish form of Geoffrey
Sherwin Anglo-Saxon Quick as the wind
Sherwin English Swift
Sherwood English From the bright forest
Sherwyn Anglo-Saxon Quick as the wind
Sherwyn English Swift
Shet Hebrew Compensation
Shey Irish Variant of Shea courteous.
Shilah Native American Brother (Navajo)
Shilo Hebrew The one to whom it belongs. In the bible Shiloh is a prophetic name for the Messiah; Also Shiloh is significant as the site of a crucial battle in the American Civil War.
Shiloh Hebrew The one to whom it belongs. In the bible Shiloh is a prophetic name for the Messiah; Also Shiloh is significant as the site of a crucial battle in the American Civil War.
Shim'on Hebrew Son of Simon
Shimshon Hebrew Bright sun
Shipley English From the sheep meadow
Shipton English From the sheep farm
Shiriki Native American Coyote (Pawnee)
Shishir Indian Cold season (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shitij Indian Direction (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shiye Native American Son (Navajo)
Shizhe'e Native American Father (Navajo)
Shjon Unknown Alternative spelling of Sean (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shkëmb Albanian It is a big and a strong stone. Rock. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shoemowetochawcawe Native American High backed wolf (Cheyenne)
Shohn Irish Gift from God. Variant of John and Jean. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shondee American Strong one (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shondraill Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shonn Irish Variant of John from Sean.
Shooter Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shravan Hindhu Hear (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shreshta Unknown The Best (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shrey Indian Marvelous (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shreyas Sanskrit (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shuban Unknown Auspicious (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shubham India Auspicious or lucky (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shuler German "student" or "scholar" (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shunnar Arabic Bird
Shuron Uknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Shykia Native American Shymoon (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sicheii Native American Grandfather (Navajo)
Sid English Variant of Sidney from St. Denis
Sid French Variant of Sidney from St. Denis
Siddael English From the wide valley
Siddell English From the wide valley
Siddhant Indian Priciple (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Siddharth India Buddha (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sidell English From the wide valley
Sidney French From St. Denys
Sidney English From St. Denis. Sidney is favored for boys; Sydney is almost entirely used for girls. Sydney
Sidwell English From the broad well
Siegfried German Victorious
Sigehere English Victorious
Sigenert Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Sigfreid Greek Victorious peace. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sigfrid German Victorious
Sigifrid German Victorious
Sigifrith German Victorious
Sigiwald German Victorious ruler
Sigmund German Victory; protection. Austrian psychologist Sigmund Freud. Note: This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc. 1995.
Sigwald German Victorious ruler
Sigwalt German Victorious ruler
Sihtric Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Sik'is Native American Friend (Navajo)
Sike Native American He sits at home (Navajo)
Sikyahonaw Native American Yellow bear (Hopi)
Sikyatavo Native American Yellow rabbit (Hopi)
Silas English Variant of Sylvanus from a Greek name meaning forest; woods. In the bible Silas was a missionary companion of Paul and Timothy.
Siler English Strong, handsome, intelligent (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Silsby English From Sill's farm
Silvain French Forest (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Silverio Spanish Variant of Sylvanus referring to the mythological Greek god of trees.
Silvester English Trees; sylvan. See also Sylvester and Silvano.
Silvester German Trees; sylvan. See also Sylvester and Silvano.
Silvestre French Trees; sylvan.
Silvino Spanish Variant of Sylvanus referring to the mythological Greek god of trees.
Silviu Romanian Variant of Silvius. Forest or woods. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sim Scottish Listener
Simao Hebrew Obedient
Simbarashe Zimbabwean Gods power (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Simcha Hebrew Joy
Simen Hebrew Obedient
Simeon Hebrew Obedient
Simeon English Variant of Simon meaning hear; listen.
Simon English Variant of a Hebrew name meaning hear; listen. In the bible Simon was the name of two apostles including Simon Peter.
Simon Hebrew Obedient
Simpiwe Xhosa We have been given (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Simpson Hebrew Son of Simon
Simson Hebrew Son of Simon
Sinai Hebrew From the clay desert
Sinclair English St. Clair.
Sinclair French St. Clair.
Sinclair Scottish From Saint Clair sur Elle
Sinclaire French St. Clair.
Sinclaire English St. Clair.
Sinjin French St. John
Sinjin English St. John
Sinley Anglo-Saxon Friendly
Sinon Hebrew Gift from God
Siodhachan Irish Little peaceful one
Siomon Hebrew Obedient
Sione Tongan John in English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Siraj Arabic Guiding Light. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sirius Greek Shining star, dog star, sparkling or burning. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sirvontae Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sittichai Thailand Success. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Siwili Native American Tail of the fox
Siyon Hebrew original for Zion (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Skah Native American White (Sioux)
Skandar Turkish Protecter of Mankind (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Skeat English Swift
Skeet English Swift
Skelton English From the estate on the ledge
Skene Scottish From Skene
Skete English Swift
Sketes English Swift
Skilyer (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Skipper English Captain
Skippere English Captain
Skipton English From the sheep estate
Skye English Refers to the Scottish Isle of Skye; a nature name referring to the sky.
Skyelar English Phonetic spelling of Schuyler.
Skylar English Phonetic spelling of Schuyler.
Skyler English Phonetic spelling of Schuyler.
Skylor English Phonetic spelling of Schuyler.
Slade English From the valley
Slaed English From the valley
Slaton English From the valley farm
Slayton English From the valley farm
Slean Anglo-Saxon Strikes
Slecg Anglo-Saxon Hammer
Sloan Celtic Fighter
Sloan Scottish Fighter; warrior. Surname.
Sloane Celtic Fighter
Smad English Loving man (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Smarit Sanskrit Remembrance (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Smedley English From the flat meadow
Smetheleah English From the flat meadow
Smith English Tradesman
Smyth English Tradesman
Smythe English Tradesman
Snell Anglo-Saxon Nold
Snowden English From the snowy hill
Soham Sanskrit It is believed in Indian culture that when a new baby is born he cry- Koham...Koham meaning who am I? in Sanskrit and Universe reply back to him Soham meaning "I am" (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sol Hebrew Peace. Variant of Shalom. In the bible Solomon (son of David and Bathsheba) succeeded his father as king of Israel and wrote Proverbs; Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon.
Solberg Alaskan Mountain of the Sun (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Solomon Hebrew Peace. Variant of Shalom. In the bible Solomon (son of David and Bathsheba) succeeded his father as king of Israel and wrote Proverbs; Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon.
Somer French Bom in summer
Somerset English From the summer settlers
Somerton English From the summer estate
Somerville French From the summer estate
Songaa Native American Strong
Sonnie English Son. A nickname and given name.
Sonny English Son. A nickname and given name.
Sonu Indian Gold (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sora Latin Sky (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sorel French Reddish brown hair
Soren French Reddish brown hair
Sorley Irish Viking
Sorrell French Reddish brown hair
Sousroqa Unknown Son of Princess Setanay the leader of the Narts (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Southie Unknown From the south (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Southwell English From the south spring
Sowi'ngwa Native American Black - tailed deer (Hopi)
Spalding English From the split meadow
Spandan Unknown Heart beat (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Spangler German Tinsmith
Spark English Gallant
Sparke English Gallant
Spear English Spear
Sped English Success
Speed English Success
Spelding English From the split meadow
Spence English Dispenser; provider.
Spencer English Keeper of provisions
Spengler German Tinsmith
Spenser English Dispenser; provider.
Spere English Spear
Sproul English Active
Sproule English Active
Sprowle English Active
Squier English Shieldbearer
Squire English Shieldbearer
Sreekar Indian Lord Vishnu in Hindu Mythology (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Srevatsa Unknown HUSBAND OF SRE( THE GOD FOR WEALTH) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Srinesh Hindu (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sruthair Irish From the stream
Sruthan Irish Poet
Stacey English Productive. Abbreviation of Eustace.
Stacy English Productive. Abbreviation of Eustace.
Staerling English A bird
Stafford English From the landing ford
Stamford English From the stony ford
Stan English Lives by the stony grove
Stanbeny English From the stone fortress
Stanburh English From the stone fortress
Stanbury English From the stone fortress
StancIyf English From the rocky diff
Stancliff English From the rocky diff
Standish English From the stony park
Stanedisc English From the stony park
Stanfeld English From the stony field
Stanfield English From the stony field
Stanford English Stony meadow. Surname.
Stanhop English From the stony hollow
Stanhope English From the stony hollow
Stanley English Lives by the stony grove
Stanly English Lives by the stony grove
Stanton English Stony meadow. Surname.
Stantun English From the stony farm
Stanway English Lives by the stony road
Stanweg English Lives by the stony road
Stanwic English From the stony village
Stanwick English From the stony village
Stanwik English From the stony village
Stanwode English From the stony forest
Stanwood English From the stony forest
Stanwyk English From the stony village
Starbuck English Star deer
Starling English A bird
Starr English Star
Stas Polish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Staunton English From the stony farm
Steadman Anglo-Saxon Dwells at the farm
Stearc Anglo-Saxon Severe
Stearn English Austere
Steathford English From the landing ford
Stedeman English Owns a farm
Stedman English Owns a farm
Stedman Anglo-Saxon Dwells at the farm
Steel American As strong as steel (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Steele English Hard; durable.
Stefaan Belgium The crowned One (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Stefan German Crown; wreath. Variant of Stephen.
Stefano Spanish Crown of laurels
Stefford English Crown; wreath. In the bible Stephen was the first Christian martyr. Surname.
Stefn Anglo-Saxon Stem
Stefon English Crown; wreath. In the bible Stephen was the first Christian martyr.
Stein German Stone
Steiner German stone.
Stellan Swedish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Stem English Austere
Stepan Anglo-Saxon Exalts
Stephan French Crown; wreath. Variant of Stephen.
Stéphane Greek Crowned one (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Stephen English Crown; wreath. In the bible Stephen was the first Christian martyr.
Stephenson English Crown; wreath. In the bible Stephen was the first Christian martyr. Surname.
Stephon English Crown; wreath. In the bible Stephen was the first Christian martyr.
Sterling German of high quality; pure.; Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning easterner. Surname.
Sterling English of high quality; pure.; Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning easterner. Surname.
Sterlyn English of high quality; pure.; Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning easterner.
Sterlyn German of high quality; pure.; Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning easterner.
Sterne English Austere
Stetson American Cowboy (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Stevan English Variant of Stephen Crown; wreath.
Steve English Abbreviation of Steven and Stephen often used as an independent name. Stevie is also used for girls.
Steven English Variant of Stephen Crown; wreath.
Stevenson English Variant of Stephen Crown; wreath.
Stevie English Abbreviation of Steven and Stephen often used as an independent name. Stevie is also used for girls.
Stevon English Variant of Stephen Crown; wreath.
Stevyn English Variant of Stephen Crown; wreath.
Steward English Bailiff
Stewart Anglo-Saxon Steward
Stewart Scottish Steward. A medieval steward was charged with the care of castle and estate affairs. Surname.
Stewart English Bailiff
Stewert Anglo-Saxon Steward
Stewert English Bailiff
Stewie Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Stigols English Stiles
Stiles English Stiles
Stilleman English Quiet
Stillman English Quiet
Stillman Anglo-Saxon Gentle
Stillmann English Quiet
Stilwell Anglo-Saxon From the tranquil stream
Stirling English of high quality; pure.; Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning easterner.
Stirling German of high quality; pure.; Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning easterner.
Stoc English From the tree stump
Stock English From the tree stump
Stockley English From the tree stump meadow
Stockwell English From the tree stump spring
Stocleah English From the tree stump meadow
Stocwiella English From the tree stump spring
Stod English Horse
Stodd English Horse
Stoddard English Keeper of horses
Stok English From the tree stump
Stoke English From the village
Stoneman Anglo Great Hunter (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Stoner English stone.
Stoney English Nickname based on the word stone. Stone
Storm Anglo-Saxon Storm
Storm English Tempest
Storme English Tempest
Stosh Unknown Mix between Steve and Josh. God of Salvation Crowns him. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Stowe English Place
Strahan Irish Poet
Strang English Powerful
Strang Anglo-Saxon Strong
Stratford English From the river ford on the street
Strod English From the thicket
Strong English Powerful
Stroud English From the thicket
Struan Scottish Stream
Struthers Irish From the stream
Stuart English Bailiff
Stuart Scottish Stuart and Stewart are clan names of the royal house of Scotland; Stuart is the family name of many kings of England. Surname.
Stuart Anglo-Saxon Steward
Sty]es English Stiles
Subhan Hindu Aware. One who is auspicious(Ganesha) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sucki Native American Black (Algonquin)
Sudeep Indian Great Bright Light (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suffield English From the south field
Sugn Celtic Mythical son of Sugnedudd
Sugru Mamprugu Patience (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suhaan Hindi Pleasant (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suhan Arabic (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suhayb Arabic (Arabic name meaning, "of reddish hair or complexion") (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suidhne Irish Little hero
Suileabhan Irish Black eyed
SUJAY Hindu Victory (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sulaiman Arabic Arabic form of Solomon
SulliMn Irish Black eyed
Sullivan Irish Dark eyes. Surname.
Sully English From the south meadow
Sumarville French From the summer estate
Sumernor English Summoner
Sumerton English From the summer estate
Sumertun English From the summer estate
Summit Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sumner English Summoner
Sumner French A summoner
Sun Irish From the town by the river Boyn
Sunil Unknown Blue (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suntaaye Athabaskan Morning Star (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sunukkuhkau Native American He crushes (Algonquin)
Suriya Unknown God of the Sun (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suryan Hindu The Sun (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
SutcIyf English From the south cliff
Sutcliff English From the south cliff
Suthclif English From the south cliff
Sutherland Scottish From Sutherland
Suthfeld English From the south field
Suthleah English From the south meadow
Suthley English From the south meadow
Sutirtha Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suttecliff English From the south cliff
Sutter Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Sutton English From the south farm
Suvir Indian Fighter or Knight (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Suzanna English Lily. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation.
Sveydi Latin A precious gift from GOD (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Swain English Knight's attendant
Swayam Sanskrit He, himself (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Swayn English Knight's attendant
Sweeney Irish Little hero
Swift Anglo-Saxon Swift
Swinton English From the swine farm
Swintun English From the swine farm
Swithun Anglo-Saxon Name of a saint
Syd French Variant of Sidney from St. Denis
Syd English Variant of Sidney from St. Denis
Sydney English From Sidon
Sydney French From St. Denys
Sylvester English See Silvester.
Symeon Hebrew Obedient
Symington English From Simon's estate
Symon English Variant of Simon meaning hear; listen.
Symontun English From Simon's estate
Synn Anglo-Saxon Sin
Syre Unknown From the Bible (Submitted by Babies Online Member)

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