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First Name Directory - Starting with S




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Sabine
Sabine is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Saskia
Saskia is a feminine name. There are at least two different sources of the name. One is said to be of Dutch origin, where it originally meant "a Saxon woman" (alteration of "Saxia"). The other, thought to be of Slavic origin, meant "protector of mankind".
Sibille
Sibylla is a female given name, which dates back to Greek mythology of the Sibyl. Are derived by Sibylle regions also named Sibille, Sibilla, and Sybel, or similar spellings (see variants below). Sibylle is ancient & #160; BC in the Phaedrus of Plato in Greek so for the first time to find a word for a divinely-inspired visionary and in writing about 370 BC. As a term for wise, prophetically gifted women, Sibylla then crosses the Latin language, especially of the early Middle Ages in different variants as the name in the other European language. Subsequently, Sibylle or Sibille in the first German Wörterbuchern was to find.
Sibyll
Sibylla is a female given name, which dates back to Greek mythology of the Sibyl. Are derived by Sibylle regions also named Sibille, Sibilla, and Sybel, or similar spellings (see variants below). Sibylle is ancient & #160; BC in the Phaedrus of Plato in Greek so for the first time to find a word for a divinely-inspired visionary and in writing about 370 BC. As a term for wise, prophetically gifted women, Sibylla then crosses the Latin language, especially of the early Middle Ages in different variants as the name in the other European language. Subsequently, Sibylle or Sibille in the first German Wörterbuchern was to find.
Siegrun
Sigrun is a feminine given name. Importance of old high German: sigu ' victory ' and runa "secret / r magic / in'.
Sigrun
Sigrun is a feminine given name. Importance of old high German: sigu ' victory ' and runa "secret / r magic / in'.
Silja
Silja is a feminine given name.
Simone
Simone is a female/male given name derived from Simon, Hebrew Simeon, meaning "one who hears". It first appeared in Iberia from the 10th century, as Jimena, Ximena. Simone itself is the French spelling; it is sometimes spelled Simonne.
Sinja
Holly is a female given name. The name comes as Sinje sin for "Sun" and Yes/each as a diminutive, so "little Sun" from Frisian and Saxon meaning.
Sinje
Jonathan is a female given name from the Scandinavian. Still, the name comes from the Italian or Saxon. Sin means Sun, each featuring the diminutive. The name means so so much like little sun. Name day is 11 March.
Susanne
Susanne is a feminine given name. It is a German and Scandinavian form of Susan, with Susann and Suzanne as variants.
Svenja
Svenja is a feminine given name used in German-speaking countries. Using of this name in other countries is very rare. Notable people with the first name Svenja are:
Sybil
Sibylla is a female given name, which dates back to Greek mythology of the Sibyl. Are derived by Sibylle regions also named Sibille, Sibilla, and Sybel, or similar spellings (see variants below). Sibylle is ancient & #160; BC in the Phaedrus of Plato in Greek so for the first time to find a word for a divinely-inspired visionary and in writing about 370 BC. As a term for wise, prophetically gifted women, Sibylla then crosses the Latin language, especially of the early Middle Ages in different variants as the name in the other European language. Subsequently, Sibylle or Sibille in the first German Wörterbuchern was to find.
Sybilla
Sibylla is a female given name, which dates back to Greek mythology of the Sibyl. Are derived by Sibylle regions also named Sibille, Sibilla, and Sybel, or similar spellings (see variants below). Sibylle is ancient & #160; BC in the Phaedrus of Plato in Greek so for the first time to find a word for a divinely-inspired visionary and in writing about 370 BC. As a term for wise, prophetically gifted women, Sibylla then crosses the Latin language, especially of the early Middle Ages in different variants as the name in the other European language. Subsequently, Sibylle or Sibille in the first German Wörterbuchern was to find.
Sybille
Sibylla is a female given name, which dates back to Greek mythology of the Sibyl. Are derived by Sibylle regions also named Sibille, Sibilla, and Sybel, or similar spellings (see variants below). Sibylle is ancient & #160; BC in the Phaedrus of Plato in Greek so for the first time to find a word for a divinely-inspired visionary and in writing about 370 BC. As a term for wise, prophetically gifted women, Sibylla then crosses the Latin language, especially of the early Middle Ages in different variants as the name in the other European language. Subsequently, Sibylle or Sibille in the first German Wörterbuchern was to find.
Sheryl
Sheryl is a female given name and may refer to:
Sylta
Paul is a feminine given name.





In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.


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