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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.


Saadia
Saadia (Arabic: سعدية‎‎, Hebrew: סעדיה‎‎) is an Arabic and Hebrew given name. According to some classical rabbinical sources, the name derives from the Hebrew verb Sa'ad (Hebrew: סעד‎‎, support), and means "supported god". However, according to researchers at the Wissenschaft des Judentums, it is a form of artificially Arabic name Sa'id (Happy سعيد). It is indeed common that Saadia speaking countries are also known as Sa'id.
Saara
Saara is a popular female given name in Finland, derived from the biblical name Sarah. Its nameday is celebrated on the 19th of July. As of 2012, almost 20,000 people in Finland have this name. It was most popular in the 1980s and the 1990s.
Sabia
Sabia is a feminine given name.
Sabiha
Sabiha is an Arabic word (صبيحة) meaning "morning" and a female given name. The name may refer to:
Sabine
Sabine is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sabrina
Saffet
Saffet is a Turkish given name mostly for males. People named Saffet include:
Safiya
Safiya (Arabic: صفية ‎‎) is a female muslim given name, meaning pure. Alternative transliteratoinas include Saffiyah, Safia and others.
Safiye
Safiye is a Turkish given name for females, a variant of the name Safiya. People named Safiye include:
Sahra
Sahra is a feminine given name.
Saida
Saida (also spelled Saeeda, or Sayeeda; Arabic: سعیدة) is the female version of the male Arabic name Sa‘id. It may refer to the following people:
Saima
Saima can be a Pakistani or Finnish feminine first name. People named Saima include:
Saki
Saki (咲) is a Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Salih
Salih (Arabic: Ṣāliḥ DMG) is the name of a prophet and a masculine given name of Arabic origin meaning fromm, the rules of the religion according to, also occurs in Turkish, as well as a family name. Daniel appears as a female first name.
Salma
Salma or Salmah is a feminine first name that means "peace" (سلمى) in Arabic. Also a Persian name meaning sweetheart. The name may refer to:
Salome
Sam
Saman
Saman (Urdu: سمن ‎) is a Middle Eastern female given name.
Samantha
Samantha is a female given name.
Samar
Samar is a Hindu boy name meaning Battlefield Commander originates from an ancient manuscript,Samarangana Sutradhara detailing techniques of warfare and ancient Hindu aeronautics, composed in Sanskrit by King Bhoja in the 11th Century A.D. The work is called Samarangana Sutradhara, or "Battlefield Commander"(sometimes abbreviated "the Samar"). It is also an Arabic given name meaning "evening conversations including Arabic music and poetry". Samar in Arabic is a cognate of the Hebrew name Shamar which means to preserve. Samar is a male/female name in Islamic culture and also means "fruit" or "reward". In Hindi, Samar is a male name and means "war" from the Sanskrit Samara.
Samira
Samira /sæˈmiːrə/ (also spelled Sameera) (Persian: سميرا‎‎). The Persian female name "Samira" has its known origins in Persian and Sanskrit. , Sanskrit: समीरा.
Samson
Samson is a feminine given name.
Sana
Sana is a feminine given name.
Sanaz
Sanaz (Persian: ساناز correct transliteration: sānāz) is a Persian female name meaning "full of grace", "Persian Princess" or "with pride". Alternative spellings include Sannaz. It is originally the name of a flower. The word "nāz" in the Iranian vocabulary signifies glory, elegance, young, pride.
Sandra
Sandra is a female name, which is often used as short form for Alexandra or Cassandra. Alexandra is a feminine form of the male name Alexander, which is a romanization of the Greek name Αλέξανδρος (Alexandros). It is generally interpreted to mean "protector of man" or "defender of man".
Sandrina
Sandrine is a French female given name.
Sandrine
Sandrine is a popular French female name. It is a diminutive form of Sandra, a shortened form of Alexandra, the female version of Alexander, which means Protector of Men. There are variants such as Sandrilene.
Sandy
Sanita
Sanita is a Latvian feminine given name. Its name day is September 14.
Sanna
Sanna or Sanne is a female name. It is a Scandinavian short form of Susanna that in turn is a Greek version of a Hebrew name meaning "lily".
Santa
Santa is a Latvian feminine given name. The name day of persons named Santa is September 14.
Sara
Sara is a feminine given name.
Sarah
Sarah (alternatively spelled Sara) is a Jewish feminine given name found in many different areas of the world. Sarah is a consistently popular given name across Europe and North America, as well as in the Middle East—being commonly used as a female first name by Jews, Christians and Muslims alike, and remaining popular also among non-religious members of cultures influenced by these religions.
Sari
Sari is a feminine given name.
Sarine
Sarine is a feminine given name.
Sascha
Sasha
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".
Satu
Satu is a popular female given name in Finland, meaning fairy tale or fable. Its nameday is celebrated on the 18th of October. As of 2012, more than 26500 people in Finland have this name. The names peak popularity was in the 1960's and the 70's.
Saveria
Saveria is a feminine given name.
Sedef
Salgado is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin meaning "Shell", "Shell"; "Mother of Pearl", which is also a family name.
Sefa
Sefa is a Turkish male and female name, which occurs as a family name. In the German-speaking world, Sefa is also used as an abbreviation for the female given name Josefa.
Sefer
Sefer (Turkish for "Journey, journey", also "campaign, war") is a Turkish male and female name, which is also in the Albanian and Bosnian language.
Selda
Selda is a Turkish feminine given name. People named "Selda" include:
Selin
Selin is a feminine given name.
Selina
Selma
Selma is a feminine name of uncertain origin. It could be a form of Selima, which in turn is a name first recorded in a poem by Thomas Gray (died 1771). One possibility is that Selima was influenced by the Arabic name Selim meaning "peace". The use of Selma in Germany and Scandinavia stems from the Ossianic poetry of James Macpherson (died 1796), where it appears as a place name. Its specific popularity in Sweden is likely due to the Selma poems of Frans Michael Franzén (died 1847). It was later introduced into Denmark by Swedish immigrants, after which it likely became more common do to the works of the author Selma Lagerlöf (died 1940).
Sema
SEMA is a Turkish and Kurdish female name of Arabic origin meaning "The sky".
Semih
Semih is a Turkish given name for males, meaning Generous and also Worthy and Great. Semiha is the female form. People named Semih include:


Semiha
Semiha is a Turkish female given name and may refer to:
Semra
Semra is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Senta
Senta is a feminine given name.
Serafina
Seraphina or Serafina is a given name, and may refer to:
Serap
Roy is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin.
Sercan
Sercan is a Turkish given name and may refer to:
Serena
Serēna is a feminine given name. It is derived from the Latin word serēnus, meaning "clear, tranquil, serene". This name was borne by an obscure early saint, Saint Serena of Rome. People named Serena include:
Serpil
Serpil is a common feminine Turkish given name. It may refer to:
Servet
Salvi is an Albanian and Turkish male and female name of Arabic origin meaning "Fortune, prosperity (wealth)".
Seval
Şevval is a female Turkish name and means "take it like/with love".
Sevgi
Sevgi is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevgi" means "Love".
Sevil
Sevil is a common feminine Turkish given name. "Sevil" derives from "Sev". In Turkish, "Sev" means "to Love" and "Sevil" means the "be Loved".
Sevim
Sevim is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevim" means "Charm" and/or "Appeal".
Sevin
Sevin is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevin" means "Love her!" and/or "Rejoice!".
Seyran
Seyran is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sezen
Sezen is a Turkish given name and surname. Notable people with the name include:
Sheila
Sheila is a feminine given name.
Shelagh
Shelagh is a feminine given name.
Shila
Shila is a feminine given name.
Shirin
Shirin is a feminine given name.
Shirley
Shpresa
Shpresa is an Albanian female name, with the meaning "hope" (shpresë).
Sian
Sian is a feminine given name.
Sibel
Sibel is a Turkish female given name. People named Sibel include:
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.
Sibylla
Sibylla is a feminine given name.
Sibylle
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).
Sida
Sida is a feminine given name.
Sidonia
Sidonie
Sieglind
Sieglinde
Siegrid
Siegrun
Sigrun is a feminine given name. Importance of old high German: sigu ' victory ' and runa "secret / r magic / in'.
Signe
Signe is a feminine given name.
Sigrid
Sigrid /ˈsiːɡrɪd/ is a Scandinavian given name for women from Old Norse Sigríðr, meaning "victory", "wisdom", and "beautiful". Sigrid = Sigr + fríðr ("victory" and "beautiful", respectively). Common nicknames include Siri, Sigga, Sig, Sigi, Siggy, Silggian, Siririgrid, and Sickan. The Latvian version of the name is Zigrīda.
Sigrun
Sigrun is a feminine given name. Importance of old high German: sigu ' victory ' and runa "secret / r magic / in'.
Siiri
Siri or Siiri is a feminine given name. Siri is a Scandinavian minor by Sigrid or a variant of the Finnish female given name Siro.
Silja
Silja is a feminine given name.
Silka
Silke
Silva
Silva is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is October 11.
Silvana
Silvia
Silvia is an Italian female given name of Latin origin, with English-language cognate Sylvia. The name originates from the Latin word for forest Silva and its meaning is spirit of the wood. The mythological god of the forest was associated with the figure of Silvanus.
Simona
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.
Simonetta
Simonetta is a first and family name.
Sina
Sina is a feminine given name.
Sinaida
Sinaida is a feminine given name.


Sinikka
Sinikka is a Finnish female given name. Its nameday is celebrated on the 2nd of September. In Finland, it began to be used in the 1930s, and it reached its peak of popularity in the 1940s and 1950s. As of 2012 there are over 55,000 with this name in Finland.
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.
Siobhan
Siobhán (Irish pronunciation [ˈʃɪwaːn̪ˠ] or [ʃəˈvˠaːn̪ˠ], English pronunciation [ʃəˈvɔːn)] or Siobhán is a female Irish given name. He is originally derived from Hebrew and means "God is gracious". Siobhán is derived from the Norman Jehanne and French Jeanne, the feminine form of Jean, which is derived from the Hebrew language. He was introduced in Ireland, as the Normans ruled the country. The name was forgotten, as the use of the Irish language was placed under punishment. His popularity rose mid-20th century, as well as many other Irish names like Áine and Aoife. In addition, the celebrity of actress Siobhán McKenna contributed that the name was called again in the memory.
Siri
Siri or Siiri is a feminine given name.
Siro
Snezana
Snjezana
Sofie
Sophia (Σοφία, Greek for "Wisdom") is a female given name. Originally it referred to the virtue or divine wisdom, later several saints have borne this name.
Sofija
Sophia (Σοφία, Greek for "Wisdom") is a female given name. Originally it referred to the virtue or divine wisdom, later several saints have borne this name.
Solange
As long as [soˈlɑ̃ʒ] is a female given name.
Soledad
Soledad, Spanish for "solitude", often refers to María de la Soledad (Our Lady of Solitude), a variant name of Mary the mother of Jesus, in Roman Catholic tradition
Solveg
Solveig is a feminine given name. Solveg Solvei, Jagadish, Danish: Solvej, Solvey, Hannah, Swedish: Ashraf, Burhan, Solwieg, Solwig, solvi, Solvy, Norwegian: Solvejg, Latvian: Solveiga. In Sweden solvi and Solvy are also considered formation of sol Sun and vi Holy, sanctified. The Danish name SOLVEJ is composed of sol (Sun) and vej (way).
Solveig
Solveig is a female given name of Old Norse origin. It is most common in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Iceland. Also common in Germany and France. It can mean either daughter of the sun or the sun's path.
Solveigh
Solveig is a feminine given name. Solveg Solvei, Jagadish, Danish: Solvej, Solvey, Hannah, Swedish: Ashraf, Burhan, Solwieg, Solwig, solvi, Solvy, Norwegian: Solvejg, Latvian: Solveiga. In Sweden solvi and Solvy are also considered formation of sol Sun and vi Holy, sanctified. The Danish name SOLVEJ is composed of sol (Sun) and vej (way).
Solvey
Solveig is a feminine given name. Solveg Solvei, Jagadish, Danish: Solvej, Solvey, Hannah, Swedish: Ashraf, Burhan, Solwieg, Solwig, solvi, Solvy, Norwegian: Solvejg, Latvian: Solveiga. In Sweden solvi and Solvy are also considered formation of sol Sun and vi Holy, sanctified. The Danish name SOLVEJ is composed of sol (Sun) and vej (way).
Solvig
Solveig is a feminine given name. Solveg Solvei, Jagadish, Danish: Solvej, Solvey, Hannah, Swedish: Ashraf, Burhan, Solwieg, Solwig, solvi, Solvy, Norwegian: Solvejg, Latvian: Solveiga. In Sweden solvi and Solvy are also considered formation of sol Sun and vi Holy, sanctified. The Danish name SOLVEJ is composed of sol (Sun) and vej (way).
Solwieg
Solveig is a feminine given name. Solveg Solvei, Jagadish, Danish: Solvej, Solvey, Hannah, Swedish: Ashraf, Burhan, Solwieg, Solwig, solvi, Solvy, Norwegian: Solvejg, Latvian: Solveiga. In Sweden solvi and Solvy are also considered formation of sol Sun and vi Holy, sanctified. The Danish name SOLVEJ is composed of sol (Sun) and vej (way).
Sona
Sona is a feminine given name.
Sondra
Sondra is a female given name adopted from the English-speaking world. The origin is unclear.
Sonia
Sonia is a feminine given name in many areas of the world including the West, Russia, Iran, and South Asia. Sonia and its variant spellings Sonja and Sonya are Russian variations on Sophia, a Greek name meaning "wisdom". The name was popularised by a 1917 bestselling novel, Sonia: Between Two Worlds, by Stephen McKenna.
Sonja
Sonja is a female given name.
Sonya
Sonya is a female given name.
Sophia
Sophia, also spelled Sofia, is a female name derived from σοφία, the Greek word for "Wisdom". The name was used to represent the personification of wisdom.
Sophie
Sophie (meaning "Wisdom") is the diminutive of Sophia. Notable people with the name include:
Soraya
Soraya (Persian: ثريا ) is a feminine given name of Persian origin.
Sotirios
Sotirios (Greek Σωτήριος) is a male given name οf Greek origin, it means salvation (σωτηρία, σωτήριος). Sotiris (Greek Σωτήρης) is a common variant of Sotirios. Sotiria (Greek Σωτηρία) is the female version of the name.
Stefana
Stefanie (also, Stephanie) is the feminine form of the name Stefan, the originally in ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; Meant "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred"). In the later plays, but almost always a reference to one of the saints of this name is to assume.
Stefania
Stephanie, Estafania, Estefania (also used in Spanish), Estephanie (also used in Spanish), Esteva, Fanya, Phanya, Stefa (also used in Polish), Stefanee, Steffa, Steffaney, Steffani, Steffine, Stefia, Stefne, Stepania (also used in Russian), Stepanie, Stephana, Stephanas, Stephane, Stephanee, Stephania, Stephanida, Stephann, Stephene, Stepheney, Stephia, Stephianie, Stephie, Stephine, Stephnie, Stephy, Stevana, Stevanee, Stevena, Stevonna, Stevonne, Stevy, Teena, Zephania, and Zephanie. Other English forms include the shortenings Stef, Steph, Stepha, and Stephi, the familiar forms Fanny (also used in French), Steffi (also used in German, and Greek), Steffie, Stefi, Stevey, Stevi, and Stevie, and the spelling variants Stefaney, Stefanie (also used in French, and German), Stefany, Steffanie, Steffany, Stepfanie, Stephaine, Stephaney, Stephani, Stephannie, Stephany, Stephenie, Stephney, and Stephyne.
Stefanie
Stefanie (also, Stephanie) is the feminine form of the name Stefan, the originally in ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; Meant "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred"). In the later plays, but almost always a reference to one of the saints of this name is to assume.
Stela
Stella
Stella is a feminine given name of Latin and Italian origin, meaning "star".
Stephane
Stephane is a feminine given name.
Stephanie
Stefanie (also, Stephanie) is the feminine form of the name Stefan, the originally in ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; Meant "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred"). In the later plays, but almost always a reference to one of the saints of this name is to assume.
Suat
Suat is a Turkish given name mostly for males. People named Suat include:
Suha
Suha or "Soha" is an Arabic feminine given name meaning "beautiful, amazing" It is also the name of a star, Al-Suha in the Ursa Major constellation. There is a belief that only people with perfect eyesight and inner wisdom can benefit from the light of this star. Bearers of this name are attractive, charismatic, intelligent, high achieving, kind women with integrity and humility.
Sulamith
Suna
Susan
Susan is a feminine given name.
Susanna
Susanna is a feminine first name. It is not very common in the US, and is found there predominantly among the American Jewish community.[citation needed] It is the name of women in the Biblical books of Daniel and Luke. It is often spelled Susannah, although Susanna is the original spelling.[citation needed] It is derived from Σουσάννα (Sousanna), the Greek form of the Hebrew שושנה Shoshannah, meaning lily (from Lilium family). سوسن (Susan) is the Persian spelling of this name. The spelling Susanna is used in Sweden, Italy, the Netherlands and Finland, as well as in the English-speaking world. The spelling Zuzana is used in Czech Republic and Slovakia and spelling Zsuzsanna in Hungary. In Poland it is Zuzanna. Even though very uncommon, it is also spelled Susana in Spain and Portugal, where it is more common.
Susanne
Susanne is a feminine given name. It is a German and Scandinavian form of Susan, with Susann and Suzanne as variants.
Susi
Susi is a feminine given name.
Susy
Susy is a feminine given name.
Suzana
Zusana (mainly Sorbian), Suzana (mainly South-Slavic), Zuzana (mainly Czech and Slovak) and Zuzanna (Polish) are west and South Slavic variants of the female first name Susanne.
Suzanne
Suzanne is a common female given name that was particularly popular in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s. It remained in the top 200 most popular names in the United States between 1930 and the late 1980s. Form of the Hebrew name שׁוֹשַׁנָּה (Shoshannah).[citation needed] This was derived from the Hebrew word שׁוֹשָׁן (shoshan) meaning "lily" (in modern Hebrew this also means "rose").[citation needed] However, it has also been regularly used in English speaking countries since before the start of the 20th century. It may also be spelled Susanne, and common diminutives are Sue and Suzy.
Suzie
Svanhild
Svea
Svea is a feminine given name.
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:
Svetlana
Svetlana (Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian: Светлана; Belarusian: Святла́на; Ukrainian: Світла́на) is a common Slavic female name, deriving from the Slavic root свет svet, which translates into English as "light", "shining", "luminescent", "pure", "blessed", or "holy", depending upon context similar if not the same as the word Shwet in Sanskrit. The name was coined by Alexander Vostokov and popularized by Vasily Zhukovsky in his eponymous ballad, first published in 1813. The name is also used in Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia, and Serbia, with a number of occurrences in non-Slavic countries.


Swantje
Swetlana
Swetlana is a feminine given name.
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.
Sylke
Sylta
Paul is a feminine given name.
Sylvana
Sylvia
Sylvia is a feminine given name.
Sylvie
Sylvie is a feminine given name.
Shams
Shams is the Arabic word for "sun" (شمس).
Saša
Saša is a South Slavic given name. It is a diminutive of Aleksandar (see Sasha), but in the South Slavic countries it is often a formal name as well. It may refer to:
Skyler
The name Skyler or Skylar is an Anglicized spelling of the surname and given name Schuyler.
Shuko
Shuko, Shūko or Shuuko (written: 周子 or 修子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Selçuk
Selçuk is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Selçuk" means "eloquent", "silver-tongued", and/or "golden-mouthed".[citation needed]
Sahar
Sahar is a feminine given name. The name is used Azeri Turkish, Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian speakers. In Persian, the name means "just before dawn", referring to a poetic word for the crescent moon.
Saira
Sajida
Sajida is an Arabic given name for females. People named Sajida include:
Sakhra
Sakhra or Sakhrah is a feminine given name which is used in the Arab world and in Muslim majority countries.
Sakina
Sakinah (Arabic: سكينة‎‎) is a word derived from sukun meaning "peace", "serenity" or "tranquility". It appears in the Qur'an.
Samiya
Samiya is the primary transliteration of two Arabic female given names سمیعہ‎ (also spelled as Sameea) and سامية‎ (also spelled as Samia).
Sania
Sania (Urdu: ثانیہ ‎, hindi : सानिया) is a Hindu/Urdu Indian feminine given name, which means "brillant", "radiant" and "splendid".
Shahd
Shahd is an Arabic feminine given name, which means "pure honey". The name may refer to:
Sherine
Sherine (شيرين) is originally a Persian female given name, but later adopted by the Arabs. People named Sherine include:
Shumaila
Shumaila (Arabic/Persian/Urdu:شمائلہ) (IPA:ʃʊmaːʔɪləh) is an Arabic female Muslim name meaning beautiful face.
Sumaya
Sumaya or Soumaya (Arabic: سمية sumaya) is a feminine given name of Arabic origin.
Sheryl
Sheryl is a female given name and may refer to:
Siana
Siana is a feminine given name with multiple meanings and pronunciations. It is a diminutive of Siân, the Welsh form of Jane and means "God is gracious." Siana means "the plentiful springs" in the Maasai language. It is also a name used by Sikhs in India meaning "wise." The Bulgarian name Сияна is also usually transliterated as Siana. It was among the top 10 most popular names given to newborn girls in Bulgaria in 2012.
Snežana
Snežana (Serbian Cyrillic: Снежана) is a Slavic female name meaning "snow woman." It is derived from the Serbian words "sneg," meaning "snow" and "žena," meaning woman. Other spellings are Snezhana, used in Russia, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Snježana, used in Croatia and Bosnia.
Stanislava
Stanislava or Stanisława is the female form of the Slavic given name Stanislav, which means "one who achieves glory". It is most often found in the Slavic countries of central and eastern Europe. The name may refer to:
Slavena
Slavena - is a feminine given name of Slavic origin meaning: Slavic Woman or fame, glory. Pronounced slah-vyeh-nah. Short form Slavka is official name. Masculine form is Slaven.
Shanna
Shanna is an feminine given name. Its origins derive as an anglicisation of Sionna meaning "possessor of wisdom." or as a common diminutive of Shannon meaning "wise river." An alternate spelling of Shanna can be Shana.
Sini
Sini is a Finnish female given name. Its nameday is celebrated on the 2nd of September. In Finland, it began to be used in the 1930s, and it reached its peak of popularity in the 1980s and 1990s. As of 2012 there are over 9000 women with this name in Finland.
Séraphine
Stéphanie
Stéphanie is a French feminine given name. It may refer to :
Stamatia
Stamatia (Greek: Σταματία or Σταματια) is a Greek feminine given name. Its diminutives are Stamatina, Stamatoula, Matina, Matoula, Mata, Stamela, Stamata and Stamati. The masculine forms of the name are Stamatos and Stamatis.
Saloni
Saloni (hindi : सलोनी) is a Hindi/Sanskrit female name of Indian origin, which means "beautiful" and "charming".
Sampasree
The name of a girl is generally used in Eastern India (states of Orissa, Bengal, Assam) and has its origins in Sanskrit.
Sanah
Sanah is a Pakistani/Indian/Hindu/Afghanin name meaning "Beloved".[citation needed] The meaning in Arabic is Illumination
Sandhya
Satyana
Satyana is female given name. From Indian's language Sanskrit which means truth, true. Pronounced SAHT-ya-na. Nickname is Saša.
Savitri
In Hinduism, Savitri or Savithri is a term for the consort of Brahma and may also refer to:
Sharmila
Sharmila (hindi : शर्मिला) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular feminine given name, which means "comfort", "joy" and"protection".
Sheela
Sheela (hindi : शीला) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular feminine given name, which means "character" and "good conduct".
Sheetal
Sheetal (hindi : शीतल) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian name given name, which means "cool".
Shilpa
Shilpa (hindi : शिल्पा) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "decoration", "ornament" and "work of art".
Shreya
Shreya (hindu : श्रेया) is a Hindi/Sanskrit contemporary feminine given name, which means "auspicious" or "lucky". It is also another name of the goddess Lakshmi. Shreya is a very common name.
Shweta
Shweta (Hindi: श्वेता) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "fair", "fair one", "lovely", "pure" and "white". Shweta originates from the Sanskrit language. It signifies the Hindu goddess of knowledge, education and intellect, Saraswati. Saraswati is also known as "Shwetambara". Also, "Shwet" means white in Sanskrit, which signifies purity.
Sneha
Sneha (Hindi: स्नेहा) is a Hindu Indian popular feminine given name, which means "love".
Sudha
Sudha (hindi : सुधा) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular feminine given name, which means "living water".


Sujata
Sujātā (Hindi: सुजाता) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular feminine given name, which means "birth", "from a good family origin" and"origin".
Sulochana
Sulochana (Hindi: सुलोचना, "one with beautiful eyes") is a popular Indian feminine given name, and may refer to:
Supriya
Supriya is mentioned in the ancient Mahabharata epic as the second wife of famed warrior Karna.
Sushma
Sushma is a Indian feminine given name. It means "sparkling beauty" or "beautiful women",.
Susmita
Susmita (also spelled as Sushmita and Sushmitha) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "women having lovely smile".
Swetha
Swetha (hindi : श्वेता) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "pure as milk".
Saina
Saina (Saïna, Sayena,Sayna) is a female name which originated from Iran . However, this name is somewhat uncommon in Iran because it stands for Simorgh (Simurgh, Simurg, Phoenix). Simorgh, being a mythological creature, is mostly in shape of a bird who descended to earth from heaven, is a symbol for all that is good and pure, making the name a representation of everything that is heavenly. Women with this name are often referred to as having a heavenly behaviour and are interested in philosophy and public welfare.
Shanzay
Shanzay (also spelled Shanzae, "Shanzeh", Persian & Urdu: شانزے‎) is a feminine given name in Pakistan, which has the meaning Woman of Dignity.
Sadhbh
Sadhbh (also spelled Sadb, Saibh, Sadbh, Sadhb; anglicised Sive or Saeve) is an Irish feminine personal name. Derived from Proto-Celtic *sŭādŭā '(the) sweet and lovely (lady)', the name is cognate with the initial elements in the attested Gallic names Suadu-gena and Suadu-rix and with Sanskrit svādú-, Ancient Greek hedýs, Latin suāvis (compare Suada), Tocharian B swāre and Modern English sweet.
Saoirse
Saoirse (Irish pronunciation: [ˈsˠiːɾʲʃə], [ˈsˠeːɾʲʃə] or [ˈsˠɯːɾʲʃə]; roughly SEER-shə) is an Irish and Scottish female given name meaning "freedom", which became popular in Ireland in the 1920s.
Shauna
Shauna is a female given name and spelling variant of Shawna. It is derived from the male name Shawn or Sean, both forms of John.
Sinéad
Sinéad (/ʃᵻˈneɪd/ shi-NADE; Irish pronunciation: [ˈʃɪnʲeːd̪ˠ] or [ʃɪˈnʲeːd̪ˠ]), is an Irish feminine name. It is derived from the French Jeanette, which is cognate to the English Janet, itself a feminine form of the Hebrew Yohannan, "God forgave/God gratified". Sinéad is also commonly spelled Sinead. The name "Sinéad" is generally translated into English as either "Jane" or "Jennifer", or as the female version of the Scottish name "Jean".
Sorcha
Sorcha is a Gaelic feminine given name. It is common to both the Irish and Scottish Gaelic languages, and is derived from a Gaelic word meaning "brightness".
Sachie
Sachie (written: 幸恵 or 沙知絵) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sachiko
Sachiko (サチコ, さちこ?) is a fairly common Japanese feminine given name that means "child of bliss." It also means "happiness" when it is written with the kanji characters 幸子. One common short form of the name is Sachi.
Sadako
Sadako is a Japanese name, used for females. The same name can be written with a variety of kanji, and the meanings of the name differ accordingly:
Saeko
Saeko is a Japanese given name for females. It can be written a number of different ways in Japanese, though all are pronounced and romanized the same:
Sakie
Sakie (written: 咲江) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sakiko
Sakiko (written: 咲子 or 紗己子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sakura
Sakura (さくら, サクラ) is a common Japanese feminine given name which can also be used as a surname.
Sakurako
Sakurako (written 桜子 or 櫻子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sanae
Sanae is a Japanese feminine given name and personal name, which may refer to:
Saori
Saori is a Japanese girls name.
Satoko
Satoko (さとこ, サトコ) is a Japanese female given name.
Satomi
Satomi (さとみ, サトミ?) Japanese given name which is also used as a surname.
Sawako
Sawako (written: 佐和子, 爽子 or さわ子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Saya
Sayaka
Sayaka is a common female Japanese given name.
Sayako
Sayako is a female Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sayoko
Sayoko (written: 小夜子, 紗代子, 佐代子, 沙代子 or 咲世子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sayumi
Sayumi (written: さゆみ in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seiko
Seiko (聖子, 青子, 晴子, 清子, 正子, etc., Seiko?) is a Japanese given name, almost exclusively used for females. People that have the name include:
Setsuko
Setsuko is a female Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeko
Shigeko (written: 成子 or 滋子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shiho
Shiho (Japanese: 志保, 志穂) is a Japanese given name.
Shiina
Shiina (詩菜?) is a Japanese given name.
Shimako
Shimako (written: 嗣麻子, 志摩子 or 志摩子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shinako
Shinako (written: 姿子 or 品子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shino
Shiori
Shiori (しおり, シオリ?) is a Japanese feminine given name which is also occasionally used by males.
Shizue
Shizue (written: 静枝, しずえ in hiragana or シヅエ in katakana) is a feminine Japanese given name, also romanized as Shidzue. Notable people with the name include:
Shizuko
Shizuko (しずこ, シズコ, 静子?) is a Japanese given name used for females.
Shoko
Shoko can refer to:
Sumika
Sumika (written: 純夏 or 鈴美) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sumiko
Sumiko (written: 純子, 澄子, 寿美子, スミ子 or すみ子) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sumire
Sumire (菫, すみれ, スミレ?) is a feminine Japanese given name.
Suzue
Suzue (written: 鈴江 or すずえ in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Suzuko
Suzuko (written: 鈴子 or すずこ in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sang-mi
Sang-mi is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 35 hanja with the reading "sang" and 33 hanja with the reading "mi" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seo-hyeon
Seo-hyeon, also spelled Seo-hyun, is a Korean feminine given name. It was the fourth-most popular name for baby girls born in South Korea in 2008, rising to third place in 2009. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 38 hanja with the reading "seo" and 68 hanja with the reading "hyeon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.


Seo-yeon
Seo-yeon is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 38 hanja with the reading "seo" and 39 hanja with the reading "yeon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. Seo-yeon was the most popular name for baby girls in South Korea in 2008 and 2009. In 2010 it was also the most popular new name for adult women changing their names from previous names such as those which they felt were too old-fashioned.
Seo-yun
Seo-yun, also spelled Seo-yoon, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 38 hanja with the reading "seo" and 15 hanja with the reading "yun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It became a popular name for newborn South Korean girls in the early 21st century, coming in fifth in 2008 and 2009, and rising to first in 2015 with 3,048 out of 211,403 newborn girls being given the name Seo-yun that year.
Seol-hee
Seol-hee is a Korean feminine given name.
Seon-ok
Seon-ok, also spelled Sun-ok or Son-ok, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 41 hanja with the reading "seon" and five hanja with the reading "ok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seong-ja
Seong-ja, also spelled Sung-ja, is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "seong" and 28 hanja with the reading "ja" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Typically, "ja" is written with the hanja meaning "child" (子). Names ending with this hanja, such as Young-ja and Jeong-ja, were popular when Korea was under Japanese rule, but declined in popularity afterwards. The hanja used to write the name Seong-ja also correspond to a number of different Japanese given names; for example, both 成子 and 聖子 can be read as the name Seiko.
Seung-ah
Seung-ah is a Korean female given name.
Shin-hye
Shin-hye is a Korean female given name
Si-yeon
Si-yeon, also spelled Shi-yeon, is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 39 hanja with the reading "si" and 39 hanja with the reading "yeon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
So-hyun
So-hyun is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 45 hanja with the reading "so" and 68 hanja with the reading "hyun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
So-won
So-won is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 45 hanja with the reading "so" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It is homophonous with the ordinary Korean word sowon meaning wish or hope.
So-yi
So-yi is a Korean female given name.
So-young
So-young is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 45 hanja with the reading "so" and 34 hanja with the reading "young" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Soo-ah
Soo-ah, also spelled Su-a, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 67 hanja with the reading "soo" and 29 hanja with the reading "ah" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sook-ja
Sook-ja, is a Korean female given name. According to South Korean government data, it was the fifth-most popular name for newborn girls in 1940. The characters used to write this name can also be read as a number of different Japanese female given names, including Yoshiko and Toshiko.
Soon-hee
Soon-hee, also spelled Sun-hui, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 31 hanja with the reading "soon" and 24 hanja with the reading "hee" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Soon-ja
Soon-ja, also spelled Sun-ja, is a Korean female given name. According to South Korean government data it was the seventh-most popular name for baby girls in 1940. The same characters correspond to a number of Japanese female given names, including the on'yomi reading Junko and the kun'yomi readings Ayako, Masako, Michiko, Nobuko, and Yoshiko. It is one of a number of Japanese-style names ending in "ja", like Young-ja and Jeong-ja, that were popular when Korea was under Japanese rule, but declined in popularity afterwards. By 1950 there were no names ending in "ja" in the top ten.
Su-mi
Su-mi, also spelled Soo-mi, is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 67 hanja with the reading "su" and 33 hanja with the reading "mi" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sun-hee
Sun-hee is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 41 hanja with the reading "sun" and 24 hanja with the reading "hee" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sun-hwa
Sun-hwa, also spelled Seon-hwa, is a Korean female given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write the name. There are 41 hanja with the reading "sun" and 15 hanja with the reading "hwa" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Sun-mi
Sun-mi, also spelled Seon-mi, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 41 hanja with the reading "sun" and 33 hanja with the reading "mi" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sun-ok
Sun-ok, also spelled Soon-ok, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 31 hanja with the reading "sun" and five hanja with the reading "ok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sung-mi
Examples: 晟美, 聖美, and others
Sung-sook
Sung-sook is a Korean feminine given name.
Sarma
Sarma is a feminine Latvian given name. Its name day is May 18.
Sarmīte
Sarmīte is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is December 9.
Sigita
Sigita is a Lithuanian and Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is July 31.
Silvija
Silvija is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is March 10.
Skaidrīte
Skaidrīte is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated Latvian name day is February 28.
Smaida
Smaida is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is January 11.
Sniedze
Sniedze is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is December 2.
Solvita
Solvita is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is January 1.
Spodra
Spodra is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is January 4.
Silje
Silje is a Norwegian given female name. Is a short form of the Latin female name Caecilia / Cecilie - and this is again the feminine form of the family name Caecilius which is formed from the Latin adjective Caecus, "blind". Notable people with the name include:
Sissel
Sissel is a Norwegian female given name, a variant of Cecilia.
Sunniva
Saint Sunniva (10th century; Old Norse Sunnifa, from Old English Sunngifu) is the patron saint of the Norwegian Diocese of Bjørgvin, as well as all of Western Norway.
Sanober
Sanober (Urdu: صنوبر ‎) is a Middle Eastern female given name. Sanober means pine tree.
Shabana
Shabana is a feminine given name. People named Shabana include:
Sheena
Sheena is an anglicisation of Sine, the Scottish Gaelic form of the name Jane, in turn the feminine form of John. Of Hebrew origin, it means "God is gracious".
Shona
Shona is a female name of Gaelic origin, cognate to the English "Jane".
Şaziye
Şaziye is a Turkish given name for females. People named Şaziye include:
Şebnem
Şebnem also spelled as Shabnam is a Turkish name (from Persian: شبنم Shabnam‎‎) meaning dew. It is very popular in Iran, Turkey, and Azerbaijan. Şebnem may refer to:
Şenay
Şenay is a feminine Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Şermin
Şermin is a feminine Turkish given name.
Sevinç
Sevinç is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sevinç" means "Joy", "Happiness" or "Glee".
Sıla
Sıla (pronounced as "sla")is a Turkish masculine and feminine name. It has a meaning of "reunite with relatives and loved ones who live in the birthplace/hometown" It may refer to:
Sinem
Sinem is a Turkish feminine given name.
Şirin
Şirin is a Turkish form of the name Sherine. Notable people with the name include:
Songül
Songül is a Turkish given name for females. People named Songül include:
Şükran
Şükran is a Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Şule


Sumru
Sumru is an Arabic-origin word which refers to the highest part of something; peak or summit.
Süyümbike
Süyümbike is a common Turkish given name. The name is produced by using two Turkish words: Süyüm and Büke (origin of Bike). In Turkish, "Süyüm" means "Lovely" and "Büke" means "Queen" and/or "Woman". Therefore it means "lovely queen" or "lovely woman"
Şafak
Şafak (Turkish for "Dawn, Dawn") is a predominantly male, but also female Turkish first name and surname of Arabic origin. Outside of the Turkish language, the non-Turkish spelling of s occurs sporadically.
Sanel
Saaya is a Bosnian name. He is the male form of the female given name Saba. Sabbagh's first name is probably derived from the Bosnian word "San" which means dream.
Sayan
Sayan is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Saygun
Saygun is a Turkish male and female first name and family name as a variant of Sackey. Sackey has the meaning "seen".
Şen
Şen is a Turkish female and male first name and family name meaning "happy, cheerful, funny".
Shannon
Shayan
Maarten or also Schājān is a Persian male given name. The name is derived from the Persian word "Shayeste" and means worthy. It is found as a female and male Indian given name.
Shelly
Shelly is a male and female name, which is supported mainly by men. Originally more common as a surname, used, this is still common. He is spreading primarily in the English-speaking.
Simcha
Saar
Salima
Salima (Arabic سليمة, DMG Salīma) is a female given name comes from the Arab countries, and means as much as "Peace worker".
Salomėja
Salomėja is a Lithuanian female name derived from Salome.
Samia
Samia (also Jess, aneesh) is an Arabic and Hebrew name. Of Arab origin "sami" means elevated, exalted, noble. In Arabic and Hebrew, the name means Princess, too. The male form is Sami, "the exalted one".
Samīra
Sanem
Sanem is a Turkish female given name and means something like "Idol" or "pretty lady" or - woman. Sanam occurs in the plural form "aṣnām" in the Koran and is the designation for old Arabian deities.
Sári
Sári is a Hungarian female given name and family name.
Sarıgül
Sabio is a Turkish female given name and surname of Turkish and Persian origin with the meaning of "yellow rose". The name is formed from the Turkish elements sarı (yellow) and Gaddis (rose).
Sarit
Sarojini
Sarolta
Sarolta is a Hungarian female given name. It is a variant of the name Charlotte. Other sources say he is a variant of Sarolt - an old female Turkish name meaning white weasel.
Sayali
Scholastika
Seaxburg
Shabnam
Shabnam or also Ann is a feminine given name. The Turkish form of the equivalent is Şebnem. Also, he appears in Bengali, শবনম and Urdu شبنم.
Selda
Selda is a Turkish female given name.
Sepideh
Setareh
Seteney
Shanice
Shari
Shawna
Shobha
Siân
Sietske
Sigena
Sigríður
Sigríður is a female Icelandic name.
Sigune
Sigutė
Sigutė is a Lithuanian female name derived from Siegfriede.
Siham
Şiir
Şiir is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin meaning "Poetry".
Simay
Vijay is a Turkish name, which is used mainly for girls. He is not to be confused, which has a different meaning and origin with the old testament name of Simei.
Siobhán
Siobhán (Irish pronunciation [ˈʃɪwaːn̪ˠ] or [ʃəˈvˠaːn̪ˠ], English pronunciation [ʃəˈvɔːn)] or Siobhán is a female Irish given name. He is originally derived from Hebrew and means "God is gracious".
Sira
Skirma
Skirma is a Lithuanian female given name, short for Skirmantė (derived from skir-ti + manta rays). The male form is Skirmas (Skirmantas).
Skrollan
Mohammed is a name of a fictional character introduced by Astrid Lindgren in 1964 in the book holiday on Saltkrakan. The meaning of the name varies depending on the source. The two most common interpretations are on the one hand, that the name the Swedish words for crawling and screaming together, or the child of wise men (scholars).
Smilla
Soja
Soy (Russian Зоя, other transcriptions of Zoya, Zoia) is a Russian female name. This is the Russian version of the Greek name Zoe (ζωή Greek, life).
Solana


Soňa
Sasha is the Czech and Slovak form of the female given name Sonja. The name derives from the Russian Соня, a Russian form of Sofia.
Sora
Sora or Sola is a male or female name, which comes (空 sora) from Japanese and means heaven.
Soykan
Samy is a Turkish male and female first name and family name.
Sözen
Sachin is a Turkish male and female first name and family name.
Sudabeh
Sulfija
Zulfiya is a female name of Persian origin. The name occurs particularly in Islamic countries. Turkish variants of the name are Zülfiyar and Manuprasad; Dempsey is a Turkish male counterpart.
Sünje
Sünne
Sunshine
Sunshine is a feminine given name. The word comes from the English and means "Sunshine".
Susette
Sushila
Svende
Swanhild
Synke
Sâbrine
Sâbrine is a feminine given name.
Saïda
Sidon or Saida (سعيدة) is a female given name, after the list of Arab names. It is mainly by worn:
Salomé
Salome (Greek Σαλωμη, from the Hebrew שלומית Shlomit, with the exception of Queen Salomé, whose Hebrew name שלומציון was Shlomtzion) is a female given name, which comes from the Hebrew "Shalom" conciliation, which means "Peace". It is also called the name of the family or name, including used.
Sára
Sara's Hungarian female given name.
Servane
Servane is a female given name seems derived from the Latin Church servitium "the service of God. This name, the also, Servus, slave (serfs in medieval French) caused the noun, was never widely used. It met sometimes in the UK, only in the 18th century thanks to the fame of Saint SERF or Saint Servan, Bishop Abbot of Culross, Scotland in the United Kingdom (live century), known in Scotland as the Breton Saint Serf.
Seynabou
Seynabou is a feminine given name.
Sihem
Sītā
Sītā is a feminine given name.
Snöfrid
Snöfrid is a feminine given name.
Soamaraina
Soamaraina is a feminine given name.
Sokayna
Sokayna is a feminine given name.
Solène
Sayer is a male and female name of unusual French. Today it is worn mainly by the female sex.
Soline
Soline is a feminine given name.
Soumya
Soumya is a feminine given name.
Szabina
Kerry is a Hungarian female given name.
Szandra
Santosh is a Hungarian female given name.
Szeréna
Móric is a Hungarian female given name.
Szimonetta
Raquel is a Hungarian female given name.
Szonja
Szonja is a Hungarian female given name.





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