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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.


Saad
Saad (Arabic: سعد, Saʿd‎‎) (also spelled Sa'ad) is a common male Arabic given name that means felicity, prosperity, successful and good luck. It may be a shortened version of Sa'd al-Din, and is not to be confused with Sa‘id. It is not the same as the single Arabic letter 'sad' which has no intrinsic meaning. Saad (Arabic: سعد, Saʿd‎‎) (also spelled Sa'ad) is a common male Arabic given name that means felicity, prosperity, successful and good luck. It may be a shortened version of Sa'd al-Din, and is not to be confused with Sa‘id. It is not the same as the single Arabic letter 'sad' which has no intrinsic meaning.
Sabahattin
Sabahattin is a Turkish given name for males. Variant forms of the name such as Sabahudin are also found in the former Ottoman Empire. People named Sabahattin include:
Saban
Saban is a masculine given name.
Sabatino
Sabatino is both an Italian surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sabri
Sabri (Arabic: صبري‎‎) is a male given name of Arabic origin, it may refer to:
Sachin
The name Sachin is derived, via Indic languages like Bengali and Marathi, from the Sanskrit name Shachindra. Shachindra is a name given to Hindu mythological god Indradhanush which means Shachi's Indra. Shachi was one of the wives of Indra. It is also a name of Hindu god Shiva. The literal meaning can be roughly translated into English as "the essence".
Sadettin
Sadettin is the Turkish version of the Muslim name Sa'd al-Din.
Sadik
Sadik is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Saeed
Said (also Saïd or Saeed, Arabic & #160; سعيد, DMG transliterated) is a male first name and surname of Arabic origin. It means happy or the lucky.
Safak
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.
Safet
Safet or Safvet is a Bosnian Muslim given name, may refer to:
Safi
Safi (Arabic: صفيّ‎‎) is a masculine name of Arabic origin meaning "pure." It is often employed by Afghans as a "last name" to refer to their tribal lineage within the Safi tribe, a Gharghasht sub-tribe based in north-eastern Afghanistan and the Tribal Areas of Pakistan such as Mohmand and Bajaur Agency. Feminine forms are Safa, Safia, Saphia, Safiyyah.[1] Safi (Arabic: صفيّ‎‎) is a masculine name of Arabic origin meaning "pure." It is often employed by Afghans as a "last name" to refer to their tribal lineage within the Safi tribe, a Gharghasht sub-tribe based in north-eastern Afghanistan and the Tribal Areas of Pakistan such as Mohmand and Bajaur Agency. Feminine forms are Safa, Safia, Saphia, Safiyyah.[1]
Saglam
Sağlam is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "the healthy" or "the reliable".
Sahan
Şahan is a Turkish male first name and family name of Persian origin meaning "Hawk" as a variant of Şahin. The feminine form is Şahane.
Sahin
Şahin (ʃahin, Turkish for buzzard), transliterated also s, is a Turkish male first name and family name of Persian origin. A rare Turkish variant of the name is Şahan.
Sahir
Said
Said (also Saïd or Saeed, Arabic & #160; سعيد, DMG transliterated) is a male first name and surname of Arabic origin. It means happy or the lucky.
Sait
Sait or SAIT may refer to:
Sakir
Şakir is a Turkish surname and masculine given name of Arabic origin. Şakir means "the Ownness".
Salah
Salah (Arabic: صلاح, Ṣalāḥ, [sˤɑlɑːħ]) is an Arabic given name and family name. Salah (Arabic: صلاح, Ṣalāḥ, [sˤɑlɑːħ]) is an Arabic given name and family name.
Saleh
Saleh, Salih, Sahlay or Çalih and other variants (Arabic: صالح‎‎‎, [sˤɑːleħ] or [sˤɑːlɪħ]) is a male given name of Arabic origin.
Salem
Salem (Arabic: سالم‎‎, properly transliterated as Sālim ; it can also be a transliteration of the Hebrew: שָׁלֵם‎‎ Shalem ;[1] the Arabic name is also transliterated as Salim ) is an Arabic given name and surname, a Sephardic Jewish surname of Hebrew origin,[2][3] and a surname of English origin.[4] Salem (Arabic: سالم‎‎, properly transliterated as Sālim ; it can also be a transliteration of the Hebrew: שָׁלֵם‎‎ Shalem ;[1] the Arabic name is also transliterated as Salim ) is an Arabic given name and surname, a Sephardic Jewish surname of Hebrew origin,[2][3] and a surname of English origin.[4]
Saliha
Salih (Arabic & #160; صالح, DMG Ṣāliḥ) 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.
Salim
Salim (also spelled Saleem or Selim or Slim, Arabic: سليم‎‎, properly transliterated as Salīm ) is a given name of Arabic origin meaning "safe" or "undamaged", related names are Selima, Salima, Saleemah, and Salma.
Sally
Sally is a masculine given name.
Salman
Salman (also transliterated as Salmaan or Selman, Arabic: سلمان‎‎) is a male Arabic given name that comes from the root of S-L-M.
Salomon
Salomon is a first name and family name. The name is the Greek form of the Hebrew name of Schelomo. This is derived from Shalom peace.
Salvador
Salvador (meaning "saviour" in Catalan, Spanish, and Portuguese) is normally an indirect way of naming a Messiah.
Salvator
Salvator is a masculine given name.
Salvatore
Samad
Samad or Samed (Arabic: صمد‎‎, Ṣamad) is a male given name. Aṣ-Ṣamad is one of names of God in the Qur'an, meaning "the Eternal". Samad or Samed (Arabic: صمد‎‎, Ṣamad) is a male given name. Aṣ-Ṣamad is one of names of God in the Qur'an, meaning "the Eternal".
Samee
Samee (Arabic: سمیع‎‎‎ Urdu: سمیع‎ Western Punjabi: سمی Hindi: समी also spelt as Sami and Sameeh) is a male given name meaning one who hears. It is a convention to use either a prefix Abdus or a suffix Ullah along the name, which gives meanings of the servant of All Hearing or hearer of God respectively.
Samer
Samer (Arabic: سامر‎‎, pronounced [sɑːmer]) is an Arabic male name commonly used in the Arab world, it has the meaning The person who chats nicely at night, it comes from the verb Samar (Arabic: سمر‎‎) which means, the nice chatting at night, or pleasant companion.[citation needed] Samer (Arabic: سامر‎‎, pronounced [sɑːmer]) is an Arabic male name commonly used in the Arab world, it has the meaning The person who chats nicely at night, it comes from the verb Samar (Arabic: سمر‎‎) which means, the nice chatting at night, or pleasant companion.[citation needed]
Samet
Samet is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sami
Sami or Sammy (Arabic: سامي‎‎, IPA: [ˈsaːmiː], Finnish pronunciation: [sɑmi]) is a given name and surname of different origins and meanings, most prevalent in the Arab world and Scandinavia. When spelled in English, it can be spelled as Sammy and often mistakenly confused as the abbreviated English name Sammy.
Samir
Samir (also spelled Sameer, Arabic: سمير‎‎, Samīr, Hindi: समीर, Punjabi: ਸਮੀਰ, Bengali: সমীর) is a male given name with two origins, in Arabic and Sanskrit. The Arabic Samir means: jovial or loyal companion, while the Hindi and Sankrit Samir mean: air, wind. "Samira" is the feminine spelling. The name is also neutral in regards to representation of various religious sects in the Middle East. Variant spellings of the name include, Bosnian and Turkish Semir.
Sammy
Samuel
Samuel (Sometimes spelled Samual) is a male given name of Hebrew origin meaning either "name of God" or "God has heard" (שם האלוהים Shem Alohim) (שמע אלוהים Sh'ma Alohim). Samuel was the last of the ruling judges in the Old Testament. He anointed Saul to be the first King of Israel and later anointed David.
Samy
Sancar
Saba is a Turkish male first name and family name with the meaning "a short dagger", in the figurative sense: "the winner, the victorious". Saba is a variant of the name.
Sancho
Sancho is a male name common in the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking world, which comes from the Basque and lat. Sanctius is.
Sander
The masculine given name Sander is a variant of Alexander mostly used in the Dutch-speaking areas of Europe (chiefly the Netherlands and northern Belgium) though also to a lesser extent in Scandinavia and Estonia. The feminine version is Sandra.
Sandor
Sándor [ˈʃaːndor] is the Hungarian form of the male given name Alexander.
Sandro
Sandro is an Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swiss, Georgian and Croatian given name, often a diminutive of Alessandro or Alexander. It is also a surname.
Sanli
Şanlı is a Turkish male first name and family name. Outside of the Turkish language and regardless of the Turkish name of the name Saba occurs.
Sante
Sante is both a masculine Italian given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Santiago
Santiago, (also San Iago, San Tiago, Santyago, Sant-Yago, San Thiago) is a Spanish name that derives from the Hebrew name Jacob (Ya'akov) via "Sant Iago", "Sant Yago", "Santo Iago", or "Santo Yago", first used to denote Saint James the Great, the brother of John the Apostle. It was also the tradition that Saint James (Santiago) had traveled to the Iberian Peninsula during his life and was buried there. The name is also complicated in Spanish in that Jaime and Jacobo are modern versions of James.
Santino
Santino is a male given name which may refer to:
Santos
Santos is a masculine given name.


Satoshi
Satoshi is generally a masculine Japanese given name, and may refer to:
Saverio
Saverio is a given name of Italian origin. It is a cognate of Xavier and Javier, both of which originate from Xabier, the Basque name for the Spanish town Javier. Xabier is itself the romanization of etxe berri meaning "new house" or "new home". However, in her 1863 book History of Christian Names, Charlotte Mary Yonge claims that Xavier is a Moorish name, coming from the Arabic Ga'afar meaning "splendid", "bright".
Savvas
Savvas (Gr. Σάββας) is a Greek given name, which derives from the Hebrew word Sabbath. "Σάββατο" is the Greek name of the seventh day of the week, starting with Sunday.
Scott
Scott is a surname of Scottish origin. It is first attributed to Uchtredus filius Scoti who is mentioned in the charter recording in the foundation of Holyrood Abbey and Selkirk in 1120 and the border Riding clans who settled Peebleshire in the 10th century and the Duke of Buccleuch.
Sean
Seán [ʃɔːn] or (in anglicized spelling without the acute accent), Sean is a masculine given name. Seán is the Irish form of John (also known as form of John). It comes from the French name Jean, who at the time of the Anglo-Norman Conquest to Ireland, old French Jehan (Ἰωάννης (Iōannēs) via Latin Iōhannēs, greeted by the Hebrew יוֹחָנָן (Jōħānān), meaning: "God is gracious").
Sebald
Sebald is originally a German name. Sebald is a variant of the name Siegbald. This is a distinction Germanic name and from the two components of old high German sigu "victory" and soon "boldly".
Sebastian
Sebastian is a given name. It comes from the Latin name Sebastianus meaning "from Sebastia", the ancient name of the city of Sivas, in modern Turkey. The name of the city is derived from the Greek word σεβαστός (sebastos), "venerable", which comes from σέβας (sebas), "awe, reverence, dread", in turn from the verb σέβομαι (sebomai), "feel awe, scruple, be ashamed". Sebastos was the Greek translation of the title Augustus, which was used for Roman emperors. Sebastian became a widely used name because it was the name of Saint Sebastian, a third-century Christian martyr.
Sebastiano
Sebastien
Sébastien is a male given name and the French form of Sebastian.
Sedat
Sedat is a masculine Turkish given name.
Seifried
Seifried is a masculine given name.
Sejad
Sejad is a masculine Bosnian given name equivalent to the Arabic masculine given name Sa'id. . Notable people with the name include:
Selahattin
Selahattin is the Turkish version of the Muslim name Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn. It may refer to:
Selek
Selek is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Selim
Senol
Şenol is a Turkish given name meaning "be happy" or "be happy". The name occurs as a family name. A form of the name is salt; This form also occurs in Macedonia.
Sepp
Sepp is a common especially in the German-speaking world, popular form of the male given name Josef.
Seppo
Seppo is a male given name and family name. Seppo is the Finnish version of the name Josef (SEPP). In the 1940s and 1950s, the first name found its greatest use.
Serafettin
Şerafettin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Serafim
The Seraphim (singular of Seraph, plural Seraphim, or Seraphe, older language also Séraphin;) Hebrew: śrāfîm שָׂרָף śārāf, plural שְׂרָפִים; Latin: seraphim and seraphin (plural), as well as seraphus (-i, m.); Greek: σεραφείμ serapheím (m., plural)) are angels who were created in the teachings of Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam by God and are subordinate to him.
Serdal
Serdal is a Turkish given name for males. It is directly derived from the name Serdar and is used interchangeably of each other. People named Serdal include:
Serdar
Serdar is the Turkic spelling of the Persian name Sardar which means Field Marshal.
Serge
Sergius /ˈsɜːrdʒ/ is a male given name of Roman origin. Although it is highly infrequent in the English language, variants of Sergius are common in various languages historically linked to Christendom and the Roman Empire. Examples are Sérgio in Portuguese, Sergiu in Romanian, Sergio in Italian and Spanish, Sergey / Sergei in Russian and Serge in French.
Sergei
Sergei, also Sergey and rare Sergeij, Sergey Sergeji (Russian: Сергей), a Russian male first name of Etruscan-Roman origin is derived from Sergius,. In French he happens as Serge in Italian and Spanish as Sergio, in Portuguese as Sérgio, in Catalan as Sergi, in Serbian as Srđan (ser.: Срђан), in Ukrainian Serhiy (ukr. Сергій) and the Belarusian as Sergey (belarus. Сяргей). In Russian is also the popular diminutive form Seryozha (Серёжа) often (about the son of Anna Karenina), but not as an independent first name. A feminine form of the name is not known.
Sergej
Sergej is a masculine given name.
Sergi
Sergi is a Catalan male given name, derived from the Latin name of Sergius, which in turn probably was of Etruscan origin. The Spanish form of the name is Sergio.
Sergio
A male given name of Etruscan-Roman origin is derived from Sergius, common in Eastern Europe as Sergei, Sergio. It is especially in Italy and the Spanish-speaking countries. In the French-speaking countries, you know the version Serge, Sergi is in Catalan. For the Portuguese given name, see Sérgio.
Sergius
Serhan
Serhan is a masculine Turkish given name. Derived from Turkish ser "head, top" and han, which is from the title khan meaning "leader".
Serhat
Serhat is a Turkish given name for males. People named Serhat include:
Serif
Şerif is a Turkish male given name of Arab origin. Šerif occurs in particular Bosnian form of the first name.
Serkan
Salvador is a Turkish given name meaning aristocratic blood; Chairman, head of.
Servando
Servando is a Spanish masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Severin
Severino
Severino is an Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese given name and sometimes surname:
Sevket
Şevket is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning 'Size';" Dignity". The Arabic form is show cat and has transcription variants such as Shawkat and Shaukat.
Seyfettin
Nasr is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "The sword of the religion".
Sezai
Salvador is a Turkish given name.
Sezer
Sezer is a common Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sezer" means "(someone) who is good at intuition" or "(someone) who intuits". The name is used as surname, as well.
Sezgin
Sezgin is a common Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Sezgin" means "(someone) who is insightful" or "(someone) who is capable of intuition". The name is used as surname, as well.
Shaban
Shaban, Sha'ban or Shaaban is a given name and surname with some currency in Arabic (شعبان): in that language it is also the name of the eighth month (Sha'ban), a word indicating "separation" or "dispersion".[1] Similar names exist in other traditions. Shaban, Sha'ban or Shaaban is a given name and surname with some currency in Arabic (شعبان): in that language it is also the name of the eighth month (Sha'ban), a word indicating "separation" or "dispersion".[1] Similar names exist in other traditions.
Shahryar
Shahryar or also Schahrjār is a masculine Iranian name. Translated from the Persian, it means "Great King". In the literature, the name in the history of 1001 up night.
Shakeel
Shakeel or Shakil is a name of Arabic etymology that means "handsome". It may refer to the following people: Shakeel or Shakil is a name of Arabic etymology that means "handsome". It may refer to the following people:
Shane
Shane is a masculine given name. It is an Anglicised version of the Irish name Seán, which itself is cognate to the name John. Shane comes from the way the name Seán is pronounced in the Ulster dialect of the Irish language, as opposed to Shaun or Shawn.
Sharif
Sharif (Arabic & #160; شريف) is an Arabic male given name and family name meaning "excellent, significantly, righteous". The female form of the name is June, the Turkish male form is Şerif.
Shaun
Shaun [ʃɔːn] is an Irish male name.
Shawn
Shawn is in the English-speaking world, particularly in the United States, a male given name and family name. Shawn is an anglicised form of the Irish name Seán, which, in turn, represents an Irish form of John.
Siegbert
Lincoln is an old German male given name.
Siegfried
Siegfried is a masculine given name.
Siegmar
Siegmar is a masculine given name.


Siegmund
Siegmund is a male given name and family name. The name Sambo has its origins in the old German: "sigu" (victory) and "munt" (protection of babes). In the middle ages, particularly the minor Sigismund was used, until in the 19th century with the enthusiasm for the medieval German hero saga Siegmund was always more popular. Sigmundt also exists as a surname.
Siegward
Tara and Siegwart are male given name. Siegwart is also a family name. The name Tara comes from old high German. It is composed of "sigu" (victory) and "wait" (guardian).
Sievert
Sievert is a masculine given name.
Sigbert
Lincoln is an old German male given name.
Sigisbert
Lincoln is an old German male given name.
Sigismund
Sigit
Sigmar
Sigmar (also, Siegmar) is a male given name, which developed from the Germanic Segimer (Sigimer). In old high German sigu victory and mari meant 'famous' or 'fabulous' (as in Mar). The name day is on February 10.
Sigmund
Sigurd
Silas
Silvan
Silvan is a male given name and comes from the Latin silvanus, meaning "of the forest" in German. Also, a source from the etrurisch Roman deity of Silvanus is conceivable.
Silvestre
Silvestre is a Spanish and Portuguese given name or surname, or a French surname. Notable people with the name include:
Silvestro
Silvestro is both a surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Silvio
Silviu
Silviu is a Romanian male given name.
Simen
Simen is a Norwegian masculine given name, a form common in Norway by Simon. The origin and meaning of the name see here.
Simeon
Simo
Simo is a Finnish form of Simon or a Serbian male given name. People named Simo include:
Simon
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Simpert
Simsek
Şimşek is a Turkish male given name and family name with the meaning of "Flash". Occasionally the spelling of Sami occurs outside of the Turkish language.
Sinan
Sinan (Arabic: سنان ‎‎) is a word found in Aramaic and Early Arabic, meaning spearhead or perhaps spear. It is also possible that the name is derived from the Ancient Greek name Sinon. It was subsequently used as a male given name.
Sjut
Sjut is a German name, is derived in the shortened form of the Nordic Sigurd. Sigurd is an equivalent to the old high German 26th again.
Slavko
Slavomir
Slavomir is a masculine given name.
Slawomir
Sławomir is a masculine given name of Slavic origin and due to sławny from the words dzięki pokojowi (Polish: "glorious thanks to peace"). It is mainly in the Polish room. Name day is celebrated on 17 may, 5 November and 23 December.
Slobodan
Slobodan (Serbian Cyrillic: Слободан) is a Serbian masculine given name which means "free" (Serbian: Sloboda / Слобода means Freedom, Liberty) used among other South Slavs as well. It was coined by Serbian liberal politician Vladimir Jovanović who, inspired by John Stuart Mill's essay On Liberty baptised his son Slobodan in 1869 and his daughter Pravda (Justice) in 1871. It became popular in both Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1918–1945) and communist Yugoslavia (1945–1991) among other Yugoslav peoples and therefore today there are also Slobodans among Croats, Slovenes and other Yugoslav peoples.
Slobodanka
Slobodan (Serbian Cyrillic: Слободан) is a Serbian masculine given name.
Sokol
Solomon
Soner
Sanchez is a Turkish given name.
Sonny
Sonny (nicknamed "little boy") is an English masculine given name derived from the English word for "Son". The name occurs predominantly in the United States.
Soren
Søren is a Danish male given name. The Swedish and German form of the name is Sören. Søren is the Danish form of the Roman family name of Severinus, derived from Latin Severus (seriously, strictly).
Sotiris
Sotiris (Greek Σωτήρης) is a male given name. It is a variation of Sotirios and Greek origin. The name means Salvation or redemption.
Spiro
Spiro is a surname with a variety of origins, as well as a given name among Greek-speaking populations, Albanians, Montenegrins, and the Christians of Lebanon.
Spyridon
Spyridon (Ancient Greek: Σπυρίδων; Modern Greek: Σπυρίδωνας) is a Greek male given name. It is often shortened to Σπύρος (Spyros, often Anglicised as Spyro or Spiro) since Spyridon sounds too archaic and ecclesiastical. The name's origins are traced to ancient Greek, originating from Spyris (Σπυρίς), meaning the one who manufactures spyrides (σπυρίδες), which were a kind of wicker baskets, or meaning the affluent, the rich man, who has much grain or other goods to spyrides (σπυρίδες).
Sreten
Sreten (Cyrillic script: Сретен) is a Serbian masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Stan
Stanimir
Stanimir (Cyrillic script: Станимир) is a Slavic origin given name built of two parts: stani "to become" and mir "peace, glory, prestige". Feminine forms are: Stanimira and Stanimirka. Nicknames: Stanko, Staszek, Staś, Mirek, Mirko. The name may refer to:
Stanislaus
Stanislav
Stanislav or Stanislaus (Latinized form) is a very old given name of Slavic origin, meaning someone who achieves glory or fame. It is common in the Slavic countries of Central and South Eastern Europe. The name has spread to many non-Slavic languages as well, such as French (Stanislas), German, and others.
Stanislaw
Stanisław is a masculine given name. It is the upper Sorbian (IPA: ' stanʲisu̯au̯) and Polish (IPA: sta'nʲiswav) form a common Slavic first name. The germanized versions are Stanislaw and Stanislaus (see there for the etymology).
Stanko
Stanko or Stańko (Cyrillic script: Станко) is a variation of the Slavic masculine given name Stanislav. Notable people with the name include:
Stanley
Stanley is a family name and masculine given name dating from the 11/12th century contraction of Stone (pronounced "Stan") and Leigh (meadow).
Stanoje
Stanoje (Cyrillic script: Станоје) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin. The name may refer to:
Stasys
Stasys is a popular Lithuanian given name, derived from Slavic name Stanislav. Feminine variation is Stasė.
Stavros
Stavros (Σταύρος) is a Greek name. It comes from σταυρóς, the Greek word for "cross", meaning the Christian cross. Unlike many other names of Greek origin (e.g. Alexander, Nicholas, Peter, Stephen) that have been adopted in many languages throughout the world, Stavros as a given name is used exclusively by Greeks. Shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos, one of the 20th century's wealthiest men, was the most famous bearer of the name internationally.
Stefan
Stefan is a male given name, a variant of Stephan. The word originally meant in the ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred").
Stefano
Stefano is the Italian form of the surname and masculine given name Stephen. It is a common tendency amongst English-speakers to mispronounce the name Stefano by placing the stress on the penultimate syllable (i.e. /stəˈfɑːnoʊ/), whereas the correct Italian pronunciation places the stress on the first one: [ˈsteːfano].


Stefanos
Stephanos is a masculine given name and a form of Stefan (as Latin Stephanus). The word originally meant in the ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred").
Stefen
Stefan is a male given name, a variant of Stephan. The word originally meant in the ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred").
Steffan
Steffan is a masculine given name.
Sten
Sten is a Scandinavian male given name. Literally meaning "rock" or "cliff", it derives from a literal translation of Peter into the North Germanic languages.
Stephan
Stephan is a male given name and family name. Stephan is a short form of the Latin name of Stephanus. This was made from the Greek name of Stephanos (Στέφανος). The word stephanos means in Greek "Wreath", "Crown".
Stephanos
Stephanos is a masculine given name and a form of Stefan (as Latin Stephanus). The word originally meant in the ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred").
Stephen
Steven or Stephen /ˈstiːvən/ is a masculine first name, derived from the Greek name Στέφανος (Stéfanos), in turn from the Greek word "στέφανος", meaning "wreath, crown, honour, reward", literally "that which surrounds or encompasses". In ancient Greece, a wreath was given to the winner of a contest (from which the crown, symbol of rulers derived). The use of the noun was first recorded in Homer's Iliad. The name is significant to Christians: according to the Book of Acts in the New Testament, Saint Stephen was a deacon who was stoned to death and is regarded as the first Christian martyr. The name has many variants, which include Stephan, Stevan, Stefan and Stevon.
Stevan
Stefan is a male given name, a variant of Stephan. The word originally meant in the ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred").
Steve
Stefan is a male given name, a variant of Stephan. The word originally meant in the ancient Greek Στέφανος "wreath"; "Crown" ("the wreathed" or "the sacred").
Steven
Steven is a masculine given name.
Stig
Stig (also spelled Stieg) is a common masculine Scandinavian given name. The name has Danish origins (Old West Norse: Stígr) and derives from the word stiga, meaning "wanderer". Originally a nickname, it later became a given name. The nicknames Stickan and Stikkan derive from Stig.
Stipe
Stipe is a Croatian given name, a variant of Stephen. It is popular in areas populated by Croats in ikavian-speaking zones.
Stipo
Stipo is a masculine given name.
Stjepan
Stjepan is the variant of Stephen used by Croats.
Stojan
Stojan (Cyrillic script: Стојан) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Stuart
Stuart is a traditionally masculine given name as well as a surname. It is the French form of the surname Stewart. The French form of the surname was brought to Scotland from France by Mary Stuart, in the 16th century. The surname Stewart is an occupational name for the administrative official of an estate. The name is derived from the Middle English stiward, and Old English stigweard, stiweard. The Old English word is composed of the elements stig, meaning "house(hold)"; and weard, meaning "guardian". In pre-Conquest times, a steward was an officer who controlled the domestic affairs of a household, especially of a royal household. After the Conquest, the term was used as an equivalent of Seneschal, a steward of a manor or estate.
Stylianos
Suitbert
Suitbert is a masculine given name.
Sulaiman
Suleiman Suleiman is a male given name in the Arabic (سليمان, DMG Solomon) and Turkish language. It is derived from Arabic Salam & #160; Salam, salām 'peace DMG'. He is related to the Hebrew name of Schelomo (Solomon).
Sulejman
Suleiman Suleiman is a male given name in the Arabic (سليمان, DMG Solomon) and Turkish language. It is derived from Arabic Salam & #160; Salam, salām 'peace DMG'. He is related to the Hebrew name of Schelomo (Solomon).
Sultan
Sultan is a common title, which is often used as a name in several cultures.
Sunay
Sunay is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Svein
Svein is a Norwegian masculine given name which may refer to:
Sven
Sven (in Danish and Norwegian also Svend and in Norwegian also Svein) is a Nordic first name which is used throughout Scandinavia, Estonia, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, and Hungary. The name itself is Old Norse for "young man" or "young warrior". The original spelling in Old Norse was sveinn (whence Eng swain, "servant boy"). Over the centuries, many northern European rulers have carried the name including Sweyn I of Denmark (Sven Gabelbart), who established Danish rule over Norway and successfully invaded England in the year 1002. An old legend relates the pagan king Blot-Sven ordered the execution of the Anglo-Saxon monk Saint Eskil.
Svend
Svend is a Danish and Norwegian given name that may refer to:
Svetislav
Svetislav (Cyrillic script: Светислав) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Swen
Swen is a masculine given name.
Sylvain
Sylvain is the French form of Silvanus.
Sylvester
Sylvester is a name derived from the Latin adjective silvestris meaning "wooded" or "wild", which derives from the noun silva meaning "woodland". Classical Latin spells this with i. In Classical Latin y represented a separate sound distinct from i, not a native Latin sound but one used in transcriptions of foreign words. After the Classical period y came to be pronounced as i. Spellings with Sylv- in place of Silv- date from after the Classical period.
Sylvestre
Sa'd al-Din
Sa'ad al-Din (Arabic: سعد الدين ‎‎) also written Saad Eddine or Saadeddine may refer to: Sa'ad al-Din (Arabic: سعد الدين ‎‎) also written Saad Eddine or Saadeddine may refer to:
Sa‘id
Sa‘id (also spelled Saeed, Saeid, Said, or Sayid, Arabic: سعيد‎‎, Sa‘īd) is a male Arabic given name meaning "happy". For the female version, see Saida; for the Turkish variant, see Sait; for the Bosnian variant, see Sejad.
Saadallah
Saadallah, also spelled Saadullah, Sa'dullah or Sadollah (Arabic: سعد الله ‎‎) is a male given name meaning Joy of God.
Saddam
Saddam (Arabic: صدام, Ṣaddām; pronounced [sˤɑdˈɑːm]) is an Arabic title which means "One who confronts",[1] other meanings include: "One who frequently causes collisions", "Powerful collider", "Powerful confronter".[2] The name has risen in popularity in some Muslim populations after the War in Iraq and the former President's execution.[3][4] Saddam (Arabic: صدام, Ṣaddām; pronounced [sˤɑdˈɑːm]) is an Arabic title which means "One who confronts",[1] other meanings include: "One who frequently causes collisions", "Powerful collider", "Powerful confronter".[2] The name has risen in popularity in some Muslim populations after the War in Iraq and the former President's execution.[3][4]
Sadr al-Din
(Arabic: صدر الدين‎‎) Sadr al-Din may refer to: (Arabic: صدر الدين‎‎) Sadr al-Din may refer to:
Safi al-Din
(Arabic: صفی‌ الدین ‎‎) Safi al-Din is an Arabic masculine given name and surname. It may also be spelled as Safi-ad-din, Safiuddin, Safieddine etc. The name is composed of two Arabic elements: Safi (صفی‌) meaning pure and Al-Din (الدین) religion. (Arabic: صفی‌ الدین ‎‎) Safi al-Din is an Arabic masculine given name and surname. It may also be spelled as Safi-ad-din, Safiuddin, Safieddine etc. The name is composed of two Arabic elements: Safi (صفی‌) meaning pure and Al-Din (الدین) religion.
Safiullah
Safiullah, Arabic: صفی اللہ ‎‎, is a name originating from its use in the Qur'an. The name Safiullah directly translates to "Pure one of Allah".[1] Safiullah, Arabic: صفی اللہ ‎‎, is a name originating from its use in the Qur'an. The name Safiullah directly translates to "Pure one of Allah".[1]
Saifullah
Saifullah, also spelled Sayfullah etc. (Arabic: سيف الله ‎‎), meaning sword of God is a male Islamic given name, originally an honorific awarded for military prowess. In modern times it may be used as a surname. It may refer to Saifullah, also spelled Sayfullah etc. (Arabic: سيف الله ‎‎), meaning sword of God is a male Islamic given name, originally an honorific awarded for military prowess. In modern times it may be used as a surname. It may refer to
Saifur Rahman
Saifur Rahman (Arabic: سيف الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning sword of the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include Saifur Rahman (Arabic: سيف الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning sword of the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include
Sajid
Sajid (Arabic: ساجد‎‎) is a male Arabic name. It means one who bows down to God. Sajid (Arabic: ساجد‎‎) is a male Arabic name. It means one who bows down to God.
Sajjad
Salah ad-Din
Salah ad-Din (also spelled Salahu’d-Din) (Arabic: صلاح الدين, Ṣalāḥ ud-Dīn) is an Arabic name that means The Righteousness of the Faith. Salah ad-Din (also spelled Salahu’d-Din) (Arabic: صلاح الدين, Ṣalāḥ ud-Dīn) is an Arabic name that means The Righteousness of the Faith.
Samiullah
Samiullah (Arabic: سمیع اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning listening to God. it may refer to Samiullah (Arabic: سمیع اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning listening to God. it may refer to
Sanaullah
Sanaullah, also spelled Thanaullah (Arabic: ثناء اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name and surname, meaning praise of God. It may refer to
Saqib
Sarmad
Sarmad (also transliterated as Sarmed, Arabic: سرمد‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, the meaning of the name is Eternal or Everlasting. It is common in the Muslim world, including the Middle East, especially in countries such as Iraq, Iran, India and Pakistan. The name is also given to Christian male babies born in Iraq. Sarmad (also transliterated as Sarmed, Arabic: سرمد‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, the meaning of the name is Eternal or Everlasting. It is common in the Muslim world, including the Middle East, especially in countries such as Iraq, Iran, India and Pakistan. The name is also given to Christian male babies born in Iraq.
Satam
Satam or Sattam (Arabic: سطام) is an Arabic male given name. Satam or Sattam (Arabic: سطام) is an Arabic male given name.
Sattar
Sattar (Arabic: ستار ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name and surname. It occurs in the compound form Sattar (Arabic: ستار ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name and surname. It occurs in the compound form
Sayf al-Din
Sayf al-Din (Arabic: سيف الدين ‎‎, "Sword of the Faith"), also Saif al-Din, Sayf/Saif ad-Din, or Sayf/Saif ud-Din etc., may refer to: Sayf al-Din (Arabic: سيف الدين ‎‎, "Sword of the Faith"), also Saif al-Din, Sayf/Saif ad-Din, or Sayf/Saif ud-Din etc., may refer to:
Sayyid
Sayyid (pronounced [ˈseːjɪd], Arabic: سيد‎‎, also transliterated as Sayed, or Syed, IPA: [ˈsajed]) is a masculine given name derived from the title Sayyid, it is not to be confused with the similar looking name Sayid (often spelled Saeed, pronounced [ˈsaʕiːd])[citation needed]. These people are not necessarily considered to be Sayyid; they only use Sayyid as a given name[citation needed]. Some people however with the name may be considered as being Sayyid (males accepted as descendants of the Islamic prophet Muhammad through his grandsons, Hasan ibn Ali and Husain ibn Ali). Sayyid (pronounced [ˈseːjɪd], Arabic: سيد‎‎, also transliterated as Sayed, or Syed, IPA: [ˈsajed]) is a masculine given name derived from the title Sayyid, it is not to be confused with the similar looking name Sayid (often spelled Saeed, pronounced [ˈsaʕiːd])[citation needed]. These people are not necessarily considered to be Sayyid; they only use Sayyid as a given name[citation needed]. Some people however with the name may be considered as being Sayyid (males accepted as descendants of the Islamic prophet Muhammad through his grandsons, Hasan ibn Ali and Husain ibn Ali).


Shafiq ur Rahman
Shafiq ur Rahman (Arabic: شفیق الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It may refer to Shafiq ur Rahman (Arabic: شفیق الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It may refer to
Shafiqullah
Shafiqullah is a male Muslim given name. It may refer to Shafiqullah is a male Muslim given name. It may refer to
Shahid
Shahid or Shaheed (شاهد) is a Muslim theophoric name, from Ash-Shaheed (Arabic: الشهيد‎‎), one of the 99 names of God in the Qur'an. Shahid or Shaheed (شاهد) is a Muslim theophoric name, from Ash-Shaheed (Arabic: الشهيد‎‎), one of the 99 names of God in the Qur'an.
Shakir
Shakir is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Shakir is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shams al-Din
Shams al-Din (Arabic: شمس الدين ‎‎, lit. "Sun of the Faith") is an Arabic personal name or title. Shams al-Din (Arabic: شمس الدين ‎‎, lit. "Sun of the Faith") is an Arabic personal name or title.
Shamsur Rahman
Shamsur Rahman (Arabic: شمس الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning sun of the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include Shamsur Rahman (Arabic: شمس الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning sun of the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include
Sharaf al-Din
Sharaf al-Din (Arabic: شرف الدين ‎‎) and Sharif al-Din (Arabic: شریف الدین ‎‎) are two related male Muslim given names. They may refer to Sharaf al-Din (Arabic: شرف الدين ‎‎) and Sharif al-Din (Arabic: شریف الدین ‎‎) are two related male Muslim given names. They may refer to
Sharifullah
Sharifullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the names Sharif and Allah. It may refer to the following persons: Sharifullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the names Sharif and Allah. It may refer to the following persons:
Shawkat
Shawkat (also spelled Shaukat, Shawqat, or Şevket, Arabic: شوكت‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it is also used as a surname. Shawkat (also spelled Shaukat, Shawqat, or Şevket, Arabic: شوكت‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it is also used as a surname.
Shawki
Shawki (also spelled Shawky, Shawqi, Chawki Arabic: شوقي‎‎, French: Chaouqui or Turkish: Şevki), is a masculine given name and surname. Shawki (also spelled Shawky, Shawqi, Chawki Arabic: شوقي‎‎, French: Chaouqui or Turkish: Şevki), is a masculine given name and surname.
Shihab al-Din
(Arabic: شهاب‌ الدین ‎‎) Shihab al-Din may refer to: (Arabic: شهاب‌ الدین ‎‎) Shihab al-Din may refer to:
Shujauddin
Shujauddin or Shuja-ud-Din may refer to: Shujauddin or Shuja-ud-Din may refer to:
Shukri
Shukri (Arabic: شكري‎‎) (Turkish: Şükrü) is an Arabic name for males meaning "thankful". It is the masculine active participle of the Arabic verb, شَكَرَ, meaning "to be thankful". The feminine form of the name is "Shukriya" (شكريّة), or Şukriye in Turkish. It can be used as either a given name or surname. A similar Arabic name is Shakir (Feminine form: Shakira). Shukri (Arabic: شكري‎‎) (Turkish: Şükrü) is an Arabic name for males meaning "thankful". It is the masculine active participle of the Arabic verb, شَكَرَ, meaning "to be thankful". The feminine form of the name is "Shukriya" (شكريّة), or Şukriye in Turkish. It can be used as either a given name or surname. A similar Arabic name is Shakir (Feminine form: Shakira).
Sidique
Sidqi
Sidqi (Arabic: صدقي, Sidqī; also spelled Sedki, Sedqi, Sıdkı, or Sıtkı) The dotless i appears in Turkish spellings.
Sirajuddin
(Arabic: سراج الدين ‎‎) Sirajuddin may refer to: (Arabic: سراج الدين ‎‎) Sirajuddin may refer to:
Suhail
Suhail (also spelled Sohail or Shuhail or Suheyl;Arabic: سهيل‎‎) is an Arabic term commonly used as a male given name, and also referring to a number of stars typically seen near the southern horizon from Arabia.
Suleiman
Suleiman (English pronunciation: /ˈsuːləmɑːn/ or /ˌsuːleɪˈmɑːn/ ) is the main transliteration of the Arabic سليمان Sulaymān / Silimān. The name means "man of peace" and corresponds to the English name Solomon. The word may also be transliterated as Sulaiman, Suleman, Soliman, Sulayman, Sulaymaan, Süleyman, Sulejman, Sleiman, Sleman, Sliman, Slimane, Soleman, Solyman or Seleman. This disambiguation page focuses on individuals and entities with Suleiman as a predominant transliteration.
Shkodran
Shkumbin
Shkumbin is an Albanian given name for males. It derives from Shkumbin, a river in central Albania, flowing into the Adriatic Sea, which is considered the dividing line for the two dialects of the Albanian language: Tosk (to the south) and Gheg (to the north).
Senad
Senad is a Bosnian masculine given name, may refer to:
Shuaib
Shuaib (/ˈʃuːeɪb/), or Shuʿayb, or Shoaib (Arabic: شعيب‎‎;meaning "who shows the right path "), was an ancient Midianite Prophet, sometimes identified with the Biblical Jethro (though Islam attributes to him many deeds not mentioned in the Bible). He is mentioned in the Quran a total of 11 times. He is believed to have lived after Abraham, and Muslims believe that he was sent as a prophet to a community: the Midianites also known as the People of the Tree since they used to worship a large tree. To the people, Shuʿayb proclaimed the faith of Islam and warned the people to end their fraudulent ways. When they did not repent, God destroyed the community. Shuʿayb is understood by Muslims to have been one of the few Arabian prophets mentioned by name in the Qur'an, the others being Saleh, Hud, and prophet Muhammad. It is said that he was known by early Muslims as "the eloquent preacher amongst the prophets", because he was, according to tradition, granted talent and eloquence in his language.
Sasho
Sasho is a male given name that is a diminutive of Alexander (meaning "defender" or "protector of men") and which originates in Bulgaria and Macedonia. The name may refer to:
Sava
Sava is a common male personal name in south Slavic languages, and is also used in Romanian and Bosniak. Perhaps the most famous example is the Serbian medieval prince turned monk Saint Sava. In Bosnia Sava could also be a female name, a result of the tradition of naming female children like rivers – in this case, after the river Sava. Saba is a popular Georgian variant.
Slavoljub
Slavoljub or Slavolub (Cyrillic script: Славољуб) is a masculine given name derived from the Slavic elements: slava "glory, famous" and ljub "favour, love, to like". Nicknames: Slava, Slavko, Ljuba. Other form: Luboslav.
Sławomir
Sławomir ([ˈswavɔmʲir]) is an Old Polish male given name of Slavic origin consists of two parts: "sława/slava" - glory, fame and "mir" - world, peace, prestige. Cognates include Slavomir, Slavomír. Feminine form is: Sławomira/Slavomira. Nicknames: Sławek, Slavko, Slavka, Sławka, Slava, Mirko, Mirek, Mira.
Stoyan
Stoyan or Stojan (Bulgarian: Стоян) is a Bulgarian name derived from the verb Stoya (Стоя, to stand). The variant Stoian also exists in Romanian.
Stoycho
Svetoslav
Svetozar
Svetozar (Cyrillic script: Светозар) is a Slavic origin given name and may refer to:
Svilen
Svilen (Bulgarian: Свилен) is a male given name almost exclusively used in Bulgaria. The female equivalent is Svilena (Bulgarian: Свилена).
Šime
Šime is a masculine Croatian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Šimun
Šimun is a Croatian male given name, equivalent to Simon. It is also a family name in Croatia and Slovakia.
Siniša
Siniša (Serbian Cyrillic: Синиша) is a South Slavic masculine given name of medieval Serbian origin.
Slaven
Slaven is a masculine Slavic given name. Cognates include Slavko. Czech feminine form is Slavena.
Srđan
Srđan (Serbo-Croatian Срђан/Srđan) (sometimes written as Srdan or Srdjan due to lack of the letter 'đ') is a Croatian, Bosnian and Serbian masculine given name. The prevailing stance reckons this name originates from the Roman nomen (family name) Sergius, and this from a more ancient Etruscan name. The Latin names of two saints "Saints Sergius and Bacchus" are both translated as "Sveti Srđ i Vlaha" or "Srđevdan" or "Srđandan". The other possibility is that it derives from another Serbo-Croatian adjective: srditi, meaning angry, fiery, ardent. A medieval version of the name was Srdan. Srđa could be a form of Srđan. Most common nicknames are: Srđa, Srđo, Srki, Srle, Điđa, Đile, etc.
Srećko
Srećko (Serbian: Срећко) or Srečko is a South Slavic masculine given name. It is a Slavic form of Felix. The name may refer to:
Sambor
Slávek
Slávek is male given name. Its origin is the short form of a Slavic names ending in -slav (Stanislav, Květoslav, Pravoslav, Branislav, Rostislav, Miroslav, Miloslav, Sobiesław, Svatoslav) and beginning Slav- (Slavomir, Slavomil). Pronounced slah:vek.
Slavomír
Slavomír is a Czech and a Slovak masculine given name.
Sławoj
Sławoj or Slavoj - is a Slavic given name consists of two parts: "sława/slava" - which means "fame", and "woj/voj" - which means "war, warrior". Alternative forms: Wojsław, Vojislav. The name may refer to:
Sobieslaw
Sobiesław (Proto-Slavic: *Sobęslavь, Polish: Sobiesław, Czech, Slovak: Soběslav, Old Church Slavonic: Собѧславь) is a very old Slavic given name, mostly common among the West Slavs. Because of folk etymology, it is popularly supposed to derive from sobie ("usurp, for me, myself") and sław ("glory, prestige"); however, it is actually derived from a Proto-Indo-European name meaning "wise-famous", cognate with Sophocles (roots *sap and *ḱléwos). The feminine form is Sobiesława/Soběslava/Собѧслава.
Štěpán
Štěpán [ˈʃcɛpaːn] is both a masculine Czech given name, equivalent of English Stephen, and a Czech surname. Notable people with the name include:
Svatopluk
Svatopluk (in modern Czech) or Svätopluk (in modern Slovak) is a Slavic given name.
Svatoslav
Søren
Søren (Danish: [ˈsɶːɐ̯n̩]; Norwegian: [ˈsøːɳ]) or Sören (Swedish: [ˈsœːrən]; German: [ˈzøːʁn̩]) is a given name of Scandinavian origin, sometimes Anglicised as Soren. The name is derived from that of the 4th-century Christian saint Severin of Cologne, ultimately derived from the Latin severus ("severe, strict, serious").
Stijn
Stijn is a Dutch short form of names ending in "stijn" such as Constantijn or Augustijn. It was the tenth most popular name for boys born in the Netherlands in 2007.
Sorley
Sorley is a masculine given name in the English language.
Severi
Saint Eligius
Saint Eligius (also Eloy or Loye) (French: Éloi) (c. 588 – 1 December 660) is the patron saint of goldsmiths, other metalworkers, and coin collectors. He is also the patron saint of veterinarians, the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME), a corps of the British Army, but he is best known for being the patron saint of horses and those who work with them. Eligius was chief counsellor to Dagobert I, Merovingian king of France. Appointed the bishop of Noyon-Tournai three years after the king's death in 642, Eligius worked for twenty years to convert the pagan population of Flanders to Christianity.


Sébastien
Sébastien is a common French given name. It is a French form of the Latin name Sebastianus meaning "from Sebaste." Sebaste is the name of the town in Asia Minor, which was derived from the Greek word σεβαστος, or sebastos, meaning "venerable."
Séraphin
Seraphin is a masculine given name, adopted from Latin Serafinus, Greek Serafim (Σεραφειμ, Russian Серафим), ultimately from the Hebrew word seraph.
Servais
Servais is a given name of French origin, being the French version of the Latin name Servatius. See, for example:
Stéphane
Stéphane is a popular French male given name. Notable people who carry it:
Saint George
Saint George (Greek: Γεώργιος Geṓrgios; Latin: Georgius; AD 275–281 to 23 April 303), according to legend, was a Roman soldier and officer in the Guard of Roman emperor Diocletian of the Roman army, who ordered his death for failing to recant his Christian faith. As a Christian martyr, he later became one of the most venerated saints in Christianity.
Stathis
Stathis is a Greek name.
Stelios
Stelios (Greek: Στέλιος) or formally Stylianos (Greek: Στυλιανός) is a Greek first name. This name is given to honor St. Stylianos, an orthodox saint, protector of the children.
Sándor
Sándor is a Hungarian given name and surname. This is a Hungarian analog of Alexander.
Szervác
Szervác is a Latin-based Hungarian male name meaning: Freed. However this is a given name in Hungary this is also a unique name of a family in the libre art.
Szilárd
Szilárd or Szilard [ˈsilaːrd] is a Hungarian given name or surname.
Sahil
Sahil (Hindi: साहिल, Urdu: ساحل‎ pronounced sā'·hĭl) is a masculine first name. It derives from the Indian word[clarification needed] for 'sea shore' that was borrowed from Arabic.
Saket
Saketa in Sanskrit, or Saket in Hindi, means Heaven, thus a place where God resides. Saket can be alternatively used for Heaven or Vaikuntha in Hindu mythology, where liberated souls dwell. Saketa is also an alternative name for the ancient city of Ayodhya, an important Hindu religious place, the capital of Kosala and the birthplace of Lord Rama, the hero of epic Ramayana. Also Ajanavana, an ancient forest (deer park) near Saket (Ayodhya) was where Gautam Buddha once stayed and preached.
Sandipan
Sandipan is a masculine Indian name may refer to
Sarabjit
Sarabjit or Sarbjit is a masculine Indian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Saravanan
Saravanan is a given name for a male Tamils. Due to the Tamil tradition of using patronymic surnames it may also be a surname for males and females.It is one of names of the Hindu god Murugan. It may refer to
Satyajit
Satyajit is a common Indian name. The word is a compound of the words for truthful (Satya), and winner (jit). Some noted personalities with the name Satyajit are:
Sekar
Sekar or Sekhar is a male given name in India. Sekar may refer to:
Shahbaz
Shahbaz (Persian: شهباز‎‎) is a Persian word referring to the fabled guardian Shahbaz which also implies "King's Own Royal Falcon." Specifically in merchant trade, an adult female Accipiter gentilis caught wintering in Khorasan and trained in Falconry is called Shahbaz and is esteemed by connoisseurs in South Asia for hunting small-game.
Shailendra
Shailendra is a Sanskrit combined words Śaila and Indra, meaning "King of the Mountain", It is often used as an epithet of the Hindu god Shiva. It is commonly used as a male given name in the Indian subcontinent. Shailendra may refer to:
Sharad
Sharad (Sanskrit: शरद्) is the early autumn season or ritu in the Hindu calendar. It roughly corresponds to the western months of mid-September to mid-November. Sharad is preceded by Varsha and followed by Hemant. The Hindu calendar contains six seasons (Vasant, Grishma, Varsha, Sharad, Hemant, Shishir) with two months each.
Shekhar
Shekhar is a name that may refer to:
Shishir
In the Hindu calendar Shishir is the Ritu or season related to winters and cold. It is the month of Magha and Phalguna or mid January to mid March in the calendar year. It is also one among the many names of the Hindu God Lord Vishnu, and appears in the Vishnu sahasranama (Thousand names of Vishnu), signifying "913. sisirah — He Who rushed to render help. om sisiraya namah," and hence also a given name for boys. In context, the name also refers to His swift dash to protect His devotee Gajendra "914. SisiraH — saSathi, athithvarayaa gathaH ithi. Goes with great speed. In protecting Gajendhra the Lord rushed to help dragging Garuda behind Him. SaSa means a rabbit which gets the name from SaSathi , moves fast."
Shishira
Shishira (Sanskrit:शिशिरः) in Hindu calendar is the season or Ritu, related to winters and cold.
Shridhar
Shridhar is an Indian name. The name may refer to a number of persons or things:
Shubhendu
Shubhendu is a name, usually male, common in eastern India (Bengalis). The name means "blessed moon", and derives from two words; shubh, meaning "blessed", and indu meaning "moon". The feminine form of this name is Shubheksha.
Sitaramayya
Sitaramayya, Sitaramaiah, Seetharamaiah or Sita Ramayya (Telugu: సీతారామయ్య) is an Indian given name. Notable persons with that name include:
Smeet
Smeet is a masculine Indian name, somewhat common to the Gujarat and Maharashtra region. In Gujarati and Marathi, it means "smile."
Somesh
Somesh (Hindi:सोमेश pronounced: soːmeːʂ) is a Hindu given name used among South Asian people for males, particularly in India. The name means "Lord of the moon" or (as a bahuvrihi) "He whose lord is the moon". Somesh is also one of the names of the Hindu God Vishnu. It appears in the Vishnu Sahasranam (विष्णु सहस्रणाम, "1000 names of Vishnu"). It is also one of the names of Lord Shiva
Soumitra
Sourav
Sourav is a common Indian male first name. It means fragrance, generally that of flowers. Sourav is a common name in Assamese, Bengali, Oriya, Hindi and Tamil speaking people. Sourav may refer to:
Srikanta
Srinivas
Srinivas (Sanskrit श्रीनिवास) is a name for males in India. The word Srinivas is combination of two Sanskrit words, Sri (श्री) and nivasa (निवास).
Subrata
Subrata (Hindi: सबराता, Bengali: সুব্রত), also Subroto or Subrat, is a common name in India, especially among Bengali people and Oriya peoples. The name is also somewhat common in Indonesia, as many people have Sanskrit derived names there as well (in Java, Subroto is more common due to Javanese spelling structure of changing 'a' into an 'o'. It means "devoted to what is right"). Subrata is one among the thousands names of Lord Vishnu narrated in Vishnu sahashranama
Sudhir
Sudhir is a common Indian male name.
Sudhir Kumar
Sudhir Kumar is an Indian masculine name and may refer to:
Sukhbir
Sundar
Sundar, sometimes also spelt Sunder (Devanagari: सुन्दर) is an adjective signifying attractive, beautiful, good, handsome or nice. It has its origin in Sanskrit language. The word is also used as names of people by speakers of languages branching off of Indo-Aryan languages.
Sunil
Sunil (hindi : सुनील) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular masculine given name, which means "dark blue".
Surendranath
Surendranath is a common Indian male name.
Suresh
Suresh (sureša) is a Sanskrit word which means "Ruler of Gods"; from sur ‘god’ + īša ‘lord’, which is an epithet of the god Indra.
Sureza
Sureza (Sureša) is a Sanskrit word which means "Ruler of Gods" (its etymology is from sura "god" + īša "lord" which is an epithet of the god Indra).
Surinder
Sushil
Sushil is a first name often found in the Hindu community. It is also a common adjective found in north Indian languages such as Hindi, Oriya, Marathi, and Gujarati. The word has its root in the parent language Sanskrit. In these languages, it means "good charactered man" or virtuous or intelligent or studious. The feminine form (Sushila) also means clever or intelligent. It is also known as "modesty"in English. Sushil also means an aura which is positive. It means Sushil is such an aura which brings positivity in the negative atmosphere.
Séamus
Séamus (Irish pronunciation: [ˈʃeːməs]), is a male first name of Celtic origin. It is the Gaelic equivalent of the name James. The name James is the English New Testament variant for the Hebrew name Jacob. It entered the Irish and Scottish Gaelic languages from the French variation of the late Latin name for Jacob, Iacomus; a dialect variant of Iacobus, from the New Testament Greek Ἰάκωβος (Iákōvos), and ultimately from Hebrew word יעקב (Yaʻaqov), i.e. Jacob. Its meaning in Hebrew is "one who supplants" or more literally "one who grabs at the heel". When the Hebrew patriarch Jacob was born, he was grasping his twin brother Esau's heel.
Salvi
Saburō
Saburō or Saburo (さぶろう, サブロウ?) is a masculine Japanese given name.
Sachio
Sachio (written: 祥雄, 幸生, 幸夫, 倖生 or 左千夫) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sadaaki
Sadaaki (written: 定敬, 貞明 or 貞暁) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sadaharu
Sadaharu (written: 貞治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sadahiko
Sadahiko (written: 禎彦 or 貞彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:


Sadao
Sadatoshi
Sadatoshi (written: 貞敬, 貞利, 定俊 or 贞敏) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sadayoshi
Sadayoshi (written: 定義, 定良 or 貞義) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sadazane
Sadazane (written: 定実) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Saiichi
Saiichi (written: 才一 or 栽一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sakichi
Sakichi (written: 佐吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sanji
Sanji (written: 三次 or さん治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Satonari
Satonari (written: 達成 or 智成) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Satoru
Satoru (さとる, サトル?) is a Japanese verb meaning "to know" or "understand". It is a common masculine Japanese given name. Satoru is the root of the Zen Buddhist word Satori (悟り, enlightenment?).
Satsuo
Satsuo (written: 薩夫 or 左都夫) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seigen
Seigen (written: 清源 or 勢源) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seigo
Seigo is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seihō
Seihō, Seiho or Seihou (written: 勢朋, 清豊 or 栖鳳) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seiichi
Seiichi (written: 誠一, 聖一, 清一, 精一, 整一, 成一, 勢一, 盛一 or 晟一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seiichirō
Seiichirō, Seiichiro or Seiichirou (written: 誠一郎 or 清一朗) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seiji
Seiji (written: 誠二, 誠治, 誠史, 誠司, 誠次, 清二, 清治, 清次, 聖二, 聖治, 聖司, 征二, 征治, 征爾, 成二, 精二, 菁児, 菁滋, 静児, 政二 or せいじ in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seijin
Seijin (written: 誠人 or 誠仁) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seijirō
Seijirō, Seijiro or Seijirou (written: 征二郎 or 晴二郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seiki
Seiki (written: 正紀, 世起, 靖己, 清喜 or 清輝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seikichi
Seikichi (written: 清吉 or 政吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seishi
Seishi (written: 聖史, 正士, 正史 or 誠志) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seishirō
Seishirō, Seishiro or Seishirou (written: 征四郎, 征士郎, 星史郎 or 清史郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Seiya
Seiya (星矢) is a masculine name of Japanese origin and it is also predominantly used in the Japanese language. It is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Seizō
Seizō, Seizo or Seizou (written: 精三, 省三 or せいぞう in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Senkichi
Senkichi (written: 仙吉 or 千吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shichirō
Shichirō, Shichiro or Shichirou (written: 七郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeaki
Shigeaki (written: 茂章, 茂昭, 成亮, 成彬, 成彰 or 重昭) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigefumi
Shigefumi (written: 重文 or 成文) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeharu
Shigeharu (written: 重治, 繁晴 or 秀治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigehiro
Shigehiro (written: 重煕, 茂弘, 繁浩, 成浩 or 繁博) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigehisa
Shigehisa (written: 繁久 or 茂久) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigekazu
Shigekazu (written: 盛一 or 重和) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeki
Shigeki (written: 茂樹, 茂喜, 茂輝, 繁樹, 重喜 or 成樹) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigemasa
Shigemasa (written: 重政 or 重昌) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigematsu
Shigematsu is a Japanese name.
Shigemi
Shigemitsu
Shigemitsu (written: 茂光 or 重光) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigenaga
Shigenaga (written: 重長 or 繁長) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigenobu
Shigenobu is a Japanese name. It is usually a male given name but can be a surname the name of a place. As with most personal names, the meaning of the name is derived from which kanji (Chinese characters) are used, and there are several different kanji that are pronounced "shige" and a few which can be pronounced "nobu".
Shigenori
Shigenori (written: 茂徳, 重徳, 重矩, 滋則, 茂憲, 茂矩, 樹頼 or 樹範) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeo
Shigeo (written: 茂雄, 茂生, 茂男, 茂夫, 成雄, 成男, 重雄, 重男, 重夫, 繁雄, 繁男, 晟郎, 殖生 or 滋雄) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeru
Shigeru is a Japanese given name.
Shigetada
Shigetada (written: 重忠 or 重格) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigetaka
Shigetaka is both a masculine Japanese given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeto
Shigeto (written: 重人, 繁人 or 茂人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigetoshi
Shigetoshi (written: 茂利, 滋利 or 重俊) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeyasu
Shigeyasu (written: 重保 or 重康 or 重安) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeyoshi
Shigeyoshi (written: 重喜, 重好, 重能, 重良, 重義, 重吉, 成美, 成栄, 茂義 or 臣善) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shigeyuki
Shigeyuki (written: 重之, 茂之 or 茂幸) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shikō
Shikō, Shiko or Shikou (written: 志功 or 紫紅) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:


Shin
Shingo
Shingo is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shin'ichi
Shin'ichi or Shinichi is a very common masculine Japanese given name. Shin and ichi are separated and it is pronounced [ɕiɴitɕi].
Shin'ichirō
Shin'ichirō, Shin'ichiro, or Shin'ichirou (written: 信一郎, 真一郎, 眞一郎, 晋一郎, 伸一郎, 振一郎 or 慎一郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shinji
Shinjirō
Shinjirō, Shinjiro or Shinjirou (written: 進次郎, 新次郎, 晋二郎 or 伸次郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shinjō
Shinjō, Shinjo or Shinjou (written: 新條, 新城, 新庄) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Shinkichi
Shinkichi (written: 信吉, 慎吉, 新吉 or 進吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shinpei
Shinpei or Shimpei (written: 心平, 晋平, 新平, 伸平 or 真平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shinsaku
Shinsaku (written: 伸作, 晋作 or 新作) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shinsuke
Shinsuke (written: 真介, 真輔, 信介, 信亮, 伸介, 晋介, 晋輔, 紳介, 紳助 or 慎介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shinta
Shinta (written: 真太 or 新太) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shintarō
Shintarō is any of several Japanese given names. They consist of a prefix followed by "tarō", which alone is a name common among first sons. Prefixes carry additional meaning, such as "new"; many of these can stand alone as a given name.
Shinya
Shinya (Shin'ya) is a Japanese given name, usually for males. It is pronounced as "Shin-ya", not "Shi-nya".
Shinzō
Shinzō, Shinzo or Shinzou (written: 晋三, 信三, 伸三, 慎三, 真三 or 新蔵) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shiryu
Shiryu (written: 紫龍) is a masculine Japanese given name meaning Growing Dragon. Notable people with the name include:
Shizuo
Shizuo (written: 静夫, 静雄, 静男 or 鎮雄) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shō
Shō or Shou is a Japanese given name.
Shōgo
Shōgo, Shogo or Shougo (written: 正吾, 正五, 省吾, 昭吾, 翔吾, 翔悟, 章吾, 昇吾, 昇悟, 勝吾, 鐘吾, 奨悟, 将吾 or 祥吾) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōhei
Shōhei, Shohei or Shouhei (written: 昌平, 昇平, 翔平, 祥平, 祥兵, 正平 or 章平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōichi
Shōichi, Shoichi or Shouichi (written: 昭一, 昇一, 正一, 昌一, 勝一 or 昇一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōji
Shōji, Shoji or Shouji is a masculine Japanese given name written with various kanji (正治, 昌二, 昭二, etc.).
Shōjirō
Shōjirō, Shojiro or Shoujirou (written: 祥二郎, 象二郎 or 正二郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōma
Shōma, Shoma or Shouma (written: 翔雅, 匠馬, 正馬, 昌磨 or 聖真) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōsuke
Shōsuke, Shosuke or Shousuke (written: 勝介, 勝助, 章介, 彰輔 or 奨典) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōta
Shōta, Shouta, or Shota (しょうた, ショウタ?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Shōtarō
Shōtarō, Shotaro or Shoutarou (written: 正太郎, 章太郎, 庄太郎, 祥太郎 or 翔太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōya
Shōya, Shoya or Shouya (written: 祥也 or 翔哉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shōzō
Shōzō, Shozo or Shouzou (written: 昭三, 省三, 省蔵, 省太, 正三, 正蔵 or 昌三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūgo
Shūgo, Shugo or Shuugo (written: 修吾, 周吾 or シューゴ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūhei
Shūhei, Shuhei or Shuuhei (written: 周平, 修平, 秀平 or シュウヘイ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūichi
Shūichi, Shuichi or Shuuichi is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūji
Shūji, Shuji or Shuuji (written: 修司, 修二, 修治, 修次, 州司, 収史, 秀爾 or 秀治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shun
Shun (written: 旬, 駿, 俊, 峻 or 舜) is a masculine Japanese given name meaning speed. Notable people with the name include:
Shun'ichi
Shun'ichi or Shunichi (written: 俊一 or 駿一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shun'ichirō
Shun'ichirō, Shun'ichiro or Shun'ichirou (written: 俊一郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shunji
Shunji (written: 俊二, 隼士) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include
Shunkichi
Shunkichi (written: 俊吉 or 駿吉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shunnosuke
Shunnosuke is a popular name in Japan. The name has Japanese roots.
Shunpei
Shunpei or Shumpei (written: 俊平, 舜平, 春平) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shunsaku
Shunsaku (written: 俊作) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shunsuke
Shunsuke is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shuntarō
Shuntarō or Shuntaro (written: 俊太郎 or 舜太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shun'ya
Shun'ya or Shunya (written: 俊也, 隼也 or 駿哉) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shunzō
Shunzō, Shunzo or Shunzou (written: 春三 or 俊三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūsaku
Shūsaku, Shusaku or Shuusaku is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūsuke
Shūsuke, Shusuke or Shuusuke (written: 修介, 秀介 or 周輔) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūta
Shūta, Shuta or Shuuta (written: 秀太 or 周大) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Shūzō
Shūzō, Shuzo or Shuuzou (written: 周造, 周藏, 修造, 修三 or 秀三) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sōgen
Sōgen, Sogen or Sougen (written: 宗現, 宗源 or 曹玄) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:


Sōichi
Sōichi, Soichi or Souichi (written: 壮一, 宗一, 聡一, 奏一 or そういち in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sōichirō
Sōichirō, Soichiro or Souichirou is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sōji
Sōji, Soji or Souji (written: 総司, 惣司 or 荘司) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sonosuke
Sonosuke or Sōnosuke (written: 惣之助 or 聡之介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sōsuke
Sōsuke, Sosuke or Sousuke (written: 宗佑, 宗輔, 宗助, 壮祐, 壮介, 壮亮, 荘介, 蒼甫, or 創介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sōtarō
Sōtarō, Sotaro or Soutarou (written: 聡太郎, 壮太郎, 宗太郎, 曾太郎, or 創太郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Suehiro
Suehiro is both a Japanese masculine given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Suguru
Suguru (written: 卓, 優 or 傑) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sukehiro
Sukehiro (written: 祐弘 or 輔煕) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sukemasa
Sukemasa (written: 亮政, 輔政, 資昌 or 佐理) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Suketoshi
Suketoshi (written: 資俊) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Suketsugu
Suketsugu (written: 輔嗣 or 資次) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sumio
Sumio (written: 澄男, 澄夫, 澄雄 or 純男) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Sumiyoshi
Sumiyoshi (written: 住吉) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Sunao
Sunao (written: 直, 淳, 愿, 順, 直男 or すなお in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Susumu
Susumu is a Japanese given name, and may refer to:
Sang-chul
Sang-chul is a Korean masculine 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 11 hanja with the reading "chul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Sang-hoon
Sang-hoon, also spelled Sang-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. It was the ninth-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1960 and 1970. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Sang-hyun
Sang-hyun is a Korean masculine 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 35 hanja with the reading "hyun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sang-jun
Sang-jun, also spelled Sang-joon, is a Korean male given name.
Sang-won
Sang-won is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning deends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 35 hanja with the reading "sang" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sang-woo
Sang-woo is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Sang-wook
Sang-wook is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Se-hun
Se-hun, also spelled Se-hoon or Sei-hoon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "se" and 12 hanja with the reading "hun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Se-yoon
Se-yoon is a Korean male given name.
Seo-jun
Seo-jun, also spelled Seo-joon, is a Korean masculine 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 34 hanja with the reading "jun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It was the second-most popular name for newborn boys in South Korea in 2015, with 3,422 being given the name.
Seok-ho
Seok-ho, also spelled Suk-ho, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "seok" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seok-ju
Seok-ju, also spelled Seok-joo or Sok-ju, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "seok" and 56 hanja with the reading "ju" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seong-hoon
Sung-hoon, also spelled Seong-hoon, is a Korean masculine given name. It was the fifth-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1970, falling to sixth place in 1980. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. One common pair of hanja used to write this name (成勲) can also be read as a Japanese name Yoshihiro. People with this name include:
Seung-chul
Seung-chul, also spelled Seung-cheol or Sung-chol, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 11 hanja with the reading "chul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seung-gi
Seung-gi, also spelled Seung-ki or Sung-gi, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 68 hanja with the reading "ki" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Seung-heon
Seung-heon, also spelled Seung-hun, is a Korean male given name.
Seung-ho
Seung-ho is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Seung-hoon
Seung-hoon, also spelled Seung-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja with which it is written. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Seung-hwan
Seung-hwan is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seung-jae
seung: 乘承勝昇僧丞陞繩蠅升 榺氶塍㞼陹
Seung-jun
Seung-jun, also spelled Seung-joon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 34 hanja with the reading "jun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seung-soo
Seung-soo is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Seung-won
Seung-won is a Korean male given name
Seung-woo
Seung-woo is a Korean male given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 41 hanja with the reading "woo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seung-yoon
Seung-yoon is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 16 hanja with the reading "yoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Shi-woo
Shi-woo, also spelled Si-woo, is a Korean masculine given name. It was the fourth-most popular name for newborn boys in South Korea in 2011. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 39 hanja with the reading "shi" and 41 hanja with the reading "woo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Soo-geun
Soo-geun, also spelled Swoo-geun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "soo" and 18 hanja with the reading "geun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Suk-won
Suk-won, also spelled Seok-won, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "suk" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sun-woo
Sun-woo, also spelled Seon-woo, is a Korean surname and masculine given name.
Sung-chul
Sung-chul, also spelled Song-chol, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 11 hanja with the reading "chul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sung-ha
Sung-ha, also spelled Seong-ha, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 24 hanja with the reading "ha" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sung-ho
Sung-ho, also spelled Seong-ho, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It was the sixth-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1950, rising to first place in 1960, but was displaced from the top spot in 1970 by Ji-hoon.
Sung-il
Sung-il, also spelled Seong-il or Seoung-il, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and ten hanja with the reading "il" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. One pair of hanja used to write this name (成一) also correspond to a number of different Japanese given names, including the on-yomi Seiichi and kun-yomi such as Iwao and Masakazu.
Sung-jae
Sung-jae, also spelled Seong-jae, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 20 hanja with the reading "jae" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.


Sung-jin
Sung-jin, also spelled Seong-jin or Song-jin, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 48 hanja with the reading "jin" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Sung-keun
Sung-keun, also spelled Song-gun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 18 hanja with the reading "geun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sung-ki
Sung-ki is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 68 hanja with the reading "ki" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It was the ninth-most-popular name for newborn boys in 1940, according to South Korean government data.
Sung-min
Sung-min, also spelled Seong-min, is a Korean unisex given name (predominately masculine). Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 27 hanja with the reading "min" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. Sung-min was the eighth-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1970, rising to second place in 1980, where it remained in 1990.
Sung-mo
Sung-mo is a Korean male given name
Sung-nam
Sung-nam, also spelled Song-nam, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "Sung" and five hanja with the reading "nam" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. One pair of hanja used to write the name (成男) also correspond to a number of Japanese given names, including Shigeo and Naruo.
Sung-soo
Sung-soo, also spelled Seong-soo, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It was the third-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1950, falling to seventh place in 1960.
Sung-won
Sung-won, also spelled Seong-won, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Sung-woo
Sung-woo, also spelled Seong-woo, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 41 hanja with the reading "woo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Sung-yong
Sung-yong, also spelled Seng-yong in the Yale transcription system or Seong-yong in Revised Romanization, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Sandis
Sandis is a given name which may refer to:
Sīmanis
Sīmanis is a Latvian masculine given name. Its name day is 5 January.
Spodris
Spodris is a Latvian male given name. The name day of persons named Spodris is January 28.
Šarūnas
Šarūnas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. There is also a feminine form of this name, Šarūnė.
Saulius
Saulius is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Sigitas
Sigitas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Simas
Simas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. It is often a diminutive of the name Simonas. People with the name Simas include:
Simonas
Simonas (shortened as Simas) is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Steponas
Steponas (shortened as Stepas) is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Stian
Stian is a given name for males, originating from Norway. It is the modern form of the Old Norse name Stígandr, which means "wanderer." Another translation given is "quick on his feet."
Sverre
Sverre, Sverrir or Sverri is a Nordic name from the Old Norse Sverrir, meaning "wild, swinging, spinning". It is a common name in Norway, Iceland and the Faroe Islands; it is less common in Denmark and Sweden. It can also be a surname. Sverre may refer to:
Saqlain
Shahrokh
Shahrokh or Shahrukh may mean:
Serginho
Serginho is a diminutive form of given name Sérgio and may refer to:
Sidnei
Sidnei is a masculine given name of Portuguese origin. People with that name include:
Sigtrygg
Sigtrygg (Sigtryggr) is an Old Norse given name, composed of the elements sig "victory" and trygg "trusty, true".
Sivert
Sivert is a Scandinavian male name, a variant of Sigvard and Siward.
Sune
Sune can be an Afrikaans female name, or an old Nordic male name, derived from an ancient Nordic word for "son".
Sweyn
Sweyn is a Scandinavian masculine given name which may refer to:
Seumas
Seumas is a masculine given name in Irish, and Scottish Gaelic. The names are the equivalent of the English James. The Scottish Gaelic Seumas is pronounced "shay-mas". The vocative case of the Scottish Gaelic Seumas is Sheumais, which has given form to the Anglicised form of this name, Hamish. In Irish, Seumas is the older form of the modern Séamas. This modern name is pronounced "shay-mus" in Irish. Another earlier form of Séamas is Séamus, which is partially Anglicised as Seamus.
Savatije
Savatije (Serbian Cyrillic: Саватије) is a Serbian masculine given name, a variant of Sabbatius. Notable people with the name include:
Slaviša
Slaviša (Cyrillic script: Славиша) is a South Slavic masculine given name, an old Slavic origin given name derived from word "slav" - glory.
Spasoje
Spasoje (Cyrillic script: Спасоје) is a masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Staniša
Staniša (Cyrillic script: Станиша) is a Serbian masculine given name of Slavic origin. The name may refer to:
Stracimir
Stracimir is an archaic masculine Serbian name. Notable people with the name include:
Strahinja
Strahinja (Serbian Cyrillic: Страхиња) is a Serbian given name. The name is pagan and dates back to medieval Serbia, where it is first attested in 1322 as 'Страхинья'.
Sixten
Staffan
Staffan is a Swedish form of Stephen and may refer to:
Stellan
Stellan is a masculine given name used in Sweden, the origins of which are uncertain. The name may refer to:
Svante
Svante is a Swedish first name for males. It originates from Slavic ancestors of first prominent Svantes in Sweden. The Slavic languages have the name which is rendered as Sviatopolk in Russian, Świętopełk in Polish and Svatopluk/Svätopluk in Czech and Slovakian. Also Svjatopluk and so forth in other renditions.
Şahan
Şahan is as a variant of Şahin, a Turkish name. Notable people with the name include:
Şahin
Şahin (Turkish pronunciation: [ʃahin] Iranian: شاهين, Shāhīn) is a name of Iranian origin that means falcon. Notable people with the name include:
Şakir
Şakir is a Turkish name. Şakir or Sakir may refer to:
Sancak
Savaş
Savaş is a Turkish name and may be derived from the Persian name Siyâvaš and refers to:
Şeker
Şeker, meaning "sugar", is a masculine Turkish given name, which also appears as a surname.
Şener
Şener is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Şenol
Şenol is a Turkish given name for males. People named Şenol include:
Şeref
Şeref is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Şerif
Şerif is a Turkish name. Notable people with the name include:


Sertan
Sertan is a Turkish given name for males and may refer to:
Şevket
Şevket is the Turkish form of the Arabic male name Shawkat. People named Şevket include:
Şevki
Şinasi
Şinasi is the Turkish spelling of the Arabic name (Arabic: شناسي‎‎), also transliterated as Shinasi. Today, it is commonly used as a male given name.
Şükrü
Şükrü (Turkish from Arabic: شكري‎‎) may refer to:
Sümer
Sviatoslav
Sviatoslav or Svyatoslav is a given name of Slavic origin. Cognates include Svetoslav, Svatoslav, Świętosław, Svetislav. It has a Pre-Christian pagan character and means "one who worships the light". In Christian times the name's meaning started to be associated with the roots "sveat'" (holy) + "slava" (worship), to be explained as "One who worships the Holy". A diminutive form for Sviatoslav is Svetlyo (Bulgarian), Svetik (Russian), Świętek (Polish), Slavik (Ukrainian). Its feminine form is Sviatoslava. The name may refer to:
Şaban
Şaban is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The name refers to the Sha'aban, the eighth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.
Sacha
Sacha is a masculine given name. It is a variant of Sascha, the Russian diminutive of Alexander.
Sachso
Şadi
Şadi is a Turkish/Kurdish male given name of Persian origin. Also the name SADI with Arab origin exists as a Turkish name. An Arabic form of the name is sa'di (Arabic سعدي) with the meaning "happy".
Sağlam
Sağlam is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "the healthy" or "the reliable".
Sakıp
Sakıp is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "bright, bright, shiny, bright"; also: "excellent".
Salama
Salama (Arabic سلامة, DMG Salama) is a masculine given name of Arabic origin. He means "Security, well-being". It is also the Finnish word for "Lightning". Both occur as surnames.
Saliamonas
Salomon is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Solomon.
Salomo
Salvator
Salvijus
Salvijus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Salvius.
Samson
Sanatruq
Sanatruq (Sanaṭrūq, gräzisiert Sanatrukes, also Sinatrukes) is an Iranian (sakischer?) Name, with the meaning "Subduing the enemy".
Sandy
Şanlı
Şanlı is a Turkish male first name and family name. Outside of the Turkish language and regardless of the Turkish name of the name Saba occurs.
Sanna
Sanna is a first name. It can be worn by women as well as men. The name comes from the Norse (as a female form), as well as from the African (as masculine form).
Santeri
Santeri is a Finnish male given name. He is a short form of the name Aleksanteri, a variant of the name Alexander.
Scharbel
Sassan
Saulo
Sauro
Sauro is an Italian male given name, which is also a family name.
Sazak
Sazak is a Turkish male first name and family name with the meaning strongly flowing wind.
Scevola
Scevola is an Italian male given name.
Schamil
Shamil (Russian Шамиль; also Shamil) is a masculine given name of Arabic origin, is used nowadays mainly in the successor States of the Soviet Union.
Schelomo
Schemaja
Schimi
Schmuel
Schota
Scott
Sead
Sead is a Bosnian male given name, the Bosnian form of the Arabic name, sa'id with the meaning "happy".
Seamus
Seamus, also Séamus [ˈʃeɪməs], is a male first name of Irish origin meaning one that replaced (occurs at a different location). The name goes back to the Hebrew name Jacob; James is the anglicised form.
Sebestyén
Salehi is a Hungarian masculine first name and family name. He is the Hungarian version of the name Sebastian.
Seda
Seda is a Turkish male and (mostly) female given name of Arabic origin meaning "sound, noise, voice, Echo", which frequently occurs as a female given name in the Armenian.
Seff
Seff is a common especially in the German-speaking world, popular form of the male given name Josef.
Semavi
John is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Semir
Salima is an Arab, Turkish and Bosnian male given name, which is used in particular in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a variant of Samir.
Şentürk
Şentuerk is a Turkish male first name and family name. Şentuerk means "cheerful, lively and happy Turk".
Şerafettin
Şerafettin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Serenus
Serenus ("bright, clear, quiet"; related with Greek ξηρός 'dry') is an ancient Roman name which was used in later times as a Christian baptism and first name. Serenus (Italian and Spanish Sereno, frankoprovenzalisch Serein, French Serein) is the masculine form of the name, the feminine form of the name Serena (in the derivational influenced by Sirena > old French Seraine, French Sereine, Serena, Romansh: Seraina).
Serge
Serge is a male given name, which is derived from the Roman family name of Sergius. It is particularly in the French-speaking countries. The form of Sergei is common in Eastern Europe. In the Italian and Spanish which does exist variant Sergio in the Portuguese Sérgio, the Romanian Sergiu, the Ukrainian Serhiy (ukr. Сергій) and the Belarusian Sergey (belarus. Сяргей).
Sergejus
Serge jus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Sergey (Russian).
Sérgio
Sérgio is a Portuguese male given name, derived from the Latin name of Sergius, which in turn probably was of Etruscan origin. The Spanish and Italian form of the name is Sergio. Sérgio occurs as a family name.


Sergiu
Sergiu is a Romanian male given name as a Romanian form of the Roman family name of Sergius.
Sherko
Servius
Sextus
Seymour
Seymour (pronounced SIH-mor) is an English masculine given name.
Shane
Sheldon
Shin’ichi
Shinichi is a male Japanese given name.
Shyam
Shyam (modern short form of Shyama; from Sanskrit श्याम = dark, blue, black) is a male given name, especially in the Indian language. Rarely, it occurs as a feminine given name and a family name.
Siebrand
Edge of the screen is a rare male Dutch name, which occurs as a surname. Variant: Sibrand, Sibran. Edge of the screen is an originally Germanic name. The syllable she's... corresponds with win - SIG - in German given name (Siegfried, Sigrid etc.); Brand stands for (flaming) sword (cf. Hildebrandt). The name therefore means winner sword.
Siegbald
Siegfried
Sievert
Sigfús
Sigfús is an Icelandic and Faroese given name.
Sigmundur
Sigmundur is a masculine given name of Icelandic and Faroese.
Sigtryggur
Vocalist is an Icelandic male given name.
Sigutis
Sigutis is a Lithuanian female name derived from Siegfriede.
Silverijus
Silverijus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Silverius.
Silvester
Simon
Simon
Simon (Variant: Simeon) is a masculine given name. The female form is in the German Simone (Italian, Simone, however, is the masculine form, the female is Simona).
Şimşek
Şimşek is a Turkish male given name and family name with the meaning of "Flash". Occasionally the spelling of Sami occurs outside of the Turkish language.
Sırrı
Sırrı is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The name means one who can keep a secret.
Siva
Şiyar
Skirmantas
Skirmantas is a Lithuanian given name (derived from skir-ti + manta rays). The feminine form is Skirmantė.
Smizer
Smizer ([ˈzmitsʲer]) is the Belarusian variant of originating from Greek first name Dmitri. In addition to Smizer also Dzimitry is in Belarus (Belarusian Дзмітрый) as Belarusian form of Russian Dmitri in use. Well-known bearer of the name Smizer are:
Snorri
Snorri is an Icelandic name.
Sahale
Sahale is a masculine given name.
Salîm
Salîm is a masculine given name.
Sámson
Samson is a Hungarian given name.
Sasuke
Sasuke (さすけ?) is a male Japanese given name.
Saül
Saül is a masculine given name.
Schangala
Schangala is a masculine given name.
Sékou
Sékou is a masculine given name.
Serlon
Serlon is a masculine given name.
Seth
Seth is a male given name for articles about people with this name, see the auto-generated list. Seth is a warrior deity in Egyptian mythology. Seth I was a King of the 13th dynasty of Egypt. Seth is a Biblical character, the third son of Adam. Seth is a Canadian comic strip author. Seth Cohen is a fictional character from the TV series is the O.c. Seth a series of video games Street Fighter character fight. Seth is a bad God created by Marvel Comics. Music-Seth is a French metal band. Seth Gueko is a French rapper. Other Seth is a municipality in the District of Segeberg, in Schleswig-Holstein. Seth is a zone (region) of the comet 67 p/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Seth is a family name: Catriona Seth (born 1964), is a Professor of French literature of the 18th century. This document
Shimon
Shpend
Shpend is a masculine given name.
Skúli
Skúli is a male given name Icelandic is notably through:
Sören
Sören is a masculine given name.
Souleymane
Souleymane is a masculine given name.
Stanislas
Stark
Steeve
Steeve is a masculine given name.
Sture
Sture is a masculine given name.
Surány
Surany is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Szabolcs
Szabolcs is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Szilveszter
Szilveszter is a masculine given name.





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