Names that Starts With "S"

Male Names
  • Saakaar (Indian) - The manifestation of God
  • Saarah (German) - Princess.
  • Saarang (Indian) - The Moon and the Sun
  • Saaras (Indian) - A swan-like person
  • Saarthik (Indian) - The noble man
  • Saatatya (Indian) - Endless, never ending
  • Saatvik (Indian) - Name of Lord Krishna
  • Sabad (Indian) - Guru's words
  • Sabal (Indian) - One with great strenght
  • Sabala (Indian) - One who is powerful
  • Sabastian (United States) - The vulnerable one
  • Sabastian (Latin) - Man from Sebaste [English speaking countries]
  • Sabhajit (Indian) - The celebrated one
  • Sabhya (Indian) - A refined and civilized one
  • Saburo (Japanese) - Japanese name meaning brightness
  • Sacchidananda (Indian) - The feeling of complete bliss
  • Sachan (Indian) - A person who is friendly
  • Sachchit (Indian) - A person who is consciouss, but joyful
  • Sachdeep (Indian) - Indian name meaning the Light of the Truth
  • Sachdev (Indian) - The Truth of the God
  • Sachdhian (Indian) - A person who is captivated in truth
  • Sachet (Indian) - The joy the consciousness brings
  • Sachetan (Indian) - A person who thinks rationaly, with both feet on the ground
  • Sachgian (Indian) - A person that posesses the true knowledge of things
  • Sachh (Indian) - The truth and honesty
  • Sachi (Indian) - One who is the descendant of the Sun God
  • Sachidanand (Indian) - A person whose mind is good and whose personality is joyful
  • Sachihiro (Japanese) - A broad happiness
  • Sachint (Indian) - The essence, the existance of things
  • Sachish (Indian) - The Lord Indra
  • Sachisth (Indian) - A person who is the most powerful in helping people
  • Sachit (Indian) - To be joyful and conscious
  • Sachiv (Indian) - A person who is friendly, generaly good friends to others
  • Sachkeerat (Indian) - One who sings praises of Gods
  • Sachleen (Indian) - One who is consumed in God's truth
  • Sachman (Indian) - One who is true to the core, who is true at heart
  • Sachpreet (Indian) - The feeling of true love, or the love of God
  • Sachsev (Indian) - A person who is the servant of the truth
  • Sachsukh (Indian) - A person who found the true peace
  • Sachveer (Indian) - One who is bravely fighting and upholding the truth
  • Sada shiv (Indian) - The God is etarnal
  • Sada sivam (Indian) - An encouraging, favorable person
  • Sadabindu (Indian) - The name of Lord Vinshu
  • Sadaiappan (Indian) - Another name of the Lord Shiva
  • Sadajit (Indian) - The always victorious man
  • Sadanand (Indian) - The ever joyous and happy individual
  • Sadananda (Indian) - A name of the God
  • Sadanandam (Indian) - A man who is always in a happy mood
  • Sadar (Indian) - One who is always respectful
  • Sadashiv (Indian) - An individual who is pure
  • Sadashiva (Indian) - The ever-auspicious individual
  • Sadavir (Indian) - The person who is ever-couragious
  • Sadeepan (Indian) - One who is lighted up
  • Sadewa (Indian) - One of the twins
  • Sadgun (Indian) - A man of many virtues
  • Sadguna (Indian) - A virtuous man with good qualities
  • Sadha (Indian) - One who is eternal
  • Sadhan (Indian) - The feeling of fulfillment
  • Sadhil (Indian) - A perfect person
  • Sadhin (Indian) - One who will accomplish things
  • Sadhu (Indian) - The rightteous, holy person
  • Sadhuj (Indian) - The Good conduct
  • Sadiksha (Indian) - A person with good intentions
  • Sadiva (Indian) - Eternal, endless one
  • Sadra (Indian) - A chief, a leader
  • Sadri (Indian) - The one who is in charge
  • Sadru (Indian) - Name of Lord Vishnu
  • Saewald (English) - Sea powerful
  • Safal (Indian) - To succeed
  • Saffar (Indian) - Occupational name, a coppersmith
  • Safin (English) - small name of Islamic Prophet, Muhammad SAW
  • Sagardutt (Indian) - he who is a gift of the ocean
  • Sage (Arabic) - Wise one.
  • Sage - One known for his wisdom
  • Sagebrush (English)
  • Sagma (Indian) - A mighty and powerful individual
  • Sagni (Indian) - One who is like a sacred fire
  • Sagnik (Indian) - One who is fiery and passionate. One who coquers the fire
  • Sagun (Indian) - One who has divine qualities
  • Sagurik (Indian) - A capable, energetic, active person
  • Sahadã©va (Indian) - The youngest pandava prince who offered the first honors to Krishna
  • Sahadev (Indian) - One of the princes of Paravas
  • Sahaj (Indian) - One who is easy and natural
  • Sahak (United States) - The one who laughs and rejoices
  • Sahanj (Indian) - He is a King
  • Sahara
  • Saharsh (Indian) - One who is generaly joyful and happy
  • Sahas (Indian) - A person of great bravery
  • Sahasanu (Indian) - A patien man
  • Sahasin (Indian) - A person who is powerful and mighty
  • Sahaskrit (Indian) - One who bestoves the strenght and power
  • Sahasrad (Indian) - Another name of Lord Shiva
  • Sahastrabahu (Indian) - One who has a thousand arms
  • Sahastrajit (Indian) - One with a thousand victories
  • Sahasvat (Indian) - One who is full of velour
  • Sahasya (Indian) - A courageous and mighty person
  • Sahat (Indian) - A powerful and strong man
  • Sahaujas (Indian) - One who is given strength and power
  • Sahavan (Indian) - The 5th month of the Hindu year, also means the rain during a monsoon season
  • Sahaya (Indian) - A name of the Lord Shiva
  • Sahayu (Indian) - One who is victorius, a winner
  • Sahen (Indian) - A high flying falcon
  • Sahendra (Indian) - One who is nearly as powerful as God Indra
  • Sahib (Punjabi) - Master, the master [English and Hindi speaking countries]
  • Sahishnu (Indian) - Name of Lord Vishnu
  • Sahisht (Indian) - The one who is the strongest
  • Sahith (Indian) - One who loves literature
  • Sahodar (Indian) - The name means brother
  • Sahojit (Indian) - One who is known for his great strenght
  • Sahor (Indian) - One who is excellent, pious
  • Sahovan (Indian) - The mighty superior
  • Sai satpurusha (Indian) - A virtuous, pious one
  • Saiamartya (Indian) - The immortal one
  • Saibal (Indian) - An aquatic plant
  • Saibya (Indian) - One who belongs to Lord Shiva
  • Saicharan (Indian) - A flower, Sai's feet
  • Saideep (Indian) - Name of Lord Sai Baba
  • Saihaj (Indian) - Peaceful and equipoise person
  • Saijeevadhara (Indian) - One who supports all human beings
  • Saikalakala (Indian) - Name of Lord Sai Baba
  • Saikalateeta (Indian) - He who has no limitations
  • Saikiran (Indian) - Sai's light
  • Sailadev (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Sailan (Indian) - One who is a leader, a ruler
  • Sailendra (Indian) - A king of the mountains, Himalaya
  • Sainath (Indian) - Name of Sai baba
  • Saiprasad (Indian) - Blessing of Sai baba
  • Saipratap (Indian) - One who is blessed by Sai baba
  • Sajan (Indian) - A beloved person
  • Saji (Indian) - A scholar, someone who loves learning
  • Sajitvan (Indian) - A victorious superior person
  • Sajiv (Indian) - A person with a lively personality
  • Sajiva (Indian) - A man who is full of liveforce
  • Saju (Indian) - A wandered. Person who travels a lot
  • Sakaleshwar (Indian) - One who is lord of everything
  • Sakari (Indian) - A sweet baby Boy
  • Sakash (Indian) - An illuminated person, that the light shines on
  • Saket (Indian) - Lord Krishna
  • Saketharaman (Indian) - The name of Lord Rama
  • Sakhya (Indian) - A feeling of mutual friendship and a friend's love
  • Saksham (Indian) - A capable, skilful person
  • Sakshat (Indian) - The one with a real appearance.
  • Sakshum (Indian) - A person of many skils
  • Sakthi (Indian) - To posess a great power
  • Sakthivel (Indian) - An instrument of power that the Goddess Parvati gave to her son
  • Sakyasinha (Indian) - The Lord Buddha
  • Salaj (Indian) - Water flowing from melted ice in mountains
  • Salarjung (Indian) - A leader in a war
  • Salbatore (Spanish) - Savior
  • Salford (Spanish) - From the willow ford
  • Salil (Indian) - Indian name meaning water
  • Salim (English) - Peace
  • Sally (Arabic) - Princess
  • Salm (Indian) - Eldest son of Fairdoon
  • Salokh (Indian) - A name representing friendship
  • Salvador (Latin) - Saviour [English speaking countries]

    El Salvador is a country in Central America. El Salvador means 'the saviour' - it was named after Jesus Christ by Spanish conquistadors. The country is a similar size to the US state of Massachusetts with a population of 6.9 million.

    Salva

  • Salvadore (Spanish) - Savior
  • Salvatore (Italian) - Saviour; rescuer [English and Italian speaking countries]

    Italian variation of Salvador

  • Sam (Spanish)
  • Samabashiv (Indian) - A name for the Lord Shiva
  • Samadhan (Indian) - The feeling of pure satisfaction
  • Samaj (Indian) - A name of Lord Indra
  • Samajas (Indian) - Another name of Lord Indra
  • Samaksh (Indian) - To be in front of something or someone
  • Samalya (Indian) - A strand of material, garland
  • Samant (Indian) - To feel whole, or universal
  • Samantbhadra (Indian) - Samantbhadra is the name of a famous Jain Acharya from ancient India. It means to feel complete or whole.
  • Samanyu (Indian) - A name of Lord Shiva
  • Samara - Protected by God
  • Samarajit (Indian) - The one who came from the war as victorious
  • Samarbir (Indian) - A man who is brave in the war
  • Samardh (Indian) - A personf who is poferful
  • Samarendra (Indian) - The Lord of the War, or the name of Lord Vishnu
  • Samarendu (Indian) - The War Lord
  • Samaresh (Indian) - The Lord Vishnu
  • Samarjeet (Indian) - The winner of the war, or a battle
  • Samarjit (Indian) - The victor of the war
  • Samarpan (Indian) - To dedicate something,or set is aside fot a special use
  • Samarpit (Indian) - One who is a tribute
  • Samarth (Indian) - One who has the power
  • Samarthi (Indian) - A powerful male
  • Samarthya (Indian) - One with the big strenght
  • Samarveeer (Indian) - He is a King of the war
  • Samarvir (Indian) - A person who is the hero of the war or battle
  • Samavart (Indian) - Another name of Lord Vishnu
  • Samay (Indian) - The begining or a start of somethin new
  • Samba (Indian) - Something shinign and rising
  • Sambaran (Indian) - Someone who is an acient king
  • Sambha (Indian) - A person or an object that shines
  • Sambhav (Indian) - A source of the blissfulness
  • Sambhavnath (Indian) - It's the name of the 3rd Tirthankara. Sambhavnath means born or manifested.
  • Sambhddha (Indian) - A person of great wisdom
  • Sambhu (Indian) - Name of Lord SHiva
  • Sambit (Indian) - A man of great concsciousness
  • Sambodh (Indian) - To posess the complete knowledge
  • Sambuddha (Indian) - A person who is wise, smart
  • Samdani (Indian) - A male name that is of Indian origin
  • Samdarshi (Indian) - Name of Lord Krishna
  • Samedh (Indian) - A person of full strenght
  • Sameep (Indian) - To be close to something or someone
  • Sameer (Arabic) - Pleasant companion [Arabic and English speaking countries]
  • Sameeran (Indian) - A gentle breeze
  • Samen (Indian) - He who is happy
  • Samendra (Indian) - He who won the war
  • Samendu (Indian) - Name of Lord Vishnu
  • Samesh (Indian) - The Lord of equality
  • Samgram (Indian) - One who is at war
  • Samhit (Indian) - A secret text
  • Samhith (Indian) - A vedic composition
  • Samidh (Indian) - He who is perfectly full
  • Samir (Arabic) - Pleasant companion [Arabic and English speaking countries]
  • Samiran (Indian) - A gentle breeze
  • Samividhan (Indian) - One with great constitution
  • Samkit (Indian) - Right Knowledge, satisfied, self realization.
  • Sammat (Indian) - An agreeable person
  • Sammath (Indian) - Indian name meaning to agree
  • Sammed (Indian) - Sammed is the place where the 20 Tirthankaras attained nirvana.
  • Sammie (Hebrew) - His name is God [English speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of Sammy

  • Sammud (Indian) - A person that brings joy
  • Sammy Jo (Arabic) - Sammy means name of God. Jo is an abbreviation of names like Joanna and Josephin. Also used as a prefix in compound names like Jobeth and Jolisa.
  • Sammyak (Indian) - Indian name meaning enough
  • Samodh (Indian) - One who smells of joy
  • Samoe (Indian) - One who resides
  • Sampat (Indian) - A wealthy person
  • Sampath (Indian) - Hindu name
  • Sampath kumar (Indian) - A blessed young Boy
  • Sampati (Indian) - A lucky one
  • Sampavan (Indian) - He who has a pure heart
  • Sampoorn (Indian) - A complete, happy person
  • Samprad (Indian) - He who is cultured
  • Samprati (Indian) - One who is on the right way in life
  • Samprit (Indian) - A pleased and happy person
  • Sampuran (Indian) - The perfect one
  • Samraj (Indian) - One that rules the universe
  • Samranpal (Indian) - An indian Boy's name
  • Samrat (Indian) - A ruler or an emperor
  • Samrath (Indian) - A powerful and allmighty ruler
  • Samridh (Indian) - A perfect person
  • Samrudh (Indian) - A person who is enriched
  • Samsaptaka (Indian) - A person who took a vow to never retreat. To conquer or die
  • Samskar (Indian) - A person with high moral values and good ethics
  • Samson (Hebrew) - Sun [English speaking countries]

    Well known from the Biblical story of Samson and Delilah. Samson was a prophet during the time that the Israelites were being attacked by the Philistines. He fell in love with Delilah, who was working for the Philistines, and revealed to her that the sour

  • Samudragupta (Indian) - A famous King of Grupta
  • Samudrasen (Indian) - The Lord of the sea and an ocean
  • Samuel (Hebrew) - His name is God [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    In the Old Testament, Samuel was the son of Hannah, a prophet and a judge who anointed Saul as the first king of Israel. Samuel was the 25th most popular boy's name in the US in 2006 and the 8th most popular in the UK.

  • Samuru (Japanese) - His name is God
  • Samvar (Indian) - One who is content and satisfied.
  • Samvath (Indian) - Understanding; being able to comprehend every circumstances
  • Samvid (Indian) - Knowledge; awareness of certain things in life, learnings from life
  • Samwise (United States) - Character from Lord of the Rings; from samwis means, half-wise or simple, natural and pure
  • Samyak (Indian) - Adequate for the want or need, sufficient for the purpose or satisfy
  • Samynathan (Indian) - Lord Shiva's son, god murugans name
  • Sanaa (Hebrew) - Work of Art, Beauty.
  • Sanaatan (Indian) - Lasting or intended to last or to be permanent
  • Sanag (Indian) - An alluring mountain
  • Sanal (Indian) - Place where offering of their sacrifice resides. Vigorous; healthy and full of energy
  • Sanas (Indian) - Literally means laughing or smiling
  • Sanat (Indian) - Lord Brahma the creator. Ancient; prehistoric, an old person
  • Sanatan (Indian) - Everlasting immortal lord
  • Sanatana (Indian) - Lord Shiva, one of the hindu trinity
  • Sanath (Indian) - Accompanied by or with a protector
  • Sanay (Indian) - One that will last forever, a prayer or a praise
  • Sanchay (Indian) - Muster of person or things in a certain place
  • Sanchit (Indian) - Collected
  • Sancho (Indian) - Truthful and sincere
  • Sandeep (Indian) - A lighted lamp
  • Sandeep (Indian) - Lighting the way [English speaking countries]
  • Sandeepan (Indian) - An aromatic plant
  • Sandeepen (Indian) - Lighting; brighten life
  • Sandeepon (Indian) - Profoundly wise man
  • Sandesh (Indian) - Holds the message
  • Sandhatha (Indian) - Lord vishnu, the giver and provider of things
  • Sandip (Indian) - One who is enlightened
  • Sandra (English) - Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander.
  • Saneesh (Indian) - Brilliant Boy. Gives light to life
  • Sanehi (Indian) - Means a precious one, beloved
  • Sanford (English) - From the sandy ford
  • Sangat (Indian) - Affiliate with holy congregation
  • Sangir (Indian) - Expression of approval or agreement
  • Sangod (Indian) - With water pond lake
  • Sangram (Indian) - A kind of revolution
  • Sanhata (Indian) - Conciseness
  • Sanisth (Indian) - Gaining the most in life
  • Sanivesh (Indian) - Way someone or something looks or appears in someone's eye
  • Sanja (Indian) - God universal creator; A dream while asleep
  • Sanjay (Indian) - Pursued victory
  • Sanjeet (Indian) - Invincible
  • Sanjeev (Indian) - Giving life, re-animating
  • Sanjit (Indian) - One who is always victorious
  • Sanjiv (Indian) - Vital
  • Sanjivan (Indian) - Making alive, giving life
  • Sanjog (Indian) - Conincidence
  • Sanjval (Indian) - Well lit blazing brightly
  • Sankalp (Indian) - Will, determination
  • Sankara (Indian) - Shiva
  • Sankarsana (Indian) - One who ploughs
  • Sankarshan (Indian) - A name of balaram
  • Sanket (Indian) - Signal
  • Sankha (Indian) - A konch shell
  • Sankhep (Indian) - A synopsys
  • Sankil (Indian) - A burning torch
  • Sankul (Indian) - Crowded together, dense
  • Sanmati (Indian) - Sanmati is the name of Bhagwan Mahavir. It means noble.
  • Sannath (Indian) - Accompanied by a protector
  • Sannibh (Indian) - Rays of light
  • Sannidhi (Indian) - Nearness
  • Sannigdh (Indian) - Always ready
  • Sanobar (Indian) - A pine tree
  • Sanora (English)
  • Sansaar (Indian) - A cration of the world
  • Sanshray (Indian) - Aim
  • Sanshubh (Indian) - Radiantly beautiful one
  • Sanskar (Indian) - Good ethics and moral values
  • Santan (Indian) - A tree
  • Santana (Spanish) - Saintlike; Saint Anne [English speaking countries]

    A combination of san (saint) and Ana.

  • Santanak (Indian) - A tree that is spreading
  • Santanu (Indian) - One who is whole
  • Santatey (Indian) - One who is extended
  • Santavir (Indian) - One who shows great courage
  • Santhosh (Indian) - Happy
  • Santiago (Spanish) - Saint James [English and Spanish speaking countries]

    Iago is the Spanish version of James. Santiago de Compostela (Saint James of Compostela) in Spain is a Christian pilgrimage destination that has been popular since the Middle Ages.

    The Old Man and the Sea is a short novel written by Ernest

  • Santino (Italian) - Sacred [English speaking countries]

    Endearment of Santo

  • Santino (Indian) - Sacred
  • Santokh (Indian) - One who is patient and peaceful
  • Santos (Spanish) - Saints [English speaking countries]
  • Santosh (Indian) - Happiness
  • Santoso (Sanskrit,Indonesian) - Peaceful
  • Sanu (Indian) - A Sun
  • Sanurag (Indian) - Affectionate
  • Sanvar (Indian) - A brigde or a dam
  • Sanvaran (Indian) - One who is covering something
  • Sanvarth (Indian) - A rainy colud
  • Sanvrit (Indian) - One that has happened
  • Sanwariya (Indian) - Lord Krishna
  • Sanyam (Indian) - One who has self-control
  • Sanyasi (Indian) - Meditation in congragation
  • Sanyat (Indian) - One who follows the king
  • Sanyog (Indian) - Joining together, combination
  • Sapan (Indian) - Dream
  • Saparyu (Indian) - One who is devoted to faith
  • Sapphire (Spanish)
  • Saprathas (Indian) - Lord Vishnu
  • Saprem (Indian) - One who loves
  • Saptadeep (Indian) - The seven islands
  • Saptajit (Indian) - Conqueror of 7 elements
  • Saptak (Indian) - A musical note
  • Saptanshu (Indian) - Fire
  • Saptarishi (Indian) - Seven stars representing 7 great saints
  • Saptarshi (Indian) - Seven stars that represent seven giants
  • Saquib (Indian) - Bright
  • Sarabdeep (Indian) - A lamp that gives light to all
  • Sarabdev (Indian) - one who is omnipresent
  • Sarabjot (Indian) - The brightest light
  • Sarableen (Indian) - One who pervades all
  • Saral (Indian) - Simple, straightforward
  • Saramay (Indian) - One who is very firm
  • Sarana (Indian) - Injuring
  • Sarang (Indian) - Spotted deer
  • Saransh (Indian) - In brief
  • Saras (Indian) - Moon
  • Sarasi (Indian) - Lake
  • Sarasija (Indian) - Lotus
  • Sarasvan (Indian) - Indian name for Boys
  • Sarasvat (Indian) - Learned
  • Sarat (Indian) - Autumn
  • Sarath (Indian) - Name of Lord Krishna
  • Saravana (Indian) - Clump of reeds
  • Saravanan (Indian) - A clump of reeds
  • Sarayu (Indian) - Wind
  • Sarbajit (Indian) - Who has conquered everything
  • Sarbani (Indian) - Durga
  • Sarbesh (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Sarbojit (Indian) - A winner
  • Sarendar (Indian) - To surrender
  • Saresh (Indian) - One who is simple
  • Sargam (Indian) - Musical notes
  • Saril (Indian) - One that brings essence
  • Sarin (Indian) - Helpful
  • Sarish (Indian) - Equal
  • Sarit (Indian) - River
  • Sarita (French) - Princess
  • Sarminder (Indian) - God of war
  • Sarna (Indian) - Indian name for Boys
  • Sarngin (Indian) - Name of God Vishnu
  • Saro (Indian) - The good one
  • Saroj (Indian) - Resembling a lotus
  • Sarojin (Indian) - Lord Brahma
  • Saroop (Indian) - The beautiful one
  • Sarras (Indian) - One who carries water
  • Sartaj (Indian) - Crown
  • Sarthak (Indian) - Having meaning, purpose
  • Sarva (Indian) - Lord Krishna, shiva
  • Sarvad (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Sarvadaman (Indian) - Son of shakuntala-bharat
  • Sarvadev (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sarvadharin (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sarvag (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sarvagny (Indian) - All-knowing lord vishnu
  • Sarvahit (Indian) - One who is useful
  • Sarvajit (Indian) - One who conqueres all
  • Sarvak (Indian) - Whole
  • Sarvambh (Indian) - Lord Ganesh
  • Sarvang (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sarvapalaka (Indian) - Protector of all Lord Krishna
  • Sarvashay (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sarvavas (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sarvendra (Indian) - God
  • Sarvesh (Indian) - God
  • Sarveshvara (Indian) - Lord of all, a name for lord shiva
  • Sarvin (Indian) - One who is the best archer
  • Sarwan (Indian) - Indian name means God
  • Sarwar (Indian) - Promotion
  • Sasha (Arabic)
  • Sashang (Indian) - Connected
  • Sashanth (Indian) - Lord of all
  • Sasheal (Indian) - Indian name for Boys
  • Sashreek (Indian) - Prosperous
  • Sashriti (Indian) - He who protects the wealth
  • Sashwat (Indian) - Eternal
  • Sasi (Indian) - Moon
  • Sasidhar (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Sasidharan (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Sasikaladhar (Indian) - Lord Shiva
  • Sasmit (Indian) - Ever smiling
  • Sasta (Indian) - One who rules
  • Sasuke (Japanese) - A helper
  • Saswata (Indian) - Name of Lord Ganesha
  • Sasyak (Indian) - He who is perfect
  • Satadev (Indian) - God
  • Satamanyu (Indian) - Lord Indra
  • Satanand (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Satanika (Indian) - Virata's son whose bead was severed by Drona.
  • Satatya (Indian) - Infinite one
  • Satayu (Indian) - Brother of Amavasu and Vivasu
  • Satbachan (Indian) - The one abiding by the holy word
  • Satbir (Indian) - A true warrior
  • Satchet (Indian) - The joyful one
  • Sateendra (Indian) - Lord of truth
  • Sateesh (Indian) - He who rules hundreds
  • Satejas (Indian) - He who is full or strenght
  • Satender (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Satesh (Indian) - Ruler of hundreds
  • Satgun (Indian) - One of true merits
  • Satgur (Indian) - A true guide
  • Sathi (Indian) - Partner
  • Sathindar (Indian) - Indian name for Boys
  • Sathish (Indian) - He who is kind
  • Sathvik (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Sathwik (Indian) - Silva
  • Sathya raj (Indian) - The truth
  • Satih (Indian) - A sunrise
  • Satinath (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Satinder (Indian) - He who is protected by the true God
  • Satinderpal (Indian) - Protected by the true God of heaven
  • Satindra (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Satish (Indian) - Ruler of hundreds
  • Satjeevan (Indian) - One who lives a truthful life
  • Satkar (Indian) - One who respects honour
  • Satkart (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Satkartar (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Satkeerat (Indian) - Praise the one who is true
  • Satkiran (Indian) - Ray of truth
  • Satnam (Indian) - One who accepts God
  • Satpal (Indian) - Protector
  • Satpati (Indian) - Lord Indra
  • Satpaul (Indian) - The one who abides by the truth
  • Satpreet (Indian) - One who loves the truth
  • Satrajit (Indian) - Ever victorious
  • Satria (Indian) - A warrior
  • Satrughna (Indian) - Brother of Lord Rama
  • Satruijt (Indian) - Son of vatsa
  • Satrujit (Indian) - One who defeated his enemies
  • Satsukh (Indian) - Truly blissful one
  • Saturn (Celtic)
  • Satvamohan (Indian) - Truthful
  • Satvant (Indian) - Truthfullness
  • Satvat (Indian) - Lord Krishna
  • Satveer (Indian) - Lorn Vishnu
  • Satvik (Indian) - Virtuous
  • Satvinder (Indian) - Lord of virtue
  • Satwant (Indian) - One who is true
  • Satwinder (Indian) - The true God of Heaven
  • Satya (Indian) - Pramod Ganesh
  • Satya narayana (Indian) - A true God
  • Satya prakash (Indian) - Light of the truth
  • Satya pramod (Indian) - True person ganesh
  • Satyaban (Indian) - He who is truthful
  • Satyabrata (Indian) - One who tells the truth
  • Satyadarshi (Indian) - One who can see the truth
  • Satyadev (Indian) - Lord of truth
  • Satyajit (Indian) - Victory of truth
  • Satyak (Indian) - Honest
  • Satyakaam (Indian) - Believer in truth
  • Satyakam (Indian) - Son of jabala in the mahabharata
  • Satyaki (Indian) - Charioteer of Krishna
  • Satyam (Indian) - Honesty
  • Satyamurty (Indian) - Statue of truth
  • Satyanarayan (Indian) - Lord Vishnu
  • Satyankar (Indian) - True, good
  • Satyapal (Indian) - Truthful ruler
  • Satyaprakash (Indian) - Light of truth
  • Satyapriya (Indian) - Devoted to truth
  • Satyarat (Indian) - One who has taken vow of truth,
  • Satyasheel (Indian) - Truthful
  • Satyashill (Indian) - The honest one
  • Satyashrawa (Indian) - One who hears the truth
  • Satyashrawaa (Indian) - Who hears truth
  • Satyavaan (Indian) - Devoted to truth
  • Satyavache (Indian) - Lord rama, speaker of truth
  • Satyaveer (Indian) - Someone who never spoke a lie
  • Satyavir (Indian) - One who wins with truth
  • Satyavrat (Indian) - One who has taken vow of truth
  • Satyavrata (Indian) - One who is dedicated to truth
  • Satyawan (Indian) - One who speaks the truth
  • Satyayu (Indian) - The truthful one
  • Satyen (Indian) - Lord of the truth
  • Satyender (Indian) - King of the truth
  • Satyendra (Indian) - Lord of truth
  • Satyesu (Indian) - One who seeks the truth
  • Sauanand (Indian) - One with a sweet nature
  • Saubal (Indian) - Mighty
  • Saubhadra (Indian) - Abhimanyu
  • Saubhag (Indian) - One who is very fortunate
  • Saudeep (Indian) - A hansome man
  • Saugat (Indian) - A person who is enlightened
  • Saugata (Indian) - Other name of Gautama Buddha
  • Saujas (Indian) - One who is energetic
  • Saujass (Indian) - He who is bursting with energy
  • Saul (Hebrew) - Responded; prayed for [English speaking countries]

    Biblically, Saul was the first king of Israel, as appointed by the prophet Samuel. He was replaced by David, who had fought against Goliath for him, but had later been his enemy as Saul did not want to give up the throne. Saul was also the name of the apo

  • Sauman (Indian) - A blossoming flower
  • Saumil (Indian) - One who is very friendly
  • Saumit (Indian) - Easy to get
  • Saumitr (Indian) - Good friend
  • Saumitra (Indian) - Lakshman
  • Saumya (Indian) - Handsome
  • Saunak (Indian) - Boy sage
  • Saurabh (Indian) - Fragrance
  • Saurav (Indian) - Divine, celestial
  • Sauri (Indian) - Son of the Sun
  • Saurin (Indian) - Sun's power
  • Saurjyesh (Indian) - Lord of valour
  • Sauvan (Indian) - One who is heavenly
  • Sauveer (Indian) - He who is beautiful and brave
  • Sava (Indian) - Saint who was a trainer of young monks
  • Savan (Indian) - One who offers a sacrifice to God
  • Savar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Saveage (French) - Sister of Lyones
  • Savinder (Indian) - The lucky one
  • Savion (Basque) - New house [English speaking countries]
  • Savir (Indian) - Leader
  • Savit (Indian) - Sun
  • Savitashri (Indian) - Lustre of the sun
  • Savitendra (Indian) - Lord of the sun
  • Savon (French) - Soapmaker [English speaking countries]

    From a French surname used for someone who made soap.

  • Savya (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Savyasachi (Indian) - Name of Lord Arjun
  • Sawan (Indian) - Hindu month
  • Sawyer (English) - One who saws wood [English speaking countries]

    Sawyer's rise in popularity on boys in the U.S. is likely the combined effect of the increasing popularity of surnames as first names, and public interest in the character named Sawyer on the television show "Lost."

    Tom Sawyer is a literary

  • Saxon (Celtic) - Sword
  • Sayan (Indian) - A kind hearted friend
  • Sayantan (Indian) - A brave one
  • Sayda (English) - Super lucky
  • Sayeshan (Indian) - A considerate, talented and helpful human
  • Sayooj (Indian) - One who is very easy to be around
  • Scannon (English)
  • Scelftun - From the ledge farm
  • Schaffer (English) - Steward.
  • Schmaiah (German) - God hears
  • Schroeder (Hebrew)
  • Schuyler (Dutch) - Guarded; scholar [English speaking countries]

    This name is commonly anglicized as Skyler.

  • Scirloc - Blond
  • Scolaighe (English) - Herald
  • Scooter - Scoots along.
  • Scooter (United States) - One who is from Scottish
  • Scot (Irish) - From Scotland: a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
  • Scotlyn (English) - Proper
  • Scott (English) - Painted warrior [English speaking countries]

    Came originally from Old English to mean Scotsman.

    Robert Scott was the leader of the losing team in the 'Race to the Pole', and died on his return. Walter Scott was a novelist.

    'Beam me up, Scotty' is a phrase associated wi

  • Scottie (English) - Painted warrior [English speaking countries]

    Diminutive of Scott. Scottish Terriers are often called Scotties.

  • Scottroc (Scottish)
  • Scotty (English) - Painted warrior [English speaking countries]

    Common nickname for Scott.

  • Scratches
  • Scyros
  • Seafraid (English) - Peace from God
  • Seaman (Irish)
  • Sean (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English and Gaelic speaking countries]

    The Irish form of John. Famous bearers include actors Sean Connery - the first James Bond, Sean Bean, Sean Astin - Samwise Gamgee in the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy, Sean "Puffy" or "P. Diddy" Combs and Sean Penn.

  • Seana - Present
  • Seanix (United States) - American modern invented name
  • Searlait (Irish) - Feminine form of Charles mannish
  • Seaward (French) - Sea guardian
  • Sebastian (Latin) - Man from Sebaste [Danish, English, German, Norwegian and Spanish speaking countries]

    In early Christian lore, Saint Sebastian was a Roman soldier who was martyred when his Christian faith was discovered. Sebastian was an extremely popular saint in the Middle Ages.

    In Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night', Sebastian is the twin br

  • Sebastyn (English) - Honoured above all others
  • Secg (Latin) - Swordsman
  • Sedgewic (English) - From the sword grass place
  • Seduka (Indian) - The existent
  • Seemanta (Indian) - Parting of the hair
  • Seentahna (English) - Strangth and courage.
  • Seetal (Indian) - One who loves peace
  • Seger (United States) - Sea spear, sea warrior
  • Segundo (Native American) - Born second
  • Seiichi (Japanese) - A first born son
  • Seina (Spanish) - Innocent
  • Seiua (Japanese) - Name for an arrow star or the almighty pure father figure
  • Sekar (Indian) - One who has talent
  • Sekhar (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Selatan (Indian) - South wind
  • Selma (German) - Comely
  • Selvakumaran (Indian) - One who is prosperous
  • Selvam (Indian) - One who is joy to be around
  • Selvan (Indian) - One who is thriving
  • Selvaraju (Indian) - King of money
  • Selven (Indian) - A suitable one
  • Semadar - Berry
  • Semaj (Latin) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    James written backwards.

  • Semaj (United States) - James spelled backwards
  • Sena (Indian) - Army
  • Senajit (Indian) - Victory over army
  • Senna (French)
  • Senor - Mister
  • Sente (Mexican) - Assistant
  • Sente (Spanish) - Assistant
  • Serafina (Hebrew) - Seraph
  • Serban (Romanian) - Someone from Serbia.
  • Serghei (Romanian) - Romanian version of the name Sergey, meaning protector or shepherd.
  • Sergiu (Romanian) - A form of Serghei, possibly sergeant.
  • Seryozha (Russian) - Diminutive of the name Sergei
  • Seshadri (Indian) - The king of serpents
  • Seshvar (Indian) - One who believes in God
  • Seth (Hebrew) - Appointed [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    In the Bible, Seth was the son of Adam and Eve, he was born after the murder of Abel by his twin brother Cain. Seth is noted as the son of Adam from whom Noah, Abraham, Jacob, Joseph and consequently David and Jesus are descended. Seth or Set was also an

  • Setiawan (Indonesian) - Faithful
  • Seto (Japanese) - Surname, means white
  • Setu (Indian) - Sacred symbol
  • Seva (Indian) - Service, attendance, care
  • Sevak (Indian) - Servant
  • Severin (Hebrew) - Strict: restrained. A saint's name.
  • Severo (French) - Strict: restrained.
  • Sewald (Spanish) - Sea powerful
  • Sewati (English) - Curved bear claw (Miwok)
  • Sewell (United States) - Sea wall
  • Sewin (Indian) - Hindi name for Boys
  • Seymour (Native American) - Tailor
  • Shaan (Hebrew) - Peaceful [English, Hebrew and Hindi speaking countries]
  • Shaandilya (Indian) - Name of a saint
  • Shaant (Indian) - Peace and calm
  • Shaarav (Indian) - Pure and innocent
  • Shaardul (Indian) - A tiger
  • Shaashwat (Indian) - Eternal
  • Shad (Persian) - Commanded by Aku [English speaking countries]

    Nickname for Shadrach. This is also the name of a type of fish.

  • Shada (English) - Pelican
  • Shadab (Indian) - Fresh
  • Shafi (Indian) - Raham dil
  • Shagun (Indian) - Auspicious
  • Shahaka (Indian) - One who is a prince
  • Shahil (Indian) - One who is leader and ruler of men
  • Shahnawaz (Indian) - Prince
  • Shail (Indian) - Mountain
  • Shaildhar (Indian) - One who holds mountain
  • Shailendra (Indian) - King of mountains
  • Shailesh (Indian) - God of mountain, himalaya
  • Shakthi (Indian) - One who holds the power
  • Shakti (Indian) - Power
  • Shaktidhar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shakuni (Indian) - Bird, uncle of kauravash
  • Shakunt (Indian) - Blue jay
  • Shakyasinha (Indian) - Lord buddha
  • Shalang (Indian) - Emperor
  • Shaligram (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shalin (Indian) - Good manners
  • Shalmali (Indian) - Lord vishnu's power
  • Shalok (Indian) - One who sings his prayers
  • Shamak (Indian) - Makes peace
  • Shamakarn (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shamar (Sanskrit) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Shamar is the title of a line of Tibetan Bhuddist teachers.
    As an American name, Shamar is most likely to be a modern coinage, copied on names such as Jamar and Lamar.

  • Shambhavi (Indian) - Son of parvati, lord ganesha
  • Shambhu (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shameek (Indian) - An ancient sage
  • Shami (Indian) - Fire, name of a tree
  • Shamika (Hebrew) - Loving and kind. Love attention but can be shy. Very beautiful.
  • Shamindra (Indian) - Quiet, gentle
  • Shamit (Indian) - A person who has calmed down
  • Shamna (Indian) - A man who is divine, holy
  • Shams (Indian) - Fragrance
  • Shamus (Hebrew) - Supplanter [English speaking countries]

    Anglicized form of Séamus.

  • Shanay (Indian) - Power of lord shani
  • Shandar (Indian) - Proud
  • Shandon (Irish) - Variant of Shaun from John.
  • Shane (Irish) - Variant of Shaun from John.
  • Shane (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    Anglicised form of Sean.

  • Shangara (Indian) - One who is lucky
  • Shankar (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Shankara (Indian) - A name of Lord Shiva
  • Shankarshan (Indian) - Lord krishna's brother
  • Shankdhar (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shankh (Indian) - A shell
  • Shankhapani (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shankhi (Indian) - Ocean
  • Shankhin (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shankir (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shanku (Indian) - An arrow dart that belongs to Lord SHiva
  • Shanley (Irish) - Old hero
  • Shanmukha (Indian) - Kartikeya, first son of lord shiva
  • Shannon (Irish) - Little old wise one
  • Shansa (Indian) - Praise
  • Shantam (Indian) - A shy and quiet man
  • Shantan (Indian) - One who is a King, also means Bhesm's father
  • Shantanav (Indian) - Bhishma pitamaha
  • Shantanu (Indian) - Whole
  • Shantashil (Indian) - Gentle
  • Shante (French) - Place of stones [English speaking countries]

    Diminutive of Chantal and Anglicized version of the French, "chanter"; to sing.

  • Shantidev (Indian) - Lord of peace
  • Shantimay (Indian) - Peaceful
  • Shantinath (Indian) - Lord of peace
  • Shantiprakash (Indian) - Light of peace
  • Shantiprasad (Indian) - Shantiprasad is derived from Shantinath and means lord of peace.
  • Shanyu (Indian) - Benevolent
  • Shaquan (Arabic) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Shaquita (United States) - Blessed
  • Sharad (Indian) - Name of a season
  • Sharadchandra (Indian) - Autumn moon
  • Sharadendu (Indian) - Moon of Autumn
  • Sharan (Indian) - Shelter
  • Sharang (Indian) - Deer
  • Sharann (Indian) - A man who gives protection to people
  • Sharanya (Irish)
  • Sharat (Indian) - A season
  • Sharatchandra (Indian) - One who is like the Autmn Moon
  • Sharbel (Australian) - The God's story
  • Shardul (Indian) - The best
  • Sharmila (Arabic) - Blissful one.
  • Sharu (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Sharvarish (Indian) - Moon
  • Shasha (Russian) - A nickname. Mening one who is defending men
  • Shashank (Indian) - Moon
  • Shashee (Indian) - Moon
  • Shashi (Indian) - Moon
  • Shashi varnam (Indian) - One who is the color of the Moon
  • Shashibhushan (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shashidhar (Indian) - The moon
  • Shashidhara (Indian) - A man who carries a Moon in his eyes
  • Shashikant (Indian) - Moon stone
  • Shashikar (Indian) - Moon ray
  • Shashikiran (Indian) - Moon's rays
  • Shashimohan (Indian) - The moon
  • Shashin (Indian) - Moon
  • Shashipushpa (Indian) - Lotus
  • Shashish (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shashishekhar (Indian) - Moon-crested
  • Shashrvat (Indian) - He who is the Lord of SUn
  • Shashvata (Indian) - A name for lord rama eternal
  • Shashwat (Indian) - Ever lasting, continuous
  • Shasvat (Indian) - One who is eternal and everlasting
  • Shaswata (Indian) - A person that is perpetual
  • Shat-manyu - Another name of Indra
  • Shat-padm - Hundred petaled lotus
  • Shataaneek (Indian) - Another name of ganeshna
  • Shataayu (Indian) - Hundred years old
  • Shatadru (Indian) - Name of river
  • Shatarupa (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shatichandra (Indian) - Shatichandra is taken from the name Shantinath and means lord of peace.
  • Shatjit (Indian) - Conqueror of hundreds
  • Shatrughan (Indian) - Lord nama's brother
  • Shatrughna (Indian) - Victorious
  • Shatrujit (Indian) - Victorious over enemies
  • Shatrunjay (Indian) - One who overcomes enemies
  • Shattesh (Indian) - King of mountains
  • Shauchin (Indian) - Pure
  • Shauna (English) - Present
  • Shaunak (Indian) - Wise
  • Shaurav (Indian) - Bear
  • Shauri (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shaurya (Indian) - Brave
  • Shavas (Indian) - A person of power and valor
  • Shawinook (United States) - The most fierce winds from the South
  • Shawn (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of Sean, an Anglicized variant of Seán.

  • Shawna (Scottish) - Variant of Shaun.
  • Shayaan (Indian) - Successful
  • Shayak (Indian) - One whose weapon is an arrow
  • Shayamali (Indian) - One with pretty feet
  • Shaye (Hebrew) - Supplanter [English speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of Shay.

  • Shaylee (Irish) - Variant of Shay. A gift. From the fairy fort.
  • Shea (Gaelic) - Hawklike - graceful, free, courageous [English speaking countries]

    Can also be a nickname for Seamus.

  • Sheadon (United States) - Modern American combination name of names Shay and Don
  • Sheeba (Irish)
  • Sheil (Indian) - Mountain
  • Shekhar (Indian) - Ultimate, peak
  • Sheldon (English) - Protected hill; deep valley [English speaking countries]
  • Shelley (English) - From the edge meadow
  • Shelton (English) - A ledge - literally "shelf town" [English speaking countries]
  • Shemariah - Protected by God
  • Shen (Chinese) - A spirit or something supernatural
  • Sheng (Chinese) - Chinesee name meaning victory
  • Sheply - From the sheep meadow
  • Sher (Indian,Persian) - Persian name meaning lion
  • Sherbahadur (Indian) - As high as a mountain
  • Sherbourne (English) - From the clear brook
  • Shereef (United States) - Honorable
  • Sheridan (English) - Bright.
  • Sherlock (English) - Blond
  • Sherman (English) - One who shears cloth; cuts cloth [English speaking countries]
  • Sherrer (English)
  • Shesanand (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shesh (English) - Brown Bear
  • Shesh (Indian) - Cosmic serpent
  • Shesha (Indian) - King of serpents
  • Sheshdhar (Indian) - One who holds snake
  • Shevantilal (Indian) - A chrysanthemum
  • Shevar (Indian) - One who has treasure
  • Shiann (Alaskan)
  • Shiann (Eskimo)
  • Shibhi (Indian) - Indian name meaning King
  • Shibhya (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shibsankar (Indian) - Name of Lord Shiva
  • Shichiro (Japanese) - A seventh son
  • Shifwat (Indian) - A good friend
  • Shighra (Indian) - Lord shiva, lord vishnu
  • Shikhandi (Indian) - Name of a character in a Hindu epic
  • Shikhandin (Indian) - Lord shiva, lord vishnu
  • Shikhar (Indian) - Peak
  • Shilang (Indian) - Virtuous
  • Shilendra (Indian) - One who is the lord of the mountains
  • Shilish (Indian) - Lord of mountains
  • Shiloah (United States) - One who is Lor's gift
  • Shiloh (Hebrew) - Peaceful, tranquil [English speaking countries]

    Shiloh (variant transcription of Shilo) is a Biblical place name. It was a gathering place and sanctuary of the Hebrew at the time of the Judges, between Jericho and Sachem.

    It is also used as a reference to the Messiah, although this is l

  • SHIMEKA (Alaskan) - BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS.GOD BEAUTIFUL ANGEL,FAITH
  • SHIMEKA (Eskimo) - BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS.GOD BEAUTIFUL ANGEL,FAITH
  • Shin (Japanese) - A person who is real, genuine
  • Shineyu (Indian) - Shining
  • Shing (Chinese) - To achieve victory, to be victorious
  • Shinjan (Indian) - Music of payel
  • Shinjiro (Japanese) - One who is a pure and true person
  • Shinta (Japanese) - A person who develops, cultuvates things
  • Shipirist (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shipley (Indian) - Sheep meadow
  • Shiprak (Indian) - He is bright like the rays of light
  • Shirdi prasad (Indian) - A name for sai baba
  • Shirish (Indian) - A flower, Raintree
  • Shirley (English) - From the white meadow
  • Shiro (Japanese) - The four sons
  • Shiromani (Indian) - A jewel worn on the head
  • Shishir (Indian) - Name of a season, cold
  • Shishirchandra (Indian) - Winter moon
  • Shishirkana (Indian) - Particles of dew
  • Shishirkumar (Indian) - The moon
  • Shishul (Indian) - Baby
  • Shishupal (Indian) - Son of subhadra
  • Shishupala (Indian) - Subhadra's son
  • Shitikanth (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shitikshu (Indian) - A man who strivis for the eart
  • Shitiz (Indian) - Horizon
  • Shiv (Indian) - Lord shiva, auspicious, lucky
  • Shivadev (Indian) - Lord of prosperity
  • Shivam (Indian) - Auspicious lord shiva
  • Shivana (Indian) - The name that is derived from Lord Shiva
  • Shivanand (Indian) - One who is happy in lord shiva's thoughts or shiva's worship
  • Shivanath (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shivank (Indian) - Mark of Lord
  • Shivansh (Indian) - Lor Shiv's portion
  • Shivas (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shivasunu (Indian) - Lord ganesh
  • Shiven (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shivendra (Indian) - Lord shiva, lord indra
  • Shivendu (Indian) - Moon
  • Shivesh (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shiveshvar (Indian) - God of welfare
  • Shivkumar (Indian) - Son of lord shiva
  • Shivlal (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shivraj (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shivram (Indian) - Lord shiva, lord ram
  • Shivshankar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shivshekhar (Indian) - One at the top of shiva
  • Shiyam (Indian) - A happy little Boy
  • Shlesh (Indian) - Physical bonding
  • Shlok (Indian) - Shlok
  • Sho (Japanese) - One who will soar
  • Shobhan (Indian) - Splendid
  • Shohta (Japanese) - A thick, big person
  • Shoma (Japanese) - A boz who is alwazs reaching for the truth in life
  • Shonila (Indian) - A man of crimson colour
  • Shoor (Indian) - Valiant
  • Shoora (Indian) - Bold, a name for lord hanuman
  • Shoorsen (Indian) - Brave
  • Shoorveer (Indian) - Powerfull and great warrior
  • Shou (Japanese) - One who saors and glides
  • Shoubhit (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shouta (Japanese) - A big person who soars
  • Shraunak (Indian) - A month in a Hindu calendar
  • Shrava (Indian) - A name of the Hindu month
  • Shravan (Indian) - A hindu month
  • Shravana (Indian) - Name of a star
  • Shravankumar (Indian) - A character from the epic ramayana
  • Shray (Indian) - Credit
  • Shredder
  • Shree (Indian) - Mister, god
  • Shreedhar (Indian) - Husband of lakshmi
  • Shreeharsh (Indian) - God of happiness
  • Shreekant (Indian) - An epithet of vishnu
  • Shreekrishna (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shreekumar (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Shreeman (Indian) - A respectable person
  • Shreenivas (Indian) - Indian name that means the residence of wealth
  • Shreepriya (Indian) - Lover of lakshmee
  • Shreepushp (Indian) - Cloves
  • Shreerang (Indian) - Another name of vishnu
  • Shreesh (Indian) - Lord of wealth
  • Shreevallabh (Indian) - Lord of lakshmi; supreme lover
  • Shrenik (Indian) - Organised
  • Shreshta (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shresth (Indian) - Best of all
  • Shresthi (Indian) - Best of all
  • Shrey (Indian) - Marvellous
  • Shreyas (Indian) - Superior
  • Shreyash (Indian) - Who has everything, who is famous
  • Shrida (Indian) - Lord kuber
  • Shridhar (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrigopal (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shrihan (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrihari (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shriharit (Indian) - A name of Lord Krishna
  • Shrikant (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrikar (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrikeshav (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shrikrishna (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shrikumar (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Shriman (Indian,Hindi) - One who possesses the wealth of Yoga
  • Shrimat (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrimate (Indian) - Revered, lord hanuman
  • Shrimohan (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shrinand (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrinath (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shringesh (Indian) - Lord of pearls
  • Shriniketan (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrinivas (Indian) - Indian name that means the residence of wealth
  • Shripad (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shripadma (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shripal (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shripati (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shriram (Indian) - Lord rama
  • Shrirang (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shriranga (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shriranjan (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrisha (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shritan (Indian) - A name of Lord Vinshu
  • Shrivarah (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrivardhan (Indian) - Lord vishnu, lord shiva
  • Shrivas (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrivatsa (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shrivatsav (Indian) - A man who is a disciple of God
  • Shriyadita (Indian) - Sun
  • Shriyan (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Shriyans (Indian) - Wealth
  • Shrujan (Indian) - A man who is very creative
  • Shrutakeerti (Indian) - Renowned, reputed
  • Shrutkirti (Indian) - One who is famous all over the world
  • Shubendra (Indian) - Lord of virtue
  • Shubh (Indian) - Fortunate
  • Shubhaksh (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shubhan (Indian) - One who is auspicious
  • Shubhang (Indian) - Handsome
  • Shubhankar (Indian) - Auspicious
  • Shubhashis (Indian) - Blessing
  • Shubhay (Indian) - Blessing
  • Shubhendu (Indian) - Lucky moon
  • Shubhi (Indian) - Shubh
  • Shubhojit (Indian) - Handsome
  • Shubhranshu (Indian) - The moon
  • Shuddhashil (Indian) - Well-born
  • Shuk (Indian) - A parrot
  • Shukla (Indian) - Lord vishnu, lord shiva
  • Shukra (Indian) - Resplendent, venus, friday
  • Shulabh (Indian) - Easy
  • Shulandhar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shulin (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shuna (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shunah (Indian) - Lord indra; high spirited one
  • Shunsuke (Japanese) - He who is a sagacious help
  • Shuo (Chinese) - A great achievement that brings wealth
  • Shura (Russian) - He who defends people
  • Shushil (Indian) - Pleasant
  • Shushruth (Indian) - One who is a healer of Gods
  • Shusuke (Japanese) - One who learns to meditate
  • Shvant (Indian) - Placid
  • Shvetambar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Shvetang (Indian) - Fair complexioned
  • Shvetank (Indian) - Having a white mark
  • Shvetanshu (Indian) - Moon
  • Shvetavah (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Shwetambar (Indian) - One who wears white clothes
  • Shwetanshu (Indian) - A man of the Moon
  • Shwetbhanu (Indian) - Moon
  • Shyam (Indian) - Dark blue, black
  • Shyamak (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shyamal (Indian) - Dark blue, black
  • Shyamantak (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shyamsundar (Indian) - Name of Lord Krishna
  • Shyamsunder (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Shyheim (United States) - A gift of Jehovah
  • Shyheim (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    This "one hit wonder" on the US popularity charts could possibly be influenced by the popularity of rapper and actor Shyheim. "Heim" traditionally is a Norse fragment meaning "home" or "dwelling." Other than that, it is hard to gather any meaning, if an

  • Siamak (or shiamak) (Indian) - Silver flame
  • Sidak (Indian) - Wish
  • Siddak (Indian) - Wish
  • Siddanth (Indian) - He who establishes the truth
  • Siddarth (Indian) - One who accomplishes his goals
  • Siddha (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Siddhadev (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Siddhanath (Indian) - Lord shiva, mahadev
  • Siddhanta (Indian) - Principle
  • Siddharth (Indian) - White mustard, buddha
  • Siddhesh (Indian) - Lord of the blessed
  • Siddheshwar (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Siddhi (Indian) - Knowledge and wealth
  • Siddhraj (Indian) - Lord of perfection
  • Siddid (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Sidero (English)
  • Sidhesh (Indian) - Lord of the blessed
  • Sidor (Russian) - One who is a gift goddess Isis
  • Sienna (English)
  • Sigfreda - Victorious
  • Sigwald (German) - Victorious ruler
  • Sikandar (Indian) - Victorious
  • Sike (German) - He sits at home (Navajo)
  • Sikyatavo (Native American) - Yellow rabbit (Hopi)
  • Silas (Latin) - Of the forest [English speaking countries]

    Silas was an early convert to Christianity, and a companion to St Paul, and later St Peter.

    'Silas Marner' is a novel by George Eliot.

    In 'The Da Vinci Code' by Dan Brown, Silas is a murderous monk.

  • Sileas (Native American) - Youthful
  • Silvan (Dutch,Swiss) - He who is from the woods
  • Silviu (Romanian) - Romanian variant of Silvius, meaning forest or woods.
  • Sim (French)
  • Simar (Indian) - God's Favorite; One who is filled with God's Spirit; One who is absorbed in God
  • Simion (Romanian) - Romanian form of Simeon, meaning to listen.
  • Simky (Greek,United States) - One who is an amazing listener and orator
  • Simon (English)
  • Simon (Hebrew) - Listening [English, French and Spanish speaking countries]

    Simon appears several times in the New Testament of the Bible. Simon was the original name of St Peter, one of the twelve apostles and first Bishop of Rome or Pope. Simon the Zealot is named as one of the apostles in the gospel of Luke. It was at Simon t

  • Simone - Heard
  • Simrit (Indian) - Remembered
  • Simu (Romanian) - One who listens intently.
  • Sindhu (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Sindhunath (Indian) - Lord of the ocean
  • Sinead (Scottish) - Kind
  • Singh (Indian) - He is like a lion
  • Sinha (Indian) - Hero
  • Sinhag (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sinhvahan (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Siobhan (English) - Praise
  • Sirish (Indian) - One whose soul is within his body
  • Sishiranka (Indian) - A dewpoint; an easy going, happy and affectionate being
  • Sitakanta (Indian) - Lord rama
  • Sitanshu (Indian) - Moon
  • Sitaram (Indian) - Sita and lord rama
  • Sitikantha (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sivanesh (Indian) - A name of Lord Siva
  • Sivanta (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Skand (Indian) - Name of kartikeya
  • Skanda (Indian) - A spilled seeds. Also means a name of a God of War
  • Skena (English) - From Skene
  • Skender (Romanian) - Romanian form of Alexandros, meaning defender of mankind.
  • Skip (United States) - One who is the captain of the sea
  • Skyller (English) - Sky. Variant of Schuyler meaning scholar.
  • Slania (English) - Health
  • Slate (United States) - A fine-grained gray, blueish or green rock
  • Slava (Russian,Bosnian) - Person of fame
  • Slavik (Russian) - One who finds glory in the army
  • Sleepy (English)
  • Smarajit (Indian) - One who has conquered lust
  • Smaran (Indian) - Remembrance
  • Smiren (Indian) - A person who is impossible to forget
  • Smokey (English)
  • Smritiman (Indian) - Unforgettable
  • Smurfette
  • Sneagen (Indian) - Friend
  • Snehakant (Indian) - Lord of love
  • Snehal (Indian) - Friendly
  • Snehil (Indian) - A loving and affectionate person
  • Sniffy
  • Snithik (Indian) - Master of justice
  • Sochisth (Indian) - One who is brilliant, one with a birlliant mind
  • Sohal (Indian) - A person who is delicate and soft
  • Sohan (Indian) - Good looking
  • Sohayl (Indian) - One with good looks
  • Sohni (Indian) - A woman who is a true beauty
  • Sohum (Indian) - The God's presence in every soul. A divine within
  • Sokanathan (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Soleh (Indonesian) - A person who is deeply religious
  • Solomon (Hebrew) - Peace [English and Hebrew speaking countries]

    In the Bible Solomon is King David's son and successor. He is famous for his wisdom, wealth and writings. He was also said to possess the ability to communicate with animals.

  • Som (Indian) - Moon, religious drink
  • Somadev (Indian) - Lord of the moon
  • Somali - Moon's love
  • Somansh (Indian) - Half moon
  • Somanshu (Indian) - Moonbeam
  • Somashekhar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Somasindhu (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Somendra (Indian) - Another name of indra
  • Somesh (Indian) - Moon
  • Someshwar (Indian) - Lord krishna
  • Somia (Indian) - A beautiful garden of orses
  • Somil (Indian) - One of soft nature
  • Somkar (Indian) - Moon light
  • Somnath (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Somprakash (Indian) - Moon light
  • Sonit (Indian) - Person with good intentions
  • Sonny (French) - Son. A nickname and given name.
  • Sonny (English) - Son [English speaking countries]

    Diminutive for "my son". Also used as an English equivilant for the Italian name, Sandro, which itself is a version of Alexander meaning "defending man."

  • Soo (English)
  • Sookraj (Indian) - A kingdom od the kappiness
  • Sooraj (Indian) - He who is a good King
  • Sopaan (Indian) - Stairs, steps
  • Sophocles (Indian) - A man who is clever
  • Soren (Italian) - Stern, severe [English speaking countries]

    Søren is the correct spelling. It is derived directly from the Italian name Severino.

  • Sorin (Romanian) - He is like the Sun
  • SoSueMe (Irish)
  • Souji (Japanese) - One who is a general director
  • Soumava (Indian) - Moon's light
  • Soumil (Indian) - Friend
  • Sourabh (Indian) - Fragrance
  • Souradip (Indian) - One who is an island of sunlight
  • Sourish (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Sourja (shaurya) (Indian) - Brave
  • Souta (Japanese) - A sudden sound of the wind
  • Spade (Native American)
  • Spandan (Indian) - A sound of the heart beat
  • Sparky (English)
  • Sparsh (Indian) - Touch
  • Speckles
  • Spence (English) - Dispenser: provider.
  • Spencer (French) - Someone who gives out goods [English speaking countries]

    From the French word to dispense.

    Surname of the Princess of Wales, Lady Diana Spencer.

  • Spenser (French) - Someone who gives out goods [English speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of Spencer.

  • Spere (English) - Spear
  • Spike (English)
  • Spike (United States) - Ear of grain, long nail
  • Spinner (English)
  • Spiridon (Romanian) - Spiridon is a derivative of Spyridon and means spirit.
  • Sreeghan (Indian) - A person who is wealthy and ritch
  • Sreevalsan (Indian) - Loved by vishnu
  • Sreyas (Indian,Hindi) - The most excellent man with many virtues
  • Sri rama (Indian) - A name of the Lord Rama
  • Sriansh (Indian) - He who is born with ansh or a part of Lakshimi
  • Sriashwin (Indian) - A good ending
  • Srichaitra (Indian) - A name of the first month in Indian callendar and means a Begining
  • Sricharan (Indian) - One with big feet. Also a name of Lord Vishnu
  • Sridatta (Indian) - Given by god
  • Sridhar (Indian) - Wealthy person
  • Srihith (Indian) - A name of Lord Vinshu
  • Srijan (Indian) - Creation
  • Srijesh (Indian) - A name given to Boys of Hindu religion
  • Srikant (Indian) - Lover of wealth
  • Srikar (Indian) - A man who causes prosperity
  • Srina (Indian) - One who is Supreme
  • Srinath (Indian) - He who is Lakshimi's husband
  • Srinesh (Indian) - Lord Vishnu's name
  • Srinikesh (Indian) - One of the Lord Vinshu's names
  • Srinish (Indian) - He who is an Abode of wealth
  • Srinivas (Indian) - Abode of wealth
  • Srinjayas (Indian) - A person who is the supporter of Pandavas
  • Sriram (Indian) - Lord rama
  • Srishti (Indian) - He is the whole Universe
  • Sristi (Indian) - A whole Universe
  • Srivant (Indian) - A name of Lord Venkateshwara
  • Srivar (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Srivatsav (Indian) - One of the nemas of Lord Vinshu
  • Srutayu (Indian) - Aristanemi's son
  • Ssukumar (Indian) - One who is handsome, soft and tender
  • Stafford (Irish) - From the landing ford
  • Stan (United States) - A short form of stanley
  • Standish (English) - From the stony park
  • Stanford (English) - Stony meadow. Surname.
  • Stanley (English) - Meadow that is stony [English speaking countries]

    Stanley was the name of the character played by Marlon Brando in the film "A Streetcar Named Desire", which is based upon the play by Tennessee Williams. Stanley is also a place name across the UK and the US.

    Morgan Stanley is an investm

  • Stanway (English) - Lives by the stony road
  • Stanwik (English) - From the stony village
  • Star (English) - Star
  • Stardust (English)
  • Starls (United States) - A person who is a star
  • Stash (United States) - He who is of the sunrays
  • Stefan - Crown: wreath. Variant of Stephen.
  • Stefan (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]
  • Stefan (Greek,Cyprus) - Stefan is the Romanian form of Stephen and means crown.
  • Stefano (Greek) - Crown [English and Italian speaking countries]

    Italian version of Stephen.

  • Stefford (English) - Crown: wreath. In the bible Stephen was the first Christian martyr. Surname.
  • Steiner (German) - stone.
  • Stelian (Romanian) - Romanian form of Stylianos, meaning pillar.
  • Step (United States) - One who is crowned with a laurel crown
  • Stepan (Russian) - One who is crowned with a crown
  • Stephan (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    This is the German form of Stephen.

  • Stephane (English) - Stéphane. Crowned one
  • Stephen (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    St Stephen was the first Christian martyr, his stoning is depicted in the New Testament book of Acts. St Stephen's Day is 26 December.

    There have been nine Popes named Stephen, five kings of Hungary named Stephen and one King of England. G

  • Stephen King (German)
  • Stephenson (Greek) - Crown: wreath. In the bible Stephen was the first Christian martyr. Surname.
  • Stephenson (United States) - Son of stephen
  • Stephon (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    Stephon is a rarely used alternative spelling of Stephen.

  • Stepka (Russian) - He who is crowned with laurels
  • Sterling
  • Sterling (English) - Little star, stellar [English speaking countries]

    Pound sterling is the official name for the British currency. As an adjective, sterling relates to something being thoroughly excellent. Sterling silver is an alloy of silver, commonly used to make cutlery.

  • Sterne (English) - Austere
  • Stesha (Russian) - A man who is crowned with laurel
  • Stetson (English) - Son of Stephen [English speaking countries]
  • Steve (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]
  • Steven (English) - Variant of Stephen Crown: wreath.
  • Steven (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of Stephen.

    Famous bearers include film directors Steven Spielberg, Steven Soderbergh and Steven Seagal, and English footballer Steven Gerrard.

  • Stevyn (English) - Variant of Stephen Crown: wreath.
  • Stewart (English) - Bailiff
  • Stewart (English) - Guardian of the house [English speaking countries]

    From the English word, steward, or caretaker of the house.

  • Sthavir (Indian) - Lord brahma
  • Sthir (Indian) - Focussed
  • Sthua (Indian) - A Yaksha who is the follower of Kubera
  • Stickers (English)
  • Stillman (English) - Quiet
  • Stinky (English)
  • Stod (English) - Horse
  • Stoke (English) - From the village
  • Stone (English) - Stone [English speaking countries]
  • Stonewall Jackson (English)
  • Stoney (English)
  • Stotra (Indian) - A praiseworthy man who is famous
  • Stotri (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Striker (English)
  • Stuart (English) - Stuart and Stewart are clan names of the royal house of Scotland: Stuart is the family name of many kings of England. Surname.
  • Stuart (English) - Guardian of the house [English speaking countries]
  • Studs (United States) - An American name meaning House
  • Sual (Indian) - Asked for
  • Subaahu (Indian) - Strong armed
  • Subahu (Indian) - A mighty-armed Boy
  • Subal (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Subali (Indian) - Strong
  • Subandhu (Indian) - A good friend
  • Subash (Indian) - Fragrance
  • Subeer (Indian) - Courageous
  • Subeesh (Indian) - He who is radiant like the sunrise
  • Subh (Indian) - He who is a very fortunate person
  • Subhadr (Indian) - Gentleman
  • Subhag (Indian) - Fortunate
  • Subham (Indian) - One who is a good person
  • Subhan (Indian) - Aware
  • Subhang (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Subhas (Indian) - Shining
  • Subhash (Indian) - Soft spoken
  • Subhendu (Indian) - Moon
  • Subhradip (Indian) - A humble man
  • Subinay (Indian) - Humble
  • Subodh (Indian) - Sound advice
  • Subrahmanya (Indian) - The god of war
  • Subramani (Indian) - The god of war
  • Suchendra (Indian) - Lord of plousness
  • Suchet (Indian) - Attentive, alert
  • Suchin (Indian) - Means a beautiful thought
  • Suchir (Indian) - Eternal
  • Suchit (Indian) - Person with a sound mind
  • Sudalai (Indian) - Village god
  • Sudama (Indian) - Meek
  • Sudarsan (Indian) - A name of the Lord Perumal
  • Sudarshan (Indian) - Good looking
  • Suday (Indian) - Gift
  • Sudeep (Indian) - Illumined
  • Sudeepta (Indian) - Bright
  • Sudesha (Indian) - Good country
  • Sudev (Indian) - Good diety
  • Sudeva (Indian) - Good deva
  • Sudhakar (Indian) - Mine of nectar
  • Sudhamay (Indian) - Full of nectar
  • Sudhang (Indian) - Moon
  • Sudhanshu (Indian) - Moon
  • Sudhanssu (Indian) - Moon
  • Sudhanvan (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Sudharma (Indian) - Sudharma is the name of a Gandhar of Bhagwan Mahavir. It means good law.
  • Sudhendra (Indian) - Lord of nectar
  • Sudhi (Indian) - Scholar
  • Sudhindra (Indian) - Lord of knowledge
  • Sudhir (Indian) - Resolute, brave
  • Sudhish (Indian) - Lord of excellent intellect
  • Sudhit (Indian) - Kind
  • Sudi (Scottish)
  • Sudin (Indian) - He is a bright young man
  • Sudip (Indian) - Bright
  • Sudir (Indian) - Bright
  • Sugandh (Indian) - Sweet smelling, fragrance
  • Sugata (Indian) - A name of the buddha
  • Sughosh (Indian) - One with melodious voice
  • Sugriva (Indian) - One with graceful neck
  • Suguru (Japanese) - An eminent person
  • Suhas (Indian) - Laughter
  • Suhash (Indian,Hindi) - One with a sweet smile, sweet smiled.
  • Suhrit (Indian) - Well-disposed
  • Suhruda (Indian) - Good hearted
  • Sujal (Indian) - Affectionate
  • Sujan (Indian) - Honest
  • Sujash (Indian) - Illustrious
  • Sujat (Indian) - Belonging to a good clan
  • Sujay (Indian) - Victory
  • Sujendran (Indian) - Universal being
  • Sujit (Indian) - Victory
  • Sujith (Indian) - One who brings victory
  • Suka (Indian) - Wind
  • Sukant (Indian) - Handsome
  • Sukanta (Indian) - Handsome
  • Sukarma (Indian) - One who does good deeds
  • Sukarman (Indian) - Reciter of 1000 samhitas
  • Sukesh (Indian) - With beautiful
  • Suketu (Indian) - Of good banner, flag
  • Sukhajat (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sukhakar (Indian) - Lord rama
  • Sukhamay (Indian) - Pleasurable
  • Sukhashakt (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sukhcharan (Indian) - He who is very peaceful
  • Sukhdev (Indian) - God of happiness
  • Sukhesh (Indian) - Lord of happiness
  • Sukhinder (Indian) - He who is a giver of happiness
  • Sukhjinder (Indian) - He who gives and spreads happiness
  • Sukhjodh (Indian) - One who is a Lord of happiness and a warrior of peace
  • Sukhmeet (Indian) - A friend who brings peace
  • Sukhnam (Indian) - The bliss that the naam brings
  • Sukhpal (Indian) - To achieve victory
  • Sukhroop (Indian) - He who is a true embodiment of peace
  • Sukhwant (Indian) - Full of happiness, pleasant
  • Sukrant (Indian) - Extremely beautiful
  • Sukrit (Indian) - Wise
  • Sukriti (Celtic) - Good creation
  • Sukumar (Indian) - Tender
  • Sukumara (Indian) - Very tender, very delicate
  • Sukumaran (Indian) - A variation of the name sukumaran
  • Sulabh (Indian) - Easy to get
  • Sulalit (Indian) - Graceful
  • Sulek (Indian) - Sun
  • Suleman (Indian) - One who is secure, safe
  • Sullivan (Irish) - Dark eyes. Surname.
  • Sullivan (Gaelic) - Keen eye [English speaking countries]

    Used almost exclusively as a surname.

  • Suloch (Indian) - Beautiful eyes
  • Sulochan (Indian) - One with beautiful eyes
  • Sulochna (Indian) - Beautiful eyes
  • Sumadhur (Indian) - Very sweet
  • Suman (Indian) - Flower
  • Sumangal (Indian) - Very auspicious
  • Sumanjit (Indian) - One who wins the God's power
  • Sumant (Indian) - Friendly
  • Sumantu (Indian) - Atharva veda was assigned to him
  • Sumanyu (Indian) - Heaven
  • Sumat (Indian) - One who is wise and has a big intellect
  • Sumathi (Indian) - A person of good mind
  • Sumatikumar (Indian,Hindi) - Sumatikumar is a variation of Sumatinath. Sumatinath is the name of 5th Tirthankara.
  • Sumatinath (Indian) - Lord of wisdom
  • Sumay (Indian) - Wise
  • Sumed (Indian) - Wise
  • Sumedh (Indian) - Clever
  • Sumeer (Indian) - He is the Lord of all wisom
  • Sumer (Indian) - Gold mountain, born in the summer month.
  • Sumeru (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sumesh (Indian) - He is the flower Lord
  • Sumiati (Indian) - One who has positive thoughts
  • Sumiran (Indian) - He who does things in teh remembrance of God
  • Sumit (Indian) - Well measured
  • Sumitr (Indian) - Good friend
  • Sumitranandan (Indian) - Son of sumitra (lackshman and shatrughna)
  • Summan (Indian) - A man with a good mind
  • Summer (Irish) - Born during the summer
  • Sumukh (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sun (English)
  • Sunam (Indian) - Good name, fame
  • Sunand (Indian) - Pleasant
  • Sunandan (Indian) - Happy
  • Sunar (Indian) - Happy
  • Sunashi (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Sunay (Indian) - Wise
  • Sunchit (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Sunda (Indian) - A man of very tender nature
  • Sundar (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Sundara (Indian) - He a breathtakingly beautiful man
  • Sundarjeet (Indian) - One who posesses great beauty
  • Sunder (Indian) - Handome
  • Suneet (Indian) - Lord shiva, righteous
  • Sunil (Indian) - Dark blue
  • Sunirmal (Indian) - Pure
  • Sunit (Indian) - He who is a prudent man with good principles
  • Sunjeev (Indian) - Making alive
  • Sunjit (Indian) - An invincible man
  • Supal (Indian) - Precious time, the importance of time.
  • Suparn (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Suparshwa (Indian) - A 7th teerthankar's name
  • Supash (Indian) - Lord ganesh
  • Suprabhaat (Indian) - Good morning
  • Suprakash (Indian) - Manifested
  • Suprasanna (Indian) - Ever cheerful and beaming, goddess lakshmi
  • Supratik (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Supratika (Indian) - A man who is very handsome
  • Supratim (Indian) - Excellent
  • Supreet (Indian) - One who is beloved and adored
  • Suprit (Indian) - Loving
  • Sur (Indian) - A musical note
  • Suradhish (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Suradip (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Surafeal (Australian) - He who enjoys surfing
  • Suragan (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Surahbil (Indian) - A creative, brave and courageous person
  • Suraj (Indian) - He who is a good King
  • Surajit (Indian) - God
  • Surajiv (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Suram (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Suran (Indian) - Pleasant sound
  • Suranjan (Indian) - Pleasing
  • Surarihan (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Suras (Indian) - Juicy
  • Surbhup (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Surdaas (Indian) - Servant of musical tunes
  • Surdeep (Indian) - Lamp of music
  • Suren (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Surendra (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Suresh (Indian) - Sun
  • Sureshwar (Indian) - Lord of the gods
  • Surjeet (Indian) - Conqueror of the suras
  • Surnath (Indian) - Lord indra, lord of suras
  • Surshri (Indian) - Another Lord Shiva's name
  • Surup (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Surush (Indian) - Shining
  • Surya (Indian) - Sun
  • Suryaansh (Indian) - He who is a part of the Sun
  • Suryabhan (Indian) - The sun
  • Suryadev (Indian) - Sun god
  • Suryakant (Indian) - Loved by the sun
  • Suryansh (Indian) - A man who is a part of the Sun
  • Suryanshu (Indian) - Sunbeam
  • Suryaprakash (Indian) - Sunlight
  • Suryashankar (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Suryesh (Indian) - Sun is god
  • Susadh (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Susarma (Indian) - A supporter; name of a mighty ruler
  • Sushant (Indian) - Quiet
  • Sushen (Indian) - Sun of vasudeva
  • Susher (Indian) - Kind
  • Sushil (Indian) - Good characted man
  • Sushim (Indian) - Moon stone
  • Sushobhan (Indian) - Very beautiful
  • Sushri (Indian) - A person who behaves well and has s sober mind
  • Sushrut (Indian) - Of good reputation
  • Susmit (Indian) - A Boy with a nice, warm and pleasant smile
  • Sutantu (Indian) - Lord shiva, lord vishnu
  • Sutapa (Indian) - Seeker of God
  • Sutara (Indian) - Holy star
  • Sutej (Indian) - Lustre
  • Sutirth (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Sutosh (Indian) - One whi becomes easily
  • Sutoya (Indian) - A river
  • Sutton (English) - From the south farm
  • Suvan (Indian) - The sun
  • Suvankar (Indian) - A person who tends to do good to others
  • Suvarn (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Suvas (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Suvel (Indian) - Placid
  • Suvesh (Indian) - A who is extremely handsome and good looking.
  • Suvidh (Indian) - Kind
  • Suvimal (Indian) - Pure
  • Suvir (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Suvrata (Indian) - Strict in religious vows
  • Suyamun (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Suyash (Indian) - Illustrious
  • Suyati (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Suzanna (English) - Graceful lily. Variant of Susannah. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.
  • Suzanne (English) - Lily Variant of Hebrew Susannah. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.
  • Suzu (Japanese) - A man who lives long
  • Svamin (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Svaminath (Indian) - Lord ganesh
  • Svang (Indian) - Good looks
  • Svanik (Indian) - Handsome
  • Svar (Indian) - Lord vishnu
  • Svaraj (Indian) - Lord indra
  • Svarg (Indian) - Heaven
  • Svarna (Indian) - Lord ganesh
  • Svarpati (Indian) - Lord of sound
  • Svayambhu (Indian) - Lord brahma, vishnu, shiva
  • Svayambhut (Indian) - Lord shiva
  • Svyatopolk (Russian,Bosnian) - Celebrating people
  • Swadhin (Indian) - Independent and free
  • Swagat (Indian) - Welcome
  • Swain (United States) - Herdsman, knights attendant
  • Swajith (Indian) - Self-victory
  • Swaley (Indian) - Winding stream
  • Swami (Indian) - Lord
  • Swaminath (Indian) - The Lord almighty
  • Swapan (Indian) - Dream
  • Swapnesh (Indian) - King of dreams
  • Swapnil (Indian) - Seen in a dream, dreamy
  • Swaraj (Indian) - Liberty or freedom
  • Swaran (Indian) - One who has a golden heart
  • Swaranjeet (Indian) - One who is a golden winner
  • Swarga (Indian) - A heavenly person
  • Swarit (Indian) - Towards heaven
  • Swarnapurishwara (Indian) - Lord of the golden city
  • Swarnim (Indian) - The golden shine
  • Swarup (Indian) - Truth
  • Swastik (Indian) - Auspicious
  • Swatantar (Indian) - In means independent and free
  • Swayam (Indian) - Overall, somehting that covers everything
  • Swayambhu (Indian) - Self-existent
  • Swetaketu (Indian) - An ancient sage
  • Swetank (Indian) - A man of fair body
  • Swethan (Indian) - The one who has learnt all vedas
  • Swift (English) - Swift
  • Syamantak (Indian) - A jewel of lord vishnu
  • Syamantaka (Indian) - A man who destroys all dangers
  • Syaoran (Chinese) - He who is a little wolf
  • Syd - Variant of Sidney from St. Denis
  • Syed (Arabic) - Fortunate, blissful, lucky [English speaking countries]

    Anglicization of the traditional Saeed.

  • Syler (United States) - He is a scholar and loves the knoledge
  • Sylvanus (English)
  • Sylvester (Latin) - A forest [English speaking countries]
  • Sylvie (English) - Variant of Latin Sylvia from the forest.
  • Syracuse (Hebrew)
  • Syum (Indian) - A ray
  • Syun (Indian) - A ray
Female Names
  • Saach (Indian) - A truthful, beloved and graceful person
  • Saachi (Indian) - A person who is beloved because she speaks the truth
  • Saahira (Indian) - A wakeful person
  • Saaj (Indian) - A worshiper of God
  • Saanjali (Indian) - A hand that is claspled in a prayer
  • Saanvi (Indian) - Name of the Goddess Lakshmi
  • Saara (Indian) - A noble-born woman, a princess
  • Saaraa (Indian) - She is like a Princess
  • Saasha (Russian) - A defender of mankind
  • Saatvika (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Sabeena (Indian) - She who is beautiful
  • Sabiba (Russian) - A sabine
  • Sabina (Arabic) - A Sabine
  • Sabita (Indian) - A beautiful sunshine
  • Sabitha (Indian) - The one who shines beautifuly
  • Sabitri (Indian) - One who is related to sun; a beautiful person
  • Sabiya (Spanish) - Morning eastern wind
  • Sabooree (Indian) - One who is full of contentment
  • Sabrina - Legendary princess
  • Sabrina (Gaelic) - A Welsh river name [English speaking countries]

    Sabrina is linked to the River Severn in England, either through being the Goddess of the Severn, or being a nymph (also known as Hafren) who drowned in Severn, and so gave it her name. It is more likely that the character derived her name from the river,

  • Sachiko (Japanese) - The child of good luck and happiness
  • Sachita (Indian) - A person who is both happy and conscious
  • Sada (Japanese) - The woman who is the pure one
  • Sadabhuja (Indian) - The name of Goddess Durga
  • Sadako (Japanese) - The child that is chaste and of integrity
  • Sade (African) - Sweetly singing [English speaking countries]

    This may also be a pet name for the Yoruba name Folasade meaning "honor earns a crown".

  • Sadgati (Indian) - The felling of liberation and freedom
  • Sadhbba (English) - Wise
  • Sadhika (Indian) - A person who achieves thing in life
  • Sadie (Irish)
  • Sadie (Hebrew) - Princess [English speaking countries]

    Originally a pet form of Sarah it now stands on its own.

  • Saebeorht - Glory at sea
  • Saeburg (United States) - An individual who is amusing and bold
  • Saee (Indian) - A female friend
  • Saeko (Japanese) - A serene child
  • Saesha (Indian) - The truth of life
  • Sagari (Indian) - One of the ocean
  • Sagarika (Indian) - A woman born in the ocean
  • Saguna (Indian) - A virtuous woman
  • Sahana (Indian) - A patient individual
  • Sahara (English) - Name of a desert [African and English speaking countries]

    Sahara is the name of a vast desert in North Africa.
    Sahara may also be taken as derived from the Hebrew "sahar" meaning "moon".

  • Sahasra (Indian) - The new begining, a new chance in life
  • Sahej (Indian) - A natural, original woman
  • Saheli (Indian) - She who is a friend
  • Sahika (Indian) - Indian name meaning peak
  • Sahitya (Indian) - The literate one, some one sho appreciates literature
  • Sahna (Indian) - A form or a figure
  • Sahri (Indian) - Small and humble person
  • Sahriya (Indian) - Auspicious person
  • Sai (Japanese) - Japanese name meaning paint
  • Saihajleen (Indian) - A person absorbed in bliss and peace
  • Saijal (Indian) - One who is like river water, full of water
  • Saijayani (Indian) - Personification of victory
  • Saina (Arabic) - Princess
  • Saindhava (Indian) - A name for Himalayan Pink rock salt
  • Saiua (Japanese) - A name which means a ripe fruit
  • Saiya (Indian) - One who is like a shadow
  • Sajala (Indian) - A woman who is comapred to the clouds
  • Sajani (Indian) - A person who is well loved by others
  • Sajaya (Indian) - A woman of grat and big heart
  • Sajiya (Indian) - A person of very attractive looks
  • Sajonara (Japanese,Croatian) - Farewell
  • Sakai (Japanese) - To live in prosperity
  • Sakaria (Indian) - One who is cute and sweet
  • Saketha (Indian) - A name of Shri Krishna
  • Saki (Japanese) - A blossom of new hope
  • Sakoiya (Russian) - A female name of Russian origin
  • Sakra (Indian) - A person who comes from India
  • Sakshi (Indian) - Someone who is a witness
  • Sakura (Japanese) - Cherry blossom [English and Japanese speaking countries]

    Popular name in Japan.

  • Sakura (Japanese) - A woman who is like a cherry blossom
  • Sakurako (Japanese) - A child of the cherry blossom
  • Sal (Greek) - Savior. Diminutive of Salvador.
  • Saleisha (Indian) - One who is pure and good
  • Salena (Greek) - Moon [English speaking countries]
  • Salene (United States) - American name meaning Heaven
  • Salila (Indian) - A girl who carries water
  • Salina (Greek) - Moon [English speaking countries]
  • Sally (Hebrew) - Princess [English speaking countries]
  • Salma (Arabic) - Whole; to be safe [Arabic, English and Swahili speaking countries]

    Salma Hayek is a Mexican-American actress. She was nominated for an Academy award for her role as Frida Kahlo in the film 'Frida'.

    Princess Lalla Salma (born Salma Bennani) is the wife of the King of Morocco.

  • Salmoneus (Hebrew)
  • Saloni (Indian) - Beautiful, charming and beloved person
  • Samadhi (Indian) - To have complete control over the functions of consciousness
  • Samali (Indian) - A girl lovely as a bouqet
  • Samantha (United States) - The God has heard your prayer
  • Samantha (Aramaic) - Listener [English speaking countries]

    As Samantha is likely an English variation on Samuel, it does not retain the original Hebrew meaning "heard by God," as it is not a Hebrew name.

    Samantha is a relatively new name, arising in the latter part of the 18th century. It was popu

  • Samanvita (Indian) - The name of the Goddess Durga
  • Samapti (Indian) - A wealthy, rich individual
  • Samara (Hebrew) - Regard; guardian [English speaking countries]

    In the bible, there is a place named Samaria which could be where this name originates from. Samaria means "mountain lookout" or "watch mountain".

    A samara is a flattened fruit, commonly called a 'helicopter' and found on trees such as the

  • Samhita (Indian) - Vedic Om position
  • Sami (Hebrew) - All hearing
  • Samidha (Indian) - An offering for a sacred fire
  • Samiksha (Indian) - Indian name meaning analysis
  • Samira (Arabic) - Pleasant community [African, Arabic, English and Swahili speaking countries]

    Feminine form of Samir

  • Samireh (Indian) - One who is entertaining in the evening
  • Samita (Indian) - Calm and collected person
  • Samkhya (Indian) - Indian name meaning number
  • Samota (Indian) - The power of equality
  • Sampada (Indian) - One who is blessed with wealth
  • Sampoorna (Indian) - She who is complete, content
  • Sampson (Hebrew) - The sun. Biblical Samson was given superhuman strength by God.
  • Sampson (English) - The sun. Biblical Samson was given superhuman strength by God.
  • Sampurna (Indian) - One that is near perfection
  • Samrana (Indian) - A hindi girl name
  • Samriddhi (Indian) - A person living in prosperity who has everything
  • Samritha (Indian) - A wealthy and remembered person
  • Samvarta (Indian) - Indian mythical name meaning a mythical mare
  • Samyukhta (Indian) - Goddess Durga, mother of universe supreme power of the supreme being. Goddess Devi, great goddess approachable and gentle mother
  • Sanaa (Arabic) - Brilliance [African, Arabic, English and Swahili speaking countries]

    This Arabic name has become more popular in the United States since the actress Sanaa Lathan became famous.

  • Sanai (Greek) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Sanai is likely patterned after the Arabic name Sanaa which has meaning as both an Arabic and Swahili derived name. It could also be a play on the Arabic traditional Saiyya. Sanai, however, is merely a modern creation or anglicization of such names, and t

  • Sanatani (Indian) - Goddess Durga goddess of power and strength
  • Sanaya (Indian) - Praise-worthy, deserving of admiration
  • Sancha (African) - Holy
  • Sanchali (Indian) - Highly mobiled
  • Sanchaya (Indian) - Crowd, group of people
  • Sanchita (Indian) - Collection
  • Sanderson (Spanish) - Alexander's son
  • Sandesha (Indian) - Brought for a message
  • Sandhya (Indian) - Evening, night person
  • Sandhyatara (Indian) - Star in the evening
  • Sandipta (Indian) - Self-promising, lord shiva's worshipper
  • Sandra (Greek) - Defending men [English and Estonian speaking countries]
  • Sandy (English) - Abbreviation of Alexander defender of man.
  • Sanemi (Indian) - As good as it is possible to be
  • Sangam (Indian) - Union or to merge
  • Sangeet (Indian) - Vocal or instrumental sounds
  • Sanghita (Indian) - A branch of vedas; Music, produce harmony and expression of emotion
  • Sangini (Indian) - Partner in life
  • Sangita (Indian) - Musical
  • Sangitpriya (Indian) - Fond of music
  • Sangyukta (Indian) - Relating to someone or something
  • Sania (Indian) - A moment in time preserved
  • Saniha (Indian) - To a short distance away from
  • Sanika (Indian) - Flute a wind instrument made from a tube with holes
  • Saniya (Indian) - Wisdom
  • Saniya (Arabic) - Radiant, brilliant [Arabic and English speaking countries]

    Respelling of the traditional Saniyya.

  • Saniyah (Arabic) - Radiant, brilliant [English speaking countries]

    Respelling of the traditional Saniyya. Generally an Arabic name wouldn't contain an "H" as the last letter in such cases. This is an anglicization.

  • Saniyya (Indian) - A moment in time preserved
  • Saniyyah (Indian) - Time of your life that you are cherish
  • Sanjana (Indian) - Calm, mild in temperament and tender. In harmony
  • Sanjeeta (Indian) - Expressing of jubilation after having won a victory
  • Sanjeevni (Indian) - Living an eternal life
  • Sanjita (Indian) - Too powerful to be defeated
  • Sanjivani (Indian) - Immortality
  • Sanjivini (Indian) - Living an eternal life
  • Sanjoli (Indian) - Period of twilight
  • Sanjukta (Indian) - Union
  • Sanjula (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Sankalita (Indian) - One who is collected
  • Sankeisha (Indian) - Indian name for girls
  • Sanmukh (Indian) - One with a bright destiny
  • Sanoja (Indian) - The eternal one
  • Sansita (Indian) - A high praise
  • Sanskriti (Indian) - Culture
  • Santha (Indian) - Indian name for girls
  • Santos - Saint
  • Santoshi (Indian) - Happy
  • Santra (Indian) - One that is sweet like an oralnge
  • Santushti (Indian) - One who is completely satisfied
  • Sanya (Indian) - A moment in time preserved
  • Sanyukta (Indian) - Union
  • Saori (Japanese) - Color of sand
  • Saory (Japanese) - A nicely woven cloth
  • Sapana (Indian) - One who is dreamy
  • Saparna (Indian) - Leafy
  • Saphala (Indian) - Successful
  • Sapna (Indian) - Dream
  • Saptadeepa (Indian) - The earth
  • Saptami (Indian) - The seventh day
  • Saptapadi (Indian) - The seven steps at the wedding taken together by the married couple
  • Sara (Hebrew) - Princess [Danish, English, Hindi and Spanish speaking countries]

    Variant of Sarah. Sara may also be a Sanskrit male name [sah-ruh] meaning "the Essence."

    Sara Lee is a food company that specialises in frozen and packaged foods. Sara Ramírez is an actress, and Sara Evans is a country singer-songwriter.

  • Sarabjeet (Indian) - One who won them all
  • Sarabnam (Indian) - Always present name of God
  • Sarah (Hebrew) - Princess [English, French, German, Hebrew, Norwegian and Swedish speaking countries]

    In the Old Testament, Sarah was the wife of Abraham, and the mother of Isaac.
    Her name was first Sarai ("my princess"), which God changed to Sarah ("princess") as her descendants were to be the future nation of Israel.

    Famous bearer

  • Sarahi (Hebrew) - Princess [English speaking countries]
  • Sarai (Hebrew) - Argumentative
  • Sarai (Hebrew) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    In the Old Testament, Sarai is the original first name of Sarah who changed it when she embraced faith in God.
    Sarai is said to mean "my princess; my woman of high rank", maybe referring to her relationship with her husband, or perhaps as the princ

  • Sarakshi (Indian) - Good sight
  • Sarala (Indian) - Simple, black tulsi
  • Sarama (Indian) - A kind woman
  • Sarani (Indian) - Protecting
  • Sarasa (Indian) - Swan
  • Sarashi (Indian) - Bengali name for girs
  • Saraswati (Indian) - Owning water, a river goddess
  • Sarathi (Indian) - Charioteer of Partha
  • Saravati (Indian) - A river
  • Sarayi (Indian) - A princess
  • Sarbari (Indian) - Bengali name meaning night
  • Sarbjeet (Indian) - One who wins all the time
  • Sarda (United States) - American invented name
  • Sarengi (Indian) - A musical instrument
  • Saretha (United States) - An excellence
  • Sargent (Hebrew) - A squire
  • Sariah (Hebrew) - Princess [English speaking countries]
  • Sarika (Indian) - A thing of beauty, nature
  • Sarina (Hebrew) - Princess [English and Italian speaking countries]

    Endearment of Sarah

  • Sarita (Indian) - River
  • Sarla (Indian) - Simple, black tulsi
  • Sarmishtha (Indian) - She who is smart and beautiful
  • Saroja (Indian) - Lotus
  • Sarojini (Indian) - A lake full of lotuses
  • Saroma (Indian) - She who is bashful
  • Sarsour (Hebrew) - Bug
  • Saruchi (Indian) - A wonderful girl
  • Saruh (Indian) - A princess
  • Sarupa (Indian) - A beautiful woman
  • Sarvagjna (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Sarwendah (Indonesian) - An extremely beautiful woman.
  • Saryu (Indian) - River sharayu
  • Sasanka (Indian) - The moon in the sky
  • Sasatya (Indian) - She who speaks the truth
  • Sashenka (Russian) - She who defends
  • Sashi (Indian) - Moon
  • Sashya (Russian) - A helper of mankind
  • Sasilvia (United States) - Variation of the name Silvia
  • Sasini (Indian) - One who containes the Moon
  • Saskia - Protector of Mankind.
  • Sassy (Russian)
  • Sasthi (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Sati (Indian) - One who is true
  • Satishchandra (Indian) - Indian name for girls
  • Satleen (Indian) - One who is absorbed in God's truth
  • Satoko (Japanese) - Child of Sato
  • Satsuki (Japanese) - Fifth month, May
  • Satta (Indian) - One who is above all
  • Satvari (Indian) - The night
  • Satvi (Indian) - She who is real
  • Satviki (Indian) - Goddess Durga
  • Satyabrati (Indian) - She who tells the truth
  • Satyashila (Indian) - A real one
  • Satyavati (Indian) - Mother of Vyasa, one who speaks truth
  • Saugandhika (Indian) - One who is sweet-smelling
  • Saumyaa (Indian) - One who is weak or mild
  • Saumyi (Indian) - A moonlight
  • Sauville (Indian) - From the willow farm
  • Savana (Spanish) - Plateau [English speaking countries]

    Modern trendy respelling of the traditional Savannah.

  • Savanah (Spanish) - Plateau [English speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of Savannah.

  • Savanna (Spanish) - Plateau [English speaking countries]
  • Savannah (Spanish) - Plateau [English speaking countries]

    A savanna (also spelled "savannah") is a large, grassy plateau. Savannah is the name of a large city in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is also the name of a breed of cat.

  • Savarna (Indian) - Daughter of the ocean, wife of sun
  • Savayta (Indian) - One who is cultured, traditional and good natured being
  • Savera (Indian) - Goddess of sound
  • Savi (Indian) - The Sun
  • Savita (Indian) - Sun
  • Savitri (Indian) - Goddess saraswati, jamuna river
  • Savvy (United States) - She who is smart
  • Sawyer - Cuts timber
  • Saya (Indian) - A shelter from the Sun
  • Sayaka (Japanese) - A clear one
  • Sayani (Indian) - An evening light
  • Sayantika (Indian) - One who is on the rise
  • Saydee (United States) - Variation of Sadie meaning princess
  • Sayli (Indian) - One who is sweaty
  • Sayua (Japanese) - One who is swift andf fast like an arrow
  • Sayuri (Indian) - A flower
  • SBtinka (Spanish) - Magical dancer
  • Scamp (Native American)
  • Scarlet (English) - Scarlet [English speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of Scarlett

  • Scarlett (English) - Scarlet [English speaking countries]

    Scarlett O'Hara is the protagonist of Margaret Mitchell's novel "Gone with the Wind". It is a little known fact that Scarlett's full name is "Katie Scarlett O'Hara", after her Irish father's mother.

    Scarlett Johansson is a popular American

  • Schantelle (United States) - One who loves to sing
  • Scotia (Greek) - Dark one [English speaking countries]

    Scotia was one of the names of Aphrodite, ancient Greek goddess of beauty. Scotia is the Latinised form of the Greek name.

  • Scottie (Scottish) - From Scotland: a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
  • Seanlaoch (Irish) - Old hero
  • Seanna (United States) - God is gracious
  • Searlus (Irish) - Manly
  • Seattle (United States) - A place name
  • Sedona (United States) - A place name
  • Seerat (Indian) - One with inner beauty
  • Segenam (Indian) - Lazy (Algonquin)
  • Sehar (Indian) - Erly morning or dawn
  • Seika (Japanese) - Pure summer
  • Seiko (Japanese) - A child that is sincere
  • Seiren (Japanese) - A refined star, a smelt star
  • Sejal (Indian) - Water of the river
  • Sela (Spanish) - Rock
  • Selah (Hebrew) - Pause and reflect [English speaking countries]

    This word occurs seventy-one times in thirty-nine of the Psalms and is thought to indicate a pause for reflection similar to the word Amen.

  • Sele (Hebrew) - Rock
  • Selena (Greek) - Moon [English speaking countries]
  • Selene (Hebrew)
  • Selene (Greek) - Moon [English speaking countries]

    Selene was the Greek goddess of the Moon.

  • Selik (Greek) - Blessed
  • Selina (Greek) - Moon [English speaking countries]
  • Sellma (United States) - One who demands peace
  • Selwin (Celtic) - Friend at court
  • Semrarjit (Indian) - Sikh female name
  • Senalda (Hebrew) - Sign
  • Senet (Spanish) - Wise
  • Senuri (United States) - A person with strong mind and heart; full of youth
  • Seosaph (German) - God will multiply
  • Seraphine (Spanish) - Burning fire
  • Serena (Hebrew) - Serene
  • Serena (Latin) - Composed; peaceful; cheerful [English and Italian speaking countries]

    Derived from the Latin "serenus"

    Serena Williams is an American tennis player.

    The Nissan Serena is a minivan or people carrier.

  • Serenity (English) - Peacefulness [English speaking countries]

    Serenity is a synonym for "peacefulness." It is the name of a popular science fiction movie, as well as a well-known U.S. brand of adult diapers.

  • Serhild (Spanish) - Armored battle maiden
  • Serilda (German) - Armored battle maiden
  • Serval (German)
  • Setiawati (Indonesian) - Loyal and faithful
  • Shachi (Indian) - Wife on indra, intelligence
  • Shadia (Native American) - She sings: Beatiful voice.
  • Shadow (Arabic)
  • Shaela (United States) - A combination of names, The Butterfly princess of the meadow
  • Shaelie (United States) - A noble one
  • Shaelyn (Yiddish) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A combination of the names Shay and Lynn.

  • Shaelyn (United States) - She is the one who replaces
  • Shagoon (Indian) - An auspicious moment in life
  • Shahan (Indian) - A patient woman
  • Shaheda (Indian) - She is a witness
  • Shahzeela (Indian) - A stunning beutiful woman
  • Shaibani (Indian) - A name of the Goddess Durga
  • Shaila (Indian) - Stone, mountain
  • Shailaja (Indian) - Daughter of mountain (river)
  • Shailey (Irish) - Unknown
  • Shaivi (Indian) - One who brings prosperity
  • Shakira
  • Shakira (Arabic) - Thankful [Arabic and English speaking countries]

    Feminine form of Shakir

  • Shaktik (Indian) - A female counterpart of God
  • Shakuntala (Indian) - Mother of bharath, wife of shantanu
  • Shala (United States) - One who is like a small mountain
  • Shalaka (Indian) - Parvati
  • Shalalu (Indian) - One who smells of perfume
  • Shaleigh (United States) - A made up name from Sha and Leah, means a female gazelle
  • Shaley (United States) - Combination of name, means a princess of the butterfly meadow
  • Shalika (Indian) - Mayna
  • Shalini (Indian) - Modesty, house-wife
  • Shalita (United States) - A little winged woman, combination of names
  • Shalom - Peaceful
  • Shalonda (Yiddish) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    A modern American coinage with no known meaning.

  • Shaly (United States) - A female who is like an antelope
  • Shalyn (United States) - A female whose beauty is her strenght
  • Shalynn (United States) - A woman of the lake, made up name
  • Shameka (United States) - A made up name, means a woman
  • Shamia (United States) - A made up name from Sha nad Mia, means a women's sea of sorrow
  • Shammis (United States) - One who supplants the other
  • Shan (African) - Variant of Shaun from John.
  • Shanae (French) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Shanae is most likely a modern coinage, on the model of names such as Janae.
    It has also be suggested that Shanae had been used as a phonetic American transcription of the Irish name Sinead.

  • Shanae (United States) - Variation, shana
  • Shanasa (Indian) - She who has many desires
  • Shanelle (French) - Channel, pipe [English speaking countries]

    Possibly from Chanel, the French word for "pipe". Modern American English coinage that more likely comes from a feminine suffix of "elle" being added to the popular element "shan".

  • Shanequa (United States) - The God is gracious
  • Shanetha (United States) - A created name, means a woman
  • Shania (Yiddish) - Beautiful [English speaking countries]
  • Shanice (English) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Shankari (Indian) - Wife of shankar
  • Shannen (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    Alternate spelling of Shannon.

  • Shanta (Sanskrit) - The pacified; the appeased [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    The 74th of the Goddess Lakshmi's 108 names.

  • Shantala (Indian) - Goddess parvati
  • Shantel (French) - Place of stones [English speaking countries]

    Phonetic spelling of Chantal.

  • Shantell (French) - Stony place [English speaking countries]

    A modern respelling of Chantal.

  • Shanti (Indian) - Peace
  • Shaquana (Hebrew) - N/A [English speaking countries]
  • Shaquana (United States) - Truth in life
  • Shaquanna (United States) - Truth in life
  • Sharada (Indian) - Goddess of learning
  • Sharanya (Indian) - Surrendered, peace
  • Sharday (French) - Variety of grape [English speaking countries]
  • Sharee (Indian) - A form of Shari
  • Sharif - Illustrious. A name of descendants of Mohammed.
  • Sharika (Indian) - Mayna
  • Sharita (Hebrew) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Creation of modern times possibly combining Sharon or Sheryl and Rita or simply the common prefix "Sha" with the common latinate ending "ita" or "rita". popular in the US in the mid 1080's.

  • Sharmila (Indian) - Modest
  • Sharmistha (Indian) - Wife of yayati
  • Sharna (Indian) - A guarding and protecting woman
  • Sharonda (Hebrew) - The plains [English speaking countries]

    A variant of Sharon influenced by the name Rhonda.

  • Sharree (United States) - A darling woman
  • Sharrie (United States) - A very darling, sweet woman
  • Sharvani (Indian) - Parvati
  • Sharvari (Indian) - Night, lady
  • Shashini (Indian) - A girl who is like the Moon
  • Shaswati (Indian) - Eternal
  • Shatakshi (Indian) - One with hundred of eyes (night)
  • Shatora (United States) - A woman who is a victor. A modern name
  • Shatoria (United States) - A combination of name Means To be your own master
  • Shatorria (United States) - A woman who is a vicotor
  • Shatorya (United States) - One who is God's gracious victroy
  • Shatoya (United States) - A combination of names, means woman is her own measter
  • Shattuck (Hindu) - Shad fish
  • Shavana (Irish) - Variant of Shivani. Hindu God Shiva.
  • Shaveena (Indian) - A modern name, mening grace
  • Shavon (Gaelic) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    Anglicized spelling of Siobhan.

  • Shawe (Indian) - Terse
  • Shawna (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]
  • Shawnee (Hebrew) - Tribal name [English speaking countries]

    Shawnee is the name of a Native American Indian people.

  • Shawnette (United States) - A woman who is a beutiful and intelligent flower
  • Shawnita (Celtic) - Blue diamond.
  • Shawnte (United States) - The God's kindnees and mercy
  • Shayal (Indian) - A dark skinned woman
  • Shayan (American) - Variant of Shea courteous.
  • Shayla (Latin) - Blind [English speaking countries]

    From the popular Shay and La.

  • Shaylee (Yiddish) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Shaylee is a modern invention and, presumably, is a combination of the anglicized Shay and the popular suffix -lee.

  • Shaylee (United States) - From the fairy place, a fairy princess
  • Shaylynn
  • Shaylynn (United States) - She is like a beutifu; Hawk
  • Shayne (Hebrew) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]
  • Shea - Majestic
  • Sheela (Indian) - One with good morals
  • Sheelah (Indian) - One of cool conduct and character
  • Sheena - God's gift
  • Sheena (Gaelic) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    This name is a Gaelic form of Jeanne or Jane, which are feminine forms of John.

  • Sheetal (Indian) - Cool
  • Shefali (Indian) - A sweet smelling flower
  • Shefalika (Indian) - A flower
  • Sheila (Latin) - Blind [English speaking countries]

    In Australia this is a slang term for "woman".

  • Sheilah (Hebrew) - Music
  • Shejali (Indian) - A fruit
  • Shelbi (Italian) - From the sheltered farm.
  • Shelden - Deep valley.
  • Shelia (Latin) - Blind [English speaking countries]

    Shelia is probably most widespread as a coinage, derived from the name Sheila (itself a Gaelic cognate of Cecilia, from the Latin meaning "blind").

    Shelia could however be taken as a variant transcription of the Hebrew Sheliya, meaning "god

  • Shelina (Indian) - Hindu name meaning modest
  • Shelley (English) - Clearing near a ledge [English speaking countries]
  • Shelly (English) - Clearing near a ledge [English speaking countries]
  • Shelny (English) - From the ledge farm
  • Sheloa (United States) - American name meaning heavenly
  • Shelsee (United States) - American name meaning port
  • Shelyn (United States) - Beloved woman
  • Shemeka (United States) - American created name
  • Shemunshi (Indian,Marathi) - Name of an Indian white rose
  • Shemushi (Indian,Marathi) - Intellect, understanding
  • Shena (Gaelic) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]
  • Shenna (French) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Shenna hit the US top 1000 in the year of 1984. There is no known meaning or etymological line to this name, however, it is interesting to note that the movie "Sheena" based on the Sheena: Queen of the Jungle series was released in 1984. One could guess t

  • Shephali (Indian) - A flowering plant
  • Shephard (Hebrew) - Shepherd
  • Sheralin (United States) - Woman who is beautiful
  • Sheri (Hebrew) - The plains [English speaking countries]
  • Sherise (United States) - Graceful beauty
  • Sherita (Hebrew) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, possibly based on the name Cheryl or Sherry.
    The name reached rank #709 of the US top of names in 1985.

  • Sherlyn (United States) - She who is loved by many
  • Sherrie (Hebrew) - The plains [English speaking countries]
  • Sherry (Hebrew) - The plains [English speaking countries]

    Phonetic spelling of the French word 'chèrie'.

  • Sherwin - Swift
  • Sheryl (French) - Darling [English speaking countries]
  • Shesheba (Indian) - Queen of snakes
  • Shevalini (Indian) - A flowing river
  • Sheyenne (United States) - One who speaks a lot
  • Sheyla (Latin) - Blind [English speaking countries]
  • Shibani (Indian) - Goddess Durga
  • Shichi (Indian) - One who glows
  • Shifa (Indian) - Sweet
  • Shigeko (Japanese) - A child that has everything it needs
  • Shika (Japanese) - A gentle deer
  • Shikha (Indian) - Flame
  • Shiklah (United States) - A name of a Marvel Comics charecter
  • Shiko (Japanese) - A woman made of stone
  • Shila - Flame
  • Shila (Indian) - Stone
  • Shilpa (Indian) - Stone
  • Shilpi (Indian) - A woman who is an artist
  • Shilpika (Indian) - She is an artist
  • Shilpita (Indian) - Well-proportioned
  • Shimeka (Romanian) - A beautiful princess
  • Shina (Indian) - A virtuous woman, having goodness
  • Shini (English) - To shine among all.
  • Shiniqua (Japanese) - A woman who is a victor
  • Shinjini (Indian) - Anklebelle
  • Shino (Japanese) - A woman who is like a stem of bamboo
  • Shinon (Japanese) - Japanese name of a type of flower, Aster tataricus. The meaning of the flower is remembrance
  • Shion (Japanese) - A person who remembers, one who does not forget
  • Shiori (Japanese) - To be a guide
  • Shipra (Indian) - A holy river flowing thru ujjain
  • Shipton (Indian) - From the sheep farm
  • Shira (Hebrew) - Melody; song [English and Hebrew speaking countries]
  • Shirley (English) - Bright grassland [English speaking countries]
  • Shital (Indian) - One who is cool and calm, cold
  • Shitala (Indian) - The goddess of the smallpox
  • Shiuli (Indian) - It means a flower
  • Shivagami (Indian,Marathi) - Follower of Lord Shiva
  • Shivakanta (Indian) - Wife of shiva
  • Shivali (Indian) - Another name for Goddess Parvati
  • Shivangi (Indian) - She wh shared the body of Shiva
  • Shivani (Indian) - Durga, parvati
  • Shivani (Sanskrit) - Wife of Shiva [English and Hindi speaking countries]

    The consort of Lord Shiva; a name of the Godess Parvati or Uma.

  • Shivankruti (Indian,Marathi) - Creation of Lord Shiva
  • Shivanta (Indian,Marathi) - A part of Lord Shiva
  • Shivanti (Indian,Marathi) - Part of Lord Shiva
  • Shivanya (Indian,Marathi) - A part of Lord Shiva
  • Shivasundari (Indian,Marathi) - A name of Goddess Durga
  • Shivaya (Indian,Marathi) - A name of Lord Shiva
  • Shivika (Indian) - A name that means palanquin
  • Shobha (Indian) - Attractive, beauty
  • Shobhana (Indian) - A shinning, splendig woman who glows
  • Shobhita (Indian) - Splendid
  • Shobhna (Indian) - Ornamental, shining, beautiful
  • Shobika (Indian) - A girl who is brilliant and beautiful
  • Shock (English)
  • Shoko (Japanese) - A little child who is auspicious
  • Shraddha (Indian) - One who is faithful, trusting
  • Shradhdha (Indian) - Faith, trust
  • Shravani (Indian) - Full moon of shravan month, a girl born in shravan month
  • Shravasti (Indian) - An ancient indian city
  • Shreema (Indian) - A woman who is highly spiritual
  • Shresta (Indian) - One who is first, best, foremost
  • Shreya (Indian) - Auspicious
  • Shreya (Sanskrit) - Auspicious and fortunate [English speaking countries]

    A Sanskrit name that is popular in India and one of the most popular Indian names in the United States.

  • Shreyaj (Indian,Hindi) - A woman who is very auspicious and lucky
  • Shreyashi (Indian) - Good
  • Shri (Indian) - Lustre
  • Shridevi (Indian) - Goddess
  • Shrijani (Indian) - Creative
  • Shrika (Indian) - A sound of a small whistle and a name of bird
  • Shrikala (Indian) - A name of the Goddess Laxmi
  • Shrikama (Indian) - An Indian name that means Radha
  • Shrila (Indian) - A woman who is a beauty
  • Shrilekha (Indian) - Lustrious essay
  • Shrimayi (Indian) - Fortunate
  • Shrina (Indian) - A woman who is like a night
  • Shrivali (Indian) - The name of Goddess Laxmi
  • Shrivalli (Indian) - Goddess lakshmi
  • Shrividya (Indian) - A name of Lakshmi and Saraswati
  • Shriya (Indian) - An auspicious woman
  • Shruti (Indian) - Expert in vedas, hearing
  • Shubhali (Indian) - One who is capable of being the best friend.
  • Shubhangi (Indian) - Handsome
  • Shubhita (Indian,Marathi) - Graceful, shining
  • Shubhra (Indian) - White, ganga river in mountain stage
  • Shuchi (Indian) - Clean, pure, holy
  • Shuchismita (Indian) - One who has a pure smile
  • Shuchita (Indian) - Purity
  • Shuddhi (Indian) - The name of Goddess Durga
  • Shukarata (Indian,Marathi) - One with a beautiful character
  • Shukti (Indian) - Pearl-oyster
  • Shuktij (Indian) - Pearl
  • Shushma (Indian) - She who is beautiful woman
  • Shveni (Indian) - A white woman
  • Shweta (Indian) - White complexioned
  • Shyama (Indian) - Shadow, radha, yamuna river
  • Shyamala (Indian) - Dark complexioned
  • Shyamali (Indian) - Dusky
  • Shyamalika (Indian) - Dusky
  • Shyamangi (Indian) - Dark complexioned
  • Shyanne (United States) - Unintelligible speaker
  • Shyla (Latin) - Blind [English speaking countries]

    A possible variant of the classic Sheila, this modern coinage could also simply be a "name smush" of the popular elements "shy" and feminine suffix "la".

  • Shyla (Indian) - A form of Sheila
  • Shylar (Indian) - She who is a Goddess
  • Shyly (Indian) - A woman of shy personality
  • Shynah (Japanese) - She is a victor
  • Si (Arabic)
  • Siaana (Indian) - She who is wise and knoweldgable
  • Sibani (Indian) - Goddess parvati
  • Sibyla (Irish) - Prophetess
  • Siddael (French) - From the wide valley
  • Siddhama (Indian) - A name of Goddess Durga
  • Siddhangana (Indian) - One who accomplishes great things
  • Siddhani (Indian) - She who is blessed
  • Siddhima (Indian) - Achievement
  • Sidwell (French) - From the broad well
  • Siena (Italian) - From the name of the city [English speaking countries]
  • Sienna (Italian) - Reddish orange-brown [English speaking countries]

    Made popular in contemporary times by British actress Sienna Miller.

  • Sierra (Spanish) - Mountain range [English speaking countries]

    The Spanish word for a range of mountains is sierra. The name's popularity likely came from Americans using it in homage to the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

  • Sies-Six-toed cat
  • Sigfriede (German) - Victorious
  • Sigiwald (German) - Victorious ruler
  • Silky (Scottish)
  • Silver Bell
  • Silvestre - Trees: sylvan.
  • Silvia (Latin) - Wooded; forest [English and Italian speaking countries]

    From legend, Rhea Silvia was the mother of Remus and Romulus, the founders of Rome.
    St Silvia was the mother of Pope Gregory the Great.

  • Silviana (Spanish,Romanian) - She is a girl of the forest
  • Silviea (English,Romanian) - Silviea is a form of Silvia and means woman of the woods.
  • Simarou (Indian) - To be in the state of meditation
  • Simbala (Indian) - One who comes from the Pond
  • Simeon (Hebrew) - Variant of Simon meaning hear: listen.
  • Simhanada (Indian) - The sound of the lion's roar
  • Simona (Italian,Romanian) - A woman who listens
  • Simone (Hebrew) - Listening [English and French speaking countries]

    Female variant of Simon. The name was extremely popular in the 1920s to 1950s in France and is now extremely rare, considered out-dated.

    Simone de Beauvoir was a French author and philosopher who wrote one of the founding feminist tracts. N

  • Sinacad (French) - God is gracious. English Translation: Jane.
  • Sinclair (Irish) - From Saint Clair sur Elle
  • Sindhuja (Indian) - Name of the Goddess Laxmi
  • Sinhayana (Indian) - Name of Goddess Durga
  • Sinjin (Hebrew) - St. John
  • Sinjini (Indian) - The sound the anklet makes
  • Siobhan (Gaelic) - God is gracious [English speaking countries]

    This is the Irish form of Joan.

  • Siopareet (Indian) - A woman who inspires love
  • Sioux (Irish)
  • Sira (Latin,Swiss) - She who comes from Syria
  • Sita (Indian) - Wife of rama
  • Sitaara (Indian) - One who is like a morning star
  • Sitara (Indian) - A star
  • Sitesh (Indian) - The Lord Ram's wife
  • Siti (Indonesian) - A woman of noble qualities
  • Sitka (United States) - A woman who comes from teh wester Alasca
  • Siubhan - Praised
  • Sivakami (Indian) - One who is the wife of the Lord Nataraja
  • Sizi (Scottish)
  • Skidatel (Scottish)
  • Skye (Norse) - Cloud [English speaking countries]

    Skye comes from the vocabulary word sky which ultimately comes from the Norse word meaning "cloud." Skye is also the name of an island which may have reinforced its popularity.

  • Skyla (Dutch) - The sky [English speaking countries]

    Skyla has ranked in the US top 1000 girls' names since 1998. Skyla is possibly an elaboration of the word 'sky' coupled with the generally feminine element 'la'. Skyla may also be an anglicised form of the Dutch surname Schuyler, although the usual anglic

  • Skyla (United States) - The sky
  • Slade (American) - From the valley
  • Slayton (French) - From the valley farm
  • Sloka (Indian) - One who is like a Hymn
  • Smita (Indian) - Smiling girl
  • Smitha (Indian) - One with a divine smile
  • Smiti (Indian) - To bring people happiness
  • Smriti (Indian) - Memory
  • Smruti (Indian) - One who is like a memory, a memorable person
  • Snapback
  • Sneh (Indian) - Love
  • Sneha (Indian) - Love
  • Snehalata (Indian) - A love vine
  • Snehi (Indian) - A woman of a friendly nature
  • Snezhana (Russian) - A snowy woman
  • Snigda (Indian) - She who is of tender nature
  • Sobha (Indian) - She who is illuminated
  • Soch (Indian) - A reliable and honest human being; thought
  • Sofia (Greek) - Wisdom [English, Spanish and Swedish speaking countries]

    Scandinavian and Spanish spelling of Sophia.

    Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria. It was named after the second oldest church in the capital, the Hagia Sophia or St Sofia Church.

    Sofia Coppola is an American film director.

  • Sofie (Greek) - Wisdom [English speaking countries]
  • Sofiya (Russian) - A wise woman
  • Sofya (Russian) - A woman who is wise
  • Sohalia (Indian) - Of the moon's glow; Radiant and Shining like a moon
  • Sokanon (Spanish) - Rain (Algonquin)
  • Solaina (Native American) - Dignified
  • Solar (French)
  • Soleil (French) - Sun [English speaking countries]

    Soleil is not used as a first name in France. Marie-Soleil occurs in Québec.

    Soleil Moon Frye is an American actress most notable for playing the title role in the 1980's television show "Punky Brewster".

  • Somalakshmi (Indian) - Lustre of the moon
  • Somatra (Indian) - Excelling the moon
  • Sommer (English) - Summer [English speaking countries]
  • Sommer (United States) - Summer, summoner
  • Sompriti (Indian) - One who is attached
  • Sonal (Indian) - Golden
  • Sonali (Indian) - Golden
  • Sonaly (Indian) - A woman made of gold
  • Sondra (Greek) - Defending men [English speaking countries]
  • Soneesh (Indian) - A name of the Goddess Laxmi
  • Songya (Russian) - A person who is wise and has wisdom
  • Sonia (Greek) - Wisdom [English, Russian and Armenian speaking countries]

    Sonia Gandhi is the Italian-born President of the Indian National Congress. She is the widow of Rajiv Gandhi, the son of Indira Gandhi. Both Rajiv and Indira Gandhi were Indian Prime Minister.

    Sonia O'Sullivan is an Irish athlete.

  • Sonita (Indian) - She who is like the ypung Sun
  • Sonja (Greek) - Wisdom [English speaking countries]

    Slavic form of Sonya.

    "Red Sonja" is the name of a Marvel Comics heroine, and of a 1985 film featuring that character.

  • Sonoma (United States) - A place name. One who is from the place Sonoma in California
  • Sonya (Greek) - Wisdom [English and Russian speaking countries]

    Sonya is a Russian pet form of Sophia.

  • Sookie (United States) - She who is like the lily flower
  • Sophia (Greek) - Wisdom [English, German, Greek and Italian speaking countries]

    The name Sophia is derived from the Greek word for "wisdom." In early religious and philosophical texts, characters who personified wisdom are referred to as "Sophia figures."

    Famous bearers include actress Sophia Loren, Sophia Myles and

  • Sophie (French) - Wisdom.
  • Sophie (Greek) - Wisdom.
  • Sophie (Greek) - Wisdom [English, French and German speaking countries]

    Sophie is a traditional French name, derived from the Greek meaning "wisdom".

    "Les Malheurs de Sophie" ("Sophie's Misfortunes") is a famous children's novel in France, written by Madame La Comtesse de Ségur and published in 1859.
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  • Sora (Japanese) - She is like the sky
  • Sorcha (Greek) - Intelligent
  • Soreana (Romanian) - Strict and stern.
  • Soreena (Romanian) - Soreena is a form Romanian name Sorina and means strict of stern.
  • Sorina (Romanian) - A Sun-like woman
  • Sorinah (Romanian) - Sorinah is a variation of Sorina and means strict or stern.
  • Sorley (Irish) - Viking
  • Soumya (Indian) - A decent and beutiful woman
  • Sourabhi (Indian) - Fragrance, the celestial cow
  • Souraiya (Indian) - One who is like a Sunlight
  • Sowjanya (Indian) - A girl who is tender, polite and has a kind nature
  • Spoorthi (Indian) - One who is full of inspiration
  • Spoorti (Indian) - A girl full of enthusiasm
  • Sravanti (Indian) - She who flows like a river
  • Sreedevi (Indian) - A name of the Goddess Laxmi
  • Sreya (Indian) - Best woman of great beauty and excellence
  • Srijani (Indian) - A person of great creativity
  • Srividya (Indian) - She is a Goddess of Knowledge an Wealth
  • Srusti (Indian) - Creation
  • Sruti (Indian) - Mohanto
  • Staci (Greek) - Resurrection [English speaking countries]
  • Stacia (Greek) - Resurrection [English speaking countries]
  • Stacie (Greek) - Resurrection [English speaking countries]
  • Stacy (Greek) - Resurrection [English speaking countries]
  • Stanburh (Russian) - From the stone fortress
  • Star (Latin) - Star [English speaking countries]
  • Starla (Latin) - Star [English speaking countries]
  • Starlene (Romanian) - A star
  • Starr (English) - Star
  • Starr (Latin) - Star [English speaking countries]
  • Stasia (Russian) - A short form of anastasia
  • Stavita (Indian) - Praised
  • Steadman (English) - Dwells at the farm
  • Stefana (Romanian) - Crown
  • Stefani (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    Stefani is a rarely used respelling of Stephanie.

  • Stefanie (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]
  • Stella (Latin) - Star [English speaking countries]

    Stella is a character in Tennessee Williams' play 'A Streetcar Named Desire'.

    As a product name, Stella Artois is a brand of Belgian beer, and Stella is a magazine produced by the British newspaper 'The Sunday Telegraph'.

    F

  • Stephaine (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    A respelling of the name Stephanie.

  • Stormi (United States) - A form refering to a Storm
  • Stormie (United States) - Means a Storm
  • Striratna (Indian) - Another name of Goddess Laxmi
  • Stymie (Scottish)
  • Subarna (Indian) - Of the colour of gold
  • Subhadra (Indian) - A wife of arjuna, sister of krishna
  • Subhaga (Indian) - A fortunate person
  • Subhagya (Indian) - Lucky
  • Subhashini (Indian) - Well-spoken
  • Subhasini (Indian) - A nice girl who is soft-spoken
  • Subhra (Indian) - A white woman
  • Subhuja (Indian) - Auspicious apsara
  • Subrata (Indian) - Devoted to what is right
  • Subuhi (Indian) - A cold morning breeze
  • Sucharita (Indian) - Of good character
  • Sucheta (Indian) - one with good mind
  • Suchhaya (Indian) - A woman of great shine
  • Suchira (Indian) - Tasteful
  • Suchita (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Suchitra (Indian) - Beautiful picture
  • Sudakshima (Indian) - Wife of king dilip
  • Sudakshina (Indian) - A woman who is the wife of the most noble king
  • Sudarshana (Indian) - Handsome
  • Sudarshini (Indian) - The most beautiful of women
  • Sudeepa (Indian) - Bright
  • Sudevi (Indian) - Wife of krishna
  • Sudha (Indian) - Nectar, amrit, earth, daughter
  • Sudhira (Indian) - A courageous and calm woman
  • Sudiksha (Indian) - Goddess lakshmi
  • Sudipta (Indian) - Bright
  • Sudipti (Indian) - Dazzling bright
  • Suditi (Indian) - Bright, shining
  • Sue (Hebrew) - Lily [English speaking countries]
  • Sueko (Japanese) - She who is the youngest child in the family
  • Sueta (Russian) - She who brings light to the world
  • Suewinda (United States) - A modern American name that is made up and holds no specific meaning
  • Sugandha (Indian) - Fragrany, yellow juhi
  • Sugar Pie (English)
  • Sugauri (Indian) - Anothe name of the Goddess Parvati
  • Sugita (Indian) - Beautifully sung
  • Suhana (Indian) - A woman of charming personality
  • Suhani (Indian) - One who is of pleasant nature
  • Suhashini (Indian) - A woman who always has a smile on her face
  • Suhasini (Indian) - One with beautiful laughter or smile
  • Suhina (Indian) - Beautiful
  • Suhrita (Indian) - Well-disposed
  • Suja (Indian) - A well-born girl
  • Sujala (Indian) - Affectionate
  • Sujata (Indian) - Of good caste, beauty
  • Sujatha (Indian) - One who belongs to a good caste
  • Sujaya (Indian) - Victory
  • Sujetu (Indian) - She who is o noble birth
  • Sukanya (Indian) - Beautiful damsel
  • Sukeshi (Indian) - One with beautiful hair
  • Sukhi (Indian) - A very happy person
  • Sukhmani (Indian) - She who is a peace bringer
  • Sukhrajpreet (Indian) - She who is the Queen of love and peace
  • Suki (Japanese) - A beloved woman
  • Sukriti (Indian) - Good deed
  • Suksha (Indian) - A girl with enchanting, beautiful eyes
  • Suksma (Indian) - Fine
  • Sukushi (Indian) - A woman with gorgeous eyes
  • Sulaksha (Indian) - A very lucky one
  • Sulakshana (Indian) - One with good signs
  • Sulakshmi (Indian) - Goddess Laxmi's name
  • Sulbha (Indian) - A natural, easy-going and lovable person
  • Sulekha (Indian) - A good handwriting
  • Sulochana (Indian) - One with beautiful eyes
  • Suma (United States) - Born in the summertime
  • Sumana (Indian) - A good-natured woman
  • Sumangala (Indian) - The one who makes everything good. Also the name of Rishabhdev's wife.
  • Sumangli (Indian) - A very and truely auspicious woman
  • Sumati (Indian) - Good minded
  • Sumavali (Indian) - One who is like a garland
  • Sumedha (Indian) - She is a very smart and wise woman
  • Sumernor (Indian) - Summoner
  • Sumi (Indian) - One who is elegant and refind sumie
  • Sumiko (Japanese) - She is a beautiful child of goodness
  • Sumire (Japanese) - A lovely violet
  • Sumita (Indian) - Good friend
  • Sumitra (Indian) - Good Friend; Great friend; One who is a good well wisher
  • Summah (Indian) - She who looks and smells like a beautiful flower
  • Summer (English) - Summer [English speaking countries]

    This season name was recently used for the name of a character on the TV series 'The OC'.