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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Sutter

Unknown

Unknown

Suvan

The sun

Indian (Sanskrit)

Swann

Swan or form of Swain

English

Swift

Swift

Anglo-Saxon

Swintun

From the swine farm

English

Sy

Contraction of St. Denys

French

Syaoran

Little Wolf

Chinese

Sydnee

Contraction of St. Denys

French

Syler

Combination Name

American

Symington

From Simon's estate

English

Symontun

From Simon's estate

English

Synn

Sin

Anglo-Saxon

Syshe

Street

Hebrew

starlin

Beautiful Star

American

Sabas

“A man of serenity,” based on the Hebrew shovos, to rest.

Hebrew

Seadun

“From the sea dunes,” based on the Dutch zee (sea) and duin (a dune).

Dutch

Seba

A diminutive form of Sebastian.

Sebastes

A variant form of Sebastian.

Serle

A variant form of Searle.

Shabes

A variant form of Sabas.

Sinatra

“The cheerful one,” from the Latin sine (without) and atra (black), i.e., figuratively, not in black, not in mourning.

Latin

Stace

A diminutive form of Anastasius.

Standrews

Originally St.

Stillwell

A variant spelling of Stilwell.

Sturgis

“A loving father,” based on the Greek storge, parental affection.

Greek

Sarai
Siah
Sir

Respectful term used for addressing a male

English

Stannis

Created name

American

Selaphiel

Prayers to God

Hebrew

Suriel

God's prince

Hebrew

Sekani

Joy

African

Saabir
Saafir
Saahil
Saahir
Saam
Saamir
Saathvik
Saatvik
Saba
Sabatino
Sabbir
Sabian
Sabree
Sabrina
Sadam
Sadamu
Sadao
Sade