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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Sa'diah Muslim Luck. Good fortune.. F
2 Sa'diyya Muslim Variant of Sa'diah: Luck. Good fortune.. F

3 Sa'eeda Muslim Variant of Sa'ida: Happy. Lucky.. F
4 Sa'ida Muslim Happy. Lucky.. F
5 Saabira Muslim Variant of Sabirah: Patient. Enduring.. F
6 Saadiqa Muslim Variant of Sadiqa: Truthful. Sincere.. F
7 Saaim Muslim Variant of Sayyam: Fasting.. F
8 Saaleha Muslim Variant of Salihah: Good. Useful. Correct. Agreeable. Pious.. F
9 Saaraa Muslim Variant of Sara: Pure. Happy.. F
10 Saba Greek From Sheba. F
11 Saba Muslim Eastern wind.. F
12 Sabaa Muslim Variant of Saba: Eastern wind.. F
13 Sabah Egyptian Born in the morning. F

14 Sabana Spanish From the open plain. F
15 Sabeans Biblical Captivity, conversion, old age. F
16 Sabeeha Muslim Variant of Sabiha: Forenoon. Beautiful.. F
17 Sabiha Muslim Forenoon. Beautiful.. F
18 Sabina Latin A Sabine. From an ancient Roman tribe name, Sabinus. F
19 Sabina Russian A Sabine. F
20 Sabina Spanish A Sabine. F
21 Sabine Latin A Sabine. From an ancient Roman tribe name, Sabinus. F
22 Sabirah Arabic Of great patience. F
23 Sabirah Muslim Patient. Enduring.. F
24 Sabra Hebrew To rest. F
25 Sabria Latin From Cyprus. F
26 Sabrina English Legendary princess. F
27 Sabrina Italian From the border. F
28 Sabrina Latin From Cyprus, or from the river Severn. In British legend, Sabrina was the illegitimate daughter of the King of Britain and was drowned in the river by her father's ex-wife. F
29 Sabtechah Biblical That surrounds, that causes wounding. F
30 Sacha Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
31 Sacha Russian Russian feminine variant of Alexander: Defender of men. F
32 Sachenka Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
33 Sachka Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
34 Sadbh Irish Good. F
35 Sadducees Biblical Followers of Sadoc, or Zadok. F
36 Sadhbba Irish Wise. F
37 Sadhbh Irish Wise. F
38 Sadie English Diminutive of Sarah: princess; or Mercedes: mercy. F
39 Sadie Hebrew Diminutive of Sarah: Princess. F
40 Sadie Spanish Diminutive of Mercedes: Mercy. Derived from one of the Spanish titles for the Virgin Mary (Maria de las Mercedes). F
41 Sadiqa Muslim Truthful. Sincere.. F
42 Sadira Arabic Ostrich running from water. F
43 Sadira Persian Dreamy. F
44 Saeth Welsh Arrow. F
45 Saeunn Norse Mother of Bergthora. F
46 Safa Arabic Innocent. F
47 Safa Muslim Clarity. Purity. Serenity.. F
48 Saffi Danish Wise. F
49 Saffi Greek Wise. F
50 Saffir Welsh Sapphire. F
51 Saffron English Both a type of crocus and the expensive orange spice made from the stamen of this flower. F
52 Safia Muslim Lion's share. Pure. Best friend. Untroubled.. F
53 Safiwah Arabic Tranquil. F
54 Safiya Egyptian Pure. F
55 Safiyah Muslim Variant of Safia: Lion's share. Pure. Best friend. Untroubled.. F
56 Safiyyah Muslim Variant of Safia: Lion's share. Pure. Best friend. Untroubled.. F
57 Saga Norse Drank with Odin in her hall. F
58 Sage Latin Wise. F
59 Sagheera Muslim Variant of Saqhira: Small. Minor.. F
60 Sagira Egyptian Little one. F
61 Sagirah Arabic Little one. F
62 Sahar Arabic Awakening. F
63 Sahar Muslim Dawn. Enchantment. Fascination.. F
64 Saidah Arabic Fortunate. F
65 Saidah Muslim Variant of Sa'ida: Happy,.lucky, fortunate.. F
66 Sakari Indian Sweet. F
67 Sakeena Muslim Variant of Sakinah: Tranquility. Devout. God-inspired peace of mind.. F
68 Sakhmet Egyptian Mythical goddess worshipped in Memphis; lioness. F
69 Sakina Muslim Variant of Sakinah: Tranquility. Devout. God-inspired peace of mind.. F
70 Sakinah Muslim Tranquility. Devout. God-inspired peace of mind.. F
71 Sakra Indian From India. F
72 Sakujna Indian Bird. F
73 Sal English Diminutive of Sally (from Sarah: princess). F
74 Sal Hebrew Diminutive of Sarah: Princess. F
75 Salacia Latin Wife of Neptune. F
76 Salali NativeAmerican Squirrel (Cherokee). F
77 Salamis Biblical Shaken, test, beaten. F
78 Salbatora Spanish Savior. F
79 Salcah Biblical Thy basket, thy lifting up. F
80 Saleema Muslim Variant of Salima: Safe. Mild.. F
81 Saleen Latin From a salty place. F
82 Salem Biblical Complete or perfect peace. F
83 Salena English Variant of Sally (from Sarah: princess). F
84 Salena Greek Variant of Selina: Moon goddess. F
85 Salena Latin From a salty place. F
86 Salihah Egyptian Agreeable. F
87 Salihah Muslim Variant of Salihah: Good. Useful. Correct. Agreeable. Pious.. F
88 Salim Biblical Foxes, fists, path. F
89 Salima Muslim Safe. Mild.. F
90 Salimah Muslim Peace. Flawless. Faultless. Safe. Healthy.. F
91 Salina English Variant of Sally (from Sarah: princess). F
92 Salina Greek Variant of Selina: Moon goddess. F
93 Salina Latin From a salty place. F
94 Saline Latin From a salty place. F
95 Salisbury M Shakespearean 'King Henry V' Earl of Salisbury. F
96 Sallie Hebrew Princess. F
97 Sally English Diminutive of Sarah: princess. Sally is now considered a name in its own right. F
98 Sally Hebrew Diminutive of Sarah: Princess. F
99 Salma Muslim Peaceful. Pacifist.. F
100 Saloma Hebrew Tranquil. F
101 Salome Biblical Peaceable; perfect; she that rewards F
102 Salome Hebrew Peace. Tranquil. In the Bible, Salome was the granddaughter of Herod the Great who asked for the head of John the Baptist in return for dancing for her stepfather on his birthday. F
103 Salomeaexl Hebrew Tranquil. F
104 Salva Latin Wise. F
105 Salvadora Spanish Savior. F
106 Salvatora Spanish Savior. F
107 Salvia Latin Wise. F
108 Salvina Latin Wise. F
109 Salvinia Latin Wise. F
110 Salwa Muslim Quail. Solace. Consolation.. F
111 Sam Hebrew Diminutive of Samantha: Listen; name of God. F
112 Samah Muslim Generosity.. F
113 Samantha Aramaic Listener. F
114 Samantha Hebrew Listen; name of God. F
115 Samar Arabic Conversations at night. F
116 Samar Muslim Evening conversation.. F
117 Samara Hebrew Protected by God. F
118 Samaria Biblical Watch-mountain. F
119 Sameena Muslim Variant of Samina: Fatty. Plump.. F
120 Sameere Muslim Variant of Samirah: Jovial. Companion.. F
121 Sameh Arabic Forgiver. F
122 Sameh Muslim Forgiver.. F
123 Samia Latin Wife of Ancaeus. F
124 Samihah Muslim Generous.. F
125 Samina Muslim Fatty. Plump.. F
126 Samirah Arabic Woman who entertains. F
127 Samirah Muslim Jovial. Companion.. F
128 Samiyah Muslim Elevated. Exalted. Lofty.. F
129 Sammy Hebrew Diminutive of Samantha: Listen; name of God. F
130 Samos Biblical Full of gravel. F
131 Samothracia Biblical An island possessed by the Samians and Thracians. F
132 Samuela Hebrew Asked of God. F
133 Samvarta Indian A mythical mare. F
134 Sana' Muslim Resplendence. Brilliance. To gaze. Look.. F
135 Sanballat Biblical Bramble-bush, enemy in secret. F
136 Sancha Spanish Holy. F
137 Sanchia Spanish Holy. F
138 Sancia Italian Holy. F
139 Sancia Latin Sacred. F
140 Sancia Spanish Holy. F
141 Sancta Latin Sacred. F
142 Sandhya Hindi Twilight. F
143 Sandhya Indian Twilight. F
144 Sandra English Unheeded prophetess. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded. Also used as an independent name. Also a feminine of Alexander (defender of man). F
145 Sandra Greek Variant of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
146 Sandrine Greek Protector of man. F
147 Sandy Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
148 Sangrida Norse A Valkyrie. F
149 Sanhedrin Biblical Sitting together. F
150 Sanjna Indian Conscientious. F
151 Sanobar Muslim Pine tree. Fir.. F
152 Sansannah Biblical Bough or bramble of the enemy. F
153 Sanura African Kitten (Swahili). F
154 Sanura Egyptian Kitten. F
155 Sany Indian Born on Sunday. F
156 Saphir Biblical Delightful. F
157 Sapphira Biblical That relates or tells. F
158 Sapphira Greek Jewel. F
159 Sapphira Hebrew Variant of Sapphire: Sapphire (gem); beautiful. F
160 Sapphire Greek Jewel. F
161 Sapphire Hebrew Sapphire (gem); beautiful. F
162 Saqhira Muslim Small. Minor.. F
163 Sara Arabic Arabic form of Sarah. F
164 Sara Hebrew Variant of Sarah: Princess. F
165 Sara Indian Soul. F
166 Sara Muslim Pure. Happy.. F
167 Sara Spanish Princess. F
168 Sarah Biblical Lady; princess; princess of the multitude F
169 Sarah Hebrew Princess. In the Bible, Sarah was the wife of Abraham and mother of Isaac. Her name was originally Sarai (quarrelsome), but God commanded that her name be changed to Sarah before the birth of her son. F
170 Sarah Muslim Variant of Sara: Pure. Happy.. F
171 Sarai Biblical My lady; my princess F
172 Sarai Hebrew Argumentative. F
173 Saraid Irish Excellent. F
174 Sarama Indian Quick. F
175 Saranna English Compound of Sarah: princess; and Anne: favour or grace. F
176 Sardites Biblical Removing a dissension. F
177 Sarepta Biblical A goldsmith's shop. F
178 Sarff Welsh Snake. F
179 Sarika Hungarian Princess. F
180 Sarina Hebrew Variant of Sarah: Princess. F
181 Sarisha Hindi Sophisticated. F
182 Sarita Hebrew Spanish variant of Sarah: Princess. F
183 Sarita Spanish Princess. F
184 Sarohildi German Armored battle maiden. F
185 Saron Biblical His plain; his song F
186 Sarsoureh Arabic Bug. F
187 Saruch Biblical Branch, layer, lining. F
188 Sasa Hungarian Princess. F
189 Sascha Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. F
190 Sasha English Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
191 Sasha Greek Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
192 Sasha Russian Defender of man. F
193 Sashenka Russian Defender of man. F
194 Sati Indian True. F
195 Saturnina Spanish Gift of Saturn. F
196 Satyavati Indian True. F
197 Saudaa Muslim Variant of Soudah: Proper name. Black.. F
198 Saura Indian Of the Saura. F
199 Savanna Spanish From the open plain. F
200 Savannah Spanish From the open plain. F