Baby Names starting with S for girls



Baby Names from A to Z

Saba, var. Sabah, Sheba, Shebah, means "from Sheba; morning". Seldom used as a name for babies, occurring more often as a last name. The form Sheba is generally used as a variation of Saba.

Sabetha. Sabetha is irregularly used as a feminine name.

Sable, means "black". A unique birth name for females, Sable occurs more commonly as a surname. Unisex name.

Sabra, var. Sebra, Sabrah, Sabrette. A somewhat uncommon name for girls nowadays, but existing commonly as a first name among women in the community according to the US Census. See also Saba.

Sachi, var. Sachiko, means "child of joy". Sachi is irregularly used as a feminine name. See also Sacha.

Sade, var. Sada, Sadia, Sadina, means "honor confers a crown". Moderately infrequent as a name for babies, occurring somewhat often as a last name. The form Sada is generally used as a variation of Sade.

Sadira, means "lotus tree". Seldom used as a baby name. See also Safira.

Sagara, means "the sea". Scarce as a name for girls. See also Sakura.

Sage, var. Sayge, Saige, means "wise, healthy". The variant form Saige has increased in popularity over time since 1880-1889. A name suited for both women and men. The form Saige is commonplace as a variation of Sage.

Sahara, var. Sahra, Saharra, Saharah, means "desert". Sahara is sparsely used as a given name, appearing often (Top 56%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Shara.

Saida, var. Sayda, means "huntress; fortunate". A unique given name for baby girls. See also Saira.

Saisha, var. Saesha, means "meaningful life; truth of life". Saisha is sparsely used as a given name. See also Sasa.

Sakura, means "cherry blossom". Seldom used as a given name. See also Shakira.

Salamanca. A unique birth name for girls which occurs more conventionally as a surname.

Salamasina. Scarcely used as a given name for girls.

Salena, var. Selena, Salina, Saleena. The variant form Selena has risen in popularity over time. The form Salina is commonplace as a variation of Salena.

Salimah, var. Selima, Salima, means "safe". Salimah is a sparsely used feminine name. See also Selimah.

Salvadora, means "savior". A unique birth name for females.

Salvia, var. Salvina, Sallvia, means "whole, healthy". Salvia is sparsely used as a given name, appearing often (Top 25%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Sylva.

Samala, var. Samale, Sammala, means "requested of God". Seldom used as a given name. See also Pamala.

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