Baby Names starting with S for boys



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Saad, means "happiness". Usage is irregular as a name for children. Saad is found more conventionally as a surname. See also Syd.

Saahdia, var. Seadya, Saadya, means "the Lord's help". Uncommon as a birth name for boys.

Saarik, var. Sariq, Sareeq, Sareek, Saariq. Saarik is a scarcely used masculine name.

Saber, var. Sabr, Sabre, means "sword". Saber is irregularly used as a male name, and it appears commonly (Top 31%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Speer.

Sabino, var. Savin, Sabin, Savino, Sabeeno, means "Sabine". Sabino is a scarcely used men's name, and it appears often (Top 44%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Sable. Name used for both sexes. Distinctive as a given name, Sable is found more conventionally as a last name.

Sacha, var. Sasha, Sascha, means "man's defender". Unisex name. Sacha is a scarce male name.

Sachar, var. Sacar. Unusual as a given name for baby boys, Sachar is used more commonly as a last name. See also Sacha.

Sacheverell, var. Sachie, means "roebuck leap". Sacheverell is uncommon as a male name.

Sachiel, var. Sachiell. Sachiel is an unusual masculine name. See also Sachie.

Sachio, means "fortunately born". An uncommon given name for boys. See also Sachie.

Sackville, means "Saxon's town". Uncommon as a given name for boys.

Sadiki, var. Sadeeki, means "faithful, loyal". Unusual as a given name for baby boys.

Sadler, var. Saddler, means "harness maker". Unusual as a name for babies, occurring more frequently as a last name.

Safford, means "willow river crossing". Atypical as a given name for boys, Safford is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Sanford.

Saffron, var. Saphron, Saffren, Saffran. Also used as a girls' name. Saffron is an uncommonly used male name.

Sagan. Uncommon as a name for newborns, Sagan is found more frequently as a surname. See also Saxen.

Sage, var. Sayge, Saige, means "healing herb". Well-received as a name for baby boys (#654 the past year), Sage is also used often as a last name. Both a masculine and a feminine name.

Sagiv, var. Segev, means "great, sublime, mighty". Unusual as a birth name for boys.

Saguaro, var. Seguaro. Distinctive as a name for babies.

Sahil, var. Sahel, means "leader". Sahil is rarely occurring as a male name. See also Shilo.

Said, var. Saeed, means "happy". Said is an uncommonly used men's name, occurring often (Top 12%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Syd.

Sail. Distinctive as a boys' name. See also Sol.

Sainsbury, var. Sainsberry, means "saint's settlement". Sainsbury is scarcely used as a masculine name.

Saint, means "holy". Infrequently used as a birth name, occurring more conventionally as a surname. See also Sante.

Sajan, means "loved one". An unusual birth name for boys. See also Saxen.

Saladin, means "righteousness of the religion". Atypical as a name for boys, Saladin exists more often as a last name.

Salem, means "peace". Unusual as a name for babies, Salem is found more frequently as a last name. See also Selim.

Salim, var. Selim, Salem, Saleem, means "peaceful". Salim is unusual as a men's name, and it appears regularly (Top 24%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Shalom.

Salisbury, var. Salisbery, Saulsbury, Saulsbery, Saulisbury, Saulsberry, Salisberry. Salisbury is rarely used as a masculine name, occurring commonly (Top 3%) as a last name according to the US Census.

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