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Boy Names Starting with Sc-
Sc- baby names and what they mean, with 16 results. Sc- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity 6 decades ago (adoption of 1.45%) and have become significantly less widespread since (adoption 0.03%, ▼97.6%), with names such as Scot becoming somewhat dated. Schafer (top 1%) and Scala (6%) are familiar Sc- last names.
Scanlon - ScullyScanlon, var. Scanlan, Scanlen
Based on Irish, Gaelic element. "Little trapper." Common as surnames. Compare Scanlon (upper 2%) with common surnames Scharon (upper 98%), Staton (2%), which also end with -on.Schaeffer, var. Schaffer
Derived fr. German language. "Steward." Schaeffer and Schaffer are unusual first names.Scherman, Schermann
Forms of Sherman. Derivative of Old English. "Shear man." Schuermann (upper 23%), Scheumann (35%) are familiar surnames.Schneider
Var. of Snyder. Origin fr. Old German word. "Tailor." Schneider was not a Top birth name in 2015.Schubert
Origin fr. German element. "Shoe-maker." Schubert is rare as a birth name.Schultz
Origin fr. German language. "Village magistrate." Schulton and Sheltz are creative forms.Schura
Var. of Shura. Derivative of Russian, Greek words. "Man's defender." Rather unusual as a boys' name.Schuyler1, var. Schuylar, Schylar, Schyler1
Derived fr. Danish. "Scholar, protection." Usage of Schuyler and forms was higher in 1995. Schuyler2, Schyler2
Forms of Skyler. Derivative of Danish word. "Fugitive; giving shelter." Adoption of Schuyler and variants was at a high in 1995. Scipio
Scipio is not in the Top 2000.
Root fr. Italian, Arabic languages. "Warm wind." Not Top 2000 name. Cross-gender use.Scorpio
From Latin word. "Scorpion." Not in Top 2000.Scott▼, var. Scot▼, Scottie▼, Scotto, Scotty▼
From Old English word. "From Scotland, a Scotsman." Usage of Scott and variants as children's names in 2015 was down 52.8% compared to 2005.Scout
From Old French element. "To listen." Scout was not a Top birth name in 2015. Cross-gender use.Scribner
Stems fr. Old English language. "Scribe, copier." Scribner is scarcely used as a given name, appearing often (upper 3%) as a surname.Scully
Var. of Skelly. Derivative of Irish, Gaelic element. "Bard." A rare birth name, Scully is used more often as a last name. See also Shelly.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Sc- names for boys.1. Scanlon - Scully
Scanlon [Scanlan, Scanlen], Schaeffer [Schaffer], Sherman [Scherman, Schermann], Snyder [Schneider], Schubert, Schultz, Shura [Schura], Schuyler [Schyler, Schylar, Schuylar], Skyler [Schyler, Schuyler], Scipio, Scirocco, Scorpio, Scott▼ [Scot▼, Scotto, Scotty▼, Scottie▼], Scout, Scribner, Skelly [Scully]