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"SE" baby names beginning or starting with Se-.

These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in the year 2003 (usage of 0.026%) and have remained as common to this day (usage 0.023%, 13.7%), but with names such as Seymour becoming somewhat outmoded. Sebastian (#34), Sergio (#307), Sean (#193) and Seth (#250) are four of the more fashionable baby names among these, and there is also a revival in baby name usage for Sebastian and Seth. Sell (top 2%) and Seitz (2%) are common Se- last names.

Here is the list of Se- names for girls.

pinAnselm - Seaman

Page 1/4 of 64 Se- grouped names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Se- names: Seamus, Sean, Sedrick

[Selmo, .. 7 more] Form of Anselm 1 Derivative of Old German language. "God's helmet." Unconventional. Compare Selmo with popular last name Selmi (upper 85%), which also begins with Se-. See also Shelomo. ..

[Seasar, Sezar, .. 7 more] Forms of Caesar 2 Derivative of Latin. "Head of hair." Outside Top 1000. ..

[Sedric, Sedrick, Sedrik, .. 8 more] Forms of Cedric 3 Source fr. Old English element. "Kind and loved." Sedric, Sedrick and Sedrik are seldom found as masculine names, and Sedrick is found regularly (upper 81%) as a surname. ..

[Selestine, Selestino, .. 4 more] Forms of Celesto 4 Origin fr. Latin language. "Heavenly." Not in Top 1000. ..

[Seoirse, Seoras, .. 53 more] Forms of George 5 Stems fr. Greek word. "Farmer." Not in popularity charts. ..

[Seamus, .. 60 more] Form of Jacob 6 Origin fr. Hebrew. "He who supplants." Seamus was favored as a baby name 11 and is less common today. See also Seumus. ..

[Seamus, .. 27 more] Var. of James 7 From Hebrew element. "He who supplants." Adoption of Seamus escalated in 2003 and is less today. See also Semmes. ..

[Sean, Seann, .. 83 more] Forms of John 8 Root fr. Hebrew. "God is gracious." Ranked in Top 1000. ..

[Sepp, Seppi, .. 41 more] Var. of Joseph 9 From Hebrew element. "Jehovah increases." Sepp and Seppi are rare as children's names. ..

[Seadya, .. 1 more] Var. of Saahdia 10 Derived fr. Aramaic word. "The Lord's help." Sedya, Sepdya and Sodya are kreatif forms.

[Segev] Form of Sagiv 11 Stems fr. Hebrew. "Great, sublime, mighty." Not in Top 1000. See also Seger.

[Seguaro] Var. of Saguaro 12 .. Saguaro National Monument is a wild .. Outside Top 1000.

[Selim, .. 2 more] Form of Salim 13 From Arabic word. "Peaceful." Not Top 1000 name. See also Felim.

[Sender, .. 5 more] Var. of Sander 14 Root fr. German, Greek languages. "Man's defender." Sender is not a Top 1000 name. ..

[Sergeant, Sergent, Serjeant, .. 1 more] Forms of Sargent 15 From Old French word. "Officer." Sergeant (upper 13%) and Sergent (7%) appear often as surnames.

Seabert [Seabright, Sebert, Seibert] 16 Source fr. Old English. "Shining sea." Not Top 1000 names.

Seabrook [Seabrooke] 17 From Old English. "Stream near the sea." Not Top 1000 names.

Seabury 18 Source fr. Old English word. "Settlement near the sea." Seabury is unique as a given name, existing regularly (top 19%) as a surname.

Seal 19 Animal name .. Outside Top 1000. See also Sill.

Seaman 20 From Old English. "Mariner." Not Top 1000 name. See also Shanan.

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Se- names for boys.

Anselm - Seaman
Anselm [Selmo], Caesar [Sezar, Seasar], Cedric [Sedrik, Sedric, Sedrick], Celesto [Selestine, Selestino], George [Seoras, Seoirse], Jacob [Seamus], James [Seamus], John [Sean, Seann], Joseph [Sepp, Seppi], Saahdia [Seadya], Sagiv [Segev], Saguaro [Seguaro], Salim [Selim], Sander [Sender], Sargent [Sergent, Sergeant, Serjeant], Seabert [Sebert, Seibert, Seabright], Seabrook [Seabrooke], Seabury, Seal, Seaman

Seamus - Sellers
Seamus [Seumas, Seumus], Sean [Seanmark, Seancarlo, Seanpatrick], Searle, Seaton [Seton, Seeton], Sebastian [Sebo, Sebastien, Sebestyen, Sebastiano], Secondo [Segundo], Sedgley [Sedgely, Sedgeley], Sedgwick [Sedgwyck, Sedgewick, Sedgewyck], Seeley [Seely, Sealey, Seelye], Seferino [Sebarino, Sephirio], Sefton, Seger [Segar, Seager, Seeger], Segundo [Secondo], Seiji, Sela [Selah], Selby [Selbey], Seldon [Selden, Sellden], Selig [Seligman, Seligmann], Selkirk, Sellers [Sellars]

Selwyn - Seymour
Selwyn [Selwin, Selwinn, Selwynn, Selwynne], Seminole, Seneca, Senior, Sennett [Sennet], Septimus, Sequoia [Sequoya, Sequoyah], Seraphim [Seraph, Serafin, Serafino, Seraphimus], Sereno, Sergio [Serjio, Sergius, Serguei, Sergiusz, ..], Servas [Servaas, Servacio, Servatus], Seth, Seton, Severin [Severo, Sevrin, Seweryn, Severinus], Severn [Severne], Seward [Sewerd], Sewell [Sewald, Sewall], Sexton, Sextus [Sesto], Seymour [Seamor, Seamore, Seamour, Seymore]

Seaghdha - Zelig
Seaghdha, Sigmund [Seigmond, Segismond], Simmons [Semmes], Zelig [Selig]