Names starting with Sh- for boys

"SH" names beginning or starting with Sh- for males. Names that start with Sh- are used more often as feminine names. Click here for the list of names containing the element "sh", and here for the list of Sh- names for girls. Adoption of these boy names reached its apex during 1970-1979 (usage of 0.0369%) and is almost as widespread today (usage 0.0096%, down 73.9%), but with names like Shaun, Shelton, Sherman, Sherwood and Sheldon falling out of fashion. Shane (#277) and Shawn (#323) are two of the more fashionable birth names among these.


Cheyenne - Selby

Page 1/5 of 77 Sh- grouped names.

[Shayan, Shayanne, .. 2 more] Forms of Cheyenne 1 Derived fr. Native American Indian. "Unintelligible speakers." Unique. Shayan, like Adreeyan, Bryan, ends with the popular masculine-sounding -yan.

[Shamus, .. 52 more] Var. of Jacob 2 From Hebrew. "He who supplants." Rather quaint as a children's name, Shamus is used more often as a surname. ..

[Shane, Shaughn, Shaun, Shawn, .. 81 more] Forms of John 3 Origin fr. Hebrew. "God is gracious." Shaughn is novel as a boys' name among the variant forms of John. ..

[Shem, .. 5 more] Form of Samson 4 Origin fr. Hebrew. "Sun." Uncommon. Shem (cf. Addem, Adem) ends with the common masculine -em. See also Shea.

[Shem, .. 6 more] Var. of Samuel 5 Source fr. Hebrew element. "God heard." Shem was not among 2014's Top names. See also Sim.

[Shaul, .. 3 more] Form of Saul 6 From Hebrew element. "Prayed for." Unusual. Shaul (cf. Jamaul, Saul) uses the uncommon masculine-sounding -aul suffix. See also Seal.

[Shubert] Form of Schubert 7 Derived fr. German word. "Shoe-maker." Shubert (top 5%), like Hulbert (top 4%), Gumbert (24%), is a popular -bert suffix last name. See also Seabert.

[Shamus, .. 2 more] Form of Seamus 8 Stems fr. Irish, Hebrew elements. "He who supplants." Not in Top 1000. ..

[Shane, Shaughn, Shaun, Shawn, .. 3 more] Var. of Sean 9 Origin fr. Irish, Hebrew languages. "God is gracious." Shane, Shaun and Shawn are more familiar as children's names among the variant forms of Sean. ..

[Shelbey, Shelbie, Shelby, .. 1 more] Var. of Selby 10 Origin fr. Old English element. "Manor village." Rare. Shelbey, like Cobey, Thobey, ends with the popular masculine -bey. ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Sh- names: Shane, Shaun, Shawn, Shelby

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Quick Index

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

Cheyenne - Selby
Cheyenne [Shayan, Shayanne], Jacob [Shamus], John [Shaun, Shawn, ..], Samson [Shem], Samuel [Shem], Saul [Shaul], Schubert [Shubert], Seamus [Shamus], Sean [Shaun, Shawn, ..], Selby [Shelby, Shelbie]

Seldon - Shandy
Seldon [Shelden], Shaan, Shabat [Shabbat], Shachar, Shad [Shadoe, Shadow], Shadi [Shade, Shaday], Shadrach [Shadrack, Shadrick], Shafiq [Shafik, Shafeek], Shafir [Shafar, Shefer], Shahzad, Shai, Shaka, Shakil [Shaquil, Shaquille, ..], Shakir [Shakeer, Shaqueer], Shalom [Sholom], Shamir [Shameer], Shamus, Shan [Shann, Shandon], Shanahan, Shandy [Shandey]

Shane - Shelley
Shane [Shayn, Shayne], Shani, Shanley [Shannley], Shannon [Shanon, Shannen, ..], Shaquille [Shaquil, Shaquile, ..], Sharif [Sherif, Shereef], Shashi, Shasta, Shavon [Shovon, Shivaun], Shaw, Shawn [Shonn, Shawnn, ..], Shawnee [Shawney, Shawnie], Shayan, Shea [Shays, Shaylon, ..], Seaghdha [Shea], Sheehan, Sheffield, Shelby [Shelbey, Shelbie], Sheldon [Shelden, Sheldin], Shelley [Shelly]

Shelton - Shomer
Shelton, Shem, Shenandoah, Shepherd [Sheppard, Shepperd, ..], Shepley [Shepply, Shipley, ..], Sherborn [Sherburn, Sherburne, ..], Sheridan [Sheridon, Sherridan], Sherill [Sherrill], Sherlock [Shurlock, Sherlocke], Sherman [Shermon, Shermann], Sherrerd [Sherrod, Sherrard], Sherwin [Sherwyn, Sherwynne, ..], Sherwood [Shurwood, Sherwoode], Shia, Shiloh [Shylo, Shyloh], Shipton, Shiva, Shlomo [Shlomi, Shelomo], Shoda, Shomer

Shoshone - Solomon
Shoshone [Shoshoni], Shoval, Shura [Shoura], Simeon [Shimon], Simon [Shimon], Shiriki, Solomon [Shalmon]

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