Names starting with Si- for boys

Si- names beginning or starting with Si- for men. Names that start with Si- are used more often as feminine names. Here is the list of Si- names for girls. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity during 1880-1889 and are almost as popular today, but with names like Sidney, Simeon, Sim, Sigmund and Sid becoming somewhat outmoded. Silas (#137) and Simon (#231) are two of the more fashionable names for newborns in this compilation, and there is also a rekindling in birth name usage for both names.

Alexander - Zion

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[Sikander, .. 69 more] Var. of Alexander 1 Stems fr. Greek word. "Man's defender, warrior." A unique given name which exists more conventionally as a surname. ..

[Silestino, .. 5 more] Var. of Celesto 2 Derived fr. Latin element. "Heavenly." The variant form Silestino is unusual as a masculine name. ..

[Simarron, Simeron, .. 1 more] Var. of Cimarron 3 Place name .. The forms Simarron and Simeron are atypical as given names.

[Siprian, Siprien, Sipryan, .. 3 more] Var. of Cipriano 4 Derivative of Spanish, Greek words. "From Cyprus." The forms Siprian, Siprien and Sipryan are scarcely used as men's names.

[Sirocco, .. 1 more] Var. of Scirocco 5 Root fr. Italian, Arabic elements. "Warm wind." Also used as a girls' name. The form Sirocco is an unusual masculine name.

[Sirgio, Sirgios, .. 13 more] Var. of Sergio 6 Derivative of Latin word. "Servant, attendant." The variant forms Sirgio and Sirgios are unconventional as male names. ..

[Siward, .. 1 more] Var. of Seward 7 Root fr. Old English element. "Sea guardian; victory guardian." The form Siward is an intermittently used given name. ..

[Sixto, Sixtus, .. 1 more] Var. of Sextus 8 Derivative of Latin word. "Sixth." The forms Sixto and Sixtus are uncommonly used first names. ..

Sicily [Sicilly] 9 Place name .. The forms Sicilly and Sicily are uncommonly used given names.

Sidney [Sid, .. 2 more] 10 Derivative of Old English. "Wide meadow." The variations Sid (Top 98%) and Sidney (22%) are commonplace masculine names, and Sidney appears often (Top 12%) as a surname according to the US Census. ..

Sidonio 11 Stems fr. Latin word. "From Sidonia." Rarely used as a baby name. ..

Siegfried [Sigfred, Sigfrid, Sigfried, Sigfryd, Sigvard, .. 1 more] 12 Derived fr. Old German language. "Peace of victory." These names are seldom found as given names, and Siegfried occurs often (Top 10%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Sigbjorn [Siegbjorn] 13 Root fr. Old Norse language. "Victory bear." The forms Siegbjorn and Sigbjorn are scantly used first names.

Sigmund [Siegmund, Sigismond, Sigismondo, Sigismund, Sigismundo, Sigismundus, Sigmond, .. 6 more] 14 Derived fr. Old German language. "Victorious hand or protector." These names are rarely found as given names. Siegmund (Top 25%), Sigmond (68%) and Sigmund (18%) occur regularly as surnames in the US Census.

Signe [Signy] 15 Stems fr. Scandinavian word. Part of the name is related .. The variations Signe and Signy are sparsely used first names.

Sigwald [Siegwald] 16 Derived fr. Old German element. "Victorious leader." The versions Siegwald and Sigwald are unusual as given names.

Sigurd 17 Root fr. Old Norse element. "Guardian of victory." Sigurd is a rarely used male name.

Silas [Silvan, Silvano, Silvaon, Silvanus, Silvio, .. 2 more] 18 Derived fr. Latin element. Short form of Silvanus .. The forms Silvio and Silas are more generally used as baby names among the various versions of the name.

Sill [Sills] 19 Root fr. Old English element. "Beam, threshold." The forms Sill and Sills are rare as men's names. Sill (Top 10%) and Sills (5%) occur regularly as surnames in the US Census.

Silvanus [Silvain, Silvano, Silverio, Silvino, Silvio, .. 2 more] 20 Derivative of Latin word. "Woods." These names are hardly found as masculine names. Silvano (Top 68%), Silverio (28%) and Silvio (28%) appear commonly as last names in the US Census. ..

Silver 21 Based on the word .. The variant form Silver is unique as a men's name, appearing regularly (Top 2%) as a surname in the US Census.

Silverman [Silberman, Silbermann] 22 Derived fr. Old German language. "Silver worker." The forms Silberman, Silbermann and Silverman are irregularly used men's names. Silberman (Top 13%) and Silverman (3%) appear often as surnames according to the US Census.

Silverton [Silvertown] 23 Stems fr. Old English word. "Silver town." The variations Silverton and Silvertown are scarce as first names.

Silvester [Silvestre, Silvestro, .. 1 more] 24 Derived fr. Latin element. "Of the woods." The variations Silvester, Silvestre and Silvestro are uncommon as men's names. Silvester (Top 16%), Silvestre (15%) and Silvestro (41%) occur often as surnames according to the US Census. ..

Simba 25 Stems fr. Swahili word. "Lion." Simba is an unusual male name. See also Simha.

Simcha [Simha] 26 Derivative of Hebrew word. "Joy." The forms Simcha and Simha are intermittently used men's names.

Simeon [Sima, Simyon, .. 1 more] 27 Root fr. Hebrew element. "To hear, listen." The forms Sima, Simeon and Simyon are unusual as given names. Sima (Top 28%) and Simeon (18%) occur regularly as surnames in the US Census. ..

Simmons [Sim, Simms, Simmonds, .. 3 more] 28 Derived fr. Old English element. "Son of Simon." The forms Sim and Simmons are more familiar as names for baby boys among the different forms of the name.

Simon [Si, Sim, Simen, Simeon, Simmonds, Simmons, Simms, Simone, Simonson, Simpson, .. 5 more] 29 Stems fr. Hebrew word. "To hear, listen; reputation." Simeon and Sim have decreased in favor as given names for boys over the years.

Simpson 30 Derived fr. Old English element. "Son of Simon." Simpson is a scantly used masculine name, appearing regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Sampson.

Sinbad [Sindbah] 31 Literary .. The variations Sinbad and Sindbah are rare as masculine names.

Sinclair [Sinclaire, Sinclare, .. 1 more] 32 Derivative of English word. "From Saint-Clair." The variations Sinclair, Sinclaire and Sinclare are unconventional masculine names. Sinclair (Top 1%) and Sinclaire (68%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census. ..

Sinjin 33 Root fr. Hebrew element. "God is gracious." Scarcely used as a name for babies. ..

Sion 34 Derivative of Hebrew word. Refers to the fortified hill of .. Scarcely used as a name for boys. See also Dion.

Siraj 35 Stems fr. Arabic word. "Lamp, light." Unique as a baby name.

Sirius 36 Star name .. Sirius is sparsely used as a men's name.

Sixtus 37 Root fr. Latin element. "Sixth." Scarce as a name for children. ..

Sivney [Sivneigh, Sivnie] 38 Derivative of Irish, Gaelic word. "Well-going." The variant forms Sivneigh, Sivney and Sivnie are rare male names.

[Silvester, Silvestre, .. 1 more] Var. of Sylvester 39 Stems fr. Latin word. "Of the woods." The variations Silvester and Silvestre are scantly used men's names. Silvester (Top 16%) and Silvestre (15%) appear often as surnames according to the US Census. ..

[Sion] Var. of Zion 40 Derivative of Hebrew word. "Highest point." Unique as a given name. See also Shonn.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Si- names: Sid, Sidney, Sigmund, Sigurd, Silas, Silvio, Sim, Simeon, Simon, Simpson, Sixto

Quick Index

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

[Alexander - Zion]
Alexander [Sikander], Celesto [Silestino], Cimarron [Simeron], Cipriano [Sipryan, ..], Scirocco [Sirocco], Sergio [Sirgios], Seward [Siward], Sextus [Sixtus], Sicily [Sicilly], Sidney [Sid], Sidonio, Siegfried [Sigvard, ..], Sigbjorn [Siegbjorn], Sigmund [Sigmond, ..], Signe [Signy], Sigwald [Siegwald], Sigurd, Silas [Silvio, ..], Sill [Sills], Silvanus [Silvio, ..], Silver, Silverman [Silbermann], Silverton [Silvertown], Silvester [Silvestro], Simba, Simcha [Simha], Simeon [Simyon], Simmons [Simmonds, ..], Simon [Simpson, ..], Simpson, Sinbad [Sindbah], Sinclair [Sinclare], Sinjin, Sion, Siraj, Sirius, Sixtus, Sivney [Sivnie], Sylvester [Silvestre], Zion [Sion]