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Girl Names Starting with Sin-

Sin- baby names and what they mean, with 10 results. Sin- names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity during 1880-1889. Singer (TOP 1%) and Single (24%) are conventional Sin- last names.

Sin- names

Sina - Sinty


Form of Seema. Based on Hebrew, Aramaic languages. "Treasure." Sona is also a moderately popular baby name. See also Fina.

Sine1, Sina2
Var. of Sheena. Stems fr. Irish element. .. Made popular by singer Sheena Easton. Common as surnames. Compare Sine (TOP 9%) with popular -ne surnames Soine (TOP 42%), Spane (64%).

Cindy and variants

Sindy1, Sindie, Sindi1, Sindee1
Forms of Cindy. Derivative of English, Greek elements. "From Mount Kynthos." Usage of Sindy and forms was common 58 years ago.

Cynthia and variants

Sinthia, Sinny, Sinnie1, Sinnie2, Sindya, Sindia, Sindy2, Sindi2, Sindee2
Var. of Cynthia. From Greek word. "From Mount Kynthos." Sindy (TOP 61%) and Sindi (67%) appear commonly as last names.


Var. of Jane. From Hebrew language. "God is gracious." Less used today. Sinead was last found in 1992 in the Top 2000.

Sinead and variants

Sinead2, var. Sine2, Sina3
Based on Irish, Hebrew words. "God is gracious." Adoption of Sina and forms was elevated in the 1880s.

Sinnamon, Sinemmon
Var. of Cinnamon. Derivative of Greek. .. It is the inner bark of .. Sinemmon and Sinnamon are unusual as baby names.

Form of Alexandra. Origin fr. Greek language. "Man's defender." Sinisa is not often used as a girls' name.

.. town in Portugal. Sintra is not in the Top 2000. See also Sandra.

Var. of Hyacinth. Stems fr. Greek language. "Hyacinth." Not Top 2000 name. See also Sandy.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Sin- names for girls.

1. Sina - Sinty
Seema [Sina], Sheena [Sine, Sina], Cindy [Sindy, Sindi, Sindie, Sindee], Cynthia [Sinny, Sindy, Sindi, Sinnie, Sindya, Sindia, Sinthia, ..], Jane [Sinead], Sinead [Sine, Sina], Cinnamon [Sinnamon, Sinemmon], Alexandra [Sinisa], Sintra, Hyacinth [Sinty]

Usage comparison for Sin- names