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Girl Names Starting with Sy-

Sy- baby names and what they mean, with 20 results. Sy- names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity in 2000 (USAGE OF 0.67%) and have become much less conventional since (USAGE 0.17%, DOWN 75.4%), with names like Sydnee becoming somewhat dated. Sylvie (#897) is the most trendy name for newborns in this compilation, while Syer (TOP 56%) and Sypek (46%) are conventional Sy- last names.

Sy- names

Sybel - Syvonne

Sibyl and variants

Sybille1, Sybilla1, Sybill1, Sybil1, Sybella1, Sybelle1, Sybel1
Forms of Sibyl. From Greek language. "Prophetess, oracle." Common, and Sybill is similar to popular -ill last names Skill (TOP 68%), Sthill (38%).

Sybil2, var. Sybille2, Sybilla2, Sybill2, Sybelle2, Sybel2, Sybella2
From Greek. "Prophetess, oracle." Sybil is in the Top 2000.

Sarah and variants

Sydelle1, Sydel1
Forms of Sarah. From Hebrew language. "Princess." Less used today. Sydelle was the variant last found (the 1930s) in the Top 2000.

Sadie and variants

Sydelle2, Sydella, Sydell
Var. of Sadie. Source fr. Hebrew. "Princess." Sydell and Sydelle are more popular as children's names among the variant forms of Sadie.

Sydney and variants

Sydney, var. Sydnie, Sydni, Sydnee, Sydelle3, Sydel2
Stems fr. Old English word. "Wide island." Sydney is a Top 2000 baby name.

Sydonia, Sydonah, Sydona
Forms of Sidonia. Based on Latin language. "From Sidon." Sydona, Sydonah and Sydonia are not Top 2000 names.

Sylina, Sylena1, Syleena1
Forms of Selina. Based on Greek language. "The moon." Not Top 2000 names.

Sylena2, Syleena2
Forms of Selena. Derivative of Greek word. "The moon." Syleena and Sylena are not often used as girls' names.

Silvia and variants

Sylvie1, Sylvia1
Forms of Silvia. Derivative of Latin word. "Woods, forest." Sylvia (UPPER 3%) and Sylvie (75%) are recognizable given names, and Sylvia is found regularly (UPPER 4%) as a surname.

Sylvia and variants

Sylvia2, var. Sylwia, Sylvonna, Sylvine, Sylvina, Sylvianne, Sylvie2, Sylviana, Sylvette, Sylvee, Sylvana, Sylvanna, Sylva
Stems fr. Latin element. "Woods, forest." Sylvia has been the most popular choice, although Sylvie seems to be becoming a favorite too, while Sylvia is now less popular.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sy- names: Sybil, Sybilla, Sydell, Sydelle, Sydnee

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sy- names: Sydney, Sydni, Sydnie, Sylva, Sylvia

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sy- names: Sylvie, Symone, Synthia

Form of Cyma. Origin fr. Greek element. "Flourishing, expecting a baby." Syma is sparsely used as a first name.

Var. of Samantha. Origin fr. English, Hebrew words. "God heard." Symantha is rarely adopted as a birth name.

Simone and variants

Symone, Symona
Forms of Simone. Root fr. Hebrew word. "Hear, listen." Symone is common as a children's name among the forms of Simone.

Cynthia and variants

Synthya, Synthie, Synthia, Syntheea, Syntha, Synthee, Syndy1, Syndia, Syndi1, Synda, Syndee
Forms of Cynthia. Stems fr. Greek word. "From Mount Kynthos." Synda, Syndee, Syndi, Syndia and Syndy are more uncommon as birth names among the variations of Cynthia.

Syndy2, Syndie, Syndi2
Var. of Cindy. From English, Greek languages. "From Mount Kynthos." Syndi, Syndie and Syndy are unusual as baby names.

Syprianne, Sypriana
Forms of Cipriana. From Italian. "From Cyprus." Unusual. Sypriana and Syprianne are not found in the US Demographics.

Form of Sirena. Root fr. Greek word. "Enchanter." Syren is a somewhat popular kid's name. See also Seryna.

Form of Siria. Source fr. Spanish, Persian. "Sun-bright, glowing." Syria is rarely used as a given name, occurring regularly (UPPER 80%) as a surname.

Var. of Cyrilla. Based on Greek element. "Lord." Syrilla is unique as a baby name. See also Myrilla.

Var. of Siobhan. Based on Irish, Hebrew words. "God is gracious." Syvonna and Syvonny are creative variations. See also Eyvonne.

Quick Reference

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

1. Sybel - Syvonne
Sibyl [Sybel, Sybil, Sybill, Sybille, Sybilla, Sybelle, Sybella], Sybil [Sybel, Sybill, Sybille, Sybilla, Sybelle, Sybella], Sarah [Sydel, Sydelle], Sadie [Sydell, Sydelle, Sydella], Sydney [Sydni, Sydel, Sydnie, Sydnee, Sydelle], Sidonia [Sydona, Sydonia, Sydonah], Selina [Sylina, Sylena, Syleena], Selena [Sylena, Syleena], Silvia [Sylvie, Sylvia], Sylvia [Sylwia, Sylvie, Sylvine, Sylvina, Sylvonna, Sylviana, Sylvette, Sylvianne, ..], Cyma [Syma], Samantha [Symantha], Simone [Symone, Symona], Cynthia [Syndy, Syntha, Syndia, Synthya, Synthie, Synthia, Synthee, Syntheea, ..], Cindy [Syndy, Syndi, Syndie], Cipriana [Sypriana, Syprianne], Sirena [Syrena], Siria [Syria], Cyrilla [Syrilla], Siobhan [Syvonne]

Usage comparison for Sy- names