of Names - S
As one discusses the meaning of names that begin with "S",
one must also consider some supercilious facts and truths.
The fact is, that there is no truth on this page regarding
the meaning of names that start with "S".
Not only are there no facts or truth, there are,
however, plenty of downright lies. Of course, we
also serve up a few ample helpings of half-truth,
half-baked conjecture and half-assed logic. In fact,
this page basically gives one about half the information
of most other web pages about this same subject.
Now, the meaning of names that begin with "S"
is one of the longest sections on this site, since
"S" seems to be a super popular letter
with parents when naming their babies.
Stupid is not generally one of the words that comes up
when parents are pouring over the possibilities of what
to name their child as this word generally pops up much
later in the development cycle. So, go ahead dear reader
and check out all of the other "S" words and the
meanings behind them so that you may make an intelligent
decision on what to name your baby. Or not.
Meaning of Names That Begin with "S"
Sabeen - a bean counter
Sable - mink coat
Sabrina - teenage We-atch
Sade - means "the sweetest taboo" in Finnish
Sage - parsley, rosemary and thyme.
Saki - drunken Japanese masseuse
Salamon - fish
Sally - one who sells sea shells by the sea shore
Salome - synonymous with bologna
Salomon - fish
Salud - one who says "cheers" before taking a
Salut - gesture by a soldier.
Salvador - a person who likes to play with his dali.
Sam - I am
Samanthe - feminine version of samurai.
Sampson - means "need haircut and a job" in Hebrew.
Samuel - a mule named "Sam".
Sancho - marriage between Carlos Santana and Margaret Cho.
Sandeep - literally means "you can dig all you want
but that sand is deep".
Sander - one who sands Adam.
Sandford - one who sands an American car.
Sandy - Beaches
Sans - no, none, nada, without
Santa - jolly fat man with claws.
Santiago - ingredient in Chili.
Santos - what you get when you put your bare feet in sand.
Sapphire - ruby slippers
Sara - smile
Sarah - smile, huh?
Saul - means literally "salute to Paul".
Savannah - tall grass
Sawyer - one who saws a lawyer in half
Scarlet - woman wearing red letter
Scott - Irish word for drunken golfer
Scotty - engineer who can't give his captain anymore power.
Sean - one who uses the Penn
Sebastian - cabbage
Selena - from the Latino word for "musical goddess"
Serena - Old English word for "hard and in"
Serge - what the storm does during a hurricane
Seth - one who licks a cat's fur
Shakira - feminine form of "hip wiggler".
Shalom - howdy, neighbor.
Shamus - on you
Shane - means "shame on Jane".
Shaquille - large man under basket
Sharif - I did not shoot the deputy.
Sharon - one who plays with stones
Sharona - my
Shawn - of creation
Shay - you love me
Sheila - one who puts lipstick on a sheep
Shelby - car enthusiast
Sheldon - one who goes to the beach to collect shells
Shelley - one who gets collected at the beach
Sherlock - a person interested in clues
Sherman - tanks for the memories
Sherry - one who wines
Sheryl - old crow
Shin - one who gets kicked
Shirley - you jest
Sho - nuf
Sybil - head of many faces
Sid - pet name for Squid
Sidney - the knee of Sid
Siegfried - someone looking for Roy
Sierra - Spanish for "mist"
Sigmund - analysis by paralysis
Silva - learning center
Silvana - silver television set
Silver - Hi Ho
Simba - goldfish in Eurasian.
Simon - says
Sinclair - extinct oil company
Sinead - bald
Sirius - antonym for lighthearted constellation
Sisko - Ebert
Sissy - space cadet
Skylar - astronaut
Slade - one who kills a dragon
Socrates - one who takes an oath
Sofie - girl with a choice
Solomon - Hey, Mr. Solomon, solly me banana.
Sommer - warm days
Sonny - in need of sun sauce
Sonya - music company
Sophie - girl without a choice
Sophocles - spanker of sheep
Spencer - super fencer
Spike - one who tends to get nailed
Spiro - one who tends to get nailed
Stacey - do not go
Stafford - one who has a big staff and a Ford
Stan - don't sit
Stanford - drive without sitting
Stanley - in Russian, "one who gets steamed".
Stein - one who drinks beer
Sterling - Maxwell Silverhead
Steven - of the Steve
Stew - one who cooks carrots, potatoes and meat in a soup
Stewart - small soup
Stuart - small soup with Tabasco sauce
Sue - one who litigates
Susanna - don't you cry for me
Susie - Q
Sven - almost seven
Sweeney - combination "swine" and "weenie".
Sybil - one who spins her own head
Sydney - short form of Squidney
Sylvester - stump land
Sylvia - silver body piercing