WhatName: What is the meaning of my name?
"What is the meaning of my name?" is a common question people have when they visit our web site.Shantelle - Elaborated form of English Shantel, meaning "stony place."
Seòras - Scottish form of Greek Georgios, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Santutxo - Basque name meaning "little saint."
Sargon - Assyrian form of Akkadian Sharru-kinu, meaning "true king."
Spurius - Roman name meaning "of illegitimate birth."
Sabath - Variant form of Hebrew Shabat, meaning "rest, Sabbath."
Artea - Basque name meaning "evergreen."
Serik - Kazakh name meaning "support."
Sanford - English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements sand "sand" and ford "ford," hence "sandy river crossing."
Sharown - Hebrew name meaning "plain, level ground." In the bible, this is the name of a valley in Palestine. The name is sometimes given because of its association with the flowering shrub called Rose of Sharon.
Saaru - Pet form of Finnish Saara, meaning "noble lady, princess."
Shanyuan - Chinese name meaning "mountain source."
Sandrine - Short form of French Alexandrine, meaning "defender of mankind."
Shaul - Anglicized form of Hebrew Shauwl, meaning "asked for, desired." In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the first king of Israel.
Solon - Greek name meaning "wisdom."
Sláine - Irish Gaelic name meaning "health."
Sigrún - Old Norse name composed of the Germanic elements sigr "victory" and rún "secret," hence "victory-secret." In mythology, this is the name of a Valkyrie.
Sens - Medieval variant form of Spanish Sanchia, meaning "holy."
Sergej - Variant spelling of Russian Sergei, possibly meaning "sergeant."
Sámuel - Hungarian form of Greek Samouel, meaning "heard of God," "his name is El," or "name of God."
Shareef - Variant spelling of Arabic Sharif, meaning "eminent."
Síne - Irish Gaelic form of Anglo-Norman French Jehane, meaning "God is gracious."
Sarosh - Persian form of Avestan Sraosha, meaning "obedience."
Sophus - Latin form of Greek Sophos, meaning "clever, skilled."
Marvin - Variant spelling of English Mervin, meaning "marrow-eminent."
Sendoa - Basque name meaning "strong."
Shawna - Feminine form of English Shawn, meaning "God is gracious."
Sakiko - Japanese name meaning "blossoming child; earlier child."
Stephenie - Feminine form of English Stephen,meaning "crown."
Szczeosny - Polish name meaning "lucky."
Shayna - Variant spelling of Yiddish Sheina, meaning "beautiful."
Severo - Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Severus, meaning "stern."
Stéphanie - Feminine form of French Stéphane,meaning "crown."
Sence - Variant spelling of Medieval Spanish Sens, meaning "holy."
Zakiyya - Variant spelling of Hebrew Zakiya, meaning "pure."
Saulos - Variant form of Greek Saoul, meaning "asked for, desired." In the bible, this is the Jewish name of the apostle Paul.
Sacnite - Mayan Nahuatl name meaning "white flower."
Scanlon - Variant spelling of Irish Scanlan, meaning "scandal."
Sahats - Basque name meaning "willow."
Stefania - Danish feminine form of Scandinavian Stefan, meaning "crown."
Solomōn - Greek form of Hebrew Shelomoh, meaning "peaceable." In the bible, this is the name of the tenth son of David who became the third king of Israel.
Stijn - Short form of Dutch Augustijn "venerable" and Constantijn "steadfast."
Sophos - Greek name meaning "clever, skilled."
Shamus - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Séamus, meaning "supplanter."
Stanka - Bulgarian pet form of Slavic Stanislava, meaning "glorious government." In use by the Romani.
Saphira - Hebrew form of Greek Sapphira, meaning "sapphire."
Stephanos - Greek name derived from the word stephanos, meaning "crown." In the bible, this is the name of one of the seven deacons of the church at Jerusalem who was stoned to death by the Jews.
Katelyn - Variant spelling of English Katelin, meaning "pure."
Adèle - Short form of Old French Ad�la�de, meaning "noble sort."
Abel - In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his jealous brother Cain. Anglicized form of Greek Habel, meaning "vanity," i.e. "transitory."