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S is for Sabrina, Sue, Samantha, Sybil—and hundreds more sophisticated, sassy, and straightforward baby girl names.
The wife of Abraham and mother of Issac in the Bible, Sarah has (almost) always been in the top 100 popular baby names. It's... Read More
As far as names go, Samantha is a fairly new name having been created in the late 18th-century in the southern U.S. It leaped... Read More
Everything old is new again, and Sophia is definitely on the favoring end of that adage. Experiencing an enormous jump in... Read More
Stephanie's already had its heyday in the baby name game (from 1969-1996), and is now taking a breather. The female version... Read More
"Selah" is a Hebrew word that appears throughout the Book of Psalms in the Bible. Most scholars think it's meant to be an... Read More
Sage is a short and sweet name that's experienced a modest amount of popularity throughout the years. Meaning "wise," Sage... Read More
In the Bible, Shiloh is a prophetic name for the Messiah. Shiloh is also significant as the site of a crucial battle in the... Read More
Even thought Sara is just Sarah without the "h," something about the missing consonant gives a different feel to this version... Read More
American: From the open plain; This well-known spelling variation of the Spanish Savanna is especially recognizable in the United States...
A name with a lot of bewitching charm, Sabrina was a legendary Celtic goddess, the charismatic title character of a classic... Read More
Russian: Defender of mankind; Russian nickname for Alexandra
Sophie is über-popular Sophia's, friendlier, more easy-going cousin. It's a good choice if you've been eyeing Sophia, but... Read More
Irish: Old and wise; from the Shannon, the longest river and chief waterway of Ireland
Hebrew: Lily; short form of Susannah and commonly used as an independent name
Italian: Defender of mankind; short for Alessandra, Italian form of the Greek Alexandra
Hebrew: A plain; an area of ancient Palestine where many roses grew
There's just something about Sadie. It used to be a nickname for Sarah (which is why they share the meaning "princess"),... Read More
Irish: God has been gracious; feminine variant of Sean, a popular Irish cognate of John
English: From the village or estate on the ledge; a surname that is more often used as a given name for girls than for boys.
Want to inspire your baby girl to be fiery and headstrong (or maybe she'd got a head of red hair!), consider Scarlett. This... Read More
Egyptian: Sky. Also variant of Schuyler meaning scholar.
Persian: Red rose
Hebrew: Hearkening, listening; feminine form of Simon
Latin: From the forest; Rhea Silvia was the mother of the twins Romulus and Remus in Roman mythology.
Stacey was that perky cheerleader in the 80s who is now driving around the Avas and Sophias of the world. A version of the... Read More