Searching for a unisex baby name that starts with the letter S? See all of our gender-neutral S names that are super for both boys and girls.
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Hebrew: Unclear meaning, possibly to rest or cactus
Are you hoping for a wiser-than-his-years son? Then Sage, which means "wise," may be the way to go. It's short and sweet... Read more about Sage
Sage is a short and sweet name that's experienced a modest amount of popularity throughout the years. Meaning "wise," Sage... Read more about Sage
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Russian: Defender of mankind; Russian nickname for Alexander
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Russian: Defender of mankind; Russian nickname for Alexandra
Russian: Defender of man
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Russian: Defender of mankind. Nickname for Alexandra, Sasha.
Dutch: Shelter, scholar
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Armenian: Name of a lake, meaning unknown
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Armenian: Name of a lake, exact meaning unknown
Irish: Variant of Shaun from John.
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Hoping for a little peaceful Buddha baby? Then Shalom to you. The word "shalom" translates into "peace" and is also used... Read more about Shalom
If a peaceful daughter is what you desire, then Shalom may be the name fro you. The word "shalom" translates into "peace"... Read more about Shalom
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Irish: Old and wise; from the Shannon, a river of Ireland
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Irish: Old and wise; from the Shannon, the longest river and chief waterway of Ireland
Irish: Variant of Sean, a popular Irish cognate of John
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Irish: God has been gracious; feminine variant of Sean, a popular Irish cognate of John
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Irish: Hawklike or majestic; an Irish family name and the name of New York''s Shea Stadium
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Irish: Hawklike or majestic; an Irish family name that has become a popular name for girls
English: From the village or estate on the ledge; though appropriate for boys or girls, use for boys has declined while use for girls...
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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.