|Sinte-Gle..||Native Amer..||Spotted tail. Sioux|
|Sinte-Maz..||Native Amer..||Iron tail. Sioux|
|Siobhaini..||Irish||Diminutive form of Siobhan, the Gae..|
|Siobhan||Irish||Popular Gaelic form of Joan, a femi..|
|Siomon||Irish||Gaelic form of Simon (heard). See ..|
|Sion||Welsh||Popular Welsh cognate of John (God ..|
|Sione||Polynesian||Tongan form of John (God is graciou..|
|Sioned||Welsh||Welsh form of Janet, which is a dim..|
|Sior||Welsh||Welsh form of George (earthworker, ..|
|Sipatu||Native Amer..||Miwok or Moquelumnan for "pulled ou..|
|Siphiwe||African||Meaning "we were given."
|Sipho||South Afric..||Meaning "present." Sipho Sepamla is..|
|Sipliwo||South Afric..||Meaning "a gift."
|Siraj||Muslim/Arab..||Derived from siraj (light, lamp)|
|Siseal||Irish||Irish form of Cecil (blind). See C..|
|Sisi||African||Born on Sunday. Fante, Ghana|
|Sisi||Ghanaian||Meaning "born on Sunday."|
|Sisika||Native Amer..||Meaning "swallow." From San Felipe,..|
|Sisile||Irish||Gaelic form of Cecilia and Cecily (..|
|Sisilia||Polynesian||Tongan form of Cecilia (blind, dim-..|
|Sissy||American||A familiar form of the names Cecel..|
|Sisya||African||Meaning "she of the Mfuu tree."
|Sita||Hindu||Derived from the Sanskrit sitd (fur..|
|Sita||Indian||An alternate form of Shakti. The wi..|
|Siti||African||Lady. Swahili, E. Africa|
|Siua||Polynesian||To fish in the ocean. Siua is also ..|
|Siubhan||Scottish||Cognate of the Irish Siobhan, which..|
|Siusan||Scottish||Gaelic form of Susan (lily, rose). ..|
|Siv||Norwegian||This name means "Thor's wife."
|Sivan||Hebrew||The name of a spring month.
|Sivana||Hebrew||Derived from Sivan, the name of the..|
|Sive||Irish||Irish form of Sadhbh (goodness). Se..|
|Sivney||Irish||Anglicized form of Suibhne (well-go..|
|Siwili||Native Amer..||Meaning "long fox's tail." Source u..|
|Sixten||Scandinavia..||Mainly Swedish name derived fro..|| |