Boys Names S-U

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Saben Latin A Sabine man (from central Italy).
Sabir Arabic The patient one.
Sabola Egyptian prophetess
Sabre French Swordlike.
Sacha French The defender, or helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sachchit Hindu Truth, Consciousness
Sacheverell Old French A leap of the young goat.
Sachiel Hebrew angel of water
Sachin Hindu  
Sadi Turkish Sadie, Sady
Sadik Arabic Truthful, or faithful.
Sadurni Catalan  
Safak Turkish  
Safford Old English From the willow ford.
Sagar Hindu king
Sage Old French Wise. Also the name of a herb. A boy or girl's name.
Sagiv Hebrew mighty, with strength
Sahadev Hindu prince
Sahale Native American above
Sahara   Inca gold.
Sahen Hindu falcon
Sahib Hindu sir
Sahnan Hebrew Wise and peaceful.
Saidi African Helper.
Sakda Thai Power.
Sakima Native American A king.
Salah Arabic Good, righteous.
Salerio   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Salim Arabic Safe, secure.
Salisbury Old English The fort by the willow pool.
Salman Arabic protector, conqueror
Saloman Hebrew peaceful
Salomo German Wise and peaceful.
Salomon Spanish Wise and peaceful.
Salter Old English A salt seller.
Salton Old English From the place in the willows.
Salvador Spanish from Latin A saviour.
Salvatore Italian Saviour.
Sam   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Samien Arabic to be heard
Samir Hindu wind
Sammie   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Sammon Arabic grocer
Sammy   She who listens also an achievement. A boy or girl's name.
Sampath Hindu  
Sampson Hebrew Of the sun, or a strong man. A biblical name.
Samson Hebrew Of the sun, or a strong man. A biblical name.
Samudra Hindu lord of the ocean
Samuel Hebrew Asked of God. A name from the Bible. Also see Saul.
Sanat Hindu  
Sanborn Old English From the sandy brook.
Sancho Spanish Truthful and sincere.
Sandeep Hindu Rishi (Sega of Gods), named after Sandipani Rishi
Sanders Old English The son of Alexander. Protector of men.
Sandie Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sandler    
Sandon Old English From the sandy hill.
Sandor Hungarian Protector of men. From the name Alexander.
Sandy Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Sanford Old English From the sandy ford.
Sanjay Sanskrit Triumphant.
Sanjeev Hindu Sanjiv
Sanjog Hindu  
Sankara Sanskrit Auspicious.
Sansom Hebrew Of the sun, or a strong man.
Sansone Italian Of the sun, or a strong man.
Santiago Spanish Of St James.
Santo Italian a saint
Santon Old English From the sandy hill.
Santos Spanish Of the saints. Also see Toussaint.
Santosh Hindu  
Santoso Indonesian Peaceful.
Sapan Hindu  
Sarasvan Hindu  
Sarat Hindu  
Sargent Old French A military officer.
Sarkis Armenian royality
Sarngin Hindu name of God Vishnu
Sarni Arabic The elevated one.
Sarojin Hindu lotus-like
Sarosh Persian prayer
Sasha Russian The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name.
Saswata Hindu  
Satayu Hindu brother of Amavasu and Vivasu
Satruijt Hindu a son of Vatsa
Saturnino Latin Of Saturn, the Roman God of agriculture.
Saturninus   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Satyen Hindu  
Saudeep Hindu  
Saul Hebrew Asked for, or prayed for. A name from the Bible. Also see Samuel.
Saunak Hindu boy sage
Saunders Old English The son of Alexander. Protector of men.
Saunderson Old English The son of Alexander. Protector of men.
Saurabh Hindu  
Saviero Italian Of the new house.
Saville Old French From the willow estate.
Sawyer Old English A sawer of wood.
Sawyl Welsh Welsh form of Saul. Asked for, or prayed for.
Saxby Old Norse From the farm of the short sword.
Saxon Old English Of the Saxons, or people of the sword. A boy or girl's name.
Saxton Old English From the farm of the Saxon.
Sayed Arabic The lord, the master.
Sayer Celtic A carpenter.
Scarus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Schuyler Dutch shield, scholar
Scipio Latin A staff or walking stick.
Scott Old English Of Scottish origin.
Scully Irish Gaelic A herald or town crier.
Seabert Old English Sea glorious.
Seaborne Old English The sea warrior.
Seabrook Old English From a brook by the sea.
Sealey Old English Blessed.
Seamus Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of James. The supplanter.
Sean Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of John. God is gracious. Also see Shane.
Seanan Irish Gaelic Old, or wise.
Searle Teutonic An armed warrior.
Seaton Old English A place by the sea.
Sebastian Latin Venerable. A man from Sebasta. The name of a 3rd-century saint.
Sebes Hungarian fast
Secundus Latin The second child.
Sedgewick Old English From the farm in the rushes.
Sedgley Old English From the warrior's meadow.
Seeley Old English Blessed.
Seely Old English Blessed.
Seff Hebrew a wolf
Sefton Old English The dweller at the place in the rushes.
Seger Old English The sea warrior.
Seif Arabic sword of religion
Seiichi Japanese first son of Sei
Selby Old Norse From the willow farm.
Seldon Old English From the house on the hill.
Seleucus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Selig Jewish Blessed fortunate.
Selim Arabic Safe, secure.
Selwyn Latin Of the woods.
Semih Turkish  
Sempronius   From Shakespeare's plaY Timon of Athens and Titus Andronicus.
Semyon Russian The listener.
Senach Gaelic  
Senajit Hindu  
Senan Irish Gaelic Old, or wise.
Sencer Turkish  
Senichi Japanese first son of Sen
Sennett Old English Bold in victory.
Senon Spanish given life by Zeus
Septimus Latin The seventh son.
Serafino Italian from Hebrew The ardent one. The masculine form of Seraphina.
Seraphim Hebrew burning ones, angels, ardent
Serge Italian Servant.
Sergeant Old French A military officer.
Sergent Old French A military officer.
Sergio Italian Attendant.
Sergius Latin A Roman family name.
Servan Breton  
Sesto Latin The sixth son.
Seth Hebrew/Sanskrit Hebrew: A biblical name meaning the appointed one. One of the sons of Adam and Eve. Sanskrit: A bridge.
Setiawan Indonesian Faithful.
Seton Old English A place by the sea.
Seung Korean successor, winning
Sevastian Russian A man from Sebasta. The name of a 3rd-century saint.
Severin English river in England
Severino Italian Severe.
Severn   The name of a British river.
Sevilin Turkish beloved
Seville Spanish A Spanish city.
Seward Old English A sea defender.
Sexton Old French A church official.
Sextus Latin The sixth son.
Seyed Arabic The lord, the master.
Seymour Old French From a place name.
Seyton   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Sezni Breton Senan, Sane
Shadwell Old English From the shady stream.
Shafiq Arabic Compassionate.
Shah Persian The king.
Shahar Jewish The dawn.
Shailen Hindu  
Shailesh Hindu  
Shakar Arabic grateful
Shakir Arabic The grateful one.
Shalabh Hindu  
Shalin Hindu  
Shallow   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Shalom Hebrew Peace. Also see Solomon.
Shaman Native American holy man
Shamus Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of James. The supplanter.
Shanahan Irish Gaelic The wise one.
Shandy Old English Boisterous.
Shane   From Irish Gaelic a Variation of Sean (John), and so a form of Jane. A boy or girl's name.
Shankar Sanskrit He who gives happiness.
Shanley Irish Gaelic A venerable hero.
Shannon Irish From the name of a river in Ireland. A boy or girl's name.
Shantanu Hindu  
Sharad Hindu  
Sharif Arabic The honourable one.
Sharma Sanskrit Giving protection.
Shashi Hindu the moon, moonbeam
Shashwat Hindu ever lasting
Shaughan Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of John. God is gracious. Also see Shane.
Shaun Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of John. God is gracious. Also see Shane.
Shaw Old English From the grove of trees.
Shay Irish Gaelic The stately one. A boy or girl's name.
Shea Irish hawk-like, stately
Sheehan Irish Gaelic Peaceful.
Sheffield Old English From the crooked field, or the sheep field.
Shelby Old English The dweller at the ledge estate and a sheltered town. A boy or girl's name.
Sheldon Old English From the steep valley.
Shelley Old English From the wood, or the meadow's edge. A boy or girl's name.
Shen Chinese A deep thinker.
Shepherd Old English one who heards sheep
Sher Sanskrit The beloved one or a Lion. A boy or girl's name.
Sherborne Old English A clear stream.
Sheridan Irish Gaelic The wild one. A boy or girl's name.
Sheridon Irish wild one
Sherlock Old English Fair-haired.
Sherman Old English Shearer or servant.
Sherwin Old English A swift runner.
Sherwood Old English From the bright forest.
Shigekazu Japanese first son of Shige
Shiloh Hebrew A place of rest. A biblical placename.
Shima Japanese An island dweller.
Shimon Hebrew The listener.
Shing Chinese victory
Shinichi Japanese first son of Shin
Shipley Old English From the sheep pasture.
Shipton Old English The dweller at the sheep farm.
Shishir Hindu  
Shiv Hindu Lord Shiva
Shiva Sanskrit Benign. An important Hindu God.
Shlomo Jewish Wise and peaceful.
Shmuel Hebrew Asked of God.
Shoichi Japanese first son of Sho
Sholto Scottish Gaelic A sower of seed.
Shomari Swahili Forceful.
Shrey Hindu  
Shuichi Japanese first son of Shu
Shulamith Hebrew peaceful
Shunichi Japanese first son of Shun
Shunnar Arabic pleasant
Shvetank Hindu  
Shyam Hindu  
Shylock   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Siamak Persian bringer of joy, great emperor
Siddartha Sanskrit One who has accomplished his goal. A name of the Buddha.
Siddel Old English from the wide valley
Siddharth Hindu  
Sidell Old English From the broad valley.
Sidney Old English/Old French Old English: From the riverside meadow. Old French: From St Denis.
Siegbert Teutonic A famous victory.
Siegfried Teutonic Peace after victory.
Sigebryht Anglo-Saxon  
Sigfried Teutonic victory peace
Siggy   From the name Siegbert, Siegfried.
Sigi   From the name Siegbert, Siegfried.
Sigmund Teutonic A victorious protector.
Sigurd Old Norse A victorious guardian.
Silas Latin From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Siler Syler  
Silvanus Latin From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Silvester Latin Of the woods. Also see Silvanus.
Silvio Latin belonging to the forest, silver
Silvius   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Simeon   The biblical form of Simon.
Similien Breton  
Simon Hebrew The listener. Also see Simpson.
Simonides   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Simple   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Simpson   The son of Simon. The listener.
Sinan Turkish  
Sinbad Teutonic A sparkling prince.
Sinclair French A clear sign. From St Clair.
Singh Hindu lion
Sinjon French Saint John
Sinnett Old English Bold in victory.
Sinnott Old English Bold in victory.
Siva Sanskrit Benign.
Sivan Hebrew the ninth month
Siward   From Shakespeare's play MacBeth.
Skeet Middle English speedy
Skelly Irish Gaelic A storyteller.
Skelton Old English From the place on the ledge.
Skene Scottish Gaelic A bush.
Skipp Old Norse ship owner
Skipper Dutch A ship's captain.
Skjold Scandinavian  
Sklaer Breton Sklerijenn
Slade Old English From the valley.
Slate Middle English A fine-grained rock.
Slender   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Slevin Irish Gaelic The mountain climber.
Sloan Irish Gaelic A warrior.
Sly   From the name Silvanus and Silvester.
Smedley Old English From the level meadow.
Smith Old English A blacksmith.
Snehal Hindu  
Snorre Scandinavian  
Snout   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Snowden Old English From the snowy hill.
Snug   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Socrates   The name of the ancient Greek philosopher.
Sofronio Greek self-controlled
Soham Hindu  
Sol Latin The sun. Also from the name Solomon.
Solan soul seeker  
Solanio   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Solinus   From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors.
Solomon Hebrew Wise and peaceful. A son of David in the Bible. Also see Shalom.
Solon Greek The wise one.
Solt Hungarian name of an honor
Solyom Hungarian falcon
Soma Hungarian a kind of berry
Somerled Old Norse The summer traveller. A Scottish name.
Somerset Old English From the summer farm or settlement. The name of an English county.
Somerville Old English From the summery hill.
Sonam Tibetan/Sherpa The fortunate one. A boy or girl's name.
Sonnagh Welsh mound, rampart
Sonny   Diminutive for names that includes `son'.
Sophocles Greek After the classical dramatist.
Soren Danish from Latin The stern one.
Sorley Old Norse The summer traveller.
Sorrell Old French Bitter. A plant name, and A boy or girl's name.
Soterios Greek saviour
Southwell Old English From the southern spring.
Spalding English divided field
Sparke Old Norse The lively one.
Speed   From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Spence   A dispenser of provisions. From the name Spencer.
Spencer Old French A dispenser of provisions. Administrator.
Spike Old English A nail, or an ear of grain. Generally used as a nickname.
Spiridon Greek Of the soul or spirit.
Squire Old French A knight's attendant.
Sridhar Hindu  
Srijan Hindu  
Srikant Hindu  
Srinath Hindu  
Srinivas Hindu  
Sriram Hindu  
Stack Old Norse A haystacker.
Stacy Latin Prosperous or resurrection. A boy or girl's name.
Staffan Swedish Swedish form of Stephen. A crown or garland.
Stafford Old English From the ford by the landing place.
Stamford Old English A dweller at the rocky ford.
Stanbury Old English From the stone fort.
Standen Old English A dweller in the stony valley.
Standish Old English From the rocky pasture.
Stanfield Old English From the stony field.
Stanford Old English A dweller at the rocky ford.
Stanhope Old English From the stony valley.
Stanislaus Slavonic The glorious government.
Stanislav   Glory of the camp.
Stanislaw   Glory of the camp. From the name Stanislav.
Stanko Slowenian  
Stanley Old English Rocky meadow.
Stanton Old English From the rocky farm or estate.
Stanwick Old English From the rocky village.
Starbuck Old Norse The stream in the sedges.
Starr Old English A star. A boy or girl's name.
Starveling   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Stavros Greek Crowned. Greek form of Stephen.
Stedman Old English A farmer.
Steele Old English Like steel.
Stefan German/Polish/Russian/Scandinavian A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stefanos Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Steffan Welsh A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stein German stone
Sten Swedish A stone.
Stenton Old English From the rocky farm or estate.
Stephan German A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stephano Italian A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stephen Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Sterling Old English A little star, or a starling.
Sterne Old English Austere. Stern.
Stert Old English From the promontory.
Steve Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Steven Greek A crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
Stevenson   The son of Stephen. A crown or garland.
Stewart Old English A steward, or keeper of a household.
Stig Old Norse The wanderer.
Stiles Old English From the stile.
Stillman   Quiet, gentle.
Stinson Old English The son of Stephen, or the son of stone.
Stiofan Irish Gaelic Irish Gaelic form of Stephen.
Stockley Old English A clearing with tree stumps.
Stockton Old English From the place near the tree trunk.
Stoddard Old English The horse-keeper.
Stoke Old English From the settlement.
Stokley Old English from the tree-stump meadow
Storm Old English A tempest. A boy or girl's name.
Storr Old Norse A great man.
Stowe Old English From the place or religious site.
Stoyan Bulgarian to stay
Strahan Scottish Gaelic A little valley. A Tasmanian town.
Stratford Old English From the ford on a Roman road.
Strato   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Stratton Old English From the place on a Roman road.
Strom German, Czech stream; tree
Stroud Old English The overgrown marshland.
Stu Old English A steward, or keeper of a household.
Stuart Old English A steward, or keeper of a household.
Studs Old English a house
Sturt Old English From the promontory.
Styles Old English From the stile.
Subodh Hindu  
Sudarshan Hindu Sudarsana
Sudesha Hindu a son of Krishna
Sudeva Hindu good Deva
Sudhansu Hindu  
Sudhir Hindu  
Sudi Swahili Luck.
Suffield Old English A dweller in the southern field.
Sugriva Hindu  
Sukarman Hindu reciter of 1000 Samhitas
Sukumar Hindu tender
Sulaiman North African peaceful
Suleiman Arabic Arabic form of Solomon.
Sulio Breton Suliau, Suliag
Sullivan Irish Gaelic The blackeyed one.
Sully Gaelic to stain
Sulwyn Welsh The fair sun.
Sumadhur Hindu very sweet
Suman Sanskrit Cheerful and wise.
Sumantu Hindu Atharva Veda was assigned to him
Sumati Hindu  
Sumit Hindu  
Sumner Old French The one who summons.
Sun Chinese/Korean Chinese: Bending, or decreasing. Korean: Goodness. A boy or girl's name.
Sundara Hindu  
Sunil Hindu  
Surony Hungarian name of an honor
Suresh Sanskrit The ruler of the gods.
Surya Sanskrit The sun.
Sutcliffe Old English From the south cliff.
Sutherland Old Norse From the southern land.
Sutton Old English The dweller at the southern farm or town.
Suvrata Hindu a child of Daksa
Svein Anglo-Saxon  
Sven Old Norse A youth.
Swagat Hindu  
Swain Old English/Old Norse Old English: A swineherd. Old Norse: Youthful.
Swapnil Hindu  
Sweeney Irish Gaelic The little hero.
Sweeny Gaelic little hero
Swindon Old English From the hill of the pigs. An English city.
Swinford Old English The pig ford.
Swithin Old English Strong. The name of an English saint.
Sycamore Greek A tree name.
Sydenham Old English From the wide river meadow.
Sykes Old English At the stream or gully.
Sylvain French From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Sylvan Latin From the forest. Also see Silvester.
Sylvester Latin From the forest, woods.
Symon Hebrew The listener.
Synclair   A clear sign.
Syrus Persian The name of the founder of the Persian empire. From the name Cyrus.
Szabolcs Hungarian  
Szalok Hungarian  
Szemere Hungarian small man, demolisher
Szervoc Hungarian freed
Szesco Hungarian  
Szevor Hungarian serious, strict
Szilord Hungarian  
Szolot Hungarian  
Szymon Polish Polish form of Simon. The listener.
Szylve Scandinavian  

T

Taavi Finnish The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Tab Persian A drum or drummer.
Tabansi African one who endures
Tabari North African after famous muslim historian
Tabb Persian A drum or drummer.
Tabor Persian A drum or drummer.
Tad Irish Gaelic A poet or philosopher. Also see Teague.
Tadc Celtic  
Tadd Greek Courageous.
Taddeo Greek Courageous.
Tadi Omaha Indian wind
Taffy Welsh The beloved, the adored one. From the name David.
Taggart Gaelic A priest.
Tahir Arabic Pure and virtuous.
Tai Vietnamese The talented one.
Tailer Old French The tailor.
Tailor Old French The tailor.
Tait Old Norse Jolly, cheerful. Also see Tatum.
Tajo Spanish day
Takai Japanese  
Takoda Native American The friend of all.
Taksa Hindu a son of Bharata
Taksony Hungarian well fed, content, merciless, wild
Taku Japanese  
Talbot Old French From the valley.
Talfryn Welsh From the top of the hill.
Talib Arabic  
Taliesin Welsh A radiant brow.
Tallis Persian Wise, learned.
Talman Hebrew to injure, to oppress
Talon    
Talorg Welsh  
Talos Greek giant protector of Minos island
Tam Scottish A twin or heart. A boy or girl's name.
Tama Japanese/Polynesian Japanese: A jewel. Polynesian: A boy or son. A boy or girl's name.
Tamas Greek A twin.
Tamer Turkish  
Tamir Arabic pure, tall stately
Tancred Teutonic A thoughtful adviser.
Tancredo Italian of thoughtful counsel
Tane Polynesian The name of a god.
Tanek Polish immortal
Taner Turkish  
Tangaroa Polynesian Of the sea.
Tangwyn Welsh Peace.
Tanicus Latin  
Tannar Old English Leather worker.
Tanner Old English Leather worker.
Tano Ghanese name of river
Tapan Hindu  
Tapesh Hindu  
Tara Irish Gaelic/Sanskrit Irish Gaelic: A rocky hill, from the ancient home of Ireland's kings. Sanskrit: A star. The name of a Buddhist goddess. A boy or girl's name.
Tarang Hindu  
Tarasios Greek of Tarentum
Tarcal Hungarian  
Tardos Hungarian bald
Taree Aboriginal A wild fig.
Tariq Arabic The night visitor.
Tarjan Hungarian name of an honor
Tarkan Turkish  
Tarn Old Norse A mountain pool.
Taro Japanese The firstborn son.
Tarquin Latin The name of two early Roman kings.
Tarrant Old English From the name of a river.
Tarun Sanskrit Young, tender.
Tas Hungarian well fed, stone
Tashi Tibetan/Sherpa Prosperity. A boy or girl's name.
Tate Old Norse Jolly, cheerful. Also see Tatum.
Tathal Welsh  
Tathan Welsh  
Tatum Old English From Tate's homestead. A boy or girl's name.
Taurin Latin born under the sign of Taurus
Taurinus Latin  
Taurus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Tavis Scottish twin
Tavish Scottish Gaelic A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tawhiri Polynesian A tempest.
Taylor Old French A tailor. A boy or girl's name.
Teague Irish Gaelic A poet or philosopher.
Teal English A water bird. A boy or girl's name.
Tean Cornish One of the Isles of Scilly. A boy or girl's name.
Tearlach Scottish  
Tecer Turkish  
Tecwyn Welsh White, fair.
Ted Old English Divine gift.
Teddie Old English Divine gift.
Teddy Old English Divine gift.
Tee    
Tej Hindu  
Telford Old French An iron-cutter.
Telo Old French Teliau, Th?lo, Th?liau
Tem English country
Teman Hebrew right hand, south
Temani Hebrew of Teman
Templar Old French A knight.
Tenenan Old French Tinidor, Tenedor
Tennyson Old English The son of Dennis. Wild, frenzied. Also a lover of wine. Also see Tennyson.
Tenzin Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Tenzing Tibetan/Sherpa Protector of Dharma. A boy or girl's name.
Teodor Greek The gift of God.
Tercan Turkish  
Terence Latin Tender, good gracious.
Terje Norse of Thor?s spear
Terrel Old English thunderer
Terrence   Tender, good gracious.
Terrie Latin Smooth and polished.
Terro    
Terry Greek/Latin Greek: The harvester or reaper. Latin: Smooth and polished. A boy or girl's name.
Tetony Hungarian chieftain
Teulyddog Welsh  
Tewdwr Welsh  
Tex American From Texas.
Tezer Turkish  
Thabit Arabic  
Thaddeaus Latin couragues, praiser
Thaddeus Greek Gift of God.
Thai Vietnamese many, multiple
Thaliard   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Thaman Hindu name of a god
Than Burmese A million. An auspicious number name.
Thane Old English A land-holding soldier. Also a Scottish clan chieftain.
Thanos Greek Noble.
Thatcher Old English roof fixer
Theobald Teutonic A bold leader of the people.
Theobold Old German the boldest
Theodore Greek Divine gift.
Theodoric Teutonic The ruler of the people. Also see Derek.
Theon Greek Godly.
Theophilus Greek beloved of God
Theron Greek The hunter.
Thersites   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Theseus Greek A hero of Greek legend.
Thibaud Old French  
Thidias   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Thierry French French form of Terence and Theodoric.
Thies Dutch Dutch diminutives of Matthew.
Thijs Dutch Dutch diminutives of Matthew.
Thomas Greek A twin.
Thor Old Norse The God of thunder in Norse mythology.
Thorald Old Norse Ruling in the manner of Thor.
Thoralf Scandinavian  
Thorbjorn Scandinavian  
Thorburn Old Norse Thor's warrior.
Thord Scandinavian  
Thore Scandinavian  
Thorfinn Scandinavian  
Thorgeirr Scandinavian  
Thorgils Scandinavian, Anglo-Saxon  
Thorgrim Scandinavian  
Thorkell Scandinavian  
Thorleifr Scandinavian  
Thormund Old English Thor's protection.
Thorne Old English thorn tree
Thornley Old English From the thorny clearing.
Thornton Old English From the place among the thorns.
Thorpe Old English From the farm village.
Thorstein Scandinavian  
Thorulffr Scandinavian  
Thorvald Scandinavian  
Thorvid Scandinavian  
Thosa Old French  
Thrandr Scandinavian  
Thurborn Teutonic dweller by Thor's stream
Thurio   From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Thurlow Old English from Thor
Thurso Scottish A Scottish placename.
Thurstan Old English Thor's stone.
Thurston Norse Thor's stone
Tibald Teutonic A bold leader of the people.
Tibalt Greek people's prince
Tiberius Latin After the River Tiber.
Tibold German A bold leader of the people.
Tiernan Irish Gaelic The descendant of a lord.
Tierney Irish Gaelic The descendant of a lord. A boy or girl's name.
Tihamar Hungarian likes silence
Tiki Polynesian One who is fetched, as in a spirit after death.
Tilak Hindu  
Tilford Old English From the good man's ford.
Tim Greek Honouring God, or honoured by God.
Timeus Greek perfect
Timoleon Greek I honor what I say
Timon Greek A reward, an honour. Also from Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Timor   After the Timor Sea.
Timothy Greek Honouring God, or honoured by God.
Timur Hebrew, Hungarian, Turkish iron
Tinh Vietnamese mindful; aware
Tipene Maori Maori form of Stephen.
Titus Latin An old Roman name.
Titusz Hungarian dove, honored
Tivadar Hungarian gift of God
Tivon Hebrew lover of nature
Tobias Hebrew God is good. A biblical name.
Tobie Hebrew God is good. A boy or girl's name.
Toby Hebrew The Lord is good.
Tod   A fox or foxhunter.
Todd Old Norse from Latin A fox or foxhunter.
Toft Old English From the site of the building.
Toker Turkish  
Tolga Turkish  
Tom Greek A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tomaj Hungarian name of a clan
Tomas Czech/Irish/Scottish Gaelic/Spanish A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tomasz Polish A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tome Galician  
Tomi Japanese Red.
Tomkin Old English Little Tom or Thomas.
Tommy Greek A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tomo Greek A twin. A form of Thomas.
Tong Vietnamese fragrant
Tony Latin Praiseworthy, of inestimable worth.
Tor Old Norse/Celtic Old Norse: The God of thunder in Norse mythology. Celtic: A rock.
Tore Old Norse The God of thunder in Norse mythology.
Torin Gaelic The chief.
Tormey Irish Gaelic A thunder spirit.
Tormod Scottish  
Torquil Scottish Gaelic from Old Norse Thor's cauldron.
Torr Old English From the tower.
Torrance Latin Smooth and polished.
Torsten little Tom Tompkin, Tomlin
Torvald Old Norse Thor the ruler.
Toste Scandinavian  
Tostig Anglo-Saxon, Scandinavian  
Touchstone   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Toussaint French All the saints. Also see Santos.
Tovi Modern Hebrew Good.
Townley Old English From the town meadow.
Townsend Old English From the towns end.
Toyo Japanese plentiful
Tracy Old French Brave. A boy or girl's name.
Trahaearn Welsh strong as iron
Traherne Welsh Of iron strength.
Tran Vietnamese A family name.
Tranio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Tranter Old English wagoneer
Travis Old French From the crossing or crossroads.
Trefor Welsh From the large village.
Trefusis Cornish A placename.
Trelawney Cornish From the church village.
Tremayne Cornish From the place of the stone or rock.
Tremeur Old French Treveur
Trent English Thrifty. From the name of a river.
Trenus Latin  
Tresco Cornish From a placename, one of the Isles of Scilly.
Trethowan Cornish From the farm by the sandhills.
Trevelyan Cornish From the farm at the mill. A Cornish placename.
Trevor Welsh Prudent. From the large village.
Trey Middle English third born, three
Trigve Norwegian  
Trilby Italian Sings with trills. A boy or girl's name.
Trinculo   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Trinity Latin A trio or triad, as in the Holy Trinity. A boy or girl's name.
Tripp Old English traveler
Trisanu Hindu  
Tristan Celtic The noisy one.
Tristen Celtic The noisy one.
Tristram Celtic Sad.
Troilus French place name
Trowbridge Old English From the wooden bridge.
Troy Old French Water or foot soldier. From a placename. Also the name of the ancient city in Asia Minor.
Truman Old English A trusty or faithful man.
Tryggvi Scandinavian  
Trystan Cornish/Welsh The noisy one.
Tuart Aboriginal A type of Eucalypt.
Tuathal Celtic  
Tubal   From Shakespeare's play Merchant of Venice.
Tucker Old English A cloth-worker.
Tudfwlch Welsh  
Tudi Old French  
Tudor Welsh Welsh form of Theodore. Devine gift.
Tudur Welsh  
Tugdual Old French Tual, Tugal, Pabu
Tujan Old French Tugen, Tujen
Tuncer Turkish  
Tungyr Welsh  
Ture Scandinavian  
Turi Polynesian The name of a famous chief.
Turiau Old French Turio
Turner Old French A lathe-worker.
Turpin Old Norse A Finnish man of Thor.
Tushar Hindu  
Tuvya Hebrew  
Tuyen Vietnamese Angelic.
Twain Middle English two pieces
Twyford Old English From the double ford.
Tyack Cornish A farmer.
Tybalt Teutonic A bold leader of the people.
Tycho Greek He who hits the mark.
Tye Old English From the enclosure.
Tyee Native American chief
Tyler Old English A tiler or tile-maker. A boy or girl's name.
Tymon Greek A reward, an honour.
Tynan Gaelic The dark one.
Tyne   The name of an English river. A boy or girl's name.
Tyrek Ty  
Tyrol   After the Austrian alpine region.
Tyrone Irish The name of a county in Northern Ireland.
Tyrus Latin person from Tyre
Tyson Old French A firebrand.
Tytus Polish An old Roman name.
Tzuriel Hebrew  

U

Uba African wealthy
Ubul Hungarian  
Udeh Hebrew praise
Udell Anglosaxon From the valley of the Yew trees.
Udit Hindu  
Udo German Prosperity, fortune.
Udolf Old English A prosperous wolf.
Uehudah Hebrew  
Ufuk Turkish  
Ugo Italian Italian form of Hugh. Heart and mind.
Ugod Hungarian name of a clan
Ugor Hungarian Hungarian
Ugur Turkish  
Uilleam Scottish Gaelic Scottish Gaelic form of William. A strong and resolute protector.
Uisdean Scottish  
Uland Teutonic The noble land.
Ulbrecht Teutonic Noble splendour.
Ulf Swedish Wolf-like, courageous.
Ulffr Scandinavian  
Ulfred Old English/Teutonic Peace.
Ulmer Old English A famous wolf.
Ulprus Latin  
Ulrich Teutonic A ruler.
Ultan Irish From an old Gaelic name.
Ulucan Turkish  
Ulysses Greek The angry one, wrathful. The famous wanderer of Homer's odyssey.
Umar Arabic Flourishing, long-lived.
Umberto Italian A famous warrior.
Unai Basque  
Unni Norse modest
Unwin Old English The enemy.
Upen Hindu  
Upendra Hindu an element
Upor Hungarian  
Upravda Slavonic The upright one.
Upton Old English From the upper farm or town.
Upwood Old English From the forest on the hill.
Urban Latin A city dweller. The name of several early saints and popes.
Uren Welsh  
Uri Russian God is light. Also see Uriel.
Uriah Russian God is light. A biblical name that is best known from the Charles Dickens character Uriah Heep in David Copperfield. Also see Uriel.
Urie Russian God is light. Also see Uriel.
Uriel Hebrew Light. Also see Uriah.
Urien Welsh Have privileged birth, or born in the town.
Urjavaha Hindu of the Nimi dynasty
Uros Hungarian little lord
Ursel Latin A bear. The masculine version of Ursula.
Urson Old French from Latin A little bear.
Urvan Latin A city dweller.
Usamah Arabic  
Ushnisha Sanskrit A crown.
Usko Finnish Faith.
Usman Arabic An Ottoman Turk, or a servant of God.
Utah   The name of an American State. A boy or girl's name.
Utt Arabic wise and kind
Uttam Hindu 3rd Manu
Uttanka Hindu  
Utz Teutonic A ruler.
Uwain Welsh  
Uwan Aboriginal To meet.
Uwe Scandinavian A well-known Scandinavian name.
Uxio Galician  
Uyeda Japanese From the Rice field.
Uzi Hebrew My strength.
Uzor Hungarian name of an ethnic group
Uzziah Hebrew The power or strength of God.

V

Vachel Old French A little cow or one who raises cows.
Vaclav Czech Czech form of Wenceslas.
Vadim Russian A powerful ruler.
Vahe Armenian victor
Vaibhav Hindu  
Vail Old English From the valley.
Vairaja Hindu son of Virat
Valdemar Slavonic A powerful ruler.
Valentin Danish/French/Swedish Strong, healthy.
Valentine Latin Strong, healthy. The name of a 3rd-century saint. A boy or girl's name.
Valentino Italian Strong, healthy.
Valeray Old French, Latin valor, strong
Valerian Latin Strong and powerful.
Vallis Old French The Welshman.
Valter Teutonic A mighty ruler.
Vamana Sanskrit Deserving praise.
Van Dutch Generally a prefix to a surname, but also used as a first name. Also from the name Ivan.
Vance Old English A thresher.
Vane Old English From the marsh or fen.
Vaninadh Hindu Husband of Saraswati (the goddess of knowledge)
Vanya Russian Eastern European form of John. From the name Ivan.
Varad Hungarian From the fortress.
Varden Old French From the green hills.
Varian Latin The changeable one.
Varick Icelandic/Tuetonic Icelandic: A sea drifter. Tuetonic: A protecting ruler.
Variya Hindu excellent one
Varkony Hungarian name of an Avar ethnic group
Varocher French  
Varrius   From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.
Varsony Hungarian name of an ethnic group
Vartan Armenian A rose.
Varun Hindu lord of the waters
Varuna Sanskrit The God of the night sky.
Vasant Hindu  
Vasava Hindu Indra
Vasilios Greek with royal blood, regal
Vasily Russian Royal, kingly.
Vasu Hindu  
Vasudev Hindu  
Vasudeva Sanskrit The father of the God Krishna.
Vasuman Hindu born of fire
Vaughan Welsh Small.
Vavrin Czech laurel
Vavrinec Czech Lawrence
Vayk Hungarian rich
Vazsony Hungarian  
Vedanga Hindu vedas
Vedmundr Scandinavian  
Veer Hindu  
Veit Dutch Dutch form of Guy.
Vekoslav Slavonic Eternal glory.
Vencel Slavic wreath, glory
Vencentio Italian Conqueror, victor.
Venec Breton Gwenneg, Guinoux, Guethenoc, Gwezhenneg
Venn Old English From the marsh or fen.
Ventidius   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens and Antony & Cleopatra
Vere Latin Faithful and loyal.
Vered Hebrew A rose.
Verges   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Verner Latin/Scandinavian Latin: Springlike. Scandinavian: The protecting army or warrior.
Vernon Latin Springlike, youthful.
Verrell French Honest.
Viau Breton lively
Victor Latin Winner, conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vid German sylvan man
Vidal Latin Vital, lively. Also see Vitus and Vivian.
Vidor Hungarian Cheerful.
Vidvan Hindu scholar
Vidya Sanskrit Knowledge. A boy or girl's name.
Vijay Sanskrit Strong and victorious.
Vikas Hindu progress
Vikram Hindu glorious king
Vikrant Hindu  
Viktor Czech/German/Polish/Scandinavian The conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vilem Czech A strong and resolute protector.
Vilhehn Scandinavian A strong and resolute protector.
Viljalmr Scandinavian  
Vilmos Hungarian A strong and resolute protector.
Vimal Sanskrit Pure.
Vinay Hindu good behaviour
Vince Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vincent Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vincentio Italian Conqueror, victor.
Vineet Hindu  
Vinnie Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vinny Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vinod Hindu  
Vinson Latin Conqueror, victor.
Vipin Hindu  
Vipul Hindu  
Viraj Hindu  
Virasana Hindu  
Virat Hindu supreme being
Virgil Latin Strong.
Visant Breton  
Vishal Hindu  
Vishnu Sanskrit The protector. An important Hindu God.
Visvajit Hindu one who conquers the universe
Visvakarman Hindu architect, son of Yogasiddha
Visvayu Hindu brother of Amavasuand Satayu
Viswanath Hindu  
Vitale Latin Lively. Also see vitus and Vivian.
Vitoz Hungarian brave warrior
Vito Latin conquerer
Vittore Italian The conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vittorio Spanish The conqueror. Also see Vincent.
Vitus Latin Life. The name of a Sicilian child saint. Also see Vitale and Vivian.
Vivatma Hindu universal soul
Vivek Hindu  
Vivian Latin Gracious in life or lively. A boy or girl's name.
Vladilen Russian  
Vladimir Slavonic Prince. A powerful ruler.
Vladislav Slavonic A glorious ruler. Also see Ladislav.
Volf Jewish Jewish form of Wolfe. .
Volker German  
Volney Teutonic Of the people.
Voltimand   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Vortigern Celtic A great king.
Voteporix Latin  
Vougay Breton Vouga, Nonna
Vyasa Sanskrit The arranger.
Vyvyan Cornish From an old surname. A boy or girl's name.