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SpringGirlEnglishspring season.
SquireBoyOld FrenchA knight's attendant.
StackBoyOld NorseA haystacker.
StacyUnisexLatinProsperous or resurrection.
StaffanBoySwedishSwedish form of Stephen. A crown or garland.
StaffordBoyOld EnglishFrom the ford by the landing place.
StamfordBoyOld EnglishA dweller at the rocky ford.
StanburyBoyOld EnglishFrom the stone fort.
StandenBoyOld EnglishA dweller in the stony valley.
StandishBoyOld EnglishFrom the rocky pasture.
StanfieldBoyOld EnglishFrom the stony field.
StanfordBoyOld EnglishA dweller at the rocky ford.
StanhopeBoyOld EnglishFrom the stony valley.
StanislausBoySlavonicThe glorious government.
StanleyBoyOld EnglishRocky meadow.
StantonBoyOld EnglishFrom the rocky farm or estate.
StanwickBoyOld EnglishFrom the rocky village.
StarGirlEnglishA star. Also see Stella.
StarbuckBoyOld NorseThe stream in the sedges.
StarrUnisexOld EnglishA star.
StavrosBoyGreekCrowned. Greek form of Stephen.
StedmanBoyOld EnglishA farmer.
SteeleBoyOld EnglishLike steel.
StefanBoyGerman/Polish/Russian/ScandinavianA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
StefaniaGirlGreekcrown.
StefanosBoyGreekA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
SteffanBoyWelshA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
SteffiGirlGermanA garland or crown. The feminine form of Stephen.
SteinBoyGermanstone.
StellaGirlLatinA star. Also see Estelle, Esther and Star.
StenBoySwedishA stone.
StentonBoyOld EnglishFrom the rocky farm or estate.
StephanBoyGermanA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
StephanieGirlGreekA garland or crown. The feminine form of Stephen.
StephanoBoyItalianA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
StephenBoyGreekA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
SterlingBoyOld EnglishA little star, or a starling.
SterneBoyOld EnglishAustere. Stern.
StertBoyOld EnglishFrom the promontory.
SteshaGirlGreekcrowned-one.
SteveBoyGreekA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
StevenBoyGreekA crown or garland. Also see Stevenson and Stinson.
StewartBoyOld EnglishA steward, or keeper of a household.
StigBoyOld NorseThe wanderer.
StilesBoyOld EnglishFrom the stile.
StinsonBoyOld EnglishThe son of Stephen, or the son of stone.
StiofanBoyIrish GaelicIrish Gaelic form of Stephen.
StockardGirlEnglishfrom the yard of tree stumps.
StockleyBoyOld EnglishA clearing with tree stumps.
StocktonBoyOld EnglishFrom the place near the tree trunk.


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