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Italian first names beginning with the letter S
Italian EtymologyEnglish
Saba From the Hebrew "Sheba", latinized as Sabas; converted.N/A
Sabatino Derived from the Hebrew "Sciabat"; born on the Sabbath or Saturday. N/A
Sabazio Derived from the Latin "Sabbatius", name given to those; born on Saturday. N/A
Sabele From the Latin, name of ethnic origin; from Sabina. N/A
Sabina Derived from the Latin "Sabýnus"; from Sabina. N/A
Sabiniano Derived from the Latin "Sabinianus"; belonging to the Sabines. N/A
Sabino Derived from the Latin "Sabýnus"; from the land of the Sabines. N/A
Sabrina Name of Celtic origin; slender, thin. Sabrina
Sacerdote From the Latin "Sacerdotis", derived from "sacerdos"; bishop. In early Christianity, sacerdos meant bishop. N/A
Sadoc Variation of the Hebrew name "Sadoq"; righteous, just. N/A
Sadot Derived from Hebrew, latinized as "Sadath"; righteous, just. N/A
Saffiro From the Latin "sapphirus"; precious, sapphire. N/A
Saffo Derived from Greek, latinized as "Sappho"; cultured, learned, erudite. N/A
Sagare Derived from Hebrew, latinized as "Sagar"; candid, pure. N/A
Salaberga From ancient High German, latinized as "Salaberga"; of illustrious nobility. N/A
Saladino From the Arabic "Salaheddin", derived from "Salyk" and "Hedd"; armed and powerful. N/A
Salario Derived from Latin; from the valley of the Tiber, location where there was a street called Salaria. N/A
Salesio Rarely found name that was once given in honor of Saint Francis of Sales. N/A
Sallustia From Latin; she who is healthy. N/A
Sallustiano Derived from the Latin "Salustianus"; son or follower of Sallustio. Found also as Sallustio. N/A
Salome' From the Aramaic "Schaloma", derived from "scialom"; happy. N/A
Salomina Diminutive of Salome' with the same meaning. N/A
Salomone From the Hebrew "Shelam"; peaceful. Salomon
Salustio Derived from the Latin "salus"; health. Found also as Sallustio. N/A
Salutare Derived from the Latin "Salutaris"; wishing health. N/A
Salvatore Derived from the Latin "Salvator"; savior, he who saves. N/A
Salvino Abbreviation of "Diotisalvi"; may God save you. N/A
Salvio Derived from the Latin "Salvius"; free, safe. N/A
Salvo Derived from the Latin "Salvus"; free, safe. N/A
Samaritana Derived from the Hebrew "Sciomeron"; woman from Samaria. N/A
Samona From Greek, latinized as "Samonas", originating from Samos. N/A
Samuele Derived from the Hebrew "Smen¨-El"; God listened. Samuel
Sancia Feminine form of Sancio with the same meaning. N/A
Sancio Derived from the Spanish "Sancho", latinized as "Sancius"; good soul, good heart. N/A
Sandalo Derived from the Iberian, latinized as "Sandalus"; naive, simple. N/A
Sano Abrreviation of "Ansano"; in good health. N/A
Sansone Derived from Hebrew; small sun. Samson
Santa Derived from Latin; saintly. N/A
Santaromana Feminine name found mainly in the Emilia Romagna region; armed woman. N/A
Sante From the German "Sand"; truth. Found also as Santi. N/A
Santina Derived from Latin; small saint. N/A
Santino Derived from Latin; small or young saint. N/A
Santippa Feminine name derived from the Greek "Xanthippe"; blond rider. Found also as Santippe. N/A
Santo Derived from Latin; saint. N/A
Santorre Derived from the Greek "Xanthos"; golden blond. Found also as Santore and Santoro. Name given to those born on November 1st, All Saints Day, in Latin "Festum Sanctorum. N/A
Santuccia Name derived from Latin, found more often as Santuzza; small saint. N/A
Santulo Diminutive of Santo; small saint. N/A
Sapiente Derived from Latin; wise, prudent, intelligent. N/A
Sapore Derived from the Latin "sapor"; diplomatic, courteous. N/A
Sara Derived from the Hebrew "Sarah"; princess, lady. N/A
Sarbello From the Celtic "Sarbelius"; illustrious warrior. N/A
Sario Derived from Celtic; cleans, eradicates. N/A
Sarmata Name of ethnic origin; from Sarmazia. N/A
Satiro Derived from the Latin "Satyrus"; easy going, good hearted. N/A
Sativola Derived from Gaelic; learned woman. N/A
Satore Derived from the Latin "Sator"; cultivate, disseminate. N/A
Saturniano From Latin; sated, satisfied. N/A
Saturnina Feminine form of the Latin name "Saturnius"; malincoly, sad. N/A
Saturnino Derived from the Latin "Saturninus"; with a sad personality. N/A
Saturno Derived from the Latin "Saturnus", epiteth given to the god of agriculture; cultivator, disseminator. N/A
Saturo Derived from the Latin "Saturus; sated, satisfied. N/A
Saul From the Aramaic "Shaul", found also as "Saulle" and "Saulo"; desired, sought after. N/A
Saverio From the Spanish "Xavier"; luminous. N/A
Savignano Name of ethnic origin; from Savigny, locality found in France. N/A
Savina Feminine form of the Latin name "Savinus"; from Sabina. N/A
Saviniano From the Latin "Savinianus"; from Sabina. N/A
Savino Variation of the Latin name "Sabinus"; from Sabina. N/A
Scolastica Feminine form of the Latin name "Scolasticus"; woman teacher. N/A
Scubicolo From Celtic, latinized as "Scubiculus"; well built. N/A
Sebaldo Derived from ancient German, latinized as "Sebaldus"; achiever of victories.. N/A
Sebastiana Feminine form of Sebastiano with the same meaning. N/A
Sebastiano Derived from the Latin "Sebastianus; famous, illustrious. N/A
Sebbo From Gaelic, latinized as "Sebbus"; pale, ashen. Found also as Sebbe. N/A
Seconda Feminine form of Secondo with the same meaning. N/A
Secondario From the Latin "Secundarius"; after the first. N/A
Secondiano From the Latin "Secundianus"; belonging to Secondo. N/A
Secondilla Diminutive of Seconda with the same meaning. N/A
Secondina Derived from "Secundina", name of a Roman people who resided in Gaul, near present day Belgium. N/A
Secondino Masculine form of Secondina with the same meaning. N/A
Secondo Derived from the Latin "Secundus, name of numeral origin usually given to the second born child. N/A
Secondolo Diminutive of Secondo with the same meaning. N/A
Selene Derived from the Greek word "Selene", tha moon; divine being, luminous. Found also as Selena or in the masculine as Selenio. N/A
Selesio Derived from the Greek adjective "Selas"; he who shines brightly. N/A
Seleuco Derived from the Latin "Seleucus, name of ethnic origin; from Seleucia, locality in Asia Minor. N/A
Semiramide From the Assyrian "Samuramat"; he who loves doves. N/A
Sempronio Derived from the Greek "Sympeiros"; expert. N/A
Senatore From the Latin "Senator", derived from "senex"; wise. N/A
Senesio Name of Latin origin, derived from "senex"; ancient, wise old man. N/A
Sennen Ancient Latin name derived from the Hebrew "Senneser"; ivory treasure. N/A
Senoc Derived from Greek; old man. N/A
Senofonte Derived from the Greek "Xenophon"; he who exterminates . N/A
Senorina Derived from Celtic; young virgin. N/A
Senta Name of ethnic origin, from Slavic; from Zenta, ancient city in Yugoslavia. N/A
Sequano Derived from the Latin "Sequanus"; belonging to the Sequani, ancient tribe from Gaul, near Belgium. N/A
Serafina Feminine form of Serafino; sweet, most pure. N/A
Serafino Derived from the Hebrew "Seraph", latinized as "Seraphicus"; shining angel. N/A
Serapia Feminine name derived from the Latin "Serapion"; luminous, bright as the sun. N/A
Serapione Derived from Latin, originally Egyptian; the sun. N/A
Serena Feminine name of Latin origin; pure, happy. N/A
Serenella Diminutive of Serena with the same meaning. N/A
Serenico Variation of Sereno with the same meaning. N/A
Sereno Derived from the Latin "Serenus"; tranquil, serene. N/A
Sergio Derived from the Latin "Sergius"; to save, watch over, take care of. N/A
Serotina From Latin; late, tardive. N/A
Servando Derived from the Latin "Servandus"; servant. N/A
Servazio From the latin "Servatius", derived from "servatus"; saved. N/A
Servidio Name of Latin origin; he who serves God. Found also as Servadio and Servideo. N/A
Serviliano From the latin "Servilianus"; belonging to the Servilia family, ancient family from Albania. N/A
Servilio Derived from the latin "Servilianus"; belonging to the Servilia family. N/A
Servo Derived from the latin "Servus"; servant, or son of Servio. N/A
Servolo Derived from Latin; loves to serve. N/A
Servulo Derived from the latin "Servulus"; he who is a servant. N/A
Sesto From the latin "Sestius", derived from "sextus"; sixth. N/A
Set Derived from the Hebrew "Shat"; placed, put ther by God. Found also as Seth. N/A
Settimia Feminine form of the name Settimio with the same meaning. N/A
Settimino Diminutive of Settimo; born in seven months or born in the seventh month. N/A
Settimio Variation of Settimo, derived from the Latin name "Septimus"; name commonly given to the seventh child. N/A
Settimo Derived from the Latin name "Septimus"; name given to the seventh child. N/A
Severa Feminine form of Severo; austere, unyielding. N/A
Severiano Derived from the Latin "Severianus"; belonging to the Severo. N/A
Severino Diminutive of the name Severo; he who is rather stern, austere. N/A
Severo Derived from the Latin "Severus"; austere, stern. N/A
Siagrio From Greek, latinized as "Syagrius"; pig hunter. N/A
Siardo From Celtic, similar to Sario; cleanser. N/A
Sibilla Derived from the Doric "si˛s" and "bolla"; she who makes known God's will. N/A
Sicario From Hebrew; messenger, he who acts in the name of God. N/A
Sico From Greek, latinized as "Sicus"; fig. N/A
Sicuro Derived from the latin "Sicurus"; brave, secure. N/A
Sidonia Name of ethnic origin; from Sidone, ancient Phoenician locality. N/A
Sidonio Derived from the Hebrew "Zidoni"; born in Sidone, ancient Phoenician locality. Found also as Sydney. N/A
Sigfrido Derived from the ancient German "Siegfrid"; victorious defender. N/A
Sigiberto Derived from the ancient German "Sigibert"; famous for his victories. N/A
Sigismondo From the ancient German "Sigibert", derived from "sieg" and "mund"; victorious protector.. N/A
Sila From Greek, latinized as "Silas"; considerate. N/A
Silano Name of ethnic origin; from Sila. N/A
Silvano From the latin "Silvanus", derived from "silva"; inhabitant of the forest. Used in the feminine as Silvana. N/A
Silverio Derived from the Latin "Silverius"; he who loves the forest. N/A
Silvestro From the latin "Silvester", derived from "silva"; he who lives in the woods or forest. N/A
Silvia Feminine form of Silvio with the same meaning. Found also as Silviana. N/A
Silviano Derived from Latin; he who loves the woods. N/A
Silvino Derived from Latin; he who loves the woods. N/A
Silvio Derived from the latin "Silvius"; he who loves to live in the forest. N/A
Simeone Derived from the Hebrew "Scimeon"; he who was sent by God. N/A
Similiano Derived from the Latin "similianus"; he who backs up his words. N/A
Simitrio From Greek, latinized as "Sinitrius"; contemporary. N/A
Simmaco Derived from the Greek "Symmachos"; brother in arms, battle ally. N/A
Simone Derived from the Aramaic "Shimeon"; he who listens to and obeys God. N/A
Simonino Diminutive of Simone with the same meaning. N/A
Simplicia Feminine form of Simplicio with the same meaning. N/A
Simpliciano Derived from Latin; he who loves the simple life. N/A
Simplicio Derived from Latin; he who good, simple. N/A
Sindinio Derived from Greek, latinized as "Syndinius". Name of ethnic origin; from Sinda, city of Pisidia. N/A
Sindolfo Derived from ancient German, latinized as "Sindulphus"; powerful helper. N/A
Sinesio Derived from the Latin "Synesius". Name of ethnic origin; from Sines, locality in Portugal. N/A
Sinfloriano Derived from Celtic; old flower. N/A
Sinforiano Derived from Celtic; old flower. N/A
Sinforosa Feminine name of the Greek name "Symphoreo"; she who attracts all to her. N/A
Sinfronio Derived from Greek, latinized as "Symphronius"; he who loves to help his brother. N/A
Sinisio Variation of the name Sinesio with the same meaning. N/A
Sinistro Derived from the medieval French "gaucher"; on the side of the heart. N/A
Sinizio Variation of the name Sinesio with the same meaning. N/A
Sintiche Derived from Greek, latinized as "Syntyche"; plotter, conspirer. N/A
Sira Feminine name of Latin origin; inhabitant of Sira, ancient locality in Cirenaica. N/A
Sireno Derived from Greek, latinized as "Sirenus"; sweet sounding crooner. N/A
Siricio Derived from Greek, latinized as "Syricius"; from Syria. N/A
Siridione Derived from the Latin "Syridion". Name of ethnic origin; belonging to the Sirii, ancient Asian people. N/A
Siro Derived from Greek "Seiros", latinized as "Sirius"; ardent, splendid. N/A
Sisinio Derived from the Phoenician; splendidly gracious. N/A
Sisto From the ancient German "Sigist", derived from "Siext"; victorious warrior. N/A
Siviardo From ancient German, latinized as "Siviardus"; teacher of victory. N/A
Smaragdo From "Smaragdus", ancient Latin for Smeraldo; shining, luminous. N/A
Soave Derived from the Latin "Suavis"; pleasing to the senses. N/A
Sobele From Hebrew, latinized as "Sobel"; converted. N/A
Socrate From the Greek "Sokrates", derived from "s˛s" and "krÓtos";very healthy, stable. N/A
Sofia Derived from the Greek "Sophýa"; knowledge. N/A
Sofonia From Hebrew, latinized as "Sophonia"; spiritually devoted to the Lord. N/A
Sofronia Feminine form of Sofronio; wise, temperate. N/A
Sofronio Derived from the Greek "Sophronos" latinized as "Sophron"; prudent, judicious. N/A
Solange Ancient feminine name of Celtic origin; unique, chosen. Found also as Solanga. N/A
Solas Very ancient name of Egyptian origin; axis, pillar of the sun. Found also as Solano. N/A
Solennio From the Latin "Solemnius" derived from "solemnis"; famous, magnificently decorated. N/A
Solocone From Greek, latinized as "Solochanus"; old person from Cilicia. N/A
Solutore Derived from the Latin "Solutor "; payer. N/A
Sopatra Feminine form of the Latin name "Sosipater"; savior of the father. N/A
Sosipatro From Greek, latinized as "Sosipater"; savior of the father. N/A
Sosso From Greek, latinized as "Sosius"; traditional, moderate. N/A
Sostegno Derived from Latin; support. N/A
Sostene Derived from the Greek "sos" and "sthenos"; strong healthy man. N/A
Sosteneo From Greek, latinized as "Sosthenesu"; son of Sostene. N/A
Sostrato Derived from Latin; far away, missed. N/A
Sotera Ancient feminine name given to girls who escaped great danger; saved, protected. Name given in honor of the three goddesses: Minerva, Diana and Juno. N/A
Sotero Derived from the Greek "Sooter"; savior. N/A
Sozomene From ancient Ionian; society's strength. N/A
Sozonte From ancient French "Soux", in its diminutive "Sousin", derived from the Latin "Clesus"; divine, magnificent. Found also as Sozzino and Sozzo. N/A
Spano Derived from the Latin "Spanus"; Spaniard. N/A
Spartaco From Greek, latinized as "Spartacus"; disseminator, spreader of seeds. N/A
Speciosa Feminine form of the Latin name "Speciosus"; magnificent, splendid. N/A
Specioso Derived from the Latin "Speciosus"; magnificent, beautiful. N/A
Sperandea Name of Latin origin; divine aspiration. N/A
Speranza Name derived from Latin origin; hope. N/A
Speranzio Masculine form of "Speranza" with the same meaning. N/A
Sperato Derived from the Latin "Speratus"; loved, desired. N/A
Spes Name of Latin origin; hope. N/A
Spiridione From the Greek "Speiridion"; gift, donation. N/A
Spirito Derived from the Latin "Spiritus"; breath. N/A
Stache Derived from the Greek "Stachys"; ear of corn. N/A
Stanislao Derived from the Polish "Stanislaw"; glory to the state. N/A
Statteo From Greek, latinized as "Stacteus"; scented like mirrh. N/A
Stefania Derived from the Latin "StŔphana"; crown, garland. N/A
Stefano From Greek, latinized as "StŔphanus"; crowned. Found also as Stefanio. N/A
Stella Derived from Latin; shining like a star. N/A
Stercazio Derived from the Latin "Stercatius"; fertilizes the land. N/A
Stiliano Derived from the Latin "Stylianus"; he who is righteous. N/A
Stimmata Typically found in southern Italy, its origins could be traced to the stigmatas of Saint Francis. N/A
Stiriaco From Greek, latinized as "Styriacus"; cold as ice. N/A
Stratone From Greek, latinized as "Stratonis"; soldier, enrolled in the army. N/A
Stratonico Derived from Greek, latinized as "Stratonicus", name of ethnic origin; from Stratonicea. N/A
Sturmio From ancient Saxon; tempestuous, noisy. N/A
Successo Derived from the Latin "successus"; he who succedes in his undertakings. N/A
Suitberto Derived from German, latinized as "Suitbertus"; famous, well known. N/A
Sulpizio Derived from the Latin "Sulpicius"; belonging to the Sulpicia family. N/A
Surano From Greek, latinized as "Suranus"; has beautiful legs. N/A
Susanna Derived from the Aramaic "Shoshana"; lily. N/A
Svituno From Gaelic, latinized as "Suithunus"; he who loves his neighbor.N/A

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