Silas

Silas Meaning and Origin

The name Silas is a boy’s name meaning “the youngest” and is of Irish origin. It is also a male given name of Greek origin, meaning “forest” or “woodland”. In the Bible, Silas was a companion of the apostle Paul on his missionary journeys, and he is sometimes identified as Silvanus in the New Testament. The name Silas has been in use since ancient times, and has experienced a revival in popularity in recent years. It is currently a popular name in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom, among other countries. Some notable people with the name Silas include Silas Deane, an American diplomat during the Revolutionary War, Silas Marner, the protagonist of a novel by George Eliot, and Silas Weir Mitchell, an American physician and writer.

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