“S” names for girls sound very soft, strong, and almost regal. This list rounds up 10 unique “S” names for girls that are rare, unusual, and uncommon. Consider this your source for the most unique “S” names you ever heard. Check them out below.
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The name Sabine is a girl’s name of French and German origin meaning “woman of the Sabine people”. It is the French and German form of Sabina. The name is derived from Latin Sabinus, meaning a member of the Sabine tribe. Parents who like the sound of names ending in -ine but want a more unusual option may want to consider Sabine, which is popular in France but has yet to hit stateside.
You may also like: Sabina, Savina, Savine
The name Sahara is a girl’s name of Arabic origin meaning “desert”. Place names can be cool, but some of them are a little played out. But Sahara feels fresh and cool. Sahara also makes a good choice for parents looking to honor their Arabic or African roots.
You may also like: Suri, Siria, Sahana
The name Sana is a girl’s name of Arabic origin meaning “radiance”. Simple, yet a little bit mysterious, feminine, and totally uncommon, this is a beautiful “s” name option for a little girl.
You may also like: Senna, Sansa, Seda
The name Seneca is a girl’s name of Latin origin meaning “old”. Seneca was a name borne by the Roman philosopher, Lucius Annaeus Seneca. Alternatively, Seneca is a Native American name meaning: “protectors of the western wall”. The name is also derived from Dutch Sennecas, a name for the Iroquois tribes in which a town in upper New York Seneca, is named after. A name for parents who aren’t afraid of anything, Seneca is both cute and totally original. I mean, how many Seneca’s do you already know in real life?
You may also like: Sequoia, Sonoma, Saskia
The name Seraphine is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning “burning one”. Seraphine is delicate, girly, and is one of a kind name. Also, it gives you a wide choice of nicknames.
You may also like: Seraphina, Seraia, Stelara
The name Seren is a unisex name of Welsh origin meaning “star”. If finding a quirky name that we don’t hear often is what parents strive to find, Seren is one of those names. It’s a gender-neutral name that would make a little girl stand out in the best way.
You may also like: Serene, Sarine, Sabrine
The name Sirianna is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning “lord, master”. Sirianna is a sweet and romantic Italian name full of attitude. The name is sassy and soft, and any girl who goes by it will always leave a lasting impression.
You may also like: Sabrena, Saviena, Sidera
The name Sora is a girl’s name of Japanese origin meaning “sky”. Sora sounds mystical and slightly exotic. It’s feisty and filled with attitude, perfect for a fierce little girl.
You may also like: Siora, Sorana, Seila
The name Sorrel is a girl’s name of French origin meaning “sour”, from the word for the plant from Old French surele derived from sur ‘sour’. Another unusual name, Sorrel, isn’t on any top baby name list that we’ve ever seen. Chances are it won’t ever become that popular due to its meaning, but don’t write it off. This chic French name is perfect for a girl who is independent, cool and marches to the beat of her own drum.
You may also like: Solana, Savona, Seva
The name Sorcha is a girl’s name of Gaelic origin meaning “brightness”. The name is strong and feisty and has a ton of character, making it easy to fall in love with.
You may also like: Sakari, Shoshana, Samara