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SHUFFLEBOTTOMEnglish
Meaning: "From a sheep valley"
SHUKLAIndian, Nepali, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Punjabi
Derived from Sanskrit शुक्ल (śukla) meaning "white, bright, pure".
SHUKRIArabic
Derived from Arabic شُكْرِيّ (šukriyy) meaning "thankful, of thanks".
SHULMANJewish
It is a Jewish-Polish surname that first appeared around 1090. It means Rabai, Gabbai, or Shamash. These are occupations that take place in a Shul-Synagogue. Shul is the Yiddish word for Synagogue. The name litterally means 'man that goes to the Synagogue'.
SHULTSJewish (Anglicized, Rare)
The name Shults comes from one of those ancient dukedoms, territories and states that would eventually form a part of present day Germany. At its birth in the Middle Ages, it was used to indicate someone who worked as a town-mayor derived from the medieval name "Schultheis" which has the same meaning.... [more]
SHURGOTPolish, English (American)
Americanized spelling of Szurgot.
SHVARTSEBORDYiddish
It literally means "black beard".
SHWETSUkrainian
Variant of Shwetz
SHYAMALANIndian (Rare), Malayalam (Rare)
Derived from the given name Shyamal or Shyama. This is the surname of Manoj "M. Night" Shyamalan (1970-), an Indian-American film director of Malayalam and Tamil ancestry.
SIChinese
From Chinese 司 (sī) meaning "to take charge of, to control, to manage" or "officer, official".
SIAWAkan
Meaning unknown.
SIBULEstonian
Sibul is an Estonian surname meaning both "onion" and "bulb".
SIDDIGNorthern African, Arabic
Derived from Arabic صَدِيق (ṣadīq) meaning "friend" (chiefly Sudanese).
SIDDIQPakistani, Muslim, Arabic
From the Arabic word صدیق (ṣadīq) meaning "friend" or "truthful" (see Siddiqi or Siddiqui). It was traditionally used as an honorific title or a nickname for a trustworthy person.
SIDDIQUIUrdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Bengali, Indian (Muslim)
Derived from Arabic صَادِق (ṣādiq) meaning "true, truthful, veracious". It was traditionally used as an honorific title or a nickname for a trustworthy person.
SIDERISGreek
Greek reduced and altered form of the personal name Isidoros (see Isadore), altered by folk etymology as if derived from sidero ‘iron’ (classical Greek sideron), and hence regarded as an omen name: ‘may the child grow up to be as strong as iron’.
SIDHUIndian (Sikh), Punjabi
Sikh clan name derived from Sanskrit सिद्ध (siddha) meaning "accomplished, proven".
SIDIQIPashto, Persian, Afghani
Means "the veracious" from Arabic صَدَقَ (ṣadaqa) meaning "to be truthful, to be sincere". It is also a variant of Persian Sadeghi.
SIDOROVRussian
Sidorov (Russian: Ñèäîðîâ) or Sidorova (feminine; Ñèäîðîâà) is a common Russian last name derived from the first name Sidor (Ñèäîð).
SIDWELLEnglish
From an English surname of uncertain origin, possibly originally a habitational name from an unidentified place with a second element from Old English well(a) ‘spring’, ‘stream’, but on the other hand early forms are found without prepositions... [more]
SIEBERGerman
The roots of the German surname Sieber can be traced to the Old Germanic word "Siebmacher," meaning "sieve maker." The surname is occupational in origin, and was most likely originally borne by someone who held this position
SIECKGerman
The name is originally spelled "Siecke". Eric Siecke came from Norway and settled in Holstein, Germany in the year 1307. The final "e" was dropped by most of the family, though one branch still retains it... [more]
SIEGFRIEDGerman
From a Germanic personal name composed of the elements sigi "victory" and fridu "peace". The German surname has also occasionally been adopted by Ashkenazic Jews.
SIEMIĄTKOWSKIPolish
It indicates familial origin within in either one of a cluster of Masovian villages.
SIENKOPolish
From the personal name Simon/Symon or Syzon
SIESZTRZEWITOWSKIPolish
A polish surname which is mostly used in Poland and polish area.
SIEVERTLow German, Dutch, Swedish
Derived from the given name SIVERT. A Sievert (Sv) is a unit measuring the effect of ionizing radiation on the human body (called equivalent absorbed radiation dose). It was named after Swedish medical physicist Rolf Sievert (1896 – 1966).
SIEWERTGerman
Derived from the Frisian and Low German given name Sievert.
SIGRAHMicronesian, Polynesian
In 2014, this was the most common surname in Micronesia.
SIGSWORTHEnglish
Originally denoting someone from Sigsworth Moor in North Yorkshire, England.
SIGÜENZASpanish
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous Manchego municipality.
SIGURÐARDÓTTIRIcelandic
Means "daughter of Sigurður" in Icelandic. This surname is used as a patronymic. Its masculine counterpart is Sigurðsson.
SIGURÐDÓTTIRIcelandic
Means "daughter of Sigurður" in Icelandic.
SIIDEREstonian
Siider is an Estonian surname meaning "cider".
SIIGEstonian
Siig is an Estonian surname meaning "lavaret" or "whitefish" (Coregonus lavaretus).
SIIGUREstonian
Siigur is an Estonian surname derived from "sigur" meaning "chicory".
SIIMEstonian
Siim is an Estonian surname (and given name); from the masculine given name "Siim".
SIIMAREstonian
Siimar is an Estonian surname, possibly from a variant of the masculine given name "Siim".
SIJBRANDIJFrisian
Comes from the Dutch name Sijbren which originates from the Roman Sybrandus
SIKAAkan
Meaning unknown.
SIKKEstonian
Sikk is an Estonian surname meaning "billy goat".
SIKKELEstonian
Sikkel is an Estonian surname derived from "sikk" meaning "billy goat".
SIKKENSDutch (Modern)
Son of Sikke (or Sikko)
SILBERGerman, Jewish
From Middle High German "silber," meaning "silver." Metonymic occupational name for a silversmith, or often, in the case of the Jewish surname, an ornamental name.
SILBERMANGerman, Jewish
Variant of Silber, with the addition of Middle High German man meaning "man" or Yiddish man meaning "man".
SILBERSTEINGerman, Jewish
From Middle High German silber "silver" and stein "stone"; a habitational name from a place so named in Bavaria, or a topographic name.... [more]
SILDEstonian
Sild is an Estonian name meaning "bridge".
SILKEnglish, Irish
English: metonymic occupational name for a silk merchant, from Middle English selk(e), silk(e) ‘silk’. ... [more]
SILLEnglish
English: from a medieval personal name, a short form of Silvester (see Silvester) or Silvanus (see Silvano).
SILLAEstonian
Silla is an Estonian surname meaning "bridges".
SILLAMAAEstonian
Sillamaa is an Estonian surname meaning "bridge land".
SILLAMÄEEstonian
Sillamäe is an Estonian surname meaning "bridge hill/mountain".
SILLAOTSEstonian
Sillaots is an Estonian surname meaning "bridge end".
SILLASOOEstonian
Sillasoo is an Estonian surname meaning "bridge swamp/marsh".
SILLASTEEstonian
Sillaste is an Estonian surname meaning "pertaining to bridges".
SILLITOEEnglish
A different form of Shillito (which is 'a name of unknown derivation and meaning, probably originating in Yorkshire'), borne by British novelist, short-story writer and poet Alan Sillitoe (1928-2010).
SILVERSTONEEnglish
Obviously means "silver stone." In addition to people, this is the name of a racetrack in the village of the same name in England.
SILVESTRINIItalian
Means "Little Tree" or "Little Woods." Derived from the given name SILVESTER.
SILVIOItalian
From the personal name Silvio (Latin Silvius, a derivative of silva "wood").
SIMScottish, Dutch
Scottish and Dutch: from the personal name Sim, a short form of Simon.
SIMChinese, Korean
Korean form of Shen and Chinese variant romanization of Shen.
SIMANTOVHebrew (Modern)
Means "good sign", derived from Hebrew סימן (siman) means "sign" and טוב (tov) means "good".
SIMBECKGerman
Originates from the German prefix sim meaning "of the head" and the German word becka meaning "bull". When combined in this order, the meaning was "bull-headed", meaning stubborn and obstinant.
ŠIMENCCroatian
Derived from the forename Šime.
ŠIMIĆCroatian, Serbian
Means "son of Šimo".
ŠIMIČIĆCroatian
Šimičić comes from the name Šimun, which is the Croatian form of Simeon, which means flatter and/or listener.... [more]
SIMKINEnglish
Means "little Sim", Sim being a medieval short form of Simon (cf. Simpkin).
SIMKINJewish
Means "son of Simke", Simke being a diminutive of the Yiddish feminine name Sime (from Hebrew Simcha, literally "joy").
SIMMGerman
A shortening of the given name Simon.
SIMMEstonian
Simm is an Estonian surname, a variant of the masculine given name "Simon".
SIMMERSEnglish
English patronymic from Summer.
SIMMOEstonian
Simmo is an Estonian surname and masculine given name; a variant of the name "Simon".
SIMONETTIItalian
The name Simonetti originated from the personal name Simon, itself a derivative of the Hebrew name "Sim'on," from the verb "sama" meaning "to listen." Thus, the name Simonetti means "God has listened," referring to the gratitude of the parents who, having wished for a child, had their prayers answered.... [more]
SIMONIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Simone
SIMONIANArmenian (Expatriate)
Variant transcription of Simonyan used by Armenians living outside Armenia.
SIMONOVRussian
Means "son of Simon".
SIMONOVICHRussian
Means "Son of Simon".
SIMPLETONEnglish
A name for someone who is simple, derived from old English.
ŞIMŞEKTurkish
Means "lightning" in Turkish. This word refers to lightning that streaks across the sky, while the term yıldırım denotes lightning that strikes the ground (see Yıldırım).
ŠIMUNCroatian
Derived from the forename Šimun.
ŠIMUNDIĆCroatian
Means "son of Šimun".
ŠIMUNECCroatian
Means "son of Šimun".
ŠIMUNIĆCroatian
Means "son of Šimun".
ŠIMUNKOVIĆCroatian
Derived from the forename Šimun.
ŠIMUNOVIĆCroatian
Means ''son of Šimun''.
SINChinese
Probably a variant of Shen or Xin.
SINKorean
Variant of Shin.
SINATRAItalian
Comes from a personal name in Sicily and souther Calabria. The name was apparently in origin a nickname from Latin senator member of the Roman senate, Latin senatus, a derivative of senex ‘old’... [more]
SINCLAIRFrench
Derived from a Norman French place name meaning "Saint Claire".
SINCLAIRScottish (Anglicized)
Clan Sinclair is a Scottish clan, which held lands in the highlands; thought to have come to Scotland from France after the Norman invasion.
SINEATHEnglish, Irish
Variant of Sinnott. Not to be confused with the Irish first name Sinéad.
SINGGerman, Chinese (Cantonese), Indian
German: probably a variant of Seng. ... [more]
SINGERGerman
variant of Sänger, in the sense of ‘poet’
SINGHAIndian, Bengali, Assamese, Thai
Derived from Sanskrit सिंह (siṃhá) meaning "lion".
SINGLETONEnglish
Habitational name from places in Lancashire and Sussex.
SINHAIndian, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese, Marathi
From Sanskrit सिंह (siṃhá) meaning "lion".
SINIJÄRVEstonian
Sinijärv is an Estonian surname meaning "blue lake".
SINISSAAREstonian
Sinissaar is an Estonian surname meaning "blue island".
SINIVEEEstonian
Sinivee is an Estonian surname meaning "blue water".
SINNOTTEnglish, Irish
From the medieval personal name Sinod (from Old English Sigenōth, literally "victory-brave").... [more]
SINTASFrench (Landes & Pryenees)
Found in the communes of Habas and Osages
SIODINAMedieval Spanish
Use by some Filipinos/Spanish
SIONÓIDIrish
Gaelicization of Sinnott.
SIPELGASEstonian
Sipelgas is an Estonian surname meaning "ant".
SIRELPUUEstonian
Sirelpuu is an Estonian name meaning "lilac tree".
SIRIBOEAkan
Meaning unknown.
SIRPEstonian
Sirp is an Estonian surname meaning "sickle".
SISCzech
Derived from German süss "sweet".
SISNETTEnglish (Rare)
Found in Barbados.
SISSELMANYiddish
Possibly from German meaning "sweet man"
SISSONEnglish
metronymic from the medieval female personal name Siss, Ciss, short for Sisley, Cecilie, or possibly from a pet form of Sisley (with the old French diminutive suffix -on). variant of Sessions.
SITDIKOVBashkir, Tatar
Either derived from Arabic صَدِيق (ṣadīq) meaning "friend" or صَادِق (ṣādiq) meaning "true, truthful, veracious".
SIVELLEFrench
A rare surname.
SIVERTSONAmerican
Americanized form of Sivertsen or Sivertsson.
SIVERTSSONSwedish
Swedish cognate of Sivertsen.
SJÖBERGSwedish
Combination of Swedish sjö "lake" and berg "mountain, hill".
SJÖBLOMSwedish
Combination of Swediah sjö "lake" and blom "bloom".
SJOERDSMAFrisian, Dutch
Derived from the Frisian given name Sjoerd combined with the Frisian surname suffix -(s)ma, which is most likely derived from Old Frisian monna meaning "men".... [more]
SJÖGRENSwedish
Ornamental name comprised of Swedish sjö "lake" and gren "branch".
SJÖMANSwedish
Means "seaman, sailor" in Swedish, although this name is more likely to be an ornamental name composed of Swedish sjö "lake" and man "man". A notable bearer is film director Vilgot Sjöman (1924-2006).
SJÖÖSwedish
Derived from Swedish sjö "lake".
SJÖSTRÖMSwedish
Ornamental name composed of Swedish sjö "lake" and ström "stream, small river".
SJUNNESSONSwedish
Means "son of SJUNNE".
SKAGGSEnglish
English name of unknown meaning occurring mainly in Hertfordshire. A noted bearer is American country music artist Ricky Skaggs (1954-).
SKARSGÅRDSwedish (Rare)
Allegedly a habitational name derived from Skärlöv, a village located on the island of Öland, Kalmar County, Sweden. The name of the village is, according to very uncertain sources, said to mean Skares gård "Skare's farm"... [more]
SKARSTADNorwegian
From a farm named Skarstad
SKAUNorwegian, Danish
Ultimately derived from Old Norse skógr "forest".
SKAWINSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from Skawina in Kraków province.
SKEIENorwegian
From Old Norse skeið "race, horse race".
SKELTONEnglish, German, Norwegian (Rare)
Habitational name from places in Cumbria and Yorkshire, England, originally named with the same elements as Shelton, but with a later change of ‘s’ to ‘sk’ under Scandinavian influence.
SKËNDOAlbanian
Ancestors of Skënderbeu
SKIBNIEWSKIPolish
This indicates familial origin within either of 2 Podlachian villages: Skibniew-Kurcze or Skibniew-Podawce.
SKIPWORTHAnglo-Saxon
is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and is a locational name from Skipwith in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The placename was recorded as "Schipewic" in the Domesday Book of 1086; as "Scipewiz" in the 1166 Pipe Rolls of the county; and as "Skipwith" in the 1291 Pipe Rolls, and derives from the Olde English pre 7th Century "sceap, scip", sheep, and "wic", outlying settlement; hence, "settlement outside the village where sheep were kept"... [more]
SKLENÁŘCzech
Means "glassworker".
SKLORENKOUkrainian
Glassmakers son
SKLUEFFRussian (Latinized, Rare, ?)
Means bird of prey. From Russia. Was changed by the government from Cellieic letters to Latin letters. Unknown if it was change in Russia or Harbin, Chun where they escaped Bolshevism.
SKOGNorwegian, Swedish
Means "forest" in Norwegian and Swedish.
SKÖLDSwedish
Means "shield" in Swedish.
SKOOGSwedish
Variant of SKOG.
SKOVDanish
Means "forest" or "woods" in Danish.
SKOWROŃSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Skowronów, Skowronna, or Skowronki, all named with Polish skowronek meaning "skylark".
SKRZYPCZAKPolish
One who plays a stringed instrument... [more]
SKRZYSZEWSKIPolish
This indicates familial origin within the Lesser Polish village of Skrzyszew.
ŠKUDLÁREKCzech
Nickname for a stingy person, from a derivative Czech škudil meaning "stingy","tight-fisted".
SKURAPolish
Polish name meaning tanner.
SKUTNIKRomanian
Derived from the historical term scutnic.... [more]
SKWIERCZYŃSKIPolish
This indicates familial origin within a cluster of 3 Podlachian villages: Skwierczyn-Dwór, Skwierczyn Lacki, & Skwierczyn-Wieś.
SKYEEnglish (Anglicized, Rare)
Originates from the Isle of Skye in Scotland.
SKYRINGEnglish
originated around London home counties,... [more]
SKYWALKERPopular Culture
The surname of Anakin and Luke Skywalker from the film series "Star Wars". Presumably derived from the two English words sky and walk.
SLACKEnglish, Dutch, Scottish
English and Dutch: nickname for an idle person, from Middle Dutch slac, Middle English slack, ‘lazy’, ‘careless’. ... [more]
SLANIUS?
Descendent of Royalty.
SLATEEnglish
Occupational name for a slater, from Middle English slate, "slate".
SLATTERYIrish (Anglicized, Modern)
Irish (Munster): reduced form of O’Slattery, an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Slat(ar)ra ‘descendant of Slatra’, a byname meaning "robust", "strong", "bold".
SLAWSONEnglish
Slawson is an English surname meaning "unexplained".
SLEDGEEnglish
Sledge. Refers to a sledge as a sled.
SLIMEnglish
A characteristic name for someone noted for being thin.
SLIMANIArabic (Maghrebi)
From the given name Slimane (chiefly Algerian and Moroccan).
SŁODKIPolish
It means "sweet" in Polish.
SLOJKOWSKIPolish
Literally Means: ""Slow Cow Ski"" Family name created by the creation of a winter-sport in Poland/Germany, where for village entertainment, the local dairy farm would take their slowest (for reasons of safety) cows & place them on oversized set of snow ski's... [more]
SŁOMIŃSKIPolish
This indicates familial origin within either of 2 Masovian villages named Słomin.
SŁOMKOWSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from places called Słomków, Słomkowa, or Słomkowo, all named with słomka meaning "little straw".
SLONIMJewish
Habitational name from Slonim, a city in Belarus.
SLOUGHEnglish
A very rare surname, possibly of German origins.
SLOVENSKYCzech
Ethnic name for someone from Slovakia or who had connections with Slovakia.
SLOWINSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from Slowin in Gorzów voivodeship. From the adjective slowinski, denoting a member of the Slowincy, a Slavic people living in Pomerania.
SLUCKIBelarusian
Means "of Sluck", a town in the Minsk region.
SLUITERDutch
Occupation name for a porter, or gatekeeper. Also an occupational name for someone who made and poured alcohol. "The one who pours the alcohol." - Middle Dutch Sluter. Compare to English Porter.
SLUTSKYJewish
Habitational name for someone from Slutsk, a city in Belarus.
SLYNGEROld Danish
user of a sling. ... [more]
SLYVESTREItalian
Derived from the given name Sylvester.
SMALLEYEnglish, Cornish (?)
Locational surname from places in Derbyshire and Lancashire, so called from Old English smæl ‘narrow’ + leah ‘wood’, ‘clearing’. This may also be a Cornish name with an entirely separate meaning.
SMARCHUkrainian (Anglicized), Russian (Anglicized)
Smarch is most likely an anglicized form of the surnames Smarchkov, Smarchkova, Smarchi, Smarchevsky, and Smarchevskaya.... [more]
SMARTEnglish
From Old English (smeart) meaning "quick". This surname was used to refer to person who worked as a handyman.
SMEATONEnglish
From Old English Smiðatun meaning "settlement of the smiths".
SMEDNorwegian, Swedish, Danish
Scandinavian cognate of Smith.
SMETANACzech
Means "cream".
ŠMIGIÆSerbian
It is old Serbian surname.It's origins are probably from Kosovo.
ŚMIGIELSKIPolish
This indicates familial origin within the Greater Polish town of Śmigiel.
SMILEYScots, English
From elements small and lea meaning "a small clearing" or as a nickname may refer to a person of happy disposition known for smiling.
SMIRNOFFRussian
Variant spelling of Smirnov.
SMIRNOVRussian
Derived from Russian смирный (smirniy) meaning "quiet, still, peaceful, gentle". This is one of the most common surnames in Russia.
SMIRNOVARussian
Feminine equivalent of Smirnov.
SMITHEEnglish (Rare)
Rare spelling of Smith.
SMITHEREnglish
Occupational surname SMITH with the suffix -er.
SMITHERSEnglish
Patronymic from SMITHER.
SMOCKEnglish
From Middle English smoc, smok meaning "smock", "shift", hence a metonymic occupational name for someone who made or sold such garments, or a nickname for someone who habitually wore a smock (the usual everyday working garment of a peasant).
SMOKEEnglish, German, German (Austrian)
Possibly a variant of English Smock or an altered form of German Schmuck.
SMOKVINACroatian
Derived from smokva meaning ''fig''.
SMOLDERSBelgian (Modern)
A Flemish occupational name equivalent to "Miller", meaning a person who operated a wind or water mill for grinding grain.
SMULLENIrish
Irish: reduced Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Smolláin, according to Patrick Woulfe, a variant of Ó Spealáin (see Spillane).
SMYTHEnglish
Creative spelling of the surname Smith.
SNAPEEnglish (British), Scottish
An old, now rare surname, with various origins in Suffolk and Yorkshire in England and Lanarkshire in Scotland. This is also the name of Severus Snape, a character from J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter book series.
SNARKEnglish
History largely unknown. The word's original meaning, in the mid-nineteenth century, was to snort / snore, or to find fault. ... [more]
SNELSONEnglish
Means "son of Snell", Snell being a nickname for a brisk or active person, from Middle English snell "quick, lively" (cf. the Dutch cognate Snell), but "in part also representing a survival of the Old English personal name Snell or the Old Norse cognate Snjallr."
SNOWEnglish, Jewish (Anglicized)
Nickname denoting someone with very white hair or an exceptionally pale complexion, from Old English snaw "snow".... [more]
SNOWDENEnglish
Habitational name from Snowden, a place in West Yorkshire named from Old English snāw ‘snow’ + dūn ‘hill’, i.e. a hill where snow lies long.
SNOWDONEnglish
Variant spelling of Snowden, a surname initially used by the Border Reivers. Comes from the mountain in Wales.
SNOWEEnglish
Variation of Snow.
SNYDERDutch, English, German, Yiddish, Jewish
Means "tailor" in Dutch, an occupational name for a person who stitched coats and clothing.... [more]
SNYMANAfrikaans
Afrikaans version of the German surname Schneider, which is German for tailor.
SOKorean
Although there are two Chinese characters for the So surname, one of these is extremely rare and can be discounted (there are only about two hundred people in Korea who use this rare character). Some records indicate that the more common character for So has as many as 165 clans, but only eleven of them can be documented... [more]
SOChinese (Cantonese)
A Cantonese form of Su.
Hungarian
Metonymic occupational name for a salt seller or producer, from ‘salt’.
SOAMESMedieval English
First recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 with that of Warin de Saham, lord of the manor. It is therefore one earliest of all surnames recorded anywhere, being locational from a village called Soham in the county of Cambridgeshire... [more]
SOAPAmerican
a guy in call of duty modern warfare
SOBANSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Sobanice, in Ciechanów voivodeship.
SÕBEREstonian
Sõber is an Estonian surname meaning "friend".
SOBIROVUzbek
Means "son of Sobir".
SOBRANIEMacedonian (Rare)
Sobranie means "Parliament" in Macedonian.
SÖDERSwedish
Swedish surname meaning "south".
SÖDERBERGSwedish
Combination of Swedish söder "south" and berg "mountain".
SODERBERGEnglish (Anglicized)
Anglicized form of Swedish Söderberg
SÖDERLUNDSwedish
Swedish ornamental name. A combination of söder "south" and lund "grove".
SÖDERMANSwedish
From Swedish söder "south" and man "man".
SÖDERSTRÖMSwedish
Swedish ornamental name. A combination of söder "south" and ström "stream".