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List of Biblical names starting with S

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List of Biblical names
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  • Sabaoth, Lord of hosts
  • Sabeans, captivity; conversion; old age
  • Sabtah, a going about or circuiting; old age
  • Sabtechah, that surrounds; that causes wounding
  • Sacar, wares; a price
  • Sadducees, followers of Sadoc, or Zadok
  • Sadoc, or Zadok, just; righteous
  • Salah, mission; sending
  • Salamis, shaken; test; beaten
  • Salathiel, asked or lent of God
  • Salcah, thy basket; thy lifting up
  • Salem, complete or perfect peace
  • Salim, foxes; fists; path
  • Sallai, Sallu, an exaltation; a basket
  • Salma, peace; perfection
  • Salmon, peaceable; perfect; he that rewards
  • Salome, same as Salmon
  • Samaria, watch-mountain
  • Samlah, his raiment; his left hand; his astonishment
  • Samos, full of gravel
  • Samothracia, an island possessed by the Samians and Thracians
  • Samson, his sun; his service; there the second time
  • Samuel, heard of God; asked of God
  • Sanballat, bramble-bush; enemy in secret
  • Sanhedrin, sitting together
  • Sansannah, bough or bramble of the enemy
  • Saph, rushes; sea-moss
  • Saphir, delightful
  • Sapphira, that relates or tells
  • Sarah, lady; princess; princess of the multitude
  • Sarai, my lady; my princess
  • Sardis, prince of joy
  • Sardites, removing a dissension
  • Sarepta, a goldsmith's shop
  • Sargon, who takes away protection
  • Sarid, remaining; hand of a prince
  • Saron, same as Sharon
  • Sarsechim, master of the wardrobe
  • Saruch, branch; layer; lining
  • Satan, contrary; adversary; enemy; accuser
  • Saul, demanded; lent; ditch; death
  • Sceva, disposed; prepared
  • Seba, a drunkard; that turns
  • Sebat, twig; scepter; tribe
  • Secacah, shadow; covering; defense
  • Sechu, defense; bough
  • Secundus, second
  • Segub, fortified; raised
  • Seir, Seirath, hairy; goat; demon; tempest
  • Sela, a rock
  • Sela-hammah-lekoth, rock of divisions
  • Selah, the end; a pause
  • Seled, affliction; warning
  • Seleucia, shaken or beaten by the waves
  • Sem, same as Shem
  • Semachiah, joined to the Lord
  • Semaiah, obeying the Lord
  • Semei, hearing; obeying
  • Senaah, bramble; enemy
  • Seneh, same as Senaah
  • Senir, bed-candle; changing
  • Sennacherib, bramble of destruction
  • Seorim, gates; hairs; tempests
  • Sephar, book; scribe; number
  • Sepharad, a book descending
  • Sepharvaim, the two books; the two scribes
  • Serah, lady of scent; song; the morning star
  • Seraiah, prince of the Lord
  • Seraphim, burning; fiery
  • Sered, dyer's vat
  • Sergius, net
  • Serug, branch; layer; twining
  • Seth, put; who puts; fixed
  • Sethur, hid; destroying
  • Shaalabbim, understanding, or son of a fox
  • Shaalbim, that beholds the heart
  • Shaalbonite, a fox's building
  • Schaaph, fleeing; thinking
  • Shaaraim, gates; valuation; hairs
  • Shaashgaz, he that presses the fleece; that shears the sheep
  • Shabbethai, my rest
  • Shachia, protection of the Lord
  • Shadrach, tender, nipple
  • Shage, touching softly; multiplying much
  • Shalem, same as Salem
  • Shalim, same as Salim
  • Shalisha, three; the third; prince; captain
  • Shallum, perfect; agreeable
  • Shalmai, my garment
  • Shalman, peaceable; perfect; that rewards
  • Shalmaneser, peace; tied; chained; perfection; retribution
  • Shamariah, throne or keeping of the Lord
  • Shamed, destroying; wearing out
  • Shamer, keeper; thorn; dregs
  • Shamgar, named a stranger; he is here a stranger
  • Shamhuth, desolation; destruction
  • Shamir, Shamer, prison; bush; lees; thorn
  • Shammah, loss; desolation; astonishment
  • Shammai, my name; my desolations
  • Shammoth, names; desolations
  • Shammuah, he that is heard; he that is obeyed
  • Shamsherai, there a singer or conqueror
  • Shapham, Shaphan, rabbit; wild rat; their lip; their brink
  • Shaphat, judge
  • Sharai, my lord; my prince; my song
  • Sharar, navel; thought; singing
  • Sharezer, overseer of the treasury, or of the storehouse
  • Sharon, his plain; his song
  • Shashai, rejoicing; mercy; linen
  • Shashak, a bag of linen; the sixth bag
  • Shaul, Saul, asked; lent; a grave
  • Shaveh, the plain; that makes equality
  • Shealtiel, same as Salathiel
  • Sheariah, gate of the Lord; tempest of the Lord
  • Shear-jashub, the remnant shall return
  • Sheba, captivity; old man; repose; oath
  • Shebam, compassing about; old men
  • Shebaniah, the Lord that converts, or recalls from captivity
  • Shebarim, breakings; hopes
  • Sheber, breaking; hope
  • Shebna, who rests himself; who is now captive
  • Shebuel, turning, or captivity, or seat, of God
  • Shecaniah, habitation of the Lord
  • Shechem, part; portion; back early in the morning
  • Shedeur, field of light; light of the Almighty
  • Shehariah, mourning or blackness of the Lord
  • Shelah, that breaks; that unties; that undresses
  • Shelemiah, God is my perfection; my happiness; my peace
  • Sheleph, who draws out
  • Shelesh, captain; prince
  • Shelomi, Shelomith, my peace; my happiness; my recompense
  • Shelumiel, same as Shelemiah
  • Shem, name; renown
  • Shema, hearing; obeying
  • Shemaiah, that hears or obeys the Lord
  • Shemariah, God is my guard
  • Shemeber, name of force; name of the strong
  • Shemer, guardian; thorn
  • Shemida, name of knowledge; that puts knowledge
  • Sheminith, eighth (an eight-stringed instrument)
  • Shemiramoth, the height of the heavens
  • Shemuel, appointed by God
  • Shen, tooth; ivory; change
  • Shenazar, treasurer of a tooth
  • Shenir, lantern; light that sleeps
  • Shephatiah, the Lord that judges
  • Shephi, beholder; honeycomb; garment
  • Shepho, desert
  • Shephuphan, serpent
  • Sherah, flesh; relationship
  • Sherebiah, singing with the Lord
  • Sheshach, bag of flax or linen
  • Sheshai, six; mercy; flax
  • Sheshan, lily; rose; joy; flax
  • Sheshbazzar, joy in tribulation; joy of the vintage
  • Shethar, putrefied; searching
  • Shethar-boznai, that makes to rot; that seeks those who despise me
  • Sheva, vanity; elevation; fame; tumult
  • Shibboleth, Sibboleth, ear of corn; stream or flood
  • Shibmah, overmuch captivity, or sitting
  • Shicron, drunkenness; his gift; his wages
  • Shiggaion, a song of trouble or comfort
  • Shihon, sound; wall of strength
  • Shihor-libnah, blackness of Libnah
  • Shilhi, Shilhim, bough; weapon; armor
  • Shillem, peace; perfection; retribution
  • Shiloah, same as Siloah
  • Shiloh, sent
  • Shiloh (name of a city), peace; abundance
  • Shilom, tarrying; peace-maker
  • Shilshah, three; chief; captain
  • Shimeah, Shimeath, that hears, or obeys; perdition
  • Shimei, Shimi, that hears or obeys; my reputation; my fame
  • Shimeon, same as Simeon
  • Shimma, same as Shimeah
  • Shimon, providing well; fatness; oil
  • Shimrath, hearing; obedient
  • Shimshai, my son
  • Shimri, thorn; dregs
  • Shimrith, Shimron, same as Shimri
  • Shinab, father of changing
  • Shinar, watch of him that sleeps
  • Shiphi, multitude
  • Shiphrah, handsome; trumpet; that does good
  • Shisha, of marble; pleasant
  • Shishak, present of the bag; of the pot; of the thigh
  • Shitrai, gatherer of money
  • Shittim, thorns
  • Shiza, this gift
  • Shoa, kings; tyrants
  • Shobab, returned; turned back; a spark
  • Shobach, your bonds; your chains
  • Shobai, turning captivity
  • Shobal, path; ear of corn
  • Shobek, made void; forsaken
  • Shochoh, defense; a bough
  • Shoham, keeping back
  • Shomer, keeper; dregs
  • Shophach, pouring out
  • Shophan, rabbit; hid
  • Shoshannim, those that shall be changed
  • Shua, crying; saving
  • Shuah, ditch; swimming; humiliation
  • Shual, fox; path; first
  • Shubael, returning captivity; seat of God
  • Shuham, talking; thinking; humiliation; budding
  • Shulamite, peaceable; perfect; that recompenses
  • Shunem, their change; their sleep
  • Shuni, changed; sleeping
  • Shuphim, Shuppim, wearing them out; their shore
  • Shur, wall; ox; that beholds
  • Shushan, lily; rose; joy
  • Shuthelah, plant; verdure; moist; pot
  • Sia, moving; help
  • Sibbechai, bough; cottage; of springs
  • Sibmah, conversion; captivity
  • Sichem, portion; shoulder
  • Siddim, the tilled field
  • Sidon, hunting; fishing; venison
  • Sigionoth, according to variable songs or tunes,
  • Sihon, rooting out; conclusion
  • Sihor, black; trouble (the river Nile)
  • Silas, three, or the third
  • Silla, exalting
  • Siloa, Siloam, Siloe, same as Shilhi
  • Silvanus, who loves the forest
  • Simeon, that hears or obeys; that is heard
  • Simon, that hears; that obeys
  • Sin, bush
  • Sinai, a bush; enmity
  • Sinim, south country,
  • Sion, noise; tumult
  • Sippai, threshold; silver cup
  • Sinon, a breast-plate; deliverance
  • Sisamai, house; blindness
  • Sisera, that sees a horse or a swallow
  • Sitnah, hatred
  • Sivan, a bush or thorn
  • Smyrna, myrrh
  • So, a measure for grain; vail
  • Socoh, tents; tabernacles
  • Sodi, my secret
  • Sodom, their secret; their cement
  • Solomon, peaceable; perfect; one who recompenses
  • Sopater, Sosipater, who defends the father
  • Sophereth, scribe, numbering
  • Sorek, vine; hissing; a color inclining to yellow
  • Sosthenes, savior; strong; powerful
  • Sotai, conclusion in pleading; binding
  • Spain, rare; precious
  • Stachys, spike or ear of corn
  • Stephanas, crown; crowned
  • Stephen, same as Stephanas
  • Suah, speaking; entreating; ditch
  • Succoth, tents; tabernacles
  • Succoth-benoth, the tents of daughters, or young women; or prostitutes
  • Sud, my secret
  • Sur, that withdraws or departs; rebellion
  • Susanna, lily; rose; joy
  • Susi, horse; swallow; moth
  • Sychar, end
  • Syene, a bush; enmity
  • Syntyche, that speaks or discourses
  • Syracuse, that draws violently

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