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SABIA (f.) - Gaelic 'sweet'; lisse "sweet", so Lisse as such

SABINE (f.) - Latin 'Sabine woman'; no clue what 'Sabine' means, perhaps might be adapted to Quenya: savine, nis "woman", so Savinis

SABRINA (f.) - said to mean 'dropper'; lanta "fall", so perhaps Lantare

SALOME (m.) - Heb. 'peace'; sére "peace", thus Séro

SALVADOR (m.) - Spanish 'protector'; varya- "to protect", so Varyar

SAMANTHA (f.) - perhaps Aramaic 'listener'; lasta "to listen", so maybe Lastande (cf. Serinde "[she] weaver")

SAMSON (m.) - Heb. 'child of Sun'; Anar "Sun"; -ion "-son" thus Anarion or more probably Anárion

SAMUEL (m.) - maybe Heb. 'name of God'; Eru "God"; esse "name", thus Eruesso; or Erulasto (for "God listened/ heard [my plea for child]")

SANDRA (f.) - from ALEXANDRA (q.v), so Varne

SANDER (m.) - from Old Nor. 'protector'; *varno "protector", so Varno itself; or a short form of ALENXANDER (q.v.)

SARAH (f.) - Heb. 'princess'; aranel "princess", thus Aranel itself

SASHA (m., f.) - a form of ALEXANDER (q.v.)

SASKIA (f.) - Dutch form of ALEXANDRA (q.v.), so Atanvarne

SATU (f.) - Finnish 'fairy tale, fable'; inwe "fairy" (from QL), nyáre "tale, saga", quenta "tale", so perhaps Inwinyáre or Inwiquente

SEBASTIEN (m.) - Latin 'from Sebastia' (from Greek 'venerable'); ar- "noble", enwina, yára "old", hence perhaps Arenwino or Aryáro (there is no word for "venerable" as far as I know)

SELBY - Old Eng. 'willow farm'; tasar "willow tree", peler "fenced field", so Tasarpeler

SELENE, SELENA (f.) - Greek 'moon'; isil "moon", isilme "moonlight", so Isil or Isilme as such

SERAPHINA (f.) - Heb. 'burning one'; *uryala "burning", thus Uryale

SERGEY (m.) - from Latin 'protector'; varya "to protect", so it might be Varyamo (mo being a masculine ending)

SETH (m.) - Heb. 'appointed, placed'; caita- (from QL) "place", caitaina "placed", so Caitaino; or Heb. 'third child'; nelya "third", -hin "child", so Nelyahin or Nelyo ("the third one")

SEWAL (m.) - Old Eng. 'peace + guard' sére "peace"; *varno "guard", thus Sérevarno

SHANNON (m. & f.) - Gaelic 'wise river'; saila "wise", cel- "go, run (about water)", so Sailacel

SHARON (f.) - Heb. 'plain'; latin "clear (of land)", so perhaps Latine

SHEA (f.) - Gaelic 'majestic'; arna "royal, high", so Arne

SHEENA (f.) - from SINE (q.v.)

SHEILA, SHEYLA - from CECILIA (q.v.), so Úcenite

SHELBY (f.) - from SELBY (q.v.)

SHELLY (f.) - Old Eng. 'clearing on a bank'; ráva "bank", salque "grass" (no better word for "clearing"!), so Rávasalque

SHEM (m.) - Heb. 'name'; esse "name", so Esso

SHIRA (f.) - Heb. 'song'; líre, so Líre alone

SHIRLEY (f.) - Old Eng. 'bright + wood'; calima "bright"; taure "wood, forest", thus Calimetaure

SIDNEY (m. & f.) - probably Old Eng. 'wide + island'; palla, landa "wide"; tol "island", thus maybe masc. Pallatol or Pallatollo, or Landatol(lo), and fem. Pallatolle, or Landatolle

SIERRA (f.) - Spanish "mountain range"; oron "mountain", téma "row", so perhaps Orontéma or Orontéme with a feminine ending

SILVANA (m.) - Latin 'forest dweller'; taure, *marde "she-dweller", so Tauremarde

SILVANO (f.) - masculine form of SILVANA (q.v.), so Tauremardo

SILVESTER (m.) - Latin 'woody, of wood'; taurina "of wood", thus Taurino

SILVESTRA (f.) - feminine form of SILVESTER (q.v.), thus Taurine

SILVIA, SYLVIAN (f.) - derivative of Latin 'wood'; taure "wood", thus could be Taurie or just Taure

SILVIO (m.) - masculine of SILVIA (q.v.), so Tauron

SIMEOM, SIMON (m.) - Heb. 'hearkening'; lasta "listening", thus could be Laston

SIMONA, SIMONE (f.) - feminine of SIMON (q.v.), thus Laste or Lastie

SINE (f.) - Irish form of JANE (q.v.)

SINI (f.) - Finnish 'blue'; luin "blue", so Luin or Luinie

SIOBHAN - said to be Gaelic 'gift of god'; anna "gift", eru "god", so Eruanna or Eruanne with a feminine ending; or a form of JANE (q.v.)

SIV (f.) - Old Norse 'bride'; indis "bride", so Indis as such

SKY (f.) - 'sky'; helle "sky", thus Helle itself

SOLOMON (m.) - Heb. 'man of peace'; sére "peace"; -ner "-man", thus Sérener

SONYA (f.) - from SOPHIA (q.v.)

SOPHIA, SOPHIE (!) - Greek 'wisdom'; nolwe "wisdom", thus Nolwe itself

SOTIRIA (f.) - feminine form of SOTIRIS (q.v.), so Sáme or Etelehtie

SOTIRIS (m.) - Greek 'salvation'; since we do not know any Quenya word for "salvation", we must construct one: *sáme (for the derivation, see newwords), so Sáme by itself; another possibility might be *etelehtie "deliverance, delivery" (from elelehta- "deliver", VT43:23), so Etelehtio (with a masculine ending)

SPYRIDON (m.) - from Latin 'spirit'; eala "spirit, being", so Eala as such or perhaps even Ealo

STACEY (m., f.) - a short form of ANASTASIA (q.v.), so perhaps Tyultare, or EUSTACE (q.v.), so perhaps Celumo

STACY (f.) - either from ANASTASIA (q.v.) or EUSTACE (q.v.)

STANLEY (m.) - Old Eng. 'stone + wood'; sarna "of stone"; taure "wood", thus Sarnatauron

STELLA (f.) - Latin 'star'; elen "star", thus Elen itself

STEPHANIE (f.) - feminine of STEPHEN (q.v.), thus could be Ríne

STEPHEN (m.) - Greek 'crown'; rína "crowned", thus maybe Ríno or Rínon

STEWARD, STUARD (m.) - 'steward'; arandur "steward, minister", thus Arandur itself

STINA (f.) - short for CHRISTINA (q.v.), so Laivine

STORM (m.) - raumo "[noise of a] storm", so Raumo as such

SUE (f.) - form of SUSANNA (q.v.)

SUMMER (f.) - 'summer'; laire "summer", thus Laire itself

SUNE (m.) - Old Norse 'son'; yondo "son", so Yondo as such

SUSANNA (f.) - Heb. 'lily' or 'rose'; indil "lily", losse "rose" (probably only the white one), thus Indil or Losse by themselves

SUVI (f.) - Finnish 'summer'; laire "summer", so Laire as such

SVETLANA (f.) - Russian 'sun-light'; laure "light of the golden Tree Laurelin", so Laure by itself (it is a translation of Greek PHOTINE, q.v.)

SVYATOSLAV, SVATOSLAV (m.) - Slavic 'glorious by power'; polda "strong"; alcar "glory", thus Poldalcar; the element 'svato' may also mean "holy" (aina), so Ainalcar

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