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1. SAHAKANUSH Consists of Armenian name Sahak and anush female particle (like Yervandanush, Haykanush). It is in use since IV c.
2. SALAAM From Arabian sanam "idol", "picture of beauty", "incomparable". It is a female name in many western nations though we have the surname Sanamyan.
3. SALAT From Turkish name Salat that comes from Arabian salat "pray". It is in use in Arm since XVII c. till now.
4. SALBI From Persian sarv (Turkish selvi) "cypress". It is in use since XVII c. till now in the forms Salvi, Salui.
5. SALOMEH The older form of this name is Soghomeh or Soghovmeh, which is the female variant of the Hebrew name Soghomon. This name came from Russian name Salomeh by means of literature. It is a rare name 0.2 KB
6. SALVINAZ From Persian sarvi "cypress" and naz "grace" i.e. "graciously swaying like cypress". We also have the Turkish pronunciation of this name Selvinaz that is in use since XVI c. Now it is a rare 0.2 KB
7. SANDUKHT From Persian san and dukht "daughter" (according to Hyubshman san comes from the name Sanatruk) i.e. "Sanatruk's daughter". It is in use in Arm since old days. We also have the form Sandukh. 0.2 KB
8. SARA From Hebrew name Sara "queen", "mistress" which comes from Bible (Hebrew srr "to own", Assyrian šarru "king", šarratu "queen"). It is an old name in Arm also met in the form Sarra.
9. SARGYUL From Persian sar "head" and gul "rose" i.e. "head of rose". Note that the Turkish name Sarigyul consists of sari "yellow" and gul "rose" i.e. "yellow rose". It is also possible that Sargyul is 0.3 KB
10. SATENIK From Armenian sat "amber"+enik particle (like Varsenik, Arpenik). It was very spread in XIX c. The diminutive forms are Sato, Satin, Saten. It is in use now.
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