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21 Samson Biblical His sun; his service; there the second time M
22 Samson Hebrew Sun child; bright sun. In the Old Testament, Samson's great strength came from his long hair. He was seduced by Delilah, who cut his hair off, thereby destroying his strength. M
23 Samson Swedish Son of Samuel 'heard'. M
24 Sanborn English From the sandy brook. M
25 Sanderson English Alexander's son. M
26 Sanderson Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
27 Sandon English From the sandy hill. M
28 Sanhedrin Biblical Sitting together. M
29 Sanson Hebrew The sun's man. M

30 Santon English From the sandy farm. M
31 Sargon Biblical Who takes away protection. M
32 Sarpedon Greek Killed by Patroclus during the Trojan War. M
33 Sarpedon Latin A Trojan soldier. M
34 Sasson Hebrew Joy. M
35 Satan Biblical 'Contrary, adversary, enemy, accuser' M
36 Saturnin Spanish Gift of Saturn. M
37 Saunderson English Alexander's son. M
38 Saunderson Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
39 Saxan English Sword. M
40 Saxon English Sword. M