Saint meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Latin
Meaning: A Holy Man
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Saint means A Holy Man has its origin in Latin is used for both boys and girls.

Variants of Saint

Saent, Saintjohn, John, Dejohn, Gianni, Jackie, Yanis, Aaronjohn, John Paul, Jehanne, Ieuan, Johanan, Johannes

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Popularity of Saint

Saint is common in United States where over 1368 new-borns have been given the name since 1891. At present at its peak, it ranked 722nd when 254 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Saint is a unique baby name in England and Wales, during its short term of usage, the name has been to the top 1000 names. Recently in 2018, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 985 on boy names chart when 29 babies were named Saint. Also, in France, it has been in use since 1900 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 1919, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 199 on boy names chart when 48 babies were named Saint. Over 1542 people have been named Saint in France.

But Saint is a popular baby name in India where every 1 in 30000 have the name as well as in, Central African Republic and Haiti. According to our evaluation, at least 100000 people have been bestowed Saint around the globe.

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Numerological analysis of Saint

Stop focusing on the past and embrace your future. You can turn from the excessive thinker into a careless child in no time. Learning new skills will make you feel so much better and boost your confidence more than you imagine. Pay more attention to your overall well-being. You want to shout it out to the world that not everyone has to think or behave the same. You are outgoing and like to keep yourself busy with new adventures and meeting new people.

Other names similar to Saint

  •  Kerstin - Meaning of Kerstin is Disciple of Christ, Christian or Christian Woman is used largely in Dutch, Low German and Finnish and of Latin origin is bestowed upon baby girls
  •  Silka - Curious girl name Silka is used predominantly in German and Low German, meaning of Silka is "Indication of the Gender of Caecilier or Blind" has its origin in Latin
  •  Leeta - Unfamiliar and Conifer Leeta is originated from African-Swahili and Hebrew, Leeta means "Fruitful Land, Fruit Garden and Bright Red" and a baby girl name is used particulary in English. Leeta is derived from Carmel.
  •  Sana 1 means Hale, Healthy is used in Swedish, Danish and Norwegian used for baby girls is rooted from Latin
  •  Delphin - Cherished Delphin came from Latin and French, meaning of Delphin is "Dolphin" is bestowed upon baby boys
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Namesakes of Saint

    Saint Titus, early Christian missionary and church leader
  • Saint Piran, died c
  • Saint Boniface, leading figure
  • Saint David, Welsh bishop of Mynyw during the 6th century
  • Saint George, Roman soldier of Greek origin and a member of the Praetorian Guard for Roman emperor Diocletian
  • Saint Timothy, early Christian evangelist and the first first-century Christian bishop of Ephesus
  • Saint Veronica, woman of Jerusalem in the first century AD
  • Saint Matthias, was, according to the Acts of the Apostles
  • Saint Casimir, prince of the Kingdom of Poland and of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
  • Saint Rosalia, patron saint of Palermo in Italy, and three towns
  • Saint Nicholas, ; }}
  • Saint Elen, late 4th-century founder of churches in Wales
  • Saint Anne, mother of Mary and grandmother of Jesus according to apocryphal Christian and Islamic tradition
  • Saint Mungo, apostle of the Scottish Kingdom of Strathclyde
  • Saint Valentine, widely recognized 3rd-century Roman saint commemorated on February 14 and since the High Middle Ages is associated with a tradition of courtly love
  • Saint Lawrence, was one of the seven deacons of the city of Rome
  • Saint Afra, was martyred during the Diocletian persecution
  • Saint Christopher, is venerated by several Christian denominations as a martyr killed
  • Saint Sebastian, early Christian saint and martyr
  • Saint Lucy,
  • Saint Gall, disciple and one of the traditional twelve companions of Saint Columbanus on his mission
  • Saint Martial, first bishop of Limoges
  • Saint Giles, Greek, Christian, hermit saint from Athens
  • Saint Serf, saint of Scotland
  • Saint Apollonia, was one of a group of virgin martyrs
  • Saint Florian, Christian holy man, and the patron saint of Linz
  • Saint Eustace, in Latin
  • Saint Eligius, patron saint of goldsmiths, other metalworkers
  • Saint Petroc, British prince and Christian saint
  • Saint Blaise, physician
  • Saint Marinus, founder of a chapel and monastery, in 301
  • Saint Wenna, Cornish saint and the dedicatee of several churches
  • Saint Ursula, Romano-British Christian saint, died on October 21
  • Saint Cecilia, patroness of musicians
  • Saint Winifred, 7th-century Welsh Christian woman
  • Saint Dominic, Castilian priest and founder of the Dominican Order
  • Saint Marcouf, saint
  • Saint Monica, early Christian saint and the mother of St
  • Saint Mirin,
  • Saint Peter of Moscow, Russian metropolitan
  • Saint Cajetan, Italian Catholic priest and religious reformer
  • Saint Fiacre, the Catholic priest, abbot, hermit
  • Saint Aurelius, was Christian saint who died around 430
  • Saint Phocas,
  • Saint Naum, medieval Bulgarian writer, enlightener
  • Saint Gobain, Irish monk and spiritual student of Saint Fursey at Burgh Castle
  • Saint Nino, woman who preached Christianity in Georgia
  • Saint Osmund, Norman noble and clergyman
  • Saint Malachy, Irish saint and Archbishop of Armagh
  • Saint Hunger, was Bishop of Utrecht from 854 to 866
  • Saint Margaret of Scotland, English princess and a Scottish queen
  • Saint Etienne, English band from London, formed in 1990
  • Saint Vitus, American heavy metal band

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