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Meaning of the Name Said

The first name Said is of Persian origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Persian: Happy

Similar Names

Saad | Sa'ad | Saajid | Saeed | Sa'eed | Sa'id | Saith | Sajid | Sa'ood | Sa'ud |

Related Names

Ailsa  (Scottish)
Derived from a Scottish Place Ailsa Craig, a Small Island Off the Ayrshire Coast. Also Used to Anglicize Ealasaid, the Gaelic Form of Elizabeth. (Ail-sa)
Bethsaida  (Biblical)
House of Fruits, or of Food, or of Snares
Bethsaida  (Biblical)
House of Fruits, or of Food, or of Snares
Bethsaida  (Hebrew)
Merciful
Brendan  (Irish)
Prince. Some Scholars Believe Brendan Means 'stinking Hair' Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot St Brendan Founded a Monastery at Clonfert in County Galway; Then is Said to Have Sailed Across the At
Criosaidh  (Gaelic)
A Follower of Christ; a Gaelic Form of Chrissie, a Pet Form of Christina and Christine. (Kris-see)
Ealasaid  (Gaelic)
Devoted to God
Ealasaid  (Scottish)
God is My Oath; Derived from Elizabeth. (Ee-leh-sah)
Eamhair  (Scottish)
Derived from Irish Emer, Which is of Uncertain Meaning. The Name Was Borne in Irish Legend by the Wife of Cuchulainn, Said to Be Blessed With Beauty, Fairness in Voice, Wisdom, and Skill in Needle Wor
Frannsaidh  (Gaelic)
Frank
Ioseph  (Gaelic)
May He Add; a Gaelic Form of Joseph. Pet Name: Seosaidh. (Yo-sef)
Leagsaidh  (Scottish)
Defender of Mankind; a Scottish Form of Lexy, a Pet Form of Alexandra. (Leks-ee)
Liusaidh  (Scottish)
Famous in War Ot Light; a Scottish Form of Louisa (Famous in War) and Lucy (Light). (Lwee-sah)
Liusaidh  (Gaelic)
Warrior
Mirella  (Latin)
Feminine Variant of Mireya from the Hebrew Male Name Amariah Meaning 'Jehovah Has Said
Mirelle  (Latin)
Feminine Variant of Mireya from the Hebrew Male Name Amariah Meaning 'Jehovah Has Said
Mireya  (Latin)
Feminine Variant of Mireya from the Hebrew Male Name Amariah Meaning 'Jehovah Has Said
Myrelle  (Latin)
Feminine Variant of Mireya from the Hebrew Male Name Amariah Meaning 'Jehovah Has Said
Saidah  (Arabic)
Fortunate
Saidah  (Muslim)
Variant of Sa'Ida: Happy, .Lucky, Fortunate
Saidah  (African)
Happy, Fortunate
Saidi  (African)
Helper
Siusan  (Scottish)
Lily, Rose; a Gaelic Form of Susan. Variations: Siusaidh. (Soo-san)

Additional Names

Wanda | Lexia | Peta | Aghavilla | Karri | Fionn | Stian | Brutus | Affrica | Roger | Mara | Haniyyah | Amalia | Lonn | Jane |