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  1. NIKATOR (Νικάτωρ): Greek name meaning "the conqueror."
  2. NIKANDROS (Νίκανδρος): Ancient Greek name composed of the elements nike "victory" and andros "of a man," hence "victory of a man."
  3. NIKEPHOROS (Νικηφόρος): Ancient Greek unisex name composed of the elements nike "victory" and phoreo "to bear/carry," hence "victory-bearer."
  4. NIKIAS (Νικίας): Ancient Greek name derived from the word nike, meaning "victory."
  5. NIKODEMOS (Νικόδημος): Greek name composed of the elements nike "conquest, victory" and demos "the people," hence "victory of the people." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a member of the Sanhedrin who took the part of Jesus.
  6. NIKOLA (Cyrillic: Никола): A derivative of Greek Nikolaos, meaning "victor of the people." In wide use throughout Europe: Basque Country, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Russia, Slovenia, Yugoslavia.
  7. NIKOLAOS (Νικόλαος): Greek name composed of the elements nike "conquest, victory" and laos "the people," hence "victor of the people." In the bible, this is the name of a proselyte of Antioch and one of the seven deacons of the church at Jerusalem.
  8. NIKOLAS (Νικόλας): Contracted form of Greek Nikolaos, meaning "victor of the people."
  9. NIKOMACHOS (Νικόμαχος): Ancient Greek name composed of the elements nike "conquest, victory" and mache "battle," hence "victory battle."
  10. NIKOMEDES (Νικομήδης): Greek name composed of the elements nike "conquest, victory" and medesthai "to ponder, to scheme," hence "victory-scheme."
  11. NIKON (Νίκων): Greek name derived from the word nike, meaning "conquest, victory."
  12. NIKOSTRATOS (Νικόστρατος): Greek name composed of the elements nike "conquest, victory" and stratos "army," hence "victory-army."
  13. NILEAS (Νηλεύς): Greek name of unknown meaning. In mythology, this is the name of a son of Poseidôn and Tyro.
  14. NOE (Νῶε): Greek form of Hebrew Noach, meaning "rest." In the bible, this is the name of the last antediluvian patriarch, the main character of the flood story. 
  15. NOMIKI (Νομική): Modern Greek name derived from the word nomikos, meaning "relating to the law."
  16. ODYSSEUS (Ὀδυσσεύς): Greek myth name of the central character in Homer's Odyssey, and a major character in the Iliad, best remembered for his ten-year return home from the Trojan War, probably derived from the Greek verb odyssao/odyssomai, meaning "to be angry, to hate," in reference to his hatred of the Gods who caused all the misfortunes of his long journey home.
  17. OIDIPOUS (Οἰδίπους): Greek name composed of the elements oid "knew" and pous "feet," probably with the intended meaning "he who knew the Sphinx's riddle of the feet." In mythology, this is the name of a king of Thebes who unknowingly killed his father and married his mother after solving the riddle of the Sphinx. 
  18. OINEUS (Οἰνεύς): Greek name possibly meaning "wine-maker." In mythology, this is the name of a Calydonian king.
  19. OKEANOS (Ωκεανός): Greek name meaning "ocean." In mythology, this is the name of a Titan, son of Uranus and Gaia, the personification of the world-ocean once believed to encircle the world.
  20. OLYMPIODOROS (Ὀλυμπιόδωρος): Ancient Greek name composed of the name Olympos and the word doron "gift," hence "gift of Olympos."

  21. OLYMPOS (Όλυμπος): Greek name of unknown etymology, but usually rendered "home of the gods." In mythology, this is the name of the legendary mountain or paradise where the gods were said to live. 

  22. OLYSSEUS (Ὀλυσσεύς): Variant form of Greek Odysseus, probably meaning "to be angry, to hate."

  23. ONESIMOS (Ονήσιμος): Greek name meaning "profitable, useful." In the bible, this is the name of an escaped slave.

  24. ONESIPHOROS (Ονησίφορος): Greek name meaning "bringer of profit." In the bible, this is the name of a Christian praised by Paul for his courage and kindness.

  25. OPHELOS (Όφελος): Greek name derived from the vocabulary word, ophelos, meaning "help."

  26. OPHION: Greek name meaning "serpent." According to Orphic mythology, this was the name of a god-king of the world before Rhea and Kronos cast him and his consort Eurynome into Tartarus.

  27. OPHIOUCHOS (Οφιούχος): Greek name meaning "serpent bearer." This is the name of a constellation depicted as a man supporting a serpent. The man is thought by some to be the demigod Asklepios, who learned the secret of life and death from a serpent and was killed for this by Zeus to prevent him from sharing his knowledge with mankind.

  28. OPHIUCHUS (Ὀφιοῦχος): Greek name meaning "serpent bearer." This is the name of one of the constellations listed by Ptolemy, depicted as a man supporting a serpent. The man depicted in the constellation is thought by some to actually be the demigod Asklepios.

  29. ORESTES (Ὀρέστης): Greek name derived from the word orestias, meaning "of the mountains." In mythology, this is the name of the son of Agamemnon.

  30. ORIGEN: Short form of Greek Origenes, probably meaning "mountain-born."

  31. ORIGENES (Ὠριγένης): Greek name probably composed of oros "mountain" and genes "born," hence "mountain-born." 

  32. ORION (Ωρίων): Greek name, probably meaning "mountain man." But some sources say that the name may actually be of Akkadian origin; if so, it means "light of heaven." In mythology, this is the name of one of the Titan gods, a primordial hunter who was killed by a scorpion. A constellation was named after him. Orion had two dogs; their names were: Arktophonos and Ptoophagos

  33. ORPHEUS (Ὀρφεύς): Greek name derived either from orbhao "deprived" or orphe "darkness." In mythology, this is the name of a musician who charmed Haides with his lyre in an attempt to rescue his wife from the underworld.

  34. OSIRIS (Όσιρις): Greek form of Egyptian Asar, possibly meaning "something that has been made; a product." In Egyptian mythology, Asar/Osiris is the name of a god of the underworld.

  35. OULIXES (Οὐλίξης): Contracted form of Greek Oulixeus, probably meaning "to be angry, to hate."
  36. OULIXEUS (Οὐλιξεύς): Variant form form of Greek Odysseus, probably meaning "to be angry, to hate."
  37. OURANOS (Οὐρανός): Greek name meaning "the heavens." In mythology, this is the name of the husband of Gaia and father of the Titans.
  38. OURBANOS (Οὐρβανός): Greek name meaning "of the city." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a certain Christian.
  39. OURIAS (Ουρίας): Greek form of Hebrew Uwriyah, meaning "light of Jehovah" or "my light is Jehovah." In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the husband of Bathsheba
  40. PAIAN (Παιάν): Variant spelling of Greek Paion, meaning "healer." 
  41. PAION (Παίων): Greek name meaning "healer." In mythology, this is the name of a physician god.
  42. PALAIMON (Πᾰλαιμον): Greek name meaning "wrestler." In mythology, this is the name of a young sea god who aided sailors in distress.
  43. PALINOUROS: Greek name composed of the elements palin "back, contrary" or "new" and ouros "storm, wind" or "mountain," hence possibly "contrary wind" or "new mountain." In mythology, this is the name of the pilot of Aineías's boat.

  44. PALLAS (Παλλάς): Greek unisex name derived from the word pallô, meaning "to brandish a weapon." In mythology, this is the name of many characters in Greek mythology: a son of Euandros (Latin Evander); a giant son of Ouranos (Latin Uranus) and Gaia; a Titan son of Kreios and Eurybia; the father of the 50 Pallantids; a daughter of Triton; and it is an epithet of Athene

  45. PAMPHILOS (Παμφιλος): Ancient Greek name composed of the elements pan "all" and philos "friend," hence "friend of all."

  46. PAN (Πάν): Greek name derived from the word pa-on, meaning "herdsman." In mythology, this is the name of a god of shepherds and flocks, who had the horns, hindquarters and legs of a goat.

  47. PANAGIOTAKIS (Παναγιωτάκης): Pet form of Greek Panagiotis, meaning "all-holy."
  48. PANAGIOTIS (Παναγιώτης): Greek name composed of the elements pan "all" and hagios "holy," hence "all-holy."
  49. PANAYIOTIS: Variant spelling of Greek Panagiotis, meaning "all-holy."
  50. PANDAROS (Πάνδαρος): Variant form of Greek Pantheras, meaning "all-hunter," i.e. "panther." In mythology, this is the name of the betrayer of the Greeks who hurled a lance at Menelaos, breaking a solemn oath.
  51. PANKRATIOS (Πανκρατιος): Greek name composed of the elements pan "all" and kratos "power," hence "all power."
  52. PANOPTES (Πανόπτης): Greek name meaning "all-eyed." In mythology, this is an epithet of the giant Argos.
  53. PANOS (Πάνος): Pet form of Greek Panagiotis, meaning "all-holy."
  54. PANTELEIMON (Παντελεήμων): Greek name composed of the elements panta "all" and eleos "mercy," hence "all-merciful."
  55. PANTHERAS (Πάνθηρας): Ancient Greek name composed of the elements pan "all" and therao "to hunt," hence "all-hunter," i.e. "panther."
  56. PARAMONIMOS (Παραμονιμος): Ancient Greek name possibly derived from the word paramone, meaning "constant, enduring," or composed of para "beside, beyond" and the name Monimos "to be favorable, pleasing." In ancient Greece there was a slave contract known as the paramone; though of limited duration, it was the most restrictive type of slavery, giving the master absolute rights.
  57. PARAMONOS (Παραμονος): Contracted form of Greek Paramonimos, meaning either "constant, enduring" or "beyond Monimos." 
  58. PARIS (Πάρις): Greek name probably derived from the word pari, meaning "wager." In mythology, this is the name of the son of Priam who kidnapped Helénē and later fatally wounded Achilles. Because it had been prophesied that he would cause the collapse of Troy, his father gave him to a shepherd to be destroyed. The shepherd could not bring himself to kill the baby so he left him in the desert. Five days later he found the infant still alive and decided to "take a chance," and raise the child himself. He named the baby Paris. Compare with another form of Paris.
  59. PATRIKIOS (Πατρίκιος): Greek form of Latin Patricius, meaning "patrician, of noble descent."
  60. PATROKLOS (Πάτροκλος): Greek name composed of the elements patros "of the father" and kleos "glory," hence "glory of the father." In mythology, this is the name of the best friend of Achilles. Both were heroes who fought against the Trojans.
  61. PAULOS (Παύλος): Greek form of Latin Paulus, meaning "small." In the bible, this is the name of the author of the 14 epistles of the New Testament.
  62. PAVLOS (Παύλος): Variant spelling of Greek Paulos, meaning "small."
  63. PEGASOS (Πήγασος): Greek name derived from the word pegaios, meaning "born near the pege (source of the ocean, spring, or well)." In mythology, this is the name of a winged horse who was the son of Poseidôn and the Gorgon Medousa (Latin Medusa), and brother to the giant Khrysaor (Latin Chrysaor). Like Athene, who was born of Zeus's head, Pegasos and Chrysaor are said to have been born of Medusa's neck when Perseus beheaded her. According to Hesiod, everywhere Pegasus struck hoof to earth an inspiring spring burst forth.
  64. PELAGIOS (Πελάγιος): Greek name derived from the word pelagos ("the sea"), meaning "of the sea."
  65. PERIKLES (Περικλῆς): Greek name composed of the elements peri "around" and kleos "glory," hence "surrounded by glory."
  66. PERSEUS (Περσεύς): Greek myth name of the founder of Mycenae and the hero who killed the half-mortal gorgon Medousa. If Greek, the first element of the name might have derived from the word pertho, meaning "to sack, to destroy." And according to Carl Daling Buck in his Comparative Grammar of Greek and Latin, the -eus suffix found in so many Greek names is typically used to form an agent noun. If so, Perseus was a "destroyer" by profession, i.e. a "soldier," which is a fitting name for this legendary hero. 
  67. PETROS: Greek translation of the Aramaic byname Kephas, meaning "rock, stone." In the bible, this is the name of one of Christ's apostles. The name was given by Jesus to Simon son of Jona, to distinguish him from Simon Zelotes. 
  68. PHAETON: Greek name meaning "the shining one." In mythology, this is the name of one of the steeds of Aurora. The other is Abrax.
  69. PHAIDROS (Φαίδρος): Greek name derived from the word phaidros, meaning "bright."
  70. PHALLAS: Greek name meaning "stallion." This was the name of a horse belonging to Heraclios.
  71. PHANÊS (Φάνης): Orphic myth name of the first God to appear at the beginning of creation, derived from the Greek word phaino, meaning "bring to light; make appear." According to Orphic tradition, he passed the scepter of kingship to his only child, Nyx, who passed it on to Ouranos from whom it was seized by Kronos and finally by Zeus who devoured Phanes in order to obtain his primal powers. He has been described as a golden-winged hermaphrodite. 
  72. PHARAO (Φαραώ): Greek form of Hebrew Paroh ("great house"), meaning "his nakedness." In the bible, this is a title for the king of Egypt.
  73. PHELIX (Φῆλιξ): Greek form of Latin Felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky." In the bible, this is the name of a Roman procurator of Judea.
  74. PHESTOS (Φῆστος): Greek form of Latin Festus, meaning "festival." In the bible, this is the name of the successor of Felix, the procurator of Judea who refused to bow to the pressure of the Jews who wanted him to condemn St. Paul to death for preaching. 
  75. PHILANDROS (Φίλανδρος): Greek name derived from the word philandros, meaning "with love for people." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Apollo and the nymph Akakallis.
  76. PHILEMON (Φιλήμων): Greek name meaning "affectionate." In the bible, this is the name of an apostle to whom Paul sent a letter from prison. In mythology, this is the name of the husband of Baukis. They were the only couple in Tyana who were hospitable to the disguised gods Zeus and Hermês
  77. PHILETOS (Φίλητος): Greek name meaning "beloved." In the bible, this is the name of a heretic.
  78. PHILIPPOS (Φίλιππος): Greek name composed of the elements phil "love" and hippos "horse," hence "lover of horses." In the bible, this is the name of one of the 12 apostles of Jesus, and several other characters.
  79. PHILOKRATES (Φιλοκράτης): Greek name composed of the elements philos "friend" and kratos "power," hence "friend of power" or "to love power."
  80. PHILOMELOS (Φιλομηλος): Greek name meaning "friend of ease." In mythology, this is the name of a minor demi-god. 
  81. PHILOMENES (Φίλομενης): Perhaps a form of Greek Philomenos, meaning "friend of ease." 
  82. PHILOMENOS (Φιλομενος): Supposedly another spelling for Greek Philomelos, meaning "friend of ease."
  83. PHILON (Φίλων): Greek name derived from the word phileo, meaning "to love."
  84. PHILOTHEOS (Φιλόθεος): Greek name composed of the elements philos "friend" and theos "god," hence "friend of God" or "loves God."
  85. PHLEGON: Greek myth name of one of the horses of the noon-day sun, meaning "the burning/blazing one."
  86. PHOBOS (Φόβος): Greek name meaning "fear." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Ares. It is also the name of a moon of Mars.
  87. PHOIBOS (Φοίβος): Greek name meaning "shining one." In mythology, this is a byname for the sun and for the god Apollo.
  88. PHOINIX (Φοῖνιξ): Greek name derived from the word phoinix, meaning "crimson." In mythology, this is the name of an immortal bird who would rise from its own ashes after being consumed by fire every 500 years.
  89. PHOKAS (Φωκάς): Greek name meaning "seal," the mammal.
  90. PHOLOS (φώλος): Greek name meaning "of the cave" or "of the den." In mythology, this is the name of a wise centaur. He was a friend of Herakles who accidentally poisoned him; he surrendered his immortality to be rid of the agony of the poison.
  91. PHORKYS (Φόρκυς): Greek name meaning "of the sea." In mythology, this is an old man ruling over the sea; later he is described as a god of the hidden dangers of the deep, a brother of Nêreus, and is depicted as a kind of merman.
  92. PHORTOUNATOS (Φορτουνάτος): Greek form of Latin Fortunatus, meaning "fortunate; happy; well freighted." In the bible, this is the name of a man who, along with Achaïkos and Stephanos, carried a letter from the Corinthians to Paul and back again.
  93. PHOSPHOROS (Φωσφόρος): Greek name meaning "bearer of light." In mythology, this is the name of the personification of the planet Venus. He is also called Eosphoros.
  94. PHOTIOS (Φώτιος): Greek name derived from the element phos, meaning "light."
  95. PHRENICOS: Greek name meaning "intelligent." This is the name of the horse of Hiero of Syracuse that won the Olympic prize for single horses in the seventy-third Olympiad.
  96. PHRIXOS (Φρίξος): Greek name derived from the word phrix, meaning "the ripple of water in wind; the shivering of skin from fear." In mythology, this is the name of the twin brother of Helle. The twins were children of Athamas and Nephelê.
  97. PHTHA (Φθα): Greek form of Egyptian Ptah, meaning "opener (of the mouth)."
  98. PHYLLIDOS (Φυλλίδος): Masculine form of Greek Phyllis, meaning "foliage."
  99. PILATOS (Πιλάτος): Greek name, possibly meaning "armed with a javelin or pilum," or perhaps contracted from pileatus, meaning "wearing the felt cap." Either way, like Torquatus, the name describes the badge of a slave. In the New Testament bible, this is the name of the fifth (or sixth) Procurator of the Roman emperor in Judea and Samaria. Although he saw that Jesus was innocent, he feared that the Jews would bring an accusation against him before Cæsar for the wrongs he had done them, so he delivered him up to be crucified.
  100. PLATON (Πλάτων): Greek name derived from the word platys, meaning "broad, flat; plateau."
  101. PLOUTARCHOS (Πλούταρχος): Greek name composed of the elements ploutos "riches, wealth" and arche "origin, source," hence "source of wealth."
  102. PLOUTON (Πλούτων): Greek name derived from the word ploutos, meaning "wealth." In mythology, this is the name of a god of the underworld. 
  103. PODARGE (Ποδαργη): Greek unisex name meaning "fleet-foot." In mythology, this is the name of several characters: 1) one of the Harpies who was the mother of Balios and Xanthos; 2) another name for the rainbow goddess Iris; and 3) it was Priam's birth name; he changed it after buying his life from Herakles.
  104. POLYDEUKES (Πολυδεύκης): Greek name composed of the elements polys "much" and deukes "sweet," hence "very sweet." In mythology, Castor ("beaver") and Pollux are the twin sons of Leda and are known as the Gemini twins.
  105. POLYDOROS (Πολύδωρος): Greek name composed of the elements polys "much" and doron "gift," hence "bears many gifts." In mythology, this is the name of Priam's youngest son and several other characters.
  106. POLYKARPOS (Πολύκαρπος): Greek name composed of the elements polys "much" and karpos "fruit," hence "fruitful."
  107. PONTIOS (Πόντιος): Greek form of Latin Pontius, meaning "of the sea; seaman." In the bible, this was the first name of the Prefect of the Roman province of Judea, Pontius Pilate.
  108. PONTOS (Πόντος): Greek name meaning "sea." In mythology, this is the name of a god of the sea, the father of Nêreus, Phorkys, and other sea-gods.
  109. PORPHYRIOS (Πορφύριος): Greek name derived from the word porphyra, meaning "purple."
  110. POSEIDÔN (Ποσειδῶν): Greek name probably derived from pósis, meaning "lord, husband." In mythology, this is the name of a god of horses and the sea, known as the "earth-shaker." He is equated with Roman Neptune
  111. POSEIDONIOS (Ποσειδώνιος): Greek name meaning "of Poseidôn."
  112. POSIDONIOS: Variant spelling of Greek Poseidonios, meaning "of Poseidôn."
  113. PRAXIS (Πράξις): Greek name meaning "practice," "exercise," or "action."
  114. PRAXITELES (Πραξιτέλης): Greek name composed of the elements praxis "action, exercise, practice," and telos "aim, goal."
  115. PRIAM (Πρίαμ): Short form of Greek Priamos, possibly meaning "exceptionally courageous." In mythology, this is the name of a king of Troy.
  116. PRIAMOS (Πρίαμος): Greek name, possibly derived from the Luwian compound priimuua, meaning "exceptionally courageous." Luwian is closely related to Hittite. In mythology, this is the name of a king of Troy.
  117. PROCHOROS (Πρόχορος): Greek name meaning "leader of the dance." In the bible, this is the name of one of the seven deacons chosen by the church at Jerusalem.
  118. PROKOPIOS (Προκόπιος): Greek name derived from the word prokope, meaning "advance, progress."
  119. PROMÊTHEUS (Προμηθεύς): Greek name derived from the word promethes, meaning "foresight." In mythology, this is the name of the Titan who was punished by Zeus for stealing fire to give to mankind.
  120. PRÔTEUS (Πρωτεύς): Greek name derived from the word protos, meaning "of the first." In mythology, this is the sea god Homer called the "Old Man of the Sea." Some equate him with the Phoenician sea-god Milk-qart.
  121. PTOLEMAIOS (Πτολεμαῖος): Greek name derived from the word polemeios, meaning "aggressive, warlike."
  122. PTOLEMY: Short form of Greek Ptolemaios, meaning "aggressive, warlike."
  123. PTOOPHAGOS (Πτοοφαγος): Greek name meaning "glutton of Ptoon (in Boeotia)." In mythology, this is the name of one of Orion's dogs.
  124. PUROEIS: Greek name meaning "fiery hot." In mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the noon-day sun.
  125. PYROIS: Greek name meaning "fiery." In mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the Sun.
  126. PYRRHOS (Πύῤῥος): Greek name meaning "flame-like." In mythology, this is the name of a son of Achilles. He is also known as Neoptolemos
  127. PYRROS (Πύρρος): Variant spelling of Greek Pyrrhos, meaning "flame-like." 
  128. PYTHAGORAS (Πυθαγόρας): Greek name composed of the name Pythios "python" and the word agora "market," hence "python market."
  129. PYTHEOS: Variant spelling of Greek Pythios, possibly meaning "to rot." 
  130. PYTHIAS: Greek name, possibly related to the word pythein, meaning "to rot." In Greek legend, this is the name of a friend of Damon.
  131. PYTHIS (Πυθις): Contracted form of Greek Pythias, possibly meaning "to rot." This was the name of a noted Greek architect who constructed the temple of Athene at Priene.
  132. PYTHIOS (Πύθιος): Greek name, possibly derived from the word pythein, meaning "to rot." In mythology, this is the name of a serpent killed by Apollo near Delphi. The name then became one of his epithets.
  133. RAPHAEL (Ῥαφαὴλ): Greek form of Hebrew Rephael, meaning "healed of God" or "whom God has healed." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Shemaiah and grandson of Obed-edom. In the books of Henoch (English Enoch) and Tobit, this is the name of an archangel. In use by the English.
  134. RHAMA (Ῥαμά): Greek form of Hebrew Ramah, meaning "a lofty place." In the bible, this is the name of a town of the tribe of Benjamin.
  135. RHOUBEN (Ῥουβήν): Greek form of Hebrew Reuwben, meaning "behold, a son!" In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Jacob and Leah.
  136. SABAOTH (Σαβαώθ): Greek form of Hebrew tsaba, meaning "Lord of the armies." In the bible, this is the name for the armies of the Lord of Israel, those who are under the leadership and protection of Jehovah and maintain his cause in war.
  137. SABBAS (Σάββας): Greek name derived from Sabbaton, the word for "Saturday," hence "Sabbath."
  138. SAMOUEL (Σαμουήλ): Greek form of Hebrew Shemuwel, meaning "heard of God," "his name is El," or "name of God." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Elkanah by Hanna.
  139. SAMOUL: Variant spelling of Greek Samouel, meaning "heard of God," "his name is El," or "name of God." 
  140. SAMPSON (Σαμψών): Greek form of Hebrew Shimshown, meaning "like the sun." In the bible, this is the name of a powerful hero who was betrayed by his mistress Delila.
  141. SANACHARIBOS (Σαναχάριβος): Greek form of Akkadian Sinahheeriba, meaning "Sin (the moon god) has taken the place of brothers to me." In the bible, his Hebrew name is Cancheriyb, English Sennacherib
  142. SAOUL (Σαούλ): Greek form of Hebrew Shauwl, meaning "asked for, desired." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Kish, and the Jewish name of the apostle Paul
  143. SATAN (Σατάν): Greek form of Hebrew satan, meaning "adversary." In the bible, this is the name of the inveterate enemy of God. In the New Testament, Hebrew satan is translated once into Greek Diabolos, and once using the word epiboulos, meaning "plotter." This is also the Late Latin and Old English form of Hebrew satan.
  144. SATANAS (Σατανᾶς): Greek name of Aramaic origin, corresponding to Greek Satan, meaning "adversary." In the bible, this is the name of the inveterate enemy of God. 
  145. SAULOS (Σαῦλος): Variant form of Greek Saoul, meaning "asked for, desired." In the bible, this is the Jewish name of the apostle Paul
  146. SAVAS: Variant spelling of Greek Savvas, meaning "Saturday, the Sabbath." Compare with another form of Savas.
  147. SAVVAS (Σάββας): Variant spelling of Greek Sabbas, meaning "Saturday, the Sabbath."
  148. SEBASTIANOS (Σεβαστιανός): Greek name meaning "from Sebaste," a city in Pontus named after Augustus Cæsar (from Greek sebastos "venerable").
  149. SEILENOS (Σειληνός): Greek name meaning "moving to-and-fro in the wine trough." In mythology, this is the name of the teacher and companion of the wine-god Dionysos.
  150. SELEUKOS (Σέλευκος): Greek name of uncertain etymology, possibly from the Greek word leukos ("bright, white"), hence "to be bright or white." This was the name one of Alexander the Great's generals. His surname was Nikator, meaning "the conqueror."

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