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This is a list of elements in which the first letter is S; and the type is element.
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SA (1)Japanese
Means "blossom", a Japanese nanori reading of xiào.
SA (2)Japanese
Japanese kan'on reading of zǔo.
SA (3)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of xiǎo.
SA (4)Japanese
Japanese kan'on reading of shā.
SA (5)Japanese
Japanese on reading of shā.
Chinese
Chinese character meaning "sudden, sound of the wind".
SABUJapanese
Japanese nanori reading of sān.
SACHIJapanese
Means "happiness, good luck", a Japanese kun reading of xìng.
Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sea".
SAHSAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "Saxon", referring to the Germanic tribe.
SAIJapanese
Means "purification, worship, vegetarian food", a Japanese on reading of zhāi.
SAKI (1)Japanese
Means "blossom", a Japanese kun reading of xiào.
SAKI (2)Japanese
Means "cape, peninsula", from a Japanese kun reading of .
SAKUJapanese
Means "blossom", a Japanese kun reading of xiào.
SAKURAJapanese
Japanese kun reading of yīng.
SALAAncient Germanic
Germanic word meaning "house".
SALVAncient Germanic
Germanic element of unknown meaning.
SÀNChinese
Chinese character meaning "scatter".
SĀNChinese
Chinese character meaning "three".
SANG (1)Korean
Korean reading of cháng.
SANG (2)Korean
Korean reading of shàng.
SATO (1)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of .
SATO (2)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of cōng.
SAWAJapanese
Japanese kun reading of .
SCALCAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "servant".
SEBEMedieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "oneself" (dative case).
SEBOAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "to worship, to honour".
SELENEAncient Greek
Greek word meaning "moon".
SĒNChinese
Chinese character meaning "forest".
SENAncient Irish
Old Irish word meaning "old".
SEO (1)Korean
Korean reading of ruì.
SEO (2)Korean
Korean reading of shū.
SEO (3)Korean
Korean reading of .
SEO (4)Korean
Korean reading of .
SEOK (1)Korean
Korean reading of shí.
SEOK (2)Korean
Korean reading of .
SEONKorean
Korean reading of xiān.
SEONG (1)Korean
Korean reading of chéng.
SEONG (2)Korean
Korean reading of shèng.
SEONG (3)Korean
Korean reading of xìng.
SEONG (4)Korean
Korean reading of xīng.
SEONG (5)Korean
Korean reading of shèng.
SEONG (6)Korean
Korean reading of chéng.
SETSUJapanese
Japanese kan'on reading of jié.
SEUNG (1)Korean
Korean reading of shēng.
SEUNG (2)Korean
Korean reading of shèng.
SEUNG (3)Korean
Korean reading of chéng.
SHĀ (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "sand, gravel".
SHĀ (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "thread, silk".
SHĀNChinese
Chinese character meaning "mountain, hill, peak".
SHÀNG (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "still, yet".
SHÀNG (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "above, top, upper".
SHÉNChinese
Chinese character meaning "god, deity, spirit".
SHĒNChinese
Chinese character meaning "extend, stretch, open".
SHÈNG (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "abundant, flourishing".
SHÈNG (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "victory, excel".
SHÈNG (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "holy, sacred".
SHĒNG (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "rise, ascent".
SHĒNG (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "sound, voice, tone".
SHĒNG (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "living, fresh".
SHI (1)Japanese
Japanese on reading of .
SHI (2)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of qīng.
SHI (3)Japanese
Japanese on reading of shī.
SHÍ (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "stone".
SHÍ (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "time, era, season".
SHÍ (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "real, truth, honest, fruit".
SHÍ (4)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "ten".
SHÌ (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "summer, name".
SHÌ (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "clan, family, maiden name".
SHÌ (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "world, generation, era".
SHǏ (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "begin, start".
SHǏ (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "history".
SHĪChinese
Chinese character meaning "poetry, poem, verse".
SHICHIJapanese
Japanese goon reading of .
SHIMAJapanese
Japanese kun reading of dǎo.
SHIN (1)Japanese
Japanese on reading of zhēn.
SHIN (2)Japanese
Japanese goon reading of xìn.
SHIN (3)Japanese
Japanese goon reading of xīn.
SHINJUJapanese
Means "pearl" in Japanese.
SHINOBUJapanese
Japanese nanori reading of rěn.
SHIORI (1)Japanese
Means "bookmark", from a Japanese kun reading of kān.
SHIORI (2)Japanese
Means "lithe, bending", a Japanese nanori reading of náo.
SHIROJapanese
Japanese kun reading of chéng.
SHITAJapanese
Japanese kun reading of xià.
SHIZUJapanese
Japanese kun reading of jìng.
SHÒUChinese
Chinese character meaning "long life, lifespan".
SHŌUChinese
Chinese character meaning "gather, harvest".
SHOU (1)Japanese
Japanese on reading of xiáng.
SHOU (2)Japanese
Japanese kan'on reading of jiǎng.
SHÙChinese
Chinese character meaning "tree, plant".
SHŪ (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "good, pure, virtuous, charming".
SHŪ (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "open up, unfold, comfortable, easy".
SHUǏChinese
Chinese character meaning "water".
SHÙNChinese
Chinese character meaning "obey, submit".
SHUN (1)Japanese
Japanese on reading of jùn.
SHUN (2)Japanese
Japanese on reading of jùn.
SIKorean
Korean reading of shǐ.
(1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "four".
(2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "snake of the Chinese zodiac". This is the sixth of the twelve earthly branches.
SIGEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "victory".
SIGRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "victory".
SIGUAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "victory".
SIMOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "flat-nosed".
SINTHSAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "path".
SLAVAMedieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "glory, fame".
SÓLAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "sun".
SOLOSAncient Greek
Greek word meaning "lump of iron".
SƠNVietnamese
Vietnamese form of shān.
SÒNGChinese
Chinese character referring to the Song dynasty, which ruled in China from the 10th to 13th centuries.
SŌNGChinese
Chinese character meaning "pine tree, fir tree".
SONGKorean
Korean reading of sòng.
SOPHOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "skilled, clever".
SORA (1)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of kōng.
SORA (2)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of hào.
SOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "safe, whole, unwounded".
SOUJapanese
Japanese on reading of .
STACHUSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "army".
STADSwedish
Swedish word meaning "town".
STAFRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "staff".
STAN (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "stone".
STANIMedieval Slavic
Slavic element meaning "to stand, to become".
STASISAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "standing".
STEINAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "stone".
STEINNAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "stone".
STERGOAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "to love, to be content".
STHENOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "vigour, strength".
STIÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "hard, stiff, cruel".
STRATOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "army".
STRÖMSwedish
Swedish word meaning "stream".
SU (1)Korean
Korean reading of shòu.
SU (2)Korean
Korean reading of xiù.
SU (3)Korean
Korean reading of zhū.
SU (4)Korean
Korean reading of shōu.
SU (5)Sanskrit
Sanskrit prefix meaning "good" or "very".
(1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "plain, simple".
(2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "respectful".
SUÌChinese
Chinese character meaning "grain".
SUKKorean
Korean reading of shū.
SUKE (1)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of .
SUKE (2)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of jiè.
SUMIJapanese
Japanese kun reading of chéng.
SǓNChinese
Chinese character meaning "falcon".
SŪNChinese
Chinese character meaning "grandchild, descendant".
SUNNEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sun".
SURASanskrit
Sanskrit element meaning "god".
SUSUMUJapanese
Japanese kun reading of jìn.
SUZUJapanese
Japanese kun reading of líng.
SUZUMEJapanese
Japanese kun reading of què.
SVANRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "swan".
SVETUMedieval Slavic
Slavic word meaning "blessed, holy, sacred".
SWANAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "swan".
SWINTHAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "strong".
SWIÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strong".