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Skeet

Trevor Skeet 1918–2004, New Zealand lawyer and British Conservative politician. Skeet Childress born 1979, American guitar player in the band Look What I Did. Skeet Reese born 1969, American professional sport fisherman. Brian Skeet born 1965, En ...

                                               

Skylar

Skylar Diggins-Smith born 1990, American basketball player. Skylar Grey born 1986, American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. Skylar Neil 1991–1995, daughter of musician Vince Neil, whose death by cancer prompted Neil to start a ...

                                               

Slade (disambiguation)

Slade Prison, a fictional prison in Porridge. Slade Wilson, aka Deathstroke, a DC Comics villain, known only as Slade in the Teen Titans animated series. "Slade" short story, a 1970 short story by Stephen King.

                                               

Sly

Sly Bailey born 1962, British businesswoman. Sly surname. (Хитрая фамилия) Sylvester Stallone born 1946, American actor. Sylvain Grenier born 1977, Canadian wrestler. Sly Stone born 1943, American musician and frontman for Sly and the Family Ston ...

                                               

Smbat

Smbat, Sambat, Smpad or Sempad may refer to: Smbat VI Bagratuni died 726, presiding prince of Armenia. Sempad, King of Armenia 1277–1310, king of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from 1296 to 1298. Smbat Lputian b. 1958, an Armenian chess grandmas ...

                                               

Snell

Snell Patel born 1993, Indian cricketer. Snell Putney 1929–2009, American sociologist, environmentalist and author. Snell surname, a list of people and fictional characters.

                                               

Snow (disambiguation)

Snow Island South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Snow Mountain disambiguation, various mountains in the United States. Snow Lake disambiguation. (Снег озеро омонимии) Snow, Kentucky, an unincorporated community in the United States. Mount Snow, a ...

                                               

Socrates (disambiguation)

Jeanne Socrates born 1941 or 1942, British yachtswoman and solo circumnavigator. Sokratis Malamas born 1957, Greek singer / songwriter. Socrates Hotchkiss Tryon, Sr. 1816-1855, American pioneer physician in the Oregon Territory.

                                               

Soe

Soe River, a river in Paraiba, Brazil. Soe, Põlva County, a village in Orava Parish, Estonia. Soe, Viljandi County, a village in Tarvastu Parish, Estonia. Soe, Timor, a city in Indonesia.

                                               

Sofiane

Sofiane, alternatives Soufian, Soufiane, Sofian, Sefiane, Sofyane or Sofyan is a given Arabic name. It may refer to:

                                               

Sohrab (disambiguation)

Sohrab Aarabi, Iranian man whose murder drew international attention to the 2009 Iranian election protests. Sohrab Modi, an Indian Parsi actor. Sohrab, one of Shahnamas characters. Sohrab Shahid-Sales, an Iranian film director. Sohrab Fakir, a Su ...

                                               

Solina

Solina may refer to Places Solina, Poland, a village. Lake Solina in Poland. Gmina Solina, an administrative district in Poland. Solina, Tuzla, a part of city Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Solina Dam in Poland. People Solina Nyirahabimana, a R ...

                                               

Somei

                                               

Somerset (disambiguation)

Somerset County, Maryland. (Графство Сомерсет, Мэриленд) Somerset, Kentucky. (Сомерсет, Кентукки) Somerset, New Jersey, in Somerset County. Somerset, Colorado. (Сомерсет, Штат Колорадо) Somerset Airport New Jersey, a public-use airport in Somerse ...

                                               

Sonoko

Sonoko is a Japanese girls name. Sonoko Inoue 井上 苑子, born 1997, Japanese singer-songwriter and actress. Sonoko Kato 加藤 園子, 1976, a Japanese professional wrestler. Sonoko Kawai 河合その子, 1965, a former Japanese singer. Sonoko album, by S ...

                                               

Sony (disambiguation)

Sony is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation. Sony may also refer to: Sony Music. (Сони Мьюзик) Sony, Mali, a commune. Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan. Sony Pictures. (Сони Пикчерз) Sony Corporation of America.

                                               

Sophronia

Sophronia may refer to: USS Sophronia 1861. (Усс Софрония 1861) Sophronia moth, a genus of moth. Cattleya syn. Sophronia, a genus of orchid. Sophronia is also given a name. People with the name include: Sophronia Terwilliger, Oregon pioneer and w ...

                                               

Sorana

Sorana may refer to: Sorana Pescia, a village in Pistoia, Tuscany, Italy. Sorana bean, a type of cannellini bean grown in Sorana. Callicore sorana, a butterfly of genus Callicore. Marcia Servilia Sorana c. 40s–66 AD, daughter of Roman Senator Bar ...

                                               

Sori

Sori, Liguria, an Italian comune municipality. Sōri Station, a train station in Midori, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. Sori, Bihar, a village in Aurangabad District, Bihar. Sori, Kenya, a town in Kenya, East Africa. Sori, Benin, a town in Benin, West A ...

                                               

Spade (disambiguation)

Spade, Texas, a census designated place. Spade Township, Knox County, Nebraska, United States. Spades, Indiana, an unincorporated community. Spade Ranch Texas, two ranches. Spade Ranch Nebraska, a cattle ranch.

                                               

Speratus

Speratus was a Roman cognomen, and may refer to: Speratus?-180, principle spokesman of the Scillitan Martyrs. Speratus, bishop of an English see and recipient of a letter from Alcuin of York of 797, possibly Unwona bishop of Leicester. Paul Spera ...

                                               

Spurgeon

Dennis Spurgeon born 1943, American nuclear engineer. Tyler Spurgeon born 1986, Canadian ice hockey player. Keith Spurgeon 1933–1990, English football player and manager. William H. Spurgeon 1829–1915, founder of Santa Ana, California. Thomas Spu ...

                                               

Sreejith

Sreejith may refer to: Sreejith Vijay, Indian film and television actor. Sreejith Ravi, Indian film actor. Sreejith Ramanan, Indian theatre director, actor, theatre trainer.

                                               

Starlite (disambiguation)

Starlite Records, a UK record label. Starlite Festival, an international music festival in Marbella, Spain. "Starlite", a 2006 song by Panacea from Ink Is My Drink. Starlite Music Theatre a former theater in Latham, New York, U.S. Starlite Orches ...

                                               

Steed

Joel Steed born 1969, American football player. Michael Steed born 1940, British political scientist. Wickham Steed 1871–1956, British journalist and historian. Steed Malbranque born 1980, French footballer. Thomas W. Steed 1904–1973, American ai ...

                                               

Stein

Stein is a German, Yiddish and Norwegian word meaning "stone" and "pip" or "kernel". It stems from the same Germanic root as the English word stone. It may refer to:

                                               

Steuart

Steuart may refer to: Surname: William Steuart planter 1754-1839, wealthy colonial planter in Maryland. William Steuart Mayor of Baltimore 1754–1838, Mayor of Baltimore 1831–1832. Adam Steuart Stuart, Stewart 1591–1645, Scottish philosopher and c ...

                                               

Stevens

Stevens T. Mason 1811–1843, territorial governor of the Michigan Territory, first governor of the state of Michigan. Stevens Thomson Mason Virginia 1760–1803, a colonel in the American Continental Army and senator from Virginia, grandfather of th ...

                                               

Stiles

Stiles, Wisconsin, U.S. (Стайлз, Висконсин, США) Stiles, Texas, U.S. (Стайлз, Штат Техас, США) Stiles, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Ezra Stiles College, a residential college of Yale University. Stiles community, ...

                                               

Stix

Thomas H. Stix 1924–2001, American physicist. Stix Hooper born 1938, American jazz musician. Christine Stix-Hackl born 1957, Austrian jurist. Stix family, a St. Louis, Missouri, business family. Gary Stix, American journalist.

                                               

Stonewall

Stonewall or Stone wall may refer to: Stonewalling, engaging in uncooperative or delaying tactics. Stonewall riots, a 1969 turning point for the modern LGBTQ rights movement. Stone wall, a kind of masonry construction.

                                               

Stormy

Stormy album, by Hank Williams, Jr. Derek "Stormy" Waters, a character in the American animated TV show Sealab 2021. Stormy film, a 1935 drama starring Noah Beery Jr., also the title character played by Beery. Stormy, a character from the childre ...

                                               

Story

Short story, a piece of prose fiction that typically can be read in one sitting. Story, a narrative. (Рассказ, повествование) Stories, colloquial, American expression for soap operas. Story, or storey, a floor or level of a building. Story, a lie ...

                                               

Stratos

Stratos Greek: Στράτος is a diminutive form of the Greek given name Efstratios: Stratos Perperoglou born 1984, Greek basketball player. Stratos Tzortzoglou born 1965, Greek actor. Stratos Dionysiou 1935–1990, Greek singer. Stratos Apostolakis bor ...

                                               

Strother

Dora Dougherty Strother 1921–2013, World War II pilot. James F. Strother West Virginia 1868–1930, lawyer, judge, and U. S. Representative from West Virginia, grandson of James F. Strother. David Hunter Strother 1816–1888, American magazine illust ...

                                               

Strum (disambiguation)

                                               

Stryker (disambiguation)

Kurtis Stryker, a character from the Mortal Kombat fighting game series. William Stryker, a Marvel comics villain, father of Jason Stryker. John Stryker, a character from the Strykers Run and Codename: Droid video games. Jason Stryker, a Marvel c ...

                                               

Stump

Stump may refer to: A coastal landform which forms when a stack geology is eroded. Stump band, a band from Cork, Ireland and London, England. Stump dog: Clussexx Three D Grinchy Glee born 1998, 2009 "Best In Show" winner at the Westminster Dog Sh ...

                                               

Sturgill

Sturgill is a given name or a surname. Sturgill or Sturgills may refer to: Sturgills, North Carolina, an unincorporated community. Virgil Sturgill born 1897, American ballad singer and dulcimer player. Sturgill Simpson born 1978, American country ...

                                               

Subhash

Subhas Chandra Bose 1897-1945, one of the most prominent Indian nationalist leaders who attempted to liberate India from British rule during the waning years of World War II. Subhash Ram Prajapati born 1980, artist, writer, researcher, and schola ...

                                               

Suchon

Suchon may refer to: People with the surname: Gabrielle Suchon 1632–1703, French moral philosopher. Eugen Suchon 1908–1993 Slovak composer. People with the given name: Suchon Sa-nguandee born 1982, Thai footballer. Other: Suchon, a Jamoat of Taji ...

                                               

Sudarshan

Hanumappa Sudarshan, Right Livelihood and Padma Shri award winner, known for his work with the Soliga tribes of Karnataka, India. K. S. Sudarshan, a leader of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh RSS, a Hindu nationalist organization of India. Sudarsh ...

                                               

Sujin

Sujin Naknayom born 1979, Thai male footballer. Sujin Boriharnwanaket born 1927, Thai female Buddhist writer. Emperor Sujin of Japan, traditionally said to have reigned in the 1st century B.C. Soo-jin, Korean unisex given name. Sujin สุจินต์, Tha ...

                                               

Sukha (disambiguation)

Sukha is a Sanskrit and Pāli word that is often translated as" happiness" or "ease" or "pleasure" or "bliss." Dry can also refer to: Surat Sukha, Thai footballer. Suree Sukha, Thai footballer. Labh Singh, also known as Sukha Sipahi, former Punjab ...

                                               

Suki

Sookie St. James, a character in the TV series Gilmore Girls played by Melissa McCarthy. The Groovy Girls doll line, by Manhattan Toy, features a doll named Suki. Suky Tawdry, a character in The Beggars Opera and The Threepenny Opera. Sukiyaki, a ...

                                               

Sukie (disambiguation)

Sukie is an English four piece indie band. Sookie may also refer to: Sukie Smith born 1964, English actress and musician. Principessa Sukie Tempesta, fictional character in Nobody Lives for Ever by John Gardner. Sukie Rougemont, fictional charact ...

                                               

Suku

Suku may refer to: Suku language, a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Suku people, an ethnic group of Central Africa. Names: Suku Park, South Korean artist.

                                               

Sule

Sule may refer to: Sule comedian born 1976, Indonesian comedian. Sule Stack, a stack in the North Atlantic off the north coast of Scotland. Sule Skerry, a skerry in the North Atlantic off the north coast of Scotland. Sule river, a river of Lower ...

                                               

Suman

Suman Shringi, Indian politician. Suman Setty born 1981, Indian actor in Tamil and Telugu films. Suman Sridhar born 1983, Indian singer-songwriter. Suman Muthe born 1947, Indian social worker, activist, and writer. Suman Bala born 1981, Indian fi ...

                                               

Sumathi

Sumati or Sumathi may refer to: Sumati Mutatkar 1916–2007, Indian vocalist and musicologist. Sumathi 1942 film, a Telugu film. Sumathi actress born 1964, popular Tamil actress. Sumathi Satakam, a type of Telugu poetry written by Baddena. Sumati O ...

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