Popularity:2663
Origin:Finnish
Meaning:Sublime; Elevated; Name of God; God heard
Sami is a gender-neutral name steeped in Finnish and Arabic origins. Meaning "sublime" and "elevated" in Arabic, baby is bound to live life in the lap of luxury. Sami's meaning is also related to “one who hears.” In Finnish, Sami is derived from the Hebrew name Samuel, which means “name of God” or “God heard.” Also spelled as Samee and Samy, Sami is short, sweet, and trips off the tongue. This lyrical appellation exists as a first name, surname, and nickname across the globe, making it an affable name not many will mispronounce. Sami is adorable yet refined and will age well with baby as they blossom.
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