133 Notably Beautiful Singaporean Names For Baby Girls And Boys

Singapore, founded in 1819, has a diverse population that can be seen in people carrying interesting names with great meanings. Singaporean names for baby girls and boys reflect vast influence from Malay, East and South Asia, and parts of Eurasian cultures. Most of these names seem to have an English origin, along with surnames with more Chinese influence. So here, we have curated a list of Singaporean names if you have been obsessing over the way they sound and how beautifully and deeply they mean. Pick the best one for your little one.

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Singaporean Names For Baby Boys

1. Adrian

Adrian is derived from the Latin word ‘Adrianus’ (man of Adria). It means ‘dark richness’. Ady, Adri, and Ade can be its nicknames. American actors Adrian Grenier and Adrian Pasdar are famous namesakes.

2. Adriel

Adriel has varied meanings in different languages. It originates from Hebrew and means ‘flock of God’. The other variants are Adriyel, Adrielle, and Edriel.

3. Aiden

This is one of the most popular names. In 2016, this name was in the 16th position in the US. It means ‘little and fiery’ in Irish.

4. Alex

Alex is a classic name of all time and means ‘defending men’. It’s a unisex name, but more popular among boys.

5. Andre

Andre comes from France, and means ‘manly, sexy, or brave’. Andy, Dre, and Onny can be fun nicknames. We have quite a few famous personalities with the former tennis player Andre Agassi being the most famous. American musician Andre Benjamin and French author Andre Malraux are other famous people.

6. Asher

Asher is one of the fastest rising names in recent years, ranking at 71 in 2016 in the US. Originated from Hebrew, this name means ‘fortunate, blessed, or happy’. Asher was the eighth son of Jacob as per the Old Testament.

7. Benjamin

Benjamin in Hebrew means, ‘son of the right hand’. It’s a biblical name that is traditional, classic, and popular. ‘Ben’ is its cute nickname and Benjamin goes along perfectly with most surnames. The famous namesake is founding father of the US Benjamin Franklin.

8. Bryan

Bryan is generally believed to be of Celtic origin. It means ‘high, virtuous, or noble’. Another variant of Bryan, Brian is equally popular. Canadian rockstar Bryan Adams and English footballer Bryan Robson are famous namesakes.

9. Caleb

It’s pronounced as ‘KayLev‘ or ‘Cale-eb’. Caleb means ‘faithful, bold, or loyal’ and also means ‘dog’ — the man’s best friend. Cae, Cale, Cub, and Cabe are some fun nickname.

10. Cheng

Cheng is a variant of Zheng. It has Chinese origins and means, ‘accomplish, succeed, or sincere’.

11. Dalton

This English name means ‘settlement in the valley’. It was originally introduced in the 13th century as d’Alton.

12. Daniel

Having its origins in Hebrew, Daniel is an evergreen name which is appealing and stylish. It means ‘God is my judge’. Its variants are Danilo, Danijel, and Taniel.

13. Darryl

Darryl is one of the most popular names. This name originated from old French word ‘Airelle’. It means ‘darling’ and Dee, Deelo, and D-Love can be cute nicknames.

14. Dale

Dale means ‘valley’ in German. It was originally a last name that meant, ‘someone who lives in a valley’. The noted namesake is writer Dale Carnegie.

15. Daylen

Daylen is a unique boy name that has its origins in English. Its rhyming variant is ‘Waylon‘, which means ‘blacksmith with supernatural powers’.

16. Dylan

Dylan is an unusual Welsh name for boys. It means, ‘son of the sea or born near the sea’. The famous namesakes are Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. Nicknames for Dylan include Dill, Dylana, Laney, and Dillie.

17. Desmond

Desmond was initially an Irish surname from the place Deas-Mhumhna. It means ‘From South Munster’. Its namesake is famous anthropologist Desmond Morris.

18. Derrik

Derrik is an unusual name for boys. It means ‘gifted ruler or people’s ruler’. The name has its origins in German. The variants are Deryk, Darrick, Darriq, and Derik.

19. Don

If you want a name that is impressive, choose Don, a Scottish name. Don is originally derived from Donald. It means ‘proud chief’.

20. Felix

A Dutch name, Felix means ‘happy, lucky, or blessed’. Many saints and four Popes had the name Felix. It has several nicknames such as Flick, Flex, Flicker, Lex, and Fox.

21. Hayden

Hayden sounds more like a last name, as in Diana Hayden. It can be used for both boys and girls. This English name means ‘fire’. The other variant is Hadyn. Hyden ranked at #169 in 2016 in the US.

22. Elliot

Elliot is derived from the Greek word ‘Elijah‘. It means ‘Jehovah is God’, or ‘my God is the Lord’. Its nicknames are Eli, El, and Lotte. American singer Elliott Smith, and American actor Elliott Gould are famous namesakes.

23. Ethan

Ethan is derived from the Hebrew name ‘Eitan’. Ethan means, ‘strong, safe, and firm’. Ethan is the name of one of the characters in Pokemon. The famous namesakes are American actor Ethan Hawke and American filmmaker Ethan Coen.

24. Eric

Eric is a super-cool name with a great meaning. It means ‘ever powerful or one who rules forever’. It has its origins in Old Norse and Eric Clapton, musician and Eric Dane, American actor are famous namesakes. The variants of this name are Erick, Erik, and Aric. The famous bearers of this name are musician Eric Clapton and American actor Eric Dane.

25. Enzo

Enzo, the ruler of the house

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Enzo, an Italian name, means ‘ruler of the house’. Its nicknames are Enz, En, Zo, and Zeeo. The popular namesakes are Ferrari race car driver and founder of Ferrari car manufacturer Enzo Anselmo Ferrai.

26. Eugene

Eugene is a rare name derived from the Latin word ‘Eugenius’, meaning ‘wellborn or noble’. The nicknames for Eugene are Gene, Geno, and Eug. The famous namesakes are American actor Eugene Kelly and American politician Eugene Joseph McCarthy,

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South Korean singer and actress Kim Yoo-jin, professionally known as Eugene, is a popular name-bearer.

27. Gordon

Gordon is a cool and elegant name for boys. This Scottish name means ‘great hill’.

28. Harold

Harold is originally derived from the the Old English word ‘Hereweald’, which is now obsolete. ‘Here’ means ‘army’ and ‘weald’ means ‘ruler’. Harold means ‘army commander or army ruler’ with its origins in Scandinavian. The proud bearers of this name were King Harold I and Harold II of England.

29. Ivan

Ivan means ‘God is gracious, or ‘Gift from God’. It has its origins in Russian. The nicknames for Ivan are Iva and Ivy.

30. Jason

Jason is quite a classic and popular name for boys. There was a craze for ‘Jason’ in the 70’s. Nicknames for Jason are Jacey, Jacky, Jay, Jase, and Jace. The famous namesakes are American actor Jason Alexander and American singer Jason Mraz.

31. Jarius

It’s a combination of ‘J’ with the Latin suffix ‘arius‘. With Hebrew origins, this name and means ‘whom God enlightens’.

32. Jayden

Jayden sounds modern and cool and means ‘God has heard’. The nicknames include Jade, Jaybo, and JD. The famous namesakes are Jayden James son of Britney Spears and Jason Smith son of Will Smith.

33. Javier

Pronounced as ‘hah-vyee-air’ is a Spanish name meaning ‘new house or bright’. Xavier is another variant of Javier.

34. Joseph

Joseph is a classic Hebrew name, meaning ‘Jehovah increases’. Joe and Joey are the cute nicknames. The famous namesake is the father of Michael and Janet Jackson Joseph Jackson,

35. Joshua

Joshua is a name that is good for both boys and girls and means ‘a saviour’.

36. Joel

It means ‘the Lord is God’. Joel is the central character in the ‘Last of Us’ game. The other variants of this name are Julio, Jolie, Julia, and Julie.

37. Justin

It’s derived from the Latin word Justinus and means ‘upright and righteous’. The famous namesakes are Canadian pop star and Calvin Klein model Justin Bieber.

38. Kenneth

Kenneth means a ‘handsome boy’. This Gaelic name can use nicknames such as Ken, Kenny, and Kent.

39. Kevin

The name Kevin has its roots in Gaelic. It means ‘gentle, lovable, or handsome’. American actor Kevin Costner is the famous namesake.

40. Lucas

The name ‘Lucas’ means ‘illumination, a man from Lucania, or man who brings light’. The other famous variant is Luke, the author of the third gospel of the New Testament.

41. Lim

Lim means ‘forest, woods, or gem’. This is a Chinese name.

42. Marcus

Marcus, has its roots in Latin. It gets its name from ‘Mark’ and means warlike. The other variants are Martyn, Marque, and Marq. Its nicknames are Marc, Mark, Macky, and Mac.

43. Malcolm

Malcolm means ‘a dove‘, and comes from Latin. The name Malcolm has been used by William Shakespeare in his play ‘Macbeth’.

44. Melvyn

Melvyn is quite a stylish, cool name with a noble meaning. It means ‘an honourable man’.

45. Merlin

Merlin means ‘sea fortress’. It has its origins in Welsh. The famous bearer of this name is football star turned actor Merlin Olsen.

46. Nicholas

Nicholas has its origins in Greek, it means ‘people of victory’. The nicknames are Nick, Nicky, Nic, Cole, and Colin. The famous namesake is American actor Nicholas Cage.

47. Raphael

Raphael is a stylish Hebrew name meaning ‘God is Healer’ or ‘God has healed’. Its variants are Rafael and Raffael.

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Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal Parera is a popular bearer of this name.

48. Raymond

This German name is quite a decent name for boys. It means ‘wise protector’.

49. Reza

Reza means ‘contentment or satisfaction’. It’s of Arabic origin.

50. Ripley

Ripley means, ‘separate or uncultivated land’. The popular namesake is the famous cartoonist and the creator of “Ripley’s Believe It or Not!” Robert Ripley.

51. Ryan

Ryan, a little king

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Ryan is a Gaelic name for ‘little king or descendant of the king’. The famous bearers of this name are actors Ryan Gosling and Ryan O’Neal.

52. Sean

‘Sean’ is an Irish name. It’s an Irish variant of John which means, ‘God is gracious, or ‘gift from God’.

53. Shehan

The name is of Arabic and Shehan origins and means ‘bright’. Another variant is Sheehan.

54. Tian

The name Tian has its origins in Chinese. Tian means ‘heaven or princess’.

55. Torrence

Torrence means ‘little hills’ and is of Irish and Gaelic origins.

56. Timothy

Timothy is an ancient name, meaning ‘to honour or fear God’ with Greek origins.

57. Tyler

Tyler is derived from Old French ‘tieulier’, which means ’tile maker’. It’s of English origin.

58. Yannik

Yannick is a Hebrew name meaning ‘God is gracious’.

59. Vincent

It’s derived from the French word Vincere meaning ‘to conquer’. The nicknames are Vince, Vinnie, and Vinny. The other variants are Vicente, Vincente, and Vincenzo. Vincent was once a popular name especially among the French people and Roman Catholics.

60. Wayne

It’s derived from the occupational surname meaning ‘wagon maker’. Wayne has its origins in English and means ‘wagoner’.

61. Wesley

Wesley sounds like a typical boyish name, meaning ‘Western meadow’. It has its origins in English.

62. Wong

As is quite obvious, the name has Chinese origin. Wong means ‘successful life’.

63. Yannik

It means ‘God is gracious’. It has its origins in Hebrew and French.

64. Zul

If you want a short, sweet, and unique name for your boy, go for ‘Zul’, meaning ‘Leader of Battles’.

Singaporean Names For Girls

65. Adela

Adela is of German origin, which means ‘noble’. The famous bearer of this name is the daughter of William the Conqueror. The other variants are Adele, Adelia, and Adella.

66. Adeline

Adeline is an adorable name that is stylish, popular, and cool. It means ‘elegant’. The nicknames for Adeline are Addy, Addie, Addy, and Adela.

67. Ainsley

This Scottish name means ‘my own meadow’. Ainslie is another variant of this name. The famous namesake is news reporter on Fox News Ainsley Earhardt. Ainsley ranked at #344 in 2016 in the US.

68. Alicia

Alicia means ‘noble’. Another variant is Alycia. The nicknames for Alicia are Ali, Lisha, Arisu, Alise, Lisa, Ally, and Alia. American actress Alicia Silverstone is its popular namesake.

69. Amandaz

Derived from the latin word ‘Amanda‘ which means ‘lovable’ or ‘worthy to be loved’, Amandaz are Mandy, Manni, Andycan be cute nickname options.

70. Amelia

Amelia is one of the most popular names that ranked at #11 in 2016 in the US. It means ‘ work’ or ‘industrious leader’. The name has Latin origins. It is originally from the name ‘Amalia‘ which is derived from the German name ‘Amala‘ – and means ‘work’.

71. Andrea

It originates from the Greek word ‘andros’ meaning ‘manly’. The feminine version ‘Andreas‘.

72. Aria

This Italian name means ‘air’ or ‘lioness’. It’s ranked at #23 in 2016.

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The name Aria also means “a song or melody.” With roots in Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and Persian, the name has a variety of connotations depending on the context it is used in.

73. Averie

This name is derived from Old English. It’s a stylish name with a unique meaning – ‘ruler of the elves’. Another variant is Avery.

74. Ava

Ava is a Latin name meaning’life’. It’s ranked at #3 in 2016 in the US as per its Social Security Administration List. Hugh Jackman and Reese Whitherspoon named their daughters Ava.

75. Alexis

This Greek name means ‘defender’ or ‘protector of mankind’. Alex can be a nickname option.

76. Ashley

Ashley has its origins in English, meaning ‘lives in the ash tree grove, dweller near the ash tree’. Ashley is the male character in ‘Gone with the wind’ by Margaret Mitchell.

77. Alvin

The name is derived from Old English and means ‘wise friend or friend of the elves’.

78. Bennett

Bennett, Singaporean name

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Originating from Latin, it means ‘blessed one’. Its medieval version is Benedict. Ben is its cute nickname.

79. Charyl

Charyl comes from the French name Cherie. It means ‘darling’ or ‘beloved’ and has variants such as Sharyl, Sheryl, and Cheryle.

80. Charlotte

This name has a flair of elegance and royalty to it, which is why many queens of England are named as ‘Charlotte’. This English origin name means ‘free’. It seems to be quite a popular name ranked at #7 in 2016 in the US.

81. Cherilyn

It’s a combination of Cheryl and Lynn. It’s a modern version of Cheryl and it means ‘dear’.

82. Chermaine

If you want a charming name for your girl, choose ‘Chermaine’ which means ‘charm’ in English, ‘bountiful orchard’ in French, and ‘delightful’ in Greek.

83. Claire

It’s derived from the Latin word ‘clarus’, which means means ‘bright’ or ‘clear’.

84. Chevelle

This is an uncommon girl name, which means ‘bold and beautiful’.

85. Debbie

Originated from the Hebrew, it means ‘a bee‘, or ‘a swarm of bees’. The variants of this name are Debi, Debee, and Debby.

86. Ellie

This Greek name means ‘shining light’. It’s a shortened form of Eleanor or Ellen.

87. Emma

It’s the most popular name of Latin origin meaning ‘universal’.

88. Esther

The name comes from Latin and Greek, and means ‘star’. The famous namesake the Jewish second wife of Ahasuerus Queen Esther.

89. Hannah

It means ‘grace’ or ‘favor’, ‘grace of God’ in Hebrew. Anna is the Greek and Latin version. The popular television show Hannah Montana, has become a household name at one point.

90. Hasim

Hasim is an Arabic name meaning ‘fast considerations’. It means ‘decisive’ in Arabic.

91. Hazel

Hazel gets its name from the name of the tree or the color. It has its roots in Old English. It was ranked at #52 in 2016 in the US. The famous actress Julia Roberts daughter’s name is Hazel. The other variants are Hazelle and Hazile.

92. Fiona

Fiona is a popular name, meaning ‘white or fair’, and originates from Scottish.

93. Gina

Gina means ‘garden’ and is an Italian name. Gina is the shorter version of Georgine, Virginia, Regina, or Eugenia. American actress Gina Rodriguez is the famous namesake.

94. Gladys

Gladys is a ‘name of a country and territorial ruler’. Its of Welsh origin. The nicknames are Gladdy and Glad. African-American singer Gladys Knight and British actress Dame Gladys Cooper are the famous namesakes.

95. Grace

Grace has its origins in Latin and means ‘goodness and generosity’. The famous namesake is American actress Grace Kelly.

96. Innusha

This can be the perfect name for your little one. Innusha is a cute and sweet name for girls, and means ‘one who is innocent’. It is a Russian name and has variants such as Innya, Inna, and Innochka.

97. Isabelle

Isabelle is a variation of Elisabeth. It means, ‘God is my oath’. The nicknames are Bell, Bella, and Belle.

98. Isla

Isla is a cool and creative name, meaning ‘island’. This Scottish name is rising rapidly on the names chart in the US. The famous namesake is Scottish actress and singer Isla Cameron,.

99. Jasmine

Jasmine is the name of an aromatic flower, which became popular after the release of Alladin by Disney in 1992 that has Princess Jasmine as the main character. A Persian name, it comes with variants such as Yasmine, Jessamine, and Jazmin.

100. Jia-Xin

Jia-Xin is a unisex name, but sounds better for girls. It means, ‘reason or logic’. It has its origins in Chinese.

101. Joel

Joel has its origins in Hebrew and means ‘Yahweh is God’.

102. Joyce

Joyce, a merry baby

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Joyce means ‘rejoicing, merry, or happy’, and comes from Latin. The nicknames for Joyce are Joey, Joe, Jo, and Jocey.

103. Kimberly

Kimberly is originally a place in South Africa. The nicknames include Kimy, Kimi, Kim, Kimel, and Mimi. The famous namesake is the television personality, Kim Kardashian.

104. Leia

Leia pronounced as ‘LAY-ah’ and comes from Hebrew. It means ‘delicate or weary’. Its variant Leya the character of Princess in Star Wars films became popular.

105. Lou

Lou is a unique name for girls. It’s a shorter version of ‘Louise’, and means a ‘renowned warrior’.

106. Lucy

Lucy means ‘light’, and comes English. It is ranked at #55 in 2016 in the US.

107. Luna

The name Luna has its origins in Latin and means ‘luna’ or ‘moon‘. The name has become famous ever since the release of Harry Porter which has the characte, Luna.

108. Naomi

Naomi has its origins in Hebrew, and means ‘pleasant, beautiful, or delightful’. The nicknames include Nomi, Omie, and Mimi. The famous namesake is the British supermodel Naomi Campbell.

109. Rebecca

This Hebrew name means ‘servant of God, or bound to God’. Rebecca was the wife of Isaac. The nicknames are Becky and Becca.

110. Regina

Regina means ‘queen’, it has its origins in Latin. The variants are Reina, Gina, Rina, Raina, Reyna, and Rejine.

111. Rachel

Rachel is derived from Hebrew ‘ewe’ and means ‘female sheep’. The nicknames are Rachey, Rachie, Rach, and Chelly. The famous namesakes are American musician Rachel Taylor and Chef on the ‘Food Network’ Rachel Ray,

112. Sally

This can just be the name you are looking for your girl. Sally means ‘princess’. The nicknames are Sal, Ally, Allie, and Aly.

113. Thea

Thea originates from Greek, it means ‘gift of God, goddess, godly’. In Greek, Thea is the Goddess of light and mother of moon and sun.

114. Mila

Pronounced as ‘Mee-la’. Mila is the shorter version of Milena. It means ‘dear or pleasant’. The nicknames are Mimi, Milu, and Millie.

115. Michelle

Michelle means ‘close to God or who is like God’. Its of Hebrew origin. The famous namesake is Barack Obama’s wife Michelle Obama.

116. Natalie

Natalie is one of the popular names for boys, ranking at #31 in 2016 in the US. It’s derived from the natal day, Christmas. It means ‘born on Christmas or birthday of the Lord’. The famous namesake is the American actress Natalie Portman.

117. Nicole

Nicole originates from Greek, it means ‘victory of the people’. The nicknames include Nikki, Nic, Nini, and Nico. American actress Nicole Kidman is the famous namesake.

118. Nora

Nora means ‘light’. The name has its origins in Irish. It rhymes with Dora. The American singer Norah Jones is the famous namesake.

119. Nina

Nina can be a pretty name for your pretty little girl. It’s a shortened version of the Spanish name ‘Antonia‘, and Russian name ‘Anne‘ which means ‘priceless one or full of grace’.

120. Olivia

Olivia is one of the most popular names, ranking at #2 in 2016 in the US as per its Social Security Administration List. It has its origins in Latin, it means the ‘olive tree’. Its variants are Alivia and Olyvia.

121. Scarlett

Scarlett is a popular name for girls, meaning ‘bright red’. It iss of English origin. The famous namesake is Scarlett O’Hara from the book ‘Gone With the Wind’.

122. Sarah

This Hebrew name means ‘lady, princess, noblewoman’. The other variants are Sara and Sera. The nicknames include Sally, Sasha, Sasa, and Rya.

123. Sophia

This Greek name sounds very sophisticated and stylish. It means ‘wisdom and wise’. The nicknames are Soph, Phi, and Phia.

124. Shasha

Shasha is a cute and simple name meaning ‘moon’ and is of Indian origin.

125. Sharon

Sharon means ‘plain or a flat area’. The variants are Sharyn, Sharona, and Sharron. The nicknames are Shazz, Shari, Shan, and Shay. The famous namesake is the American actress Sharon Stone.

126. Sherilyn

Sherilyn is a combination of Cheryl and Lynn. It means ‘pool below a waterfall’. Variants of Sherilyn are, Cherril, Sharel, and Sheryll.

127. Tarini

Tarini means ‘the saving Goddess’, she who frees, or she who delivers from sin’. It’s of Indian origin.

128. Penelope

Penelope is derived from the Greek mythology, where she is the wife of Odysseus. It means ‘duck and face of the weaver’. The famous namesake is Penelop Cruz, the Spanish actress.

129. Valerie

Valerie means ‘strong, brave, strength or health’, it has its root in Latin. Its variants are Vallery and Vallerina.

130. Vanessa

Vanessa is a beautiful name with a pretty meaning. It has its origins in Greek. It means ‘butterfly’. The nicknames are Ness, Van, Vanny, and Vani.

131. Violet

Derived from the French word, ‘Violette’ and the Latin word ‘Viola’, Violet is a beautiul flower and a pretty color. It became popular after Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck chose the name for their daughter.

132. Xin

Xin means ‘beautiful or elegant’. The name has its origins in Chinese.

133. Yvonne

This French name means ‘archer‘ or ‘yew wood’. The famous namesakes are the actress Yvonne De Carlo and the dancer and actress Yvonne Craig.

Discover More Names

When you have to choose a name for your baby, a few hundreds of names may not be just enough. Keep digging our mine of baby names until you find that one precious gem.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do Singaporean parents typically pick a name for their baby?

Most parents first consider the origin and religion of a name; then they check if the name fits well with their respective culture. Once they select the name, they can modify it to suit their preference and make it pronounceable.

2 Are there any naming customs or traditions in Singapore?

Since the population in Singapore belong to diverse cultures, the naming traditions also differ depending upon the culture and tradition followed by the people. So, the Chinese-Singaporean will follow Chinese naming customs while Indian-Singaporean will follow Indian traditions.

3. Are there any restrictions on baby names in Singapore?

Singapore does not have any specific restrictions on baby names for now.

Singaporean names have diverse origins, with some names derived from European languages, such as French, while others trace their roots to Asian languages, such as Chinese. We have included the meanings and origins for each name to help you choose better. These names have exquisite meanings that have been inspired by nature, religious scriptures, and moral values. Many works of literature and movies have also popularized these names. So, grab your partner and study the meanings to find the name suitable for your baby the most.

Infographic: Singaporean Names For Boys And Girls

Singapore is an Asian country with exotic locales and diverse ethnicities; hence the names relating to the country have a classic and modern appeal. Dwell into this infographic for some unique, stylish, yet meaningful, astounding Singaporean names. You may choose a name for your little one, too.

classy and trendy singaporean names (infographic)

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Key Pointers

  • Many Singaporean names have European roots, but the surnames reflect an Asian, especially Chinese influence.
  • Singaporean baby names commonly signify occupations, positive virtues, and elements of nature.
  • Some short and sweet Singaporean names for boys are Enzo, Reza, and Lim, and some names for girls are Lou, Mila, and Xin.

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