Sinead - Meaning of Sinead

What does Sinead mean?

[ 2 syll. si-nea(d), sin-e-ad ] The baby girl name Sinead is pronounced as -SHiyNEY-D †. Sinead is used chiefly in the Irish language and it is derived from Hebrew origins.

In addition, Sinead is a variant spelling of the name Sinéad (Irish) as well as a variant of the name Jane (English) in the Irish language.

Senaida (English), Seonaid, and Sine are variants of Sinead.

Variant forms share the origin and meaning of Sinead.

Sìneag (pet form) is another variant of Sinead.

See also the related form, Jeannette (French and English).

See also the related categories, hebrew and irish.

Sinead is an infrequently used baby name for girls. It is not listed in the top 1000 names. In 2018, out of the group of girl names directly linked to Sinead, Jane was the most commonly used.

Baby names that sound like Sinead include Samanth, Samanthe, Samath, Sandea, Sandee, Sandey, Sandhya, Sandi, Sandie, Sandy, Sandye, Sanndie, Santanne, Santee, Santi, Santie, Sekhmet, Sennett, Senta, and Shanda.

† English pronunciation for Sinead: SH as in "she (SH.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; EY as in "ate (EY.T)" ; D as in "day (D.EY)"

Details of famous persons named Sinead:
Actress Sinead Cusack, born Jane Moira Cusack, February 18, 1948, Dalkey, County Dublin, Ireland.
Singer Sinead O'Connor, born 8 December 1966, Dublin, Ireland.

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