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Saylor is quickly becoming one of the top names for girls. In less than a decade, it's made its way up to number 300 on the Social Security Administration's list of the top 1,000 names for baby girls in the United States, and it will most likely keep rising. Many parents choose to use it in place of the traditional spelling of Sailor, which is a word name that has become popular in recent years. Others choose it because it's part of the “surname as a given name” trend that's been hot lately. Either way, it's a cute moniker that pairs well with classic middle names.

Meaning of the name Saylor:

English: Person who sails or operates a ship or boat

Origin of the name Saylor:

Saylor is an alternative spelling to the word name Sailor. It's also a surname with French and German origins.

Baby name Saylor


Symbolism of the name Saylor:

For many new parents, the baby name Saylor most likely symbolizes the ocean or water and boats or ships. It's a good choice for someone who loves traveling or spending time boating, or someone may choose it for their daughter if they want her to be adventurous in life.

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Gender of the name Saylor:

Saylor is whimsical name for little girls.

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Emotion evoked from the name Saylor:

The baby name Saylor evokes images of someone who is joyful and child-like.

Alternative spellings for the name Saylor:

  • Sailor 
  • Sayler
  • Seyler
  • Sailer
  • Seiler

Nicknames for the name Saylor:

  • Say
  • Lori

Popularity of the name Saylor:

Saylor became a top 1,000 name for baby girls in the United States in 2013 and has been making its way up the list ever since. It last ranked at number 300 in 2020.

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