How popular is the baby name Selig in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, check out all the blog posts that mention the name Selig.

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Popularity of the Baby Name Selig

Posts that Mention the Name Selig

Happy Baby Names – Asher, Felicity, Isaac, Risa

happy baby names

Here are some names with meanings that have to do with happiness:

  • Alaia – Basque for “joyful, happy.”
  • Asher – Hebrew for “happy, blessed.”
  • Bahija – Arabic for “happy, glad.”
  • Fariha – Arabic for “happy.”
  • Felix – Latin for “lucky, successful.”
  • Felicity – from the Latin word felicitas, meaning “good luck.”
  • Fortunato and Fortunata – from the Latin word for “fortunate.”
  • Giocondo and Gioconda – from a Latin name meaning “pleasant, delightful, happy.”
  • Hani – Arabic for “happy.”
  • Isaac – based on a Hebrew name meaning “he will laugh.”
  • Makena – Kikuyu for “happy one.”
  • Macario/Macarius – ultimately based on the Greek word makar, “blessed, happy.”
  • Parviz/Parvaiz – Persian for “fortunate, happy.”
  • Radek (m) and Rada (f) – from the Slavic element rad, meaning “happy, willing.”
  • Risa – Latin for “laugh.”
  • Sikkersoq – Greenlandic for “bud” or “sprout,” but it also means “burst out laughing.”
  • Zelig/Selig – Yiddish for “blessed, happy.”

Which one do you like best?