Seren 🔥

Gender: Female Pronunciation: seh-ren Meaning of Seren: "star or sail mast" Origin of Seren: Welsh or Turkish

Seren Origin and Meaning

The name Seren is a girl's name of Welsh origin meaning "star or sail mast".

Seren is a top girls' name in Wales – and a lovely choice almost unknown elsewhere. Seren, in the Sirona form, was an ancient goddess of the hot springs.

Seren only recently fell out of the girls' Top 10 in Wales, and ranks just below the Top 100 in England and Wales combined.

Seren is also a Turkish surname and girls' name.

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nora.rosenberg Says:


You cannot ask for respect if you are not willing to respect other people. Your reaction is not understandable

bethlena Says:


I love this name... it is definitely on my list. I think it sounds similar to Sarah, but like a modern version of the old and tired Sharon.

beachbear Says:


I like this much better than common Serena.

eveyalecia Says:


Nova and Seren make a cute sibset.

Thames Says:


I can't say I care about the origin and meaning. I like how it sounded and we chose it :) It doesn't sound like sarin gas either, by the way. It's Welsh.

autumnreverie Says:


Yes, and by changing the spelling you also changed the meaning and the origin of the name so it now no longer is Welsh and doesn't mean "star."

Thames Says:


Yes, I can see that. It has a "C" obviously. That's the beauty of names, it can be whatever I want it to be. We changed it to a C because we liked how it looked more than the S.

If you're referring to the Turkish name/pronunciation, that's not how we pronounce it and my inspiration/definition did not come from "gazelle".

autumnreverie Says:


Ceren isn't the same name as Seren.

autumnreverie Says:


This is the name of a character of mine on World of Warcraft, ha ha.

I like the name but my husband says it's too close to sarin gas.

esita Says:


Too similar to Sarin gas - shame as is a nice name otherwise

Zelliew Says:


Stella is so much easier but it's OK

Essa Says:


Yeh, cool. Although where I come from 'eh' sounds are usually said more like 'ih/uh' sounds anyway.

RenRose Says:


I suppose, except with an 'en' ending instead of an 'in'.

Essa Says:


Thanks. That's what I thought. So it's pretty much Erin with an S? Much prettier that way than it would be if it was like Seh-REN

RenRose Says:


First :)

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SimoneKadele Says:


I love this name! My friend's friend is named Seren, and she pronounces it SAIR-ehn.

Essa Says:


Emphasis on the first or second syllable?

indiefendi2 Says:


So gorgeous and sleek. I've loved this for years.

Saffron_Rice Says:


My Welsh friend's daughter's name - she's ten. Very pretty. Reminds me of the equally lovely Serena a bit.

laurelrobyn Says:


I absolutely love this name and it's currently in our #1 spot. Our daughter is named Nova and I think Seren would be an excellent addition! Now we just need to have another girl. haha! This name is soft, feminine, but not overly girly as another berry pointed out. I love it's strength and unique qualities. It also has the possibility of a cute nickname- Ren.

NaomiNY Says:


This is the name of a friend of mine from Turkey :)

jpa2234 Says:


Love this name! It's feminine and pretty but not frilly and girly. It's also simple and easy to spell (albeit a little hard to figure out how to pronounce for people who've never heard it before).

Angela Broad Says:


I love this name and wanted it on our 'list'. But DH wouldn't let me because he said it sounded like Sarin.

Catastroffy Says:


I love Welsh names and this is absolutely beautiful!

madmaddie Says:


Which is said how?

elenhaf Says:


I have a friend who has a hissy fit if you don't pronounce her name the welsh way