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Gender: M Pronunciation: SHY-low Meaning of Shiloh: "tranquil" Origin of Shiloh: Hebrew Shiloh's Popularity in 2015: #894

Haunting biblical and Civil War place-name; now unisex—especially after the mega-high-profile Brangelina couple picked it for their daughter.

Many people may associate this name with the 1990s family film about a dog.

Famous People Named Shiloh

Shiloh Fernandez, American actor
Shiloh Keo, American football player
Shiloh Rider, American actor/director

Pop Culture References for the name Shiloh

"Shiloh," David Berkeley song
"Shiloh," novel by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor about a dog named Shiloh
The Battle of Shiloh, major battle in the American Civil War, fought April 6-7, 1862, in southwestern Tennessee
Shiloh, Biblical city in Israel
Shiloh, mentioned in Genesis 49:10, in Jacob's blessing of his son Judah
Shiloh Shepherd, breed of dog
Shiloh, early band of musician Don Henley

Shyloh, Shylo, Shilo, Shiloe