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Celebrity Baby Names
Starting with Letter "S"

Artists are creative by nature and often give their children quite creative names! Some are traditional, some unique, and some are, well, just down right weird. It doesn't really matter at the end of the day for these kids, though, because for the most part they were dealt a pretty good hand in life considering the wealth and stature of their respective parent(s).


Check out some of the interesting names celebs have given their children. Click on a block or drag the slider to select the first initial of the celebrity's first name.

  • Valentina Paloma Pinault
    Valentina Paloma Pinault
    Salma Hayek had a big impact on the popularity of the girl’s name Valentina when she named her daughter that on September 21, 2007. Lucky Valentina’s father is French billionaire François-Henri Pinault. About a year and a half after her birth, the baby’s parents finally tied the knot on, you guessed it, Valentine’s Day 2009. Since Valentina was born, the name has greatly improved in usage, although primarily among Hispanic-Americans. It’s a lovely name that means “healthy and strong” but it’s also forever associated with the notions of romantic love.
  • Charlotte Grace and TBA Prinze
    Charlotte Grace and TBA Prinze
    Sarah Michelle Gellar is just one of those actresses hard not to love. She’s our little kick-ass Vampire slayer. Married to Freddie Prinze, Jr. since 2001, the couple has had an impressive run without any drama or scandal surrounding their relationship (as is often the case in Hollywood marriages). Their family of two recently became a family of three in 2009 with the birth of their first child, a daughter named Charlotte Grace Prinze. In late September 2012, Sarah Michelle and Freddie expanded to a party of four when they welcomed a baby boy to the brood. The couple has yet to release the baby's name. C'mon guys, what's the big secret?
  • Track, Bristol, Willow, Piper and Trig Palin
    Track, Bristol, Willow, Piper and Trig Palin
    Political celebrity Sarah Palin has five children with her fisherman husband Todd. Her sons are called Track (b. 1989) and Trig Paxson Van (b. 2008). Her three middle children are all daughters: Bristol Sheeran Marie (b. 1990), Willow (b. 1994), and Piper (b. 2001). Not only that, but Sarah became a grandmother at the age of 44 when eldest daughter Bristol gave birth to Tripp Easton Mitchell Johnston (with then-fiancé Levi Johnston). As Sarah came into the political spotlight she was often asked about her unusual name selections. Track and Trig have never landed a spot on the list of the Top 1000 male names in America (which means these names are rarely, if ever, used), but grandson's name Tripp showed up on the charts after Bristol’s baby was born (Tripp is still growing in usage). Love her or hate her, the rise of Palin’s fame has directly coincided with improvements in the usage of Bristol, Willow and Piper. We have to admit, we like her female name choices better than her masculine ones.
  • Wyatt and Levi Crow
    Wyatt and Levi Crow
    Sheryl Crow grew up in Missouri and now lives in Tennessee so it's no surprise she has a little cowboy in her. And the names of her sons reflect this. After the demise of her engagement to Lance Armstrong in 2006 (purportedly because she wanted kids and he didn't), Sheryl decided to take matters into her own hands. In May 2007 she adopted her first son who she named Wyatt Steven Crow. Clearly enamored with motherhood, Crow brought another baby boy into her modern family in 2010; she calls him Levi James Crow. Both boys are born under the sun sign Taurus - that should keep you good and busy for the next 18 years, Sheryl!
  • Lorenzo Dominic LaValle
    Lorenzo Dominic LaValle
    Nicole Elizabeth "Snooki" Polizzi and her Jersey-born fiancé Jionni LaValle welcomed their Guido baby boy on August 26, 2012. Surprisingly for the unabashedly tacky reality TV star, the name the couple chose is pretty tame. Lorenzo Dominic LaValle. Lorenzo is the Italian form of Laurence, which is an Old Roman name identifying a man from Laurentum (an ancient city near Rome that some historians consider the first capital of the Latins). Dominic is also an Italian name from the Latin word “dominus” meaning “our Lord”. Didn’t we all expect some Jersey Italian tough-guy name like Guido, Dino, Gino, Rocco or Vito? Or even classic Italian names rarely used in the United States like Geronimo, Giuseppe, Luigi or Sergio? Snooki keeps on surprising us….
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