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Sidney

A place name that derives from either Old French or Old English. Fashionable during the first half of the 20th century. A literary name for Sydney Carton, the hero in the 19th century novel "A Tale of Two Cities," by Charles Dickens. Known for Bahamian-American actor and film director Sidney Poitier who became the first African-American male actor to be nominated and win an Academy Award. Ranks highly as a girl's name. , City Name

Origin
Portuguese
English
Gender
Unisex
Meaning Tags
Religious or Spiritual
Geographic
Variations
Alternative Spellings
Nicknames
Personality
Famous Sidneys
Sir Philip Sidney (poet)
Sidney Sheldon (novelist)
Sidney Lumet (film director)
Dr. Sidney Freedman (MASH character)
Sidney Crosby (hockey player)
Sidney Kingsley (playwright)
Sibling Name Ideas
Sidney is on other name lists
Geographical Names for Boys
Portuguese Boy Baby Names