The baby name Syma is a girl name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "SEE-muh".
Syma is Hebrew in Origin.
Syma is a name of Hebrew origin, meaning "to hear" or "to be heard." It is a variant of the name Shima, which is derived from the Hebrew word "shema." The name is often associated with the biblical story of Moses, who heard the voice of God from a burning bush. Syma is a relatively uncommon name, and is not ranked among the top 1000 names in the United States.
The history of the name Syma can be traced back to ancient Hebrew culture. In the Old Testament, the word "shema" is used frequently to describe the act of listening or hearing. The name Syma is a modern variant of this word, and is often chosen for its association with the biblical story of Moses. While the name is not widely used, it has been given to girls of various ethnic backgrounds.
Syma is typically pronounced as "SEE-mah" or "SIGH-mah." The name is spelled with four letters, which are pronounced individually. The emphasis is placed on the first syllable, and the "y" is often pronounced as a short "i." The name is easy to pronounce and spell, and is unlikely to be mispronounced or misspelled.
In terms of gender, Syma is typically used as a female name. It is not commonly used as a male name, and is not considered to be gender-neutral. The name is often chosen for its simplicity and uniqueness, and is well-suited for parents who are looking for a name that is both meaningful and easy to pronounce.