Surnames do, too. - S

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Surname
actually means
Sabo
Taylor (Hung.)
Salama
Salami
Salata
Salad, lettuce
Samac
Single (male) tenant
Samardžija
Donkey saddle maker
Santrač
Wooden fence around a well; iron grid
Sarač
Bootmaker (also makes horse straps)
Sarajlija
denizen of Sarajevo
Sedlan
Saddled
Sedlar
Saddler
Sedmak
Seventh-grader
Sefkerinac
denizen of Sefkerin
Serdar
Serdar (military rank in Ottoman empire)
Sič
Furrier (Hun.)
Sikirica
Little axe
Silni
Powerful
Sinčić
Little son*
Sirar
Cheesemaker
Sirovina
Raw material
Sitar
Sieve maker
Skeledžija
Ferryman
Skok
Leap (noun)
Skorup
Skim of boiled milk
Skuhan
Cooked
Slama
Straw (as a plural, not as a single straw)
Slanina
Bacon
Slavuj
Nightingale
Sloboda
Freedom
Slobodnjak
Freeman
Sluga
Servant
Smeli
Audacious
Smuk
(Aesculap's) Snake
Sokić
Little juice*
Sokol
Falcon
Soldat
Soldier
Solunac
Veteran of Thesallonniki front in WWI.
Somborac
denizen of Sombor
Somun
Bosnian flat bread
Sotonica
Little Satan
Spas
Salvation
Srebrn
Silver (adj.)
Srebro
Silver (noun)
Sremac
Denizen of Srem
Srića
Happiness, Luck (in Dalmatian dialect)
Srna
Doe
Stan
Apartment
Stanar
Tennant
Stančić
Little apartment *
Stanovnik
Resident
Starčić
Little old man*
Starešina
Elder
Stolica
Chair
Stopa
Foot
Straga
From behind, in the back
Strika
Uncle (father's brother only) *
Strugar
Turner (lathe operator) *
Struja
Stream, electricity
Studen
Chill, frost
Stupica
Trap
Subaša
Field keeper; Police chief (tur.)
Subota
Saturday
Sudac
Judge
Sudar
Collision
Sukno
Cloth
Sumrak
Twilight
Surla
Trunk (of elephant)
Surutka
Whey
Suša
Draught
Svećnjak
Candleholder
Svet
World; sacred
Svirac
Player (of a musical instrument)