Seneca is a multicultural name. In Latin, the name is related to a Roman philosopher who served as Nero's tutor. Seneca is also the name of a Native American tribe and can be translated to "people of the standing rock." Despite the strong historical ties to the name, Seneca is decreasing in popularity in the United States and hasn't been widely used since the 1970s.
Similar Names: Seneka, Senyca
Famous Seneca Names: Seneca Wallace (football player), Seneca Stoddard (photographer)