Syl is a shortened version of the name Sylvester

  • Syl Johnson, American blues and soul singer

SYL may stand for:

  • Strapping young lad, a term or phrase confirming an able-bodied youth.
  • Strapping Young Lad, a Canadian heavy metal band
    • Strapping Young Lad (album), the band's eponymous third album
  • Serbian Youth League, the largest Serbian youth organization in the world
  • Somali Youth League, the first political party of Somalia
  • Socialist Youth League, a number of groups with that name
  • Suomen ylioppilaskuntien liitto (SYL) ry, The National Union of University Students in Finland
  • Sutlej Yamuna link Canal, a canal in India to connect the Sutlej and Yamuna rivers

Other articles related to "syl":

Abdullahi Issa - Biography
... After the turmoil of the war years, Issa joined the Somali Youth League (SYL) at its onset ... He soon became one of the leaders of the SYL, and was eventually appointed the party's Secretary-General ... Issa later went to Paris and New York as an SYL delegate to proclaim the right of the Somali people to independence ...
... syl-la-ble) and with a period when transcribing in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) (e.g ... syl·la·ble), or a special-purpose "hyphenation point" (U+2027, e.g ... syl‧la‧ble) ...
Syl Johnson - Biography
... Syl Johnson is also the father of former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson (previously known as Chad Ochocinco) ... Adding to the Syl's famous family are his brothers, Blues guitarist and singer Jimmy Johnson and bassist Mack Thompson ... Syl Johnson recently appeared on an episode of TV ONE's "R B Divas," which starred his daughter Syleena Johnson ...
Syl Apps, Jr - Transactions
... On June 11, 1964 the New York Rangers selected Syl Apps, Jr in the fourth-round (#21 overall) of the 1964 NHL draft ... On January 26, 1971 the New York Rangers traded Syl Apps, Jr and Sheldon Kannegiesser to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for Glen Sather ... On November 2, 1977 the Pittsburgh Penguins traded Syl Apps, Jr and Hartland Monahan to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Dave Schultz, Gene Carr and a 1978 fourth-round pick (#61-Shane Pearsall) ...