|Covid-19|Aisling Symes, 2-year-old New Zealand girl, initially thought abducted, later found dead
Bob Symes, the stage name of inventor Robert Alexander Baron Schutzmann von Schutzmansdorff
Brad Symes (born 1985), an Australian rules football midfielder
Carol Symes, American medieval historian
Cyril Symes (born 1943), a former Canadian politician
Michael Symes, an English footballer
Dimitri K. Simes
Syme (also Symes, Simes) is a surname, and may refer to:Colin Syme (1903–1986), an Australian medical administrator and innovator
David Syme (1827–1908), a Scottish-Australian newspaper proprietor of The Age
David Syme (pianist) (born 1949), an American pianist.
Don Syme, an Australian computer scientist and creator of the F# programming language
Ebenezer Syme (1826–1860), a Scottish-Australian journalist, proprietor and manager of The Age
Geoffrey Syme (1873-1942), son of David Syme, who succeeded his father as proprietor and owner of The Age
George Adlington Syme (1859–1929), an Australian surgeon.
Hugh Syme (GC) (1903-1965), a naval officer and bomb disposal operative, and employee of The Age.
Hugh Syme, a Canadian musician and a Juno Award-winning graphic artist
James Syme (1799–1870), a pioneering Scottish surgeon.
Jennifer Syme (1972–2001), an American actress and production assistant.
John Syme (1795–1861), a Scottish portrait-painter
John Thomas Irvine Boswell Syme (1822–1888), a British botanist
Ronald Syme (1903–1989), a New Zealand-born historian of ancient Rome and classicist.
Syme (1984), a minor character in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four
Gabriel Syme, a character in G.K. Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday