Sean

Sean noun A seine. See Seine . [ Prov. Eng.]
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Sean

• (n.) A seine. See Seine.
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Sean

Sean is a Celtic boy name. The meaning of the name is `God`s grace ` Where is it used? The name Sean is mainly used In Irish.How do they say it elsewhere? Shane ( In Irish and In English) John ( In English and In the bible) Shaun ( In English) Shawn ( In English) See also In Welsh and In English: Evan In Welsh: Iefan In Welsh: Ieuan In Welsh: I
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Seán

==Origination== In the 11th century, the Norman duke William the Conqueror invaded and conquered England and brought his Norman knights and their dialect with him. In England, the French name Jehan (pronounced dʒɛˈan) came to be spelled John. The Norman kings of England also conquered Ireland in the 13th century and the 14th century. The Irish
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