Seán

==Origination== The name originated in the Irish language. It is an adaption of the Anglo-Norman name Johan/John. In 1066, the Norman duke, William the Conqueror conquered England, where the Norman French name Jehan / Johan (pronounced dʒɛˈan) came to be pronounced Jean, and spelled John. The Norman from the Welsh Marches, with the Norman King
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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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