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Meaning of the Name Sever

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The first name Sever is of Anglo Saxon origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Anglo Saxon: Fierce Stronghold

Similar Names

Saber | Seaver | Severo | Sheber | Syver |

Related Names

Aelle  (Anglo Saxon)
Name of Several Kings
Aristarchus  (Latin)
Severe Critic
Azarlah  (Hebrew)
Whom God Helps. The Name Azalrah Was Given to Several Old Testament Characters, Including a King of Judah
Bruce  (Scottish)
Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: ('The Bruce') Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Watching a Spider Spin a Web
Bruce  (English)
Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Watching a Spider Spin a
Brucey  (English)
Diminutive of Bruce: Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Wat
Brucie  (English)
Diminutive of Bruce: Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Wat
Cailean  (Gaelic)
Dove; a Gaelic Form of the Late Latin Columba. The Name Was Borne by St. Columba (521-97), Who Was an Irish Missionary of Great Influence in Both Ireland and Scotland. He Founded Several Monastery Sch
Carol  (English)
Manly, Strong. A Variant of Charles; from Carolus, the Latinized Form of the Name. Famous Bearer: Pope John Paul Ii's Real Name is Karol Wojtyla. Karol is a Variant Spelling of Carol Used in Several E
Constantine  (Latin)
Constant, Steadfast, from the Latin 'Constans' Famous Bearers: Several Roman and Byzantine Emperors Including Constantine the Great, the Christian Emperor Who Made Christianity the Official Religion o
Cosimo  (Italian)
The Italion Form of the Greek Cosmo, Meaning Order. Famous Bearers - Several Members of the Medici Family Including Three Grand Dukes of Tuscany
Emily  (Teutonic)
Work, Animated, Capable, Persevering
Faber  (English)
Derived from the Roman Clan Name Fabius; a Name Given Several Roman Emperors and Saints
Fabian  (English)
Derived from the Roman Clan Name Fabius; a Name Given Several Roman Emperors and Saints
Fabion  (English)
Derived from the Roman Clan Name Fabius; a Name Given Several Roman Emperors and Saints
Fabion  (Latin)
Derived from the Roman Clan Name Fabius; a Name Given Several Roman Emperors and Saints
Faron  (German)
Variant of Ferdinand: an Old German Name, from 'Fardi' Meaning Journey and 'Nanthi' Meaning Venture. Famous Bearers Include Three Holy Roman Emperors and Several Spanish and Italian Kings
Farran  (German)
Variant of Ferdinand: an Old German Name, from 'Fardi' Meaning Journey and 'Nanthi' Meaning Venture. Famous Bearers Include Three Holy Roman Emperors and Several Spanish and Italian Kings
Farren  (German)
Variant of Ferdinand: an Old German Name, from 'Fardi' Meaning Journey and 'Nanthi' Meaning Venture. Famous Bearers Include Three Holy Roman Emperors and Several Spanish and Italian Kings
Favian  (English)
Derived from the Roman Clan Name Fabius; a Name Given Several Roman Emperors and Saints
Favio  (English)
Derived from the Roman Clan Name Fabius; a Name Given Several Roman Emperors and Saints
Favio  (Latin)
Derived from the Roman Clan Name Fabius; a Name Given Several Roman Emperors and Saints
Ferdinand  (German)
An Old German Name, from 'Fardi' Meaning Journey and 'Nanthi' Meaning Venture. Famous Bearers Include Three Holy Roman Emperors and Several Spanish and Italian Kings
Gabriel  (Hebrew)
Man of God. God's Able-bodied One. Famous Bearer: the Archangel Gabriel, Who Appears Several Times in the Bible
Gnup  (Norse)
Took Refuge in Iceland After Several Killings He Performed
Irene  (Greek)
Peace. an Early Christian Martyr, and Later Borne by Several Byzantine Empresses
Israel  (Hebrew)
May God Prevail. He Struggles With God. God Perseveres; Contends. in the Bible When Jacob Was in His Nineties As a Token of Blessing God Changed His Name to Israel
Jolyon  (Latin)
Variant of Julian: Youthful. Jove's Child. from Latin 'Julianus'. Form of Julius and Family Clan Name of Several Powerful Roman Emperors. in the Middle Ages, the Name Julian Was Used for Children of E
Jonathan  (Hebrew)
The Lord's Gift, Severe, Upright, Unforgiving, Possesses a Keen Sense of Duty
Julian  (Latin)
Youthful. Jove's Child. from Latin 'Julianus'. Form of Julius and Family Clan Name of Several Powerful Roman Emperors. in the Middle Ages, the Name Julian Was Used for Children of Either Gender, But i
Julian  (English)
Jove's Child. Form of Julius and Family Clan Name of Several Powerful Roman Emperors. Biblical Roman Centurion Julius Saved Paul's Life During a Hazardous Voyage
Keith  (Scottish)
A Surname Originated from Several Name of Places, Which are of Uncertain Derivation. Keith Might Be Formed from a Gaelic Root Meaning 'The Wind' or 'Wood.' the Use of Keith As a Given Name Dates to th
Kingston  (English)
From the King's Village or Estate 'King's Field.' King is One of Several Titles Occasionally Used As Given Names
Kinsley  (English)
King's Field. King is One of Several Titles Occasionally Used As Given Names
Manfred  (Teutonic)
Mighty Peace, Persevering, Courageous, Excitable
Maria  (Norse)
Name Not Originally Norse But it Appears in Several Sagas and is the Name of King Harald Sigurdsson's Daughter
Parsifal  (Arthurian Legend)
Hero of Several Arthurian Stories
Parzifal  (Arthurian Legend)
Hero of Several Arthurian Stories
Perceval  (Arthurian Legend)
Hero of Several Arthurian Stories
Percival  (Arthurian Legend)
Hero of Several Arthurian Stories
Percyvelle  (Arthurian Legend)
Hero of Several Arthurian Stories
Rene  (Greek)
Diminutive of Irene: Peace. an Early Christian Martyr, and Later Borne by Several Byzantine Empresses
Renie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Irene: Peace. an Early Christian Martyr, and Later Borne by Several Byzantine Empresses
Sabrina  (Latin)
From the Border (In English: Goddess of the River Severn) (Bri, Brie)
Sabrina  (Latin)
From Cyprus, or from the River Severn. in British Legend, Sabrina Was the Illegitimate Daughter of the King of Britain and Was Drowned in the River by Her Father's Ex-wife
Severin  (English)
Boundary
Severin  (French)
Strict; Restrained. A Saint's Name
Severin  (Latin)
Strict; Restrained. A Saint's Name
Severin  (French)
Severe
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