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Subject: Re: Seavert - Dutch?
Author: Indy   (Authenticated as Indigo)
Date: May 3, 2005 at 10:21:13 AM
Reply to: Seavert - Dutch? Slutton and Wedgewood. Meanings? by Mark C.
Seavert is most likely a variant of Sievert (pronounced the same), and Sievert is a form of Siegfried, see hyperlink

Oh and yes, Sievert is dutch, so Seavert could be too because it's pronounced the same, but i haven't seen that spelling before (though it's very logical for English speaking people to use that spelling)


Indy
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