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Seaver is a Baby Boy name of Anglo-Saxon orgin

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Seaver  is Anglo-Saxon name often  given to a  Baby Boy and it means Fierce stronghold. The SoulUrge Number is 11 , and people called Seaver appears to have inclination to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.

Seaver expression Number is 7, and people with the name Seaver  are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning.

Seaver
Meaning:Fierce stronghold
Origin :Anglo-Saxon
Type:Baby Boy

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