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61 Sebastian Shakespearean 'Twelfth Night', also called 'What You Will' Brother of Viola. 'The Tempest' Sebastian, brother to Alonso. M
62 Sebastien French Revered. M
63 Sebestyen Greek Revered. M
64 Sebestyen Hungarian Revered. M
65 Seeton English From the farm by the sea. M
66 Sefton English From Sefton; town in the rushes. M
67 Sein Spanish Innocent. M
68 Seireadan Irish Untamed. M
69 Selden English From the willow valley. M

70 Selden Teutonic From the manor valley. M
71 Seldon English From the willow valley. M
72 Seldon Teutonic From the manor valley. M
73 Selvyn English Variant of Sylvanus referring to the mythological Greek god of trees. M
74 Selwin Anglo-Saxon Friend at court. M
75 Selwin English Good friend. M
76 Selwyn Anglo-Saxon Friend at court. M
77 Selwyn English Good friend. M
78 Selwyn Latin House friend. M
79 Selwyn Welsh Ardour; fair. M
80 Semyon Russian Russian form of Simon 'God is heard'. M