Definition of Seyens

1. seyen [n] - See also: seyen



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seyens

sey
seychelles
seyde
seye
seyen
seyens (current term)
seymour fracture
seynt
seynts
seyon
seys
seysure
seysures
sez
sezary syndrome
sezession
sferic
sfericase
sferics
sfermion

Literary usage of Seyens

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1. The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia by John Mactaggart (1876)
"SAXES AND seyens—To have all rid, a clear plan laid out, is to have it all portioned in sa.vts and sevens. ..."

2. Book of the Rhine from Cleve to Mainz, by S. Barring-Gould ... With Eight by Sabine Baring-Gould (1906)
"... family were envied through the whole neighbourhood for their good circumstances. The seyens, vastly wealthy ..."

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