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From Middle English Severne, from Old English Sæfern, ultimately from Proto-Celtic *Sabrinā (compare Welsh Hafren), perhaps from *samaros (summer fallow). Doublet of Sabrina.

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  1. A river of England and Wales that flows into the Bristol Channel.
  2. A long river in northern Ontario which flows into Hudson Bay.
  3. A short river in central Ontario which flows into Lake Huron.
  4. A number of other rivers in Australia, New Zealand and the United States.
  5. A township in Ontario, Canada, created in 1994 on the amalgamation of several smaller communities.
  6. A census-designated place in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States.
  7. A small town in Northampton County, North Carolina, United States.
  8. A surname.

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From Latin Sabrina, from Proto-Celtic *Sabrinā.

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Severn m

  1. Severn