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The name Sebastian is a baby boy name. The name Sebastian comes from the Greek origin. In Greek The meaning of the name Sebastian is: revered.


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Boy or Girl ?: boy
Origin of name: Greek
Meaning: revered.
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written by Kris, December 19, 2007
My son's name is Sebastian. We get so many compliments on his name. I am so glad my husband chose this name for my son!!!
Bastian or Bastion
written by momma to be, February 20, 2008
We are naming our son Bastion, and I think it is a great alternative to Sebastian (also a wonderful name!) It comes from the concept of "the last bastion" or "bastion of strength" We just love it!
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written by Heather, June 07, 2008
i love the name sebastian but my husband thinks its sound like "the little mermaid" i wanted to pair it with Gabriel but we chose Jeremiah or Isaac instead
Sebastian
written by Ana Farr, July 21, 2008
My Sebastian is almost 7 years old. I love his name and am surprised by his nicknames at school - Seb, Sebe, Sebass...
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written by Jessica Durfee, July 30, 2008
My son is named Sebastian and we call him Bastian. I love it.
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written by Livie, November 28, 2009
I am thinking about naming my boy twin sebastian well im having twins a boy and a girl!!!
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written by kreder, March 31, 2010
I'm French and my older son, now 16,is called SébastiEn (the French way of spelling it) which is a classical name here but not too common but everyone calls him Seb, sometimes Sebass. At the beginning, I was always calling him by his entire name as SEB is a brand, so it was strange to me, but finally I called him Seb like everyone and now I feel it's natural and don't think this nickname is awfull. I think that Sebastian is less common in Anglosaxon countries that Sébastien as I never see any actors in films called like that. Is it true?
Bastien is another name for me. I would never think of it as Sébastien in short, but it is lovely too and I think that they are more common nowadays than my son's name.

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