Associations to the word «Steven»
STEVEN, proper noun. A male given name, a variant spelling of Stephen.
STEVEN, noun. (UK dialectal) (Northern England) (Scotland) The voice, now especially when loud or strong.
STEVEN, noun. (obsolete) Speech, language.
STEVEN, noun. (obsolete) Voice; cry; that which is uttered; petition; prayer.
STEVEN, noun. (obsolete) A word, command, bidding or direction given.
STEVEN, noun. (archaic) A promise, one's word.
STEVEN, noun. (obsolete) An outcry, shout, or loud call; a clamour/clamor, noise; din.
STEVEN, noun. (obsolete) A sound, the sound of a horn; melody, tune; song; sound made by an animal or a bird.
STEVEN, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To speak; utter; describe; tell of; name.
STEVEN, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To voice an opinion; vote.
STEVEN, verb. (transitive) (archaic) To vouch; speak up (for).
STEVEN, verb. (transitive) (dialectal) To bespeak.
STEVEN, verb. (intransitive) (dialectal) To talk; call out; shout; make a noise.
STEVEN, noun. (obsolete) A time, occasion.
STEVEN, noun. (obsolete) A set time; a date or appointment.
STEVEN, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) To call; summon; command; appoint.
STEVEN, verb. (intransitive) (obsolete) To alternate; take turns.
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