Other Origin(s):French
An unusual variation of the distinguished title Seymour, Seamour is a boy's name of English origin rooted in the Northern French village of Saint-Maur. Introduced to the English tongue following the Norman Conquest of 1066, Seamour honors its French roots while still being modern enough for the present day. It’s original spelling harkens to the sea, and speaks of an openness to change, bolstered by its close proximity to tidal waters. Indeed, Seamour embraces the changeability of the ocean in the very fabric of its construction, abandoning the formality of the dignified Seymour.
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