Other Origin(s):French, German, Italian, Scandinavian
Meaning:Stern, severe, austere
Severin is a masculine name of Latin origin, from sĕvērus, meaning “stern,” “severe,” and “austere.” Potterheads may think of the strict Professor Severus Snape, but Severin’s suave ending makes it a notable appellation baby can make their own. Severin can be found throughout Europe in Italian, Scandinavian, German, and French-speaking communities. You’ll know you picked the right choice when baby starts sporting an ever-so-dapper furrowed brow.
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