The baby name Seaver is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "SEE-ver".
Seaver is English in Origin.
Seaver is a name of English origin that means "one who sews." It is a surname that was originally given to individuals who worked as tailors or seamstresses. The name has been in use since the Middle Ages and has been passed down through generations as a family name. Today, it is also used as a first name for boys.
The pronunciation of Seaver is "SEE-ver." It is a two-syllable name with the emphasis on the first syllable. The name is not commonly used as a first name, but it has gained popularity as a surname. It is often spelled with an "e" at the end, as in "Severe," but the traditional spelling is without the "e."
Seaver is a gender-neutral name, but it is more commonly used for boys. The name has a strong and masculine sound, which may be why it is more popular for boys. However, it can also be used for girls who want a unique and strong name. The name Seaver is made up of two components: "sea" and "ver." "Sea" refers to the ocean or the sea, while "ver" means "to sew." Together, the name Seaver means "one who sews by the sea."