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Simon

noun Si·mon \ˈsī-mən\

Definition of SIMON

1
:  peter —called also Simon Peter
2
:  one of the twelve disciples of Jesus —called also Simon the Zealot
3
:  a kinsman of Jesus
4
:  a Cyrenian constrained to help Jesus bear his cross to his place of crucifixion —called also Simon the Cyrenian

Origin of SIMON

Greek Simōn, from Hebrew Shimʽōn
First Known Use: before 12th century

Simon

biographical name Si·mon \sē-ˈmōⁿ\

Definition of SIMON

Claude (-Eugène-Henri) 1913–2005 Fr. writer

Simon

biographical name Si·mon \ˈsī-mən\

Definition of SIMON

1st Viscount 1873–1954 John Allsebrook Simon British jurist & statesman

Simon

biographical name

Definition of SIMON

Herbert Alexander 1916–2001 Am. econ.

Simon

biographical name

Definition of SIMON

(Marvin) Neil 1927– Am. dram.

Simon

biographical name

Definition of SIMON

Paul (Frederic) 1941– Am. singer & songwriter

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