steven

noun
stev·en | \ ˈstevən \
plural -s

Definition of steven 

1 dialectal, chiefly British : voice

2 dialectal, chiefly British : noise, uproar

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History and Etymology for steven

Middle English, from Old English stefn, stemn voice, sound; akin to Old Frisian stifne, stemme voice, Old High German stimna, stimma, Gothic stibna

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