- A·neu·rin [uh-nahy-ruh n] /əˈnaɪ rən/, 1897–1960, British political leader: minister of health 1945–50.
- a male given name.
Examples from the Web for bevan
Contemporary Examples of bevan
Bevan stopped for a moment to reflect, then wryly demurred, “I sound like a douchebag.”Worlds Collide at the Whitney Art Party
June 10, 2010
Historical Examples of bevan
Martin then read him a letter to Mr Bevan, which he had already prepared.
He explained this to Mr Bevan, and stated what their project was.
From Mr Bevan, of Massachusetts,' he added, giving it to him.
Mr. Bevan, tall and thin and sallow, stepped off the train at Sunkhaze.
I've been getting some points from our counsel, who had a talk with Bevan.
- a stupid or unfashionable male
- an aggressive and surly youth
Word Origin for Bevan
- Aneurin (əˈnaɪ ə rɪn), known as Nye . (1897–1960), British Labour statesman, born in Wales: noted for his oratory. As minister of health (1945–51) he introduced the National Health Service (1948)