Ethan

[ee-thuh n]
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Contemporary Examples of ethan

Historical Examples of ethan

  • No, it is for you to say whether Ethan Ffrench's unjust caprice is a bar between us.

    The Flying Mercury

    Eleanor M. Ingram

  • And Uncle Ethan seems severe and hard, but it grieves him all the time.

    The Flying Mercury

    Eleanor M. Ingram

  • But Ethan Ffrench said nothing, his gray eyes fixed on the hearth.

    The Flying Mercury

    Eleanor M. Ingram

  • You might learn from Mr. Bailey and take charge of the business with Uncle Ethan.

    The Flying Mercury

    Eleanor M. Ingram

  • The process was continued until Ethan arrived with the clay.


Word Origin and History for ethan

Ethan

masc. proper name, from Hebrew ethan "strong, permanent, perennial, ever-flowing" (of rivers).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper