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Seth

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/ sɛθ /
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noun

the third son of Adam. Genesis 4:25
a male given name.

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Origin of Seth

From Late Latin Seth, from Greek Sḗth, from Hebrew Shēth, a name associated with shāth “he has placed”
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British Dictionary definitions for Seth

Seth
/ (sɛθ) /

noun

Old Testament Adam's third son, given by God in place of the murdered Abel (Genesis 4:25)
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