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Eoin

Pronunciation:  pronounced the same as Owen
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Pronunciation:  In irish language, pronounced as a single syllable, so sounds like 'own'
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Pronunciation:  oh ih n

oh ih n
so it no
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Pronunciation:  ew n

ew n
cute   no
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Pronunciation:  eeun

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Type of Name:  Religious name
Gender:  Male
Origin:  Australian
Alternate Spelling(s):  Ian Iain
Meaning:  Used in Gaelic for the first born son of a Scots man to replace the name John
Additional Information:  First born son of a John is called Eoin to avoid any confusion in the household. Eoin specifically spelt this way was used for John the Baptist.
Submitted from:  Australia

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Pronunciation:  prounouced the same as the name "euan"
'u-en'
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Pronunciation:  Ian. E- on, eyun
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Type of Name:  Religious name
Gender:  Male
Origin:  Australian
Alternate Spelling(s):  Ian Iain
Meaning:  Used in Gaelic for the first born son of a Scots man to replace the name John
Additional Information:  First born son of a John is called Eoin to avoid any confusion in the household. Eoin specifically spelt this way was used for John the Baptist.
Submitted from:  Australia

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