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Pronunciation of Mabon

Submitted from:  US/American
Pronunciation:  m AI b aa n

m AI b aa n
me pain bat car no
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Type of Name:  Last Name
Origin:  American

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Pronunciation:  may-bun
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Submitted from:  New Zealand/Scottish
Pronunciation:  M AI b ih n

M AI b ih n
me pain bat it no
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Type of Name:  Last Name
Origin:  Scottish
Meaning:  The surname may be a diminutive of the medieval female given name "Mab(be)", a short form of the Middle English, Old French, "Amabel", from the Latin "amabilis", loveable
Additional Information:  Mabon is of Scottish origin, and derives from the medieval given name "Maban, Mabon", which is cognate with the Welsh "Mabon", and represents the British "Maponos", great son. British (as above) refers to the extinct Celtic language of the ancient Britons

The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Emanuelle Mabon, which was dated 1558, in the "Patent Rolls of London", during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1, 1558 - 1603.

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The surname can also be linked with the Celtic god, Mabon. With such sites as the Lochmaben stone, and the town of Lochmaben.

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Submitted from:  New Zealand/Scottish
Pronunciation:  MAY-bin
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Type of Name:  Last Name
Origin:  Scottish
Meaning:  The surname may be a diminutive of the medieval female given name "Mab(be)", a short form of the Middle English, Old French, "Amabel", from the Latin "amabilis", loveable
Additional Information:  Mabon is of Scottish origin, and derives from the medieval given name "Maban, Mabon", which is cognate with the Welsh "Mabon", and represents the British "Maponos", great son. British (as above) refers to the extinct Celtic language of the ancient Britons

The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Emanuelle Mabon, which was dated 1558, in the "Patent Rolls of London", during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1, 1558 - 1603.

Read more: http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Mabon#ixzz3ZmEAg4tE

The surname can also be linked with the Celtic god, Mabon. With such sites as the Lochmaben stone, and the town of Lochmaben.

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