Definitions For Steven

Alternative forms

{{alter, en, steaven, stevvon}}

Etymology 1

From Middle English steven, , voice, command, constitution, from "mouth". See also stevvon.


STEVEN (plural STEVENs) (Northern England, Scotland, obsolete) voice, voice, especially when loud or strong. (obsolete) request, request, petition, prayer, or command.

Derived terms

even steven

Related terms

stevvon stoma


voice a prayer, prayer command

Etymology 2

From Middle English steven, , appointment, from {{inh, en, ang, stefn, , a time, turn, tour of duty}}, from {{inh, en, gem-pro, stabnijaz}}, *stabnij├┤, , fixed time, from {{der, en, ine-pro, *stebh-, , a stake, post; to support, stamp, insist, become angry}}. Cognate with {{cog, gml, stevene, , a court appointment}}, {{cog, non, stefna, , appointment, meeting}}. More at staff.


STEVEN (plural STEVENs) (obsolete) A time, occasion.



Is Steven a Scrabble Word?

Words With Friends NO
Scrabble US NO
Scrabble UK YES
English International (SOWPODS) YES
Scrabble Global YES
Enable1 Dictionary NO

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The word Steven is worth 9 points in Scrabble and 11 points in Words with Friends

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