It's an anglicized spelling of the Irish name "Sean," which is the Irish form of the name "John."
Shawn is a variant spelling of Sean, which is the Irish word for "John"
'Sean' with an accent over the 'a' is the Gaelic (Irish) name for John. It is sometimes spelt 'Shawn' which is the phonetic spelling of the name.
the exact same as you've just spelt it:grandfather If you mean how is it spelt in Irish, "Sean athair"
Síle is the Irish language spelling.
No it's Irish and is written Sean (derivative of John). Shawn is generally an American spelling of Sean based on how it is pronounced. The English version is Shaun. The Ulster pronunciation of Sean has led to the name Shane.
Sean Kelly - Irish republican - was born in 1972.
SeanThe name Sean is a baby boy name. The name Sean comes from the Irish origin. In Irish The meaning of the name Sean is: Irish variant of John: God is gracious; gift from God
"Aoibhe" is the Irish spelling. It's pronounced "ee-vuh."
Sean is spelled Seán in Irish Gaelic.
It's probably Irish. It looks like an anglicized spelling of Pádraig. But most Irish Patricks have adopted the English spelling.
The Irish spelling of 'Sheila' is Síle. It is originally derived from Cecilia.