Sivan[sē vän′, siv′ən]
Sivan definition by Webster's New World
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the ninth month of the Jewish year
Origin: Classical Hebrew (language) siwan, akin to Akkadian simānu, name of 3d Babylonian month
Sivan definition by American Heritage Dictionary
The ninth month of the year in the Jewish calendar. See Table at calendar.
Origin: Hebrew sîwān, from Akkadian simānu, a month name, from simānu, season, time; see wsm in Semitic roots.