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pie (proto indo-european)
*seh₁-> serere > satum > satiō > satiōnem > sǣd > sāwan

This name derives from the Old English “sǣd > sāwan”, meaning “to sow, seed”, from the Latin “serere > satum > satiō > satiōnem”, meaning “to sow, plant, act of sowing, planting”, from the Proto-Indo-European “*seh₁-“, meaning “to sow, plant”. A season is a division of the year, marked by changes in weather, ecology, and hours of daylight. In turn the name means “a person who both ardent and reflexive”.

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