Silvanus

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Latin Silvanus, from silva (forest).

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Silvanus

  1. (Roman mythology) A god of forest.
  2. (biblical) A companion of Paul, also called Silas.
  3. A male given name, more often spelled Sylvanus, but never popular in either form.

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