Simon
I. noun Etymology: Greek Simōn, from Hebrew Shim‘ōn Date: before 12th century 1. peter — called also Simon Peter 2. one of the twelve disciples of Jesus — called also Simon the Zealot 3. a kinsman of Jesus 4. a Cyrenian constrained to help Jesus bear his cross to his place of crucifixion — called also Simon the Cyrenian 5. Simon Magus II. biographical name Claude 1913- French writer III. biographical name 1st Viscount 1873-1954 John Allsebrook Simon British jurist & statesman IV. biographical name Herbert Alexander 1916-2001 American economist V. biographical name Neil 1927- American dramatist VI. biographical name Paul (Frederic) 1941- American singer & songwriter

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  • SIMON — SIMON, family of British printers and typographers. OLIVER SIMON (1895–1956) was born in Sale, Cheshire, the son of a cotton merchant. His mother was the sister of sir william rothenstein . Simon was educated at Charterhouse and in Germany,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Simon — (Claude) (né en 1913) écrivain français. Brisant le cadre traditionnel du récit, il mêle aventure individuelle et histoire: l Herbe (1958), la Route des Flandres (1960), le Palace (1962), les Géorgiques (1981), le Jardin des plantes (1997). P.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Simon — masc. proper name, from L., from Gk. Symeon, from Heb. Shim on, lit. hearkening, hearing, from shama he heard. In Eng. O.T., usually printed as Simeon, but in N.T. almost always as Simon. Confused with Gk. masc. proper name Simon, which is from… …   Etymology dictionary

  • simón — (De Simón, nombre de un alquilador de coches en Madrid). m. p. us. coche de plaza. ☛ V. coche simón …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Simon — m Usual English form of SIMEON (SEE Simeon). This form of the name is borne in the New Testament by various characters: two apostles, a brother of Jesus, a Pharisee, a leper, a tanner, a sorcerer (who offered money for the gifts of the Holy Ghost …   First names dictionary

  • Simon — Simon, Paul →↑Simon and Garfunkel …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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