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Definition of Shearn

Shearn
Shearn Shearn, n. [AS. scearn. Cf. Scarn.] Dung; excrement. [Obs.] [Written also shern.] --Holland.

Meaning of Shearn from wikipedia

- Shearn (1869–1953), American lawyer and judge Harry Shearn (1892–1951), Australian politician Nicola Shearn (born 1966), British swimmer Tom Shearn (born...
- Shearn Moody Jr. (May 23, 1933 – June 25, 1996) was an American financier, entrepreneur, and philanthropist from Galveston, Texas. He was heir to a financial...
- Harry Vivian Shearn (28 April 1892 – 21 January 1951) was an Australian politician who was an independent member of the Legislative ****embly of Western...
- Thomas Aaron Shearn (born August 28, 1977) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. Shearn, who spent 11 years in the minor leagues, made his big league...
- Moody married Libbie Rice Shearn. They had four children:Mary Elizabeth (who married Edwin Clyde Northen), William Lewis III, Shearn, and Libbie (who married...
- in for Michael Kay in the summer of 2019 for Yankees play-by-play Chris Shearn – producer/on-air wrap-around host of The Michael Kay Show; host of Yankees...
- Nicola Shearn (born 14 October 1966) is a former synchronized swimmer from Great Britain. She competed in both the women's solo and women's duet competitions...
- Clarence John Shearn (1869 – February 12, 1953) was a prominent New York City lawyer, a judge in the New York Court of Appeals, and a president of the...
- Amy Shearn (born 1979) is an American author of fiction, essays, poetry, and humor. Shearn's debut novel How Far Is The Ocean From Here was published by...
- Jr. and aunt of businessman Shearn Moody, Jr. Northen was born to William Lewis Moody, Jr. and Libbie Rice Moody (née Shearn) on February 10, 1892 in Galveston...
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