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lol... Seamus means "supplanter". It's the Irish form of James. I'm not sure what "supplanter" means, so I looked it up:
–verb (used with object)
1. to take the place of (another), as through force, scheming, strategy, or the like.
2. to replace (one thing) by something else.
lol, I don't think that's a word I'd use to describe him.
Conan and Rhiannon (names for this bean when we find out what we're having), have nicer meanings. Conan means "little hound" or "little wolf" (maybe he'll like dogs or wolves? lol), Rhiannon comes from the old Celtic name Rigantona, which means "great queen". She's the Welsh goddess of fertility and the moon. Not sure if our daughter will fit that until she's grown though, lol. THOUGH, the goddess Rhiannon is known to ride a white horse, so maybe our daughter will like horses? Who knows, lol.