Joachim (given name)

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Joachim
Gaudenzio Ferrari - The Annunciation to Joachim and Anna - WGA07822.jpg
the Annunciation of Saint Anne and Saint Joachim
Pronunciation
GenderMale
Origin
Word/nameHebrew
Meaning"raised by YHVH"
Other names
Alternative spellingYowakim, Joakim
Related namesJoaquín, Joaquim, Imran, Hakim

Joachim is a given name, derived from the Hebrew Yehoyaqim (יְהוֹיָקִים‎), meaning "raised by Yahweh".[1]

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Other language forms[edit]

  • Albanian: Gjokë (def.), Gjoka (indef.)
  • Armenian: Hovakim (Հովակիմ)
  • Basque: Jokin, Iokin
  • Catalan: Joaquim, Quim, Ximo (in Valencian)
  • Czech: Jáchym
  • Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish: Joakim
  • Dutch: Jochem, Jogchum, Jochen, Joachim
  • French: Joachim
  • Galician: Xaquín
  • German: Joachim, Jochen, Achim
  • Greek: Iōākeím (Ιωακείμ)
  • Hungarian: Joakim
  • Irish: Ioaichím
  • Italian: Gioacchino
  • Maltese: Ġwakkin
  • Murcian: Iacin, Juaqui, Quino
  • Polish: Joachim
  • Portuguese: Joaquim (short forms: Jaquim, Quim, Quincas)
  • Romanian: Ioachim
  • Russian: Ioakim (Иоаким), Akim (Аким)
  • Serbian: Joakim (Јоаким), Jakim (Јаким), Akim (Аким), Aćim (Аћим), Jaćim (Јаћим),[2] and diminutives.
  • Spanish: Joaquín
  • Swedish: Joakim, Joacim, Joachim

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Behind the Name
  2. ^ Grković, Milica (1977). Rečnik ličnih imena kod Srba. Belgrade: Vuk Karadžić. pp. 27, 31, 102, 104, 106.