Joachim (given name)

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Joachim derives from the Hebrew Yehoyaqim יְהוֹיָקִים and means "raised by God".[1]

People with the given name Joachim[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Other language forms[edit]

Other language forms:

  • Basque: Jokin
  • Catalan: Joaquim, Quim
  • Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish: Joakim
  • Dutch: Jochem, Jochen, Joachim
  • French: Joachim
  • Galician: Xaquín
  • German: Joachim, Jochen, Achim
  • Greek: Ιωακείμ (Ioakim)
  • Hungarian: Joachim
  • Italian: Gioacchino
  • Maltese: Gwakkin
  • Murcian: Iacin, Juaqui, Quino
  • Portuguese: Joaquim (short forms: Jaquim, Quim)
  • Russian: Йоаким, Аким
  • Serbian: Јоаким (Joakim), Аћим (Aćim), Јаћим (Jaćim)
  • Slovak: Juláchaim
  • Spanish: Joaquín
  • Valencian: Joaquim, Chimo, Ximo

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Behind the Name