Achim (name)

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Achim
Pronunciation[ˈaxiːm]
Gendermale
Language(s)Hebrew in Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Origin
Meaningmade by Yahweh
Other names
See alsoJoachim

Achim is a male forename and a surname.

Origin and meaning[edit]

Achim (German pronunciation: [ˈaxiːm]) is the German short name for Joachim or Jehoiakim (Hebrew meaning "he whom Jehovah has set up"). In the Bible, Achim is mentioned in Jesus' genealogy as the son of Zadok and father of Eliud (Mt 1, 14). In this case, Achim means presumably "he will make" or "he will set up" in Hebrew (יקים).

Name days[edit]

A name day is the feast day of a saint after whom a person is named.

  • July 26
  • August 16

Persons with the given name[edit]

Persons with the surname[edit]

See also[edit]