Haimo

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Haimo, also spelled Hamo, Heimo, Hamon, Haim, Haym, Heym, Aymo, Aimo, etc., is a masculine given name of Germanic origin. The Old French forms are Haimon, Aymon, Aimon, Aymes. It is a hypocoristic form of various Germanic names beginning with the radical haim-, meaning "home". It is the origin of the surnames Hammond and Fitzhamon.[1]

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Aymon
Haimo
Haymo
Hamo
Hamon

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  1. ^ Thorvald Forssner, Continental-Germanic Personal Names in England in Old and Middle English Times (Uppsala, 1916), pp. 140–142.