PRONOUNCED: jo-ah-KEE-no [key]
Meaning & History
Italian form of JOACHIM
. A famous bearer was the Italian composer Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868).
OTHER LANGUAGES: Jokin (Basque), Jehoiachin, Jehoiakim (Biblical), Yehoyakhin, Yehoyakim (Biblical Hebrew), Joaquim, Chimo, Quim, Ximo (Catalan), Jáchym (Czech), Joakim, Jokum, Kim (Danish), Jochem (Dutch), Jaakkima, Joakim, Aki, Kim, Kimi (Finnish), Joachim (French), Joachim, Jochem, Jochen, Jochim, Achim, Jo (German), Ioachim, Ioakeim, Joachim (Judeo-Christian Legend), Joakim (Macedonian), Joakim, Kim (Norwegian), Joachim (Polish), Joaquim, Quim (Portuguese), Akim, Yakim (Russian), Joakim (Serbian), Joaquín, Chimo, Ximo (Spanish), Joakim, Kim (Swedish) |