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It's a lame name.
-- spice123  1/1/2005
Famous bearer is Jim Carrey. He's hilarious!
-- Tbird  7/1/2005
Short version of James. A name of confidence. Strong, good willed. Everybody wishes they knew a gentle, kind man called JIM.
-- rubberneck  9/10/2005
This name was borne by Jim Morrison (born James Douglas Morrison), singer of the famous group The Doors.
-- alberto  1/7/2006
Not exactly famous, but a bearer of this name is Cairo Jim from the Cairo Jim Chronicles by Geoffrey McSkimming.
-- kittyjones  3/30/2006
BORIIING...*yawn*
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2006
I prefer Jamie or Jacey, Jim sounds lame and too "Amish." Brrr.
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2006
There was a missionary named Jim Elliot who was murdered along with four other missionaries in the jungles of Ecuador. His wife, Elisabeth Elliot, has written a book about it titled "Through Gates of Splendor."
-- Anonymous User  7/10/2006
I really like it. I think it's better than some of the things you see people naming their kids nowadays. It's simple yet phonetically pleasing.
-- Miss Natla  8/21/2006
I don't think of this name as a "yaaaawn...booo-ring" name like some of you. Jim is a cool simple name that reminds me of a nice fit man. It's better than half the names I hear nowadays.
-- pink_floyd_fan  8/21/2006
Jim is a nice name, but it doesn't stand alone. It works well as a nickname though.
-- Anonymous User  8/30/2006
A bearer is the late Jim Henson (The Muppets and The Labrynth).
-- Surreal  12/17/2006
Jim Morrison was a musician from The Doors.
-- Mrs. John Mayer  3/18/2007
Jim Halpert is the name of a character on NBC's "The Office".
-- So Be It  7/18/2007
Not exactly famous either, but Jim is the name of a man in The Vicar of Dibley who is famous for saying 'no no no no no'.
-- Anonymous User  9/20/2007
Jim Davis created the Garfield comic strip.
-- Dianna475  3/25/2008
Jim definitely sounds like someone you could trust. And if it's a boy, it's way better than Jamie or Jacey--those sound like girls' names.
-- Child_of_Darkness  3/30/2008
Jim Hawkins from Treasure Island.
-- sweetkit  8/7/2008
My impression of a "Jim" is someone who is handsome and friendly, and a trustworthy person to have as a friend. Loyal and quiet, but with a sense of humor. Responsible, but not without a willingness to be about a little harmless mischief.
-- CoinOpperated  10/14/2008
This is the name of a guy in The Vicar of Dibley, whose catchphrase is 'no no no no no yes'.
-- Hushpuppy  11/15/2008
Jim Boeheim, head coach of the Syracuse University men's basketball program.
-- meggsxx3  4/30/2009
Jim Bob Walton is the son of John and Olivia Walton on the tv show the Waltons.
-- --allison--  8/9/2009
The hero of "28 Days Later".
-- dramaelf  1/6/2010
Jim Hutton was Freddie Mercury's lover. You know, Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of Queen? Of course you do! There isn't any other lead singer, or any other band!
-- lillyanna  1/18/2010
I've always liked Jim--a heck of a lot more than Jamie. It's a bit of a dying name; I don't know any kids named Jim, they're all James or Jamie. I don't like that. Jim's a nice name, it sounds cool and I don't really like it when there's a nickname for a name and people use the full name. I don't like kids called Henry (I like Hank and Harry), Thomas (Tom) or Michael (Mike). Jim's a cool name, and I wish that more kids were named it.
-- SamBelden  8/7/2011
A famous bearer is the actor Jim Parsons, who is best known for his role as Dr Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory. Sheldon is my favorite character on my favorite show, and his catchphrase "Bazinga!" is my username.
-- Bazinga  12/27/2011
Hahaha, not to be mean, but that comment about Jim sounding like the name of someone you could trust made me laugh a little bit. Because whenever I think of the name Jim, I think of Jim Jones, the leader of the People's Temple who convinced 909 people to kill themselves. He's where the phrase, "Don't drink the Kool-aid." comes from. With an impression like that, I'm not a fan of the name obviously! Stick with James, I say.
-- spaz123  7/15/2012
Although he's known as James in most of the other incarnations, in the BBC series 'Sherlock', Sherlock Holmes' nemesis introduces himself as follows: "Jim Moriarty... hi!" He's called Jim during most of his scenes.
So much about Jim being a name for a trustworthy, good-willed person, who's only up to some harmless mischief... :)
-- morietris  11/15/2012
Does Jim Kirk not count? Because whenever I hear this name I think of the captain of the Enterprise!
-- blow_by_blow  4/11/2013
I love the nickname Jim for the name James! There are so many things I could say about it. It's strong, manly, and firm. It sounds like a trustworthy man with a sense of humor, someone friendly, very loyal, and kind.

I knew someone named Jim; a middle aged man who was the pianist in my church. He was very friendly, and funny in a way.
-- Strangak  6/15/2013
The name Jim was given to 57 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/20/2013
Jim Gaffigan is an American stand-up comedian who often makes jokes about laziness and food.
-- TomMH2  1/15/2014

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