Gender Masculine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. jo-a-KEE-no
  [key·IPA]

Meaning & History

Italian form of Joachim. A famous bearer was the Italian composer Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868).

Related Names

VariantGioacchino
Other Languages & CulturesJokin(Basque) Jehoiachin, Jehoiakim(Biblical) Yehoyakhin, Yehoyakim(Biblical Hebrew) Chimo, Joaquim, Quim, Ximo(Catalan) Jáchym(Czech) Joakim, Jokum, Kim(Danish) Jochem(Dutch) Aki, Jaakkima, Joakim, Jooa, Kim, Kimi(Finnish) Joachim(French) Achim, Jo, Joachim, Jochen, Jochim, Jockel(German) Ioakeim, Ioachim, Joachim(Judeo-Christian-Islamic Legend) Joakim(Macedonian) Joakim, Kim(Norwegian) Joachim(Polish) Joaquim, Quim(Portuguese) Akim, Yakim(Russian) Joakim(Serbian) Joaquín, Joaquin(Spanish) Joakim, Kim(Swedish)

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Entry updated July 2, 2017