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Gender Masculine
Usage Yiddish

Meaning & History

Yiddish diminutive of JACOB.
Other Languages & CulturesYakub, Yaqoob, Yaqub(Arabic) Hagop, Hakob(Armenian) Jakes(Basque) Jacob, James(Biblical) Iakobos(Biblical Greek) Yaakov(Biblical Hebrew) Iacobus(Biblical Latin) Yakov(Bulgarian) Jaume(Catalan) Jago(Cornish) Jakov(Croatian) Jakub(Czech) Jacob, Jakob(Danish) Jacob, Jacobus, Jakob, Sjaak(Dutch) Jacob, James(English) Jaagup, Jaakob(Estonian) Jákup(Faroese) Jaakob, Jaakoppi(Finnish) Jacques(French) Iago, Xacobe, Xaime(Galician) Iakob, Koba(Georgian) Jakob(German) Iakovos(Greek) Yakubu(Hausa) Iakopa, Kimo(Hawaiian) Yaakov, Yakov, Akiba, Akiva(Hebrew) Jakab, Jákob(Hungarian) Jakob(Icelandic) Séamus, Shamus, Sheamus(Irish) Giacomo, Iacopo, Jacopo, Giacobbe(Italian) Iacomus, Jacobus(Late Roman) Jēkabs(Latvian) Jokūbas(Lithuanian) Jakov(Macedonian) Hemi(Maori) Jacob, Jakob(Norwegian) Jakub(Polish) Iago, Jaime, Jacó(Portuguese) Iacob(Romanian) Yakov(Russian) Seumas(Scottish) Jakov(Serbian) Jakub(Slovak) Jakob(Slovene) Jacobo, Jaime, Yago(Spanish) Jacob, Jakob(Swedish) Yakup(Turkish) Yakiv(Ukrainian) Iago(Welsh)
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