Hebrew, J names, Male, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes


Joachim is a German, French, and Polish male name, a contracted form of Jehoiachin meaning “established by Yahweh”, or Jehoiakim meaning “raised by Yahweh”. It can be pronounced as yo-a-keem in German, yaw-a-kheem in Polish, zhaw-a-keem in French, or jo-a-keem in English. Joachim is also as surname originating from the given name.

Origin: Hebrew



  • Ioachim (Latin)
  • Ioakeim (Greek)
  • Jochim (German)
  • Jochen (German)
  • Jokin (Basque)
  • Jehoiachin (Biblical)
  • Jehoiakim (Biblical)
  • Yehoyakhin (Biblical Hebrew)
  • Yehoyakim (Biblical Hebrew)
  • Joaquim (Portuguese, Catalan)
  • Jáchym (Czech)
  • Joakim (Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Serbian, Macedonian)
  • Jokum (Danish)
  • Jochem (Dutch)
  • Jaakkima (Finnish)
  • Gioacchino (Italian)
  • Gioachino (Italian)
  • Akim (Russian)
  • Yakim (Russian)
  • Joaquín (Spanish)


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