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Name Giacomo - Meaning and origin

Name Giacomo - Meaning and origin



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Origin of first name:

Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

The name Giacomo is the Italian form of the name Jacques. He comes from Hebrew "ya'aqob" which means "the one who supplants".

Celebrities:

Giacomo Casanova, violinist, writer, spy, Italian diplomat ... best known for being a great seducer.
The Italian Giacomo Puccini, one of the greatest composers of the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century.

James of Zebedee, also called James the Greater or St. James is one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ. He is the eldest brother of the Apostle John. Both are nicknamed Boanerges, who, according to the Gospel according to St. Mark, means "son of thunder".

James of Alpheus is also one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ. He is called James the Minor as opposed to James the Greater.

His character :

Giacomo is a very sentimental and altruistic man. He is laughing and pleasant, but he is actually nervous and worried about nature. Very imaginative, he is pleasant in society but needs to feel supported. It's your turn !

Derivatives:

Giacomazzi, Giacomelli, Giacometti, Giacomin, Giacomini ...

His party :

Giacomo is celebrated on July 25 or May 3, dates respectively celebrated by Jacques de Zébédée and Jacques d'Alphée.

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