What does "Damien" mean?


Damien, originally a Spanish male name, means ‘to tame’ or ‘to subdue’. The Greek root of the name is close to spirit. However, despite unpopular beliefs, the name is not affiliated with Demons or Damnation in anyway.
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[dey-mee-uhn; French da-myan]
Belgian Roman Catholic missionary to the lepers of Molokai.
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