First Names: James
1. Hebrew: Supplanter, substitute; the patron saint of Spain
Look up James in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. James came into the English
language from the Old French variation James of the late Latin name Iacomus.
This was the name of two apostles in the New Testament. The first was Saint
James the Greater, the apostle John's brother, who was beheaded under Herod ...
Someone who is un usually well hung. People with the name James are
generally known for their good looks (especially the eyes) and women are just s...
Biblical Meaning: The name James is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the
meaning of the name James is: That supplants, undermines, the heel.
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The name James comes, after a very curious evolution, from the Hebrew name ...
The name Jacob comes from the Hebrew verb עקב (aqab) meaning to take by ...
Meaning of the name James: From the Ecclesiastic Late Latin Iacomus, an
evolution of Iacobus which is from the Ecclesiastic Iakōbos, a cognate of the
Biblical context, The Biblical baby name James is the Greek version of the
Hebrew name Jacob and it's meaning is supplanter, or one who follows. James is
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