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Forename Jaume

In all the world, Jaume (Jaume Spain France Afghanistan Argentina, 吉米 China, Iacomus Chile) is a common male forename. First name Jaume is characteristic to Spain, where it is quite a common manly name, Finland, where it is quite a rare male name, and Afghanistan, where it is a rare male name. In absolute terms the name is most common in Spain, Afghanistan, and China. Likewise, Jaume is the last name as well as a forename.

Jesus fishJaume is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Jaume

name Jacb, name Yaaqov, name Ya'Acov, name Jaime, name Santjago, name Yacob, name Giacomo, name Séamus, name 吉米, name Jokūbas, name Santiago, name Jämes, name Jacó, name Jakab, name Jakow, name Diego, name Jacobus, name Jakov, name Tiago, name Jakez, name Жауме, name Jakob, name Jiminy, name Jákob, name Jacob, name Jacques, name Jim, name Iacopo, name James, name Jayme, name Yaakov, name Chaime, name Jacopo, name Jakúb, name Jaumet, name Jacco, name Thiago, name Yaacov, name Jaakko, name Ya'Aqov, name Jakub, name Jaume, name Fritaa, name Jockel, name Iacomus, name Merdaa, name Iacobus, name Jakubs, name Xacobe, name Jacobo, name Jaco, name Džeimss, name Jakób, name Seamus
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Jaume Argentina, France, Afghanistan, Spain
吉米 China
Iacomus Chile
Жауме Ukraine

First name Jaume in the context

Jaume is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Jimmy Olsen , the comic book character, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice; Jimmy Neutron , the animated character, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius; Jimmy Hudson , the fictional character in Marvel Comics; Jimmy Peakes , the character from Harry Potter and Jimmy Woo , the fictional character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of James I of Aragon James I of Aragon James I of Aragon King of Aragon, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1208) link
picture of James II of Majorca James II of Majorca James II of Majorca King of Majorca, Kingdom of Majorca (b. 1243) link
picture of James II of Aragon James II of Aragon James II of Aragon King of Aragon, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1267) link
Jaume Pere d'Aragó i Nicolau Illegitimate Son of Peter III the Great, King of Aragon and Sicily, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1258) link
picture of Jaume March I Jaume March I Jaume March I Casal d'Aragó (b. 1300) link
Jaume de Xèrica (b. 1255) link
picture of Ferrer Bassa Ferrer Bassa Ferrer Bassa Gothic painter and illuminator from 14th century. He introduced Italian style in Crown of Aragon, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1285) link
Jaume l'Almoiner (b. 1270) link
Jaime Sarroca bishop of Huesca (b. 1250) link
picture of Jaume de Prades i de Foix Jaume de Prades i de Foix Jaume de Prades i de Foix cardinal (b. 1341) link
Jaume d’Aragó Son, bastard of Jaume I of Sicily (b. 1291) link
picture of James III of Majorca James III of Majorca James III of Majorca King of Majorca (b. 1315) link
Jaume Cabrera Catalan painter (b. 1301) link
picture of James I, Count of Urgell James I, Count of Urgell James I, Count of Urgell Infante of Aragon (b. 1321) link
Jaume Cascalls sculptor of Catalan Gothic (b. 1301) link
Jaume de Montjuïc Casal d'Aragó (b. 1300) link
Jaume de Montjuïc Principality of Catalonia (b. 1300) link
picture of Jehuda Cresques Jehuda Cresques Jehuda Cresques cartographer from Palma, Majorca, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1350) link
Jaume Conesa (b. 1320) link
picture of Jaume Mateu Jaume Mateu Jaume Mateu Crown of Aragón artist, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1382) link
Jaume March II Spanish poet, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1334) link
picture of Jaume Roig Jaume Roig Jaume Roig Valencian writer and physician, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1400) link
Jaume Desplà archivaris (b. 1357) link
picture of Jaume Fabre Jaume Fabre Jaume Fabre (b. 1400) link
picture of James II, Count of Urgell James II, Count of Urgell James II, Count of Urgell Infante of Aragon (b. 1380) link
picture of Jaume Huguet Jaume Huguet Jaume Huguet Spanish artist, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1412) link
Jacopo I Appiano (b. 1322) link
picture of Giacomo I Crispo Giacomo I Crispo Giacomo I Crispo Italian noble, Republic of Venice (b. 1383) link
picture of Jacopo Gattilusio Jacopo Gattilusio Jacopo Gattilusio third Lord of Lesbos (b. 1390) link
Jaume Callís Casal d'Aragó (b. 1364) link
Jaume Marquilles Casal d'Aragó (b. 1368) link
picture of Iacopo II Appiani Iacopo II Appiani Iacopo II Appiani Lord of Piombino (b. 1400) link
picture of Jaume Ferrer de Blanes Jaume Ferrer de Blanes Jaume Ferrer de Blanes Spanish politician, España (b. 1445) link
Jaume Vergós the elder Spanish painter, 1399-1460 (b. 1399) link
Jaume Ferrer I Spanish painter (b. 1400) link
Jaume de Santcliment Spanish politician, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1400) link
Jaume Capdebou Spanish friar, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1400) link
picture of Giacomo II Crispo Giacomo II Crispo Giacomo II Crispo Italian noble, Republic of Venice (b. 1426) link
Jaume Gonçalvo Casal d'Aragó (b. 1400) link
Jaume Ferrer (b. 1400) link
Jaume Garde (b. 1400) link
Jaume Domènec España (b. 1400) link
Jaume Despujol España (b. 1400) link
Jaume Safont Spanish historian and politician, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1420) link
Jaume Serra i Cau Catholic cardinal, France (b. 1427) link
Jaume Cirera spanish painter, Principality of Catalonia (b. 1430) link
Jaime Cardona Catholic cardinal, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1405) link
Jaume Destorrent i Casa-saja Casal d'Aragó (b. 1430) link
Jacomart Spanish artist, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1411) link
picture of Jaume Forner Jaume Forner Jaume Forner Spanish painter (b. 1500) link
Iacopo III Appiani Prince of Piombino (b. 1422) link
picture of Iacopo V Appiani Iacopo V Appiani Iacopo V Appiani Lord of Piombino (b. 1480) link
Jaume de Nostredame father of Nostradamus (b. 1470) link
Jaume Segarra Spanish painter, España (b. 1480) link
Jaume Caçador Spanish politician, España (b. 1484) link
Iacopo IV Appiani Lord of Pimobino (b. 1459) link
Jaume Cerveró Spanish politician, España (b. 1500) link
Jaume Fiella politician (b. 1500) link
Jaume d'Olesa i Sanglada Mallorcan politician, writer and poet, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1500) link
Jaume de Vilaragut (b. 1500) link
Jaume de la Geltrú (b. 1500) link
Jaume de Casafranca (b. 1500) link
Jaume Pau (b. 1500) link
Jaume Guitardes Casal d'Aragó (b. 1500) link
Jaume Alfons Casal d'Aragó (b. 1500) link
Jaume Caçador i Claret Spanish politician, España (b. 1519) link
Jaume Honorat Pomar botanist (b. 1550) link
Jaume Cortey (b. 1548) link
Jaume d’Olesa i Calbó Casal d'Aragó (b. 1552) link
Jacopo VI Italian aristocrat (b. 1539) link
Jaume Ramon Vila Spanish historian, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1569) link
Jaume Cordelles (b. 1559) link
Jaume Sala i Pasqual (b. 1576) link
picture of Jaume Salvador Jaume Salvador Jaume Salvador Spanish botanist, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1649) link
Jaume Cadell Spanish military personnel, España (b. 1600) link
Jaume Beuló Spanish politician, España (b. 1600) link
Jaume Joan de Berga i de Sales Mallorcan jurist, Mallorquina (b. 1600) link
Jaume Pallarès España (b. 1590) link
Jaume Ruiz de Castellblanch España (b. 1595) link
Jaume Vidal Catalan monk, musician, writer and bible scholar (b. 1606) link
Jaume Gamundí "Fembra" (b. 1600) link
Jaume Arnau (b. 1600) link
Jaume Cendrat (b. 1600) link
Jaume Cassià (b. 1600) link
Jaume Bartomeu (b. 1600) link
Jaume d'Agullana España (b. 1600) link
Jaume Amigó España (b. 1600) link
Jacopo VII (b. 1581) link
Jaume Joan Vives (b. 1624) link
Jaume Solà España (b. 1634) link
Jaume Pujades i Alzina España (b. 1638) link
Jaume Puig i Beuló (b. 1638) link
Jaume de Carreras i del Portal Spanish military personnel, España (b. 1658) link
Jaume Antoni Fiol i Manera Mallorcan notary, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1658) link
Jaume Jordà (b. 1650) link
Jaume Freixa Cabestany Spanish politician, España (b. 1670) link
picture of Jaume Caresmar i Alemany Jaume Caresmar i Alemany Jaume Caresmar i Alemany España (b. 1717) link
Jaume de Copons i de Tamarit Spanish politician and diplomat, España (b. 1680) link
Jaume Pomerol Spanish artist, España (b. 1684) link
Jaume Finestres i de Monsalvo Spanish historian, Casal d'Aragó (b. 1691) link