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Joaquin

  \jo(a)-quin\
 

Meaning: established by God

Origin: Hebrew

Details:
Joaquin as a boy's name is a variant of Jehoiakim (Hebrew) and Joachim (Hebrew), and the meaning of Joaquin is "established by God". See also Quinn.

Sounds Like: Jacqin, Jaquan, Jachin.

Examples of usage:

1) Among the other important projects submitted by the Inland Waterways Commission are the following: To connect the Great Lakes with the ocean by a twenty- foot channel by the way of the Erie Canal and the Hudson River, an inner channel extending from New England to Florida; to connect the Columbia River with Puget Sound and deepen the Sacramento and the San Joaquin Rivers, so as to bring commerce by water to Sacramento and other interior California cities. - "History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6)", E. Benjamin Andrews.

2) Do you know John Muir and Joaquin Miller?" - "Rose of Dutcher's Coolly", Hamlin Garland.

3) Monte Video, February 7th, 1844. To H. E. the Vice- President of the Republic, Don Joaquin Suarez. - "Observations on the Present State of the Affairs of the River Plate", Thomas Baines.

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