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The name Jakob is a baby boy name. The name Jakob comes from the German origin. In German The meaning of the name Jakob is: German form of Jacob.


Name Information
Boy or Girl ?: boy
Origin of name: German
Meaning: German form of Jacob.
Expression number: 3
SoulUrge Number: 7
Average Visitor Rating: 4.63 (Out of 5)
Number of ratings: 15

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jakob
written by juliefleming, January 17, 2008
this is my sons name and I love it!!
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written by christinearbeiter, February 12, 2008
this is also my sons name as well as a family name on my husbands side. i love the different spelling!!
Kenshin
written by Jakob, February 24, 2008
This is my name!!!! its spelt JEIKOBU in Japanese and pronounced JEEK-OB-U
Jak
written by Becky, June 04, 2008
I had a daughter first, but if i have a boy next it will definetly be Jakob Matthew. My mother in law wanted us to name our first boy jacob, and we compromised with the k, instead of c. I plan on calling him Jak, or Jako. I think its cute, and more original than jake... just because it comes from Jakob.
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written by L Harr, October 03, 2008
When my husband came to me with this unusual spelling for our as yet unborn son, I didn't like it at first...until he explained that each letter stood for his best friends from college. J - Jeff, A - Anthony, K - Kurt, O - or B - Brett! I love that our son's name has such a personal meaning!! And his friends all brag that we named our son after them!

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