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Jaakko is a derivative of Jacob. It is gotten from the Latin word Lacobus, which is a name descended from the Hebrew name Yaakov and the Greek name Lakōbos. The word 'Ya'aqob' is the name's root, suggesting that the meaning of Jaakko is 'supplanting' or 'seizing by the heel'. The father of the 1...
From the Latin word, Lacobus, and the Greek word Lakobos, meaning 'supplanter', 'held by the heel', or 'leg-puller', the name Jaako is a variation of the biblical name Jacob or James. The meaning of Jaako is 'supplanter' or 'heel-grabber'; from the circumstances that surrounded the birth of Jacob...
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