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Name Liam - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Courts

Meaning of the name:

Anglo-Saxon form of William, himself derived from William, composed of the terms "will" and "helm" which respectively mean will and helmet.
Spread in Britain since 1930, it is still among the most popular first names, especially in Scotland and Ireland. He appeared in France in the 1980s.

Celebrities:

Irish actors Liam Neeson and Liam Cunningham, Irish writer Liam O'Flaherty (1897-1984), English musician Liam Gallagher ...

It is the name of the second son of basketball player Tony Parker, born in 2016.

Liam's patron saint is Guillaume, a relative of the Counts of Nevers at the beginning of the 13th century, who was Archbishop of Bourges.

His character :

Liam is naturally reserved and discreet. Shy of nature, he will never take the first step to go to others, it will help him out of his shell. Intelligent and very intuitive, he likes to devote himself to his loved ones and will always manage to succeed in life, putting his shyness aside to achieve his goals.

Derivatives:

Guilhem, Guillerme, Villerme, Bill, Billy, Elmo, Guillermo, Wilhelm, Wil, William, Willy, Wilson.

His party :

The Liams are celebrated on January 10th.

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