from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Joachim, Joseph 1831-1907. Hungarian violinist and composer. His compositions include violin concertos and an overture to Hamlet.
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- proper n. The father of Virgin Mary in apocryphal gospels.
- proper n. A male given name, always rare in English.
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- n. Hungarian violinist and composer (1831-1907)
Man, I don't think I want to be in Joachim's shoes right now.
Joachim is a Canadian of Sri Lankan descent, who holds 32 Guinness World Records.
Not to get picky, here, but I'm curious why it was mentioned that Joachim is of Sri Lankan descent.
JOACHIM MURAT, who assumed the name of Joachim Napoleon, and was later King of Naples, came from the Department of Lot, in the Auvergne, France, a region known for the Negroid strain in its inhabitants, many of whom are descended from the Moors who settled in that region after they had been driven out of Spain.
The name Joachim (Yehoyaqim) means ` The Lord shall make to stand (or rise) '
Mr. Joachim is an endurance champion whose records include television viewing (69 hours, 48 minutes), dancing (100 hours), radio dj-ing (120 hours), and ironing (55 hours, 5 minutes), among other disciplines.
A Father of the Holy Rosary called Joachim Prester had walked out of his rectory on Eleventh Street and never returned.
There was a great fuss among the Cousins at the notion of Joachim having talked to a Genie; and, to tell you the truth, this was all they thought about, and soon after took their leave.
Marco called Joachim asking if he wanted to watch a movie, so we invited him over, but apparently he'd had enough Freddy to last him a lifetime.
However, during the medieval period there was always an undercurrent of premillennialism among individuals such as Joachim of Fiora and the Spiritual Franciscans.