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Jerry Name - Meaning and Origin

Jerry Name - Meaning and Origin


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Origin of first name:

Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

The name Jerry is derived from the Hebrew name "Yirmeyah", meaning "Iahve pupil". Jerry is a male given name that is close to Jeremiah, Jeremiah and Jeremy. They all mean the same thing: "brought up by God".

Celebrities:

Jerry Naina, from Mauritius, is a local TV host and choreographer who has appeared on numerous shows. American-born Jerry Lee Lewis is a country and rock'n'roll singer-pianist, Jerome "Jerry" Seinfeld, from America, is an author, comedian and comedian. We can also mention the Chancellor of Charles Le Grand (Charlemagne) Jérémy and the actor Jeremy Irons.
Jerry is also the little mouse that torments Tom the cat in the cartoon "Tom & Jerry".
Jeremiah, the prophet of Israel in his day, was also a preacher. He predicts to his people the eventual wrath of Yahweh (god) if he does not reform himself. Jeremiah preferred the spirit to the letter and the path of the heart to intuition. Moreover, the expression "jeremiad" comes from this pious man, who lamented of heavenly chastisements and future torments.

His character :

This man of character is predestined to accomplish great things in his life and to assume responsibilities. Sensitive, intelligent, active and willing, Jerry has the opportunity to create and undertake.

Derivatives:

Geremia, Jeremy, Jeremiah, Jeremie, Jeremiah, Yirmiyahu, Hieremias, Jeremias, Jorma, Jarkko, Jarmo, Jere ...

His party :

We honor the Jerry on the first of May.

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