Crossword clues for jaime
- Incestuous Lannister twin
- I love: Fr
- I love, in Issy
- House Lannister member on "Game of Thrones"
- Escalante of 'Stand and Deliver'
- Escalante in "Stand and Deliver"
- Educator Escalante
- Chilean netman Fillol
- Brother of Cersei and Tyrion, on "Game of Thrones"
- A Lannister in "Game of Thrones"
- "The Bionic Woman" title character ___ Sommers
- "The Bionic Woman" role
- "The Bionic Woman" character Sommers
- "The Bionic Woman" __ Sommers
- "My Name Is Earl" actress Pressly
- "My Bloody Valentine 3D" actress King
- "Amo" in Amiens
- ___ Lannister (the Kingslayer on "Game of Thrones")
- "I love," to Yvette
- "I love," in France
- Catalan composer ___ NunГі, who wrote the music for the Mexican national anthem
- Longtime Philippine archbishop ___ Sin
- The Bionic Woman's first name
- Elder Lannister son on "Game of Thrones"
- Catalan composer ___ Nunó, who wrote the music for the Mexican national anthem
- Violinist Laredo
- I love: Fr.
- Pressly of "My Name Is Earl"
- Actress Pressly of "I Love You, Man"
- "My Name Is Earl" Emmy winner Pressly
- ''The Bionic Woman'' role
- Pressly of "Joe Dirt"
- Name akin to Diego
- Lindsay's role on "The Bionic Woman"
- Lindsay's bionic role
- Lindsay's "Bionic Woman" role
Jaime is a common Spanish and Portuguese masculine given name for Jacob, James, Jamie, or Jacques. In Occitania Jacobus became Jacome and later Jacme. In east Spain Jacme became Jaime; in Aragon it became Chaime, in Catalonia it became Jaume. In western Spain Jacobus became Iago, in Portugal it became Tiago. The name Saint James developed in Spanish to Santiago, in Portuguese to São Tiago. The names Diego (Spanish) and Diogo (Portuguese) are also Iberian versions of Jaime.
For females, it remains less popular, not appearing on the top 1000 U.S. female names for the past 5 years. It is an alternative spelling of Jamie.
Among Jews in Spanish-speaking countries, "Jaime" is often used as a naturalised version of the unrelated but similar sounding Hebrew name Haim.
Jaime is a Portuguese medium-length film, directed by António Reis and released in 1974. Its subject is Jaime Fernandes, a deceased pacient of the psychiatric hospital Miguel Bombarda in Lisbon.
Category:1970s drama films Category:1974 films Category:Films directed by António Reis Category:Portuguese films Category:Portuguese-language films
Jaime is a 1999 Portuguese drama film directed by António-Pedro Vasconcelos. It was released on 9 April 1999.