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Name Tom - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Courts

Meaning of the name:

Anglo-Saxon Diminutive of Thomas.
Tom and Thom were used as full names since the 18th century in England. Tom owes a lot to novels, first with Tom Pouce in 1729 and Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet Beecher-Stowe's anti-slavery novel, on the eve of the Civil War in the United States.

Celebrities:

French singer Tom Waits, American actors Tom Selleck (Magum), Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, British actor Tom Hardy, English musician Tom Felton, American designer Tom Ford ...

His character :

Tom is a great communicator from his earliest childhood. Good talker, he has a certain charisma. Born leader, he will know how to train his entourage in a furrow of success.

Derivatives:

Thom, Thomas.

His party :

His birthday: July 3 with Thomas, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus.

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