Origin : Irish,
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Numerology information Uilliam:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Uilliam:
Teutonic Meaning: The name Uilliam is a Teutonic baby name. In Teutonic the meaning of the name Uilliam is: Resolute defender.
Irish form of WILLIAM
Expression information Uilliam:
People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.
Soul information Uilliam:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to express their own power in a concrete manner and thus achieve something great for humanity.
Books about Uilliam:
An Tiomna Nuadh Ar Dtíghearna Agus Ar Slanuigh-Theóra Iosa Criosd: Air Na Tharruing Go Fírinneach As a Ngreigis... by Huilliam O'Domhnuill and James McQuige (Aug 31, 2012)
Canfar an Dan: Uilliam English Agus a Chairde (Dan Agus Tallann)
Bildungsidol, Ritter, Held: Herkules bei William Caxton und Uilliam Mac an Lega (Britannica et Americana) (German... by Bianca Ross (1989)
An Tiomna Nuadh AR Dtghearna Agus AR Slanuigh-Thera Iosa Criosd: Air Na Tharruing Go Frinneach as a Ngreigis Ughdarach... by By (author) James McQuige By (author) Huilliam O'Domhnuill (2010)
Eachtra Uilliam: Irish Version of "William of Palerne" (Irish literature - prose) (English and Irish Edition) by Cecile O'Rahilly (Dec 1949)
Eachtra Uilliam. An Irish Version of William of Palerne. Edited with English Translation By Cecile o'Rahilly by Cecile, Ed. O'Rahilly (1949)
An Biobla Naomhtha; Ann A Bhfuilid An Tsean Tiomnadh; Ar Na Tharruing Go Firinneach As A Neabhra Ughdarach. Ris... by Irish Bible;Ulliam O Domhnuill (1817)
Wiki information Uilliam:
Uilliam Seóighe, Archbishop of Tuam, died 1508. Seóighe was said to be a native of Galway town. He directly succeeded Donatus Ó Muireadhaigh, O.S.A, as Walter Blake fitz John had been appointed but not consecrated. Archbishop Seóighe was appointed on...