Joachim


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Joachim

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1. (Biography) Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf). 1831–1907, Hungarian violinist and composer
2. (Biography) Saint. 1st century bc, traditionally the father of the Virgin Mary; feast day: July 25 or Sept 9
3. (Bible) Saint. 1st century bc, traditionally the father of the Virgin Mary; feast day: July 25 or Sept 9
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