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James

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James

 

The surname James was brought to Ireland from England after it arrived in England following the Norman Conquest. The name James itself is derived from the Latin Jacobus, meaning Jacob. As the name spread around the world it has seen many changes in spelling changes which has lead to the modern day name James. The Irish equivalent of James is "Séamus", pronounced "Shay-mus".