Hamish name meaning
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Hamish Name Meaning

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Meaning of Hamish

In arabic meaning is : Edge; corner
See also in Scottish , English , Hebrew , British for meaning.

Hamish Name Origin

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Hamish French
is a former Scottish footballer who is currently head of youth development at Dunfermline Athletic.He later went on to play for Dunfermline Athletic between 1991 and 2000 before finishing his career with spells at Alloa Athletic and Cowdenbeath. He is most fondly remembered by Dunfermline fans for his partnership with Ivo Den Bieman. Fans nicknamed this partnership 'Fish & Chips' because you couldn't think of one without the other. In a 2004 interview, French described the day when Den Bieman was released by the Pars as "the worst day of my life".
 
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Meaning of Hamish in German origin/culture for Boy name with history and fame details.