These are different names; as Holy said Jaime is a Spanish and Portuguese name. If they pronounce it like Jamie, then they are ignorant. If they pronounce it like “Hello May”, it’s a different name.
Jaime is a gender-neutral name of Spanish origin. This name is a form of James and means “supplanter”. This name has religious and traditional origins.
The name Jaime is primarily a gender-neutral name of Spanish origin, meaning displacer. form of James. Pronounced “JAY-mee” or “HI-may”
Jaime originally means “may God protect“. Also, Jaime means “holder of the heel” (from Hebrew “‘akév/עָקֵב” = heel) or “displacer” (from Hebrew “‘akáv/עָקַב” = to follow/displace), because Jacob was born to grasp the heel of his firstborn twin brother Esau and he bought his birthright to replace him.
Jaime is also the 316thth most common first name globally. It is worn by 1,967,961 people. The surname is most common in Mexico, where it is borne by 40,164 people, or 1 in 3,090.
The name Jaime is both a boy’s and a girl’s name of Spanish origin.
Jaime is a brown unisex name of primary Hebrew origin.
Well, young Jamie would be surprised. Sixty-one percent of the Jamies born since 1980 have been girls (including Herald health reporter Jamie Komarnicki). The numbers skew even further (almost two to one) when you consider other more feminine spellings of the name: Jaime and Jaimie.
Nicknames for the name Jamie:
Jay. Yes. Jami. Jimi.
Other variations of the names
And conversely, James can be translated into Spanish not only as Diego, but also as Iago, Jacobo and Santiago.
Jamie is a male and female given name. It’s a diminutive of James or more rarely other names.
Meaning of Jaime
In French, “j’aime” means “I love”.