Boim

Boim or Boym is a Yiddish variation of the family name Baum and may refer to:

  • Michał Boym (1612-1659), Polish Jesuit
  • Svetlana Boym
  • Ze`ev Boim, Israeli politician

Other articles related to "boim":

Ze'ev Boim - Biography
... Ze'ev Boim was born in Jerusalem during the British Mandate era ... Boim was the principal of the Rogozin comprehensive High School in Kiryat Gat ... Boim was married with four children ...
Ze'ev Boim
... Ze'ev Boim (Hebrew זאב בוים, 30 April 1943 – 18 March 2011) was an Israeli politician ... Boim was Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Minister of Housing and Construction and Minister of Immigrant Absorption ...
Chapel Of The Boim Family
... The Chapel of Boim family (Polish kaplica Boimów, Ukrainian Каплиця Боїмів) is a small shrine in Lviv, Ukraine, located just outside the Latin Cathedral ... Founded by mighty merchants, Jerzy Boim and his wife Jadwiga Niżniowska, the Boim chapel was finished by their son, Paweł Jerzy Boim ... One of Boim family members who was not buried in the chapel was Michał Boym - one of the six sons of Paweł Jerzy Boim, who became a Jesuit missionary in China, and died in 1659 in the ...