Pachomius is the male name of Coptic (Egyptian) origin.
|Copt. Ⲡⲁ ϩ ⲱⲙ [n 1] ( pakhōm ); Greek Αχώμιος|
|Etymological meaning||eagle or falcon; predatory bird|
The name comes from the Coptic language  : ⲡⲁ ϩ ⲱⲙ ( pahōm ) from ϩ ⲱⲙ ( ahōm ) [n 1] ' eagle or falcon ; bird of prey '(initial ⲡ p - means the definite article of the masculine gender). Greek was borrowed in the form of Greek. Παχούμιος and Greek Παχώμιος , where the folk etymology was interpreted as "broad shoulders" from the Greek. πάχυς "wide" and Greek плечμος "shoulder". From Greek to Russian was borrowed in the form of Pachomes ornar. Pahom
- Orthodox ( dates are according to the Gregorian calendar )  : January 24, January 26, March 5, April 3, May 19, May 20, May 28, August 11, August 11, September 20, October 21
- Pachomius the Great (d. 346) - Egyptian monk; the creator of the first Christian monastery and one of the founders of Christian monasticism
- Pakhomiy (Bruskov) (born 1976) - Bishop of Pokrovsk and Nikolaev
- Pahomiy Logofet (Serb) (d. Not earlier than 1484) - hagiographer
- Pachomius - Bishop of Rostov (1214–1216)
- Pakhomiy (Kedrov) (1876–1937) - Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, Archbishop of Chernigov.
- Pachomius Kensky (circa 1450 - circa 1515) - Russian Orthodox saint, venerable.
- Pakhomiy Leonov (in the world of Peter Nazarovich ; d. 1794) - hieromonk of the Russian Orthodox Church; builder of the Holy Assumption Sarov desert.
- Pakhomiy Nerekhtsky (beginning of XIV - 1384) - hegumen, reverend.
- Pakhomiy Russky ( in the world of Procopius ; d. 1730) - the venerable, martyr of the Russian Church, who lived in the first half of the XVIII century.
- Pakhomiy (Simansky) (c. 1709–1789) - Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, Bishop of Ustyug and Totem (1766–1767), Bishop of Tambov and Penza (1758–1756).
- Pakhomiy (Shpakovsky) (1672-1723) - Bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan of Voronezh and Yeletsky.
- If there are no fonts with the Coptic alphabet, the correct display is: pahōm akhōm