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Meaning of Ábraham: Faroese form of Abraham
Abraham was ranked 168 in 2015 US male names list and elevated by 5.62% from its previous ranking of 178 in 2014. Abraham was ranked 963 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 1.58% from its previous ranking of 948 in 2014. Comes from the Hebrew "Ab 'raam" Means "Father of Nations" If party on 20 December.. From robust nature, morally and physically, sure of themselves,Abrahambreathe health and reassured by the powerAbrahamexude. Adventurers, dynamic,Abrahamdo not take up, love to travel and the unexpected. Their adaptability is great. Authoritarian, with a sense of command,Abrahamare leaders of men.
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Abraham is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Abraham is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is popular since 1912 and ranked 168 (0.061156% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 83921 people wear Abraham as their first name. Abraham is a rare first name for a girl in United States which is a rare name since 1971 and ranked 168 (0.061156% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 83921 people have Abraham as their first name. Abraham is not a native United States and Abraham may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.023476% of people in US have this given name.
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History of Abraham
Abraham lived about 20 centuries before Christ. It was a pagan and became a believer in one God. To reward his faith, God gave him a son Isaac. But to put it to the test, he asked him to sacrifice the beloved son. Abraham obeyed, but God stopped his arm. Patriarch of the Jewish people and ancestor of Christ, by his faithfulness to the Lord, Abraham is the father of all believers.
Expression number of Abraham is 8.
Abraham has the potential to attain power and authority in their life. Abraham are skilled and efficient who enjoys rivalries and Abraham does not back away from working hard to achieve what they have resolved in their mind
Names that rhyme with Abraham
Abraham, Avraham, Braham, Caddaham, Graham, Habraham, Ibraham, Ingraham, Maham, SahamFamous people named Abraham
Abraham Gottlob Werner, German scientist
Abraham Ramos, Mexican actor who has participated in various telenovelas and television series
Abraham Cowley, English metaphysical poet of seventeenth-century
Abraham Mapu, Hebrew novelist
Abraham Olano, Spanish cyclist, who competed professionally from 1992 to 2002
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Lauren Abrahams in The Steaks as Actress
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Jesselyn Abrahamse in Death Race: Inferno as Actress
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Faith S. Abrahams in Real Me as Actress
Susie Abraham in Emily as Actress
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Abraham 'Buli' Yehoshua is an Israeli writer who, in addition to the novel, cultivates story, drama and essay.
Abraham Abraham, actor Names like Abraham Abraham Namesakes Related Names: Biblical: Ham, Avraham (Wild Boar, Born in April, Boar-warrior),
Hebrew:Abran (A Wend, Wanderer), Abram, Abe, Abrahamo, Abrami, Abrao, Abriann, Abrieana, Abrienna, Abriéa, Abrionée, Abrionne,
English: Bram, Abrienda,
French: Abrail, Abreale, Abriale,
Greenlandic: Abrahammi (Greenlandic younger spelling of Abraháme),
Other: Rahm (Deserving, Little Famous One), Brahm, Ab, Abrams (Another form of Abraham in language), Aberham, Abhiram (Lovely, Pleasing, Handsome), Abrahem (Father, God, Arjuna's Son), Abra, Abrahamina (Female form of Abraham), Abrahamine (Variant form of Abrahamina),
Posts having Abraham: Comments :Abraham is originally Abram, Hebrew אַבְרָם , Avram, meaning "the father is exalted" or "he is exalted in relation to his father." The God of Israel will change the name to Abraham, which in Gen 17.5 EU is interpreted as "father of a multitude of nations." This is not a literal translation, but a folk etymology. The new name serves as the biblical narrative as an indication of the beginning of God's covenant with the Israelites. "Abraham" was privileged to accurately distinguish the Hebrew patriarch with multiple "Abram". Some scholars have tried to Abraham in connection with a tribe "R (w) hm" mentioned in an Egyptian stele of Seti I dating from 1289 BC. BC and discovered in Beit She'an.
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