Abram name meaning

Updated: March 20th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Hebrew
Usage: Arabic, English, Russian, Yiddish, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Abram a-bram
Meaning: Father of a Multitude and Many Nations, He who is High is Father, Uplift, Need and Strong Grip
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What does Abram mean?

Acclaimed and Venerable boy name Abram has origin in Hebrew, meaning of Abram is "Exalted Father, High Father, Uplift, Need or Strong Grip" is used prevalently in Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Russian, English, Arabic and Yiddish.

Abram is variant of widespread and biblical Abraham. Abraham is a version of Avraham. Abraham is equivalent of The Hebrew Name אַבְרָהָם Meaning Father of a Multitude [11] [12] in Latin language.

Outstanding and Venerable Abraham came from Hebrew, meaning of Abraham is "Faultless, Father of Many and Father of Nations". Abram is equivalent of The Hebrew Name אַבְרָם Meaning High Father in Latin language.

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How do I pronounce Abram?

The proper pronunciation of two syllabled Abram is a-bram. The name can also be pronounced as ab-ram.

Variants of Abram

Abiram, Abrom, Abraham, Avraham, Aapo, Abiraam, Avi, Ape

Middle Names for Abram

Webster, Drey, Fon, Fort, Ties, view more middle names that goes with Abram

Names that rhyme with Abram

How popular is the name Abram?

Abram was among the popular names in United States. Since emerging in 1880 around 17078 babies have been given the first name. When at the peak of its usage in 1881, it ranked 289th when 856 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys.

However after 139 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but still performing better than most of the names. In addition to that, the first name has been in the top 500 baby names 26 times

Abram is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1996 and achieved its top ranking of 1902 in 2015.

It also recently appeared in France baby boy names chart. But Abram is a popular baby name in South Africa where every 1 in 2000 have the name. As per our research, over 50000 babies have been bestowed Abram around the globe.

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Abram in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Abram

Stress hates your guts. You are all about adventure and travel. You are a team player who's never complaining. If you want to change the world, start with yourself. You are daring and courageous. Accept what you feel and express it when you feel the urge. You love to change and can't stand constancy and monotony. Remember that life is to have fun and don't worry much. You are an example of how a true friend and perfect lover should look like if no 6 is your personality number.

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  •  Lillith - Meaning of Lillith is Night Owl is used predominantly in Arabic, Norwegian and Swedish aimed at baby girls has its origin in Assyrian
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  •  Durrah - Of African-Hausa origin, Durrah is used prevalently in Arabic and Arabic, a gender-neutral name, Durrah means "Companion of Prophet Muhammad or Pearl"
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Sibling Names for Abram

Abram is a name of Hebrew origin, meaning "father of many" or "high father". It's an old testament name given to Abraham, the first Patriarch of Israel. Here's a list of sibling names for Abram that reflect similar origin and meaning:

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Famous people named Abram

  • Abram L. Sachar, American historian and founding president of Brandeis University
  • Abram Harrison, (July 15, 1898
  • Abram Joseph Ryan, American poet
  • Abram Deborin, Soviet Marxist philosopher and academician of the Soviet Academy of Sciences
  • Abram Arkhipov, Russian realist artist
  • Abram Bergson, American economist
  • Abram Room, Russian film director
  • Abram Chayes, American scholar of international law closely associated with the administration of John F. Kennedy
  • Abram Wood, officer
  • Abram Blass, Polish-Israeli chess master
  • Abram Rabinovich, Lithuanian–Russian chess master
  • Abram Salmon Benenson, authority
  • Abram Bowman Kolb, : teacher and publisher; born 10 November 1862 near Berlin
  • Abram Shulsky, neoconservative scholar
  • Abram Wakeman, U.S. Representative from New York
  • Abram Comingo, Democratic Representative representing Missouri
  • Abram Zamikhovsky, {{Cite book
  • Abram Khavin, Ukrainian chess master
  • Abram Model, Russian chess master
  • Abram Chasins, American composer, pianist, piano teacher, lecturer
  • Abram Samoilovitch Besicovitch, Russian mathematician
  • Abram Ioffe, prominent Russian/Soviet physicist
  • Abram Hoffer, Canadian biochemist, physician
  • Abram Ilyich Fet, – a Russian mathematician, Soviet dissident
  • Abram M. Scott, National Republican Mississippi politician
  • Abram Williams, teacher
  • Abram Hewitt, American teacher, lawyer, an iron manufacturer
  • Abram Petrovich Gannibal, Russian military engineer, general
  • Abram Kean, Capt
  • Abram Duryée, Union Army general during the American Civil War
  • Abram A. Hammond, 12th Governor of the U.S. state of Indiana
  • Abram William Lauder, Canadian lawyer and political figure
  • Abram Slutsky, headed the Soviet foreign intelligence service
  • Abram Poindexter Maury, American politician
  • Abram Lyle, is noted for founding the sugar refiners ' Abram Lyle & Sons' which merged with the company of his rival Henry Tate to become Tate & Lyle
  • Abram Farewell, Canadian businessman and political figure
  • Abram Games, British graphic designer
  • Abram Trigg, American farmer and politician from Bedford County
  • Abram Nicholas Pritzker, American businessman and member of the Pritzker family
  • Abram Elam, former American football safety
  • Abram Fulkerson, Confederate officer during the American Civil War
  • Abram Isaac Elkus, American ambassador, judge and public official
  • Abram Lincoln Harris, Abram Lincoln Harris, Jr
  • Abram Penn Staples, Virginia lawyer, legislator and jurist
  • Abram Belskie, British-born sculptor
  • Abram B. Olin, U.S. Representative from New York
  • Abram Raselemane, South African football striker
  • Abram Calderon is well-known for his acting in short The Personals

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