Abraham

Meaning and origin

Abraham is a Hebrew mixed name. The meaning of the name is father of a multitude .



Where is it used?

The name Abraham is mainly used in English, Jewish and in the bible.

How do they say it elsewhere?

Ibrahim (In Muslim)
Avrum (In Jewish)
Avram (In Jewish)
Avraham (In Jewish)
Aapo (In Finnish)


If it's too long people might use

In English and in Jewish: Abe
In English and in Dutch: Bram


For the opposite sex use:

In Other languages: Avra (F)


See also

In Jewish: Avi (M)
In Indian and in Muslim: Ibraheem
In Indian: Ebrahim
Meaning of "Abraham": father of a multitude. / Meaning of "Abram": Exalted father.

What Abraham`s say about their name

The best thing about the name Abraham:
no one has it really and it starts with A.

The worst thing about the name:
abraham lincoln, it has the word ham in it.abracadabra

The best thing about the name Abraham:
It is a powerful biblical name!

The worst thing about the name:
it is long, and abe and bram are not very cute sounding nic names...

If my name wasn`t Abraham....:
my name is Abraham-Jacob, so I am called Jacob

More `Abraham` links

Abraham as abbreviation
Actors named Abraham
Abraham in the encyclopedia