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Abraam is also the Occitan form of Abraham.
-- Lucille  3/22/2010
Abraam is also in use in Georgia, where it is a more modern form of Abraami (= archaic Georgian form of Abraham). Despite that, Abraam is quite rare in Georgia, though. The form most often used in Georgia today is Abram, which in some cases can also be the Georgian form of 'Abram' ("high father"). That means that in those cases, it comes from a different name than 'Abraham' ("father of many").

Anyway, in Georgian, Abraam is written as: აბრაამ. [noted -ed]
-- Lucille  6/5/2013

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