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Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary adds two further possible meanings: "their sheaves; handfuls of corn". Strangely, in addition to "exalted people" Strong's Hebrew Lexicon also gives the translation as "their slime".
Amatire  4/28/2005
It definitely means exalted nation in Hebrew, not sure where that other stuff comes from. We named one of our sons Amram.
― Anonymous User  1/13/2011
The second syllable is emphasised, not the first as written in the key under the name.
It is said Ahm-RAHM. [noted -ed]
Rodent  4/18/2012
The Turkish form of this name is İmran.
Shibbeh  10/6/2014

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