Abram seems a bit dated but I can tell it has the potential to be a new and trendy name.
Corin Amour Bernard  1/14/2021
The meaning made me lol. "Hey, so uh, my father's high..."
noisynora  12/12/2020
I prefer Abraham.
― Anonymous User  6/28/2019
If one were to simply ask me what my favorite male names were, beginning with this letter out of all the limitless options, Abram would, without hesitation, be set high on that list. It holds sophisticated charm and remains a classic. A well established name that suits to any age and variety of backgrounds. 'Wholesome' may be the correct word to sum up its description.
Greta123  1/22/2019
Personally, Abram sounds like a good name. As far as I know, there is one person who also went by Abram. Abraham Lincoln in one of his many "vote for me" flags had his name as "ABRAM LINCOLN". The link is here:
There are also some House of Representatives members that had the name Abram. One of them is Abram Andrew.
niftinamesti  12/6/2017
Very nice, I prefer it to Abraham. It sounds intelligent and classy, but not in a snobbish way.
― Anonymous User  11/12/2017
I like Abram, but I do not like Abraham.
Luvbug86  12/13/2016
I like this name and if you like it as well and are considering using it for your little guy, some combos I have paired with it that you are more than welcome to take a look at are:

Abram Alexander
Abram Cody
Dakota Abram
Connor Abram
Dominic Abram
Jeremiah Abram
Theodore Abram
Chase Abram
Corey Abram
Dallas Abram
Jared Abram
Hunter Abram
Jeremy Abram
Lucas Abram
Miles Abram
Parker Abram
Thomas Abram
Isaac Abram
Everett Abram
Spencer Abram.
― Anonymous User  4/25/2016
I say this name a Ay-brum. I much prefer this (Abram & also Bram) over Abraham.
― Anonymous User  3/12/2016
This isn't too bad. It's definitely not modern or childish, so that's a plus. And overall the sound of it is a heck of a lot better than Abraham. I'd say if you were trying to decide between Abram and Abraham, pick Abram :)
― Anonymous User  3/21/2013
To my own understanding, I think that the name Abram means either father of none or father of one or the Hebrew meaning that says, high father, because until God changed his name to Abraham he had no issue. That means that his name Abraham got him into the promises of God in his life.
youngproph  12/2/2009
Abram Games (born Abraham Gamse of London 1914 — 1996) was a British graphic designer whose style of work — refined but vigorous compared to the work of contemporaries — earned him a place in the pantheon of the best of 20th-century graphic designers.
Alisha  2/1/2009
I love this name. I'm surprised it isn't more common.
LuzDeTuVida  8/10/2008
Pronounced "Ahb-rahm".
Karcoolka  3/21/2008
"Old Abram Brown is dead and gone, you'll never see him more. He used to wear a long black coat that buttoned down before."
― Anonymous User  2/22/2008
Abram Chasins was an American pianist, composer, broadcaster and author.
Kosta  6/29/2007
I know a really amazing guy named Abram. I love this name now!
― Anonymous User  3/7/2006
The original Hebrew version of Abram is Avram.
arrowhead909  8/20/2005

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