Meaning & History
Short form of Abraham. This name was borne by Bram Stoker (1847-1912), the Irish author who wrote Dracula.
Other Languages & CulturesIbrahim(Albanian) Ebrahim, Ibraheem, Ibrahim(Arabic) Brahim(Arabic (Maghrebi)) İbrahim(Azerbaijani) Abraham(Biblical) Abraam(Biblical Greek) Avraham(Biblical Hebrew) Abraham(Biblical Latin) Ibrahim, Ibro(Bosnian) Ibragim(Chechen) Abraham(Danish) Ibrahim(Dhivehi) Aabraham, Aapo(Finnish) Abraham(French) Abraam, Abram(Georgian) Abraham(German) Ibrahim(Hausa) Abraham, Avraham, Avi(Hebrew) Ábrahám(Hungarian) Ibrahim(Indonesian) Abramo(Italian) Îbrahîm(Kurdish) Braam(Limburgish) Ibrahim(Malay) Abraham(Norwegian) Ibragim(Ossetian) Ebrahim(Persian) Abraão(Portuguese) Abram(Russian) Abraham(Spanish) Ibrahim(Swahili) Abraham(Swedish) İbrahim(Turkish) Ebrima, Ibrahima(Western African) Avrum(Yiddish)
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Entry updated November 16, 2019