Note In Turkish and Azerbaijani this name is written with a dotted İ. It appears as İBRAHİM in uppercase and ibrahim in lowercase.
Meaning & History
Turkish and Azerbaijani form of Abraham.
Other Languages & CulturesIbrahim(Albanian) Ebrahim, Ibraheem, Ibrahim(Arabic) Brahim(Arabic (Maghrebi)) Abraham(Biblical) Abraam(Biblical Greek) Avraham(Biblical Hebrew) Abraham(Biblical Latin) Ibrahim, Ibro(Bosnian) Ibragim(Chechen) Abraham(Danish) Ibrahim(Dhivehi) Abraham, Braam, Bram(Dutch) Abraham, Abe, Bram(English) 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, Abrasha(Russian) Abraham(Spanish) Ibrahim(Swahili) Abraham(Swedish) Ebrima, Ibrahima(Western African) Avrum(Yiddish)
Entry updated April 25, 2021