Ioram is also the Georgian and Russian form of Joram.

In Georgian, Ioram is written as: იორამ.

In Russian, Ioram is written as: Иорам.
In Georgian, the nominative case of this name is იორამი (Iorami), which you can also use to find bearers on social media (such as Facebook and LinkedIn).

Also, the name is featured in the patronymic surnames of იორამაშვილი (Ioramashvili) and იორამიშვილი (Ioramishvili).

- (in Georgian; scroll down to the entry for Ioram)
- (in Georgian; scroll down to the entry for Ioram)
- (in Georgian; this is a list of male saints whose name starts with I)
- Ioram Chaduneli (b. 1927): (in Georgian)
- Ioram Saakadze (died 1664): (in Georgian)

As for Russian, here are some sources:

- (in Russian)
- (in Russian; scroll down to the entry for Ioram)

If you use the Russian spelling on e.g. Facebook, you will find a lot of Georgians (which makes sense, given that Georgia is a former Soviet country), but no ethnic Russian bearers as far as I can tell. It looks like the name might be archaic or at least very rare in Russia.

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