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Meaning of the Name Bram

The first name Bram is of Dutch, English, Scottish, Hebrew, Irish, Gaelic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Dutch: A Dutch Diminutive of Abraham, Meaning 'Father of a Multitude' Famous Bearer: Bram Stoker, Th Century Irish Author of Dracula
English: Bramble; a Thicket of Wild Gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker Was Author of Dracula
Scottish: Bramble; a Thicket of Wild Gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker Was Author of Dracula
Hebrew: Diminutive of Abraham: Father of a Multitude. in Genesis the Old Testament Patriarch Abram's Name Was Changed to Abraham When it Was Revealed He Would Be Father of the Hebrew Nation. Further Populariz
Irish: Irish Form of Abraham
Gaelic: Raven

Similar Names

Bahram | Baram | Baran | Barram | Behram | Braen | Brahma | Bramm | Bran | Brann |

Related Names

Abe  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abraham: Father of a Multitude. in Genesis the Old Testament Patriarch Abram's Name Was Changed to Abraham When it Was Revealed He Would Be Father of the Hebrew Nation. Further Populariz
Abraham  (Hebrew)
Father of a Multitude. in Genesis the Old Testament Patriarch Abram's Name Was Changed to Abraham When it Was Revealed He Would Be Father of the Hebrew Nation. The Name Abraham Was Further Popularized
Abram  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet' Servant to Montague
Abram  (Irish)
High Father. Original Name of the Patriarch Abraham
Abram  (Hebrew)
High Father. Exalted Father. in Genesis the Old Testament Patriarch Abram's Name Was Changed to Abraham When it Was Revealed He Would Be Father of the Hebrew Nation
Abram  (Hebrew)
High Father
Abram  (Biblical)
High Father
Abramo  (Hebrew)
Father of a Multitude
Abramo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Abraham Father of Many
Abran  (Spanish)
Variant of Abram 'Exalted Father.'
Abran  (Hispanic)
Father of the Multitude. (Derivation of Hebrew Abram Meaning High Father?)
Braemwiella  (English)
From the Bramble Bush Spring
Bramm  (Gaelic)
Variant of Bram: Raven
Brammel  (English)
Variant of Bramwell: Place Name in Britain
Bramwel  (English)
Variant of Bramwell: Place Name in Britain
Bramwell  (English)
From the Bramble Bush Spring
Bran  (Gaelic)
Variant of Bram: Raven
Brann  (Gaelic)
Variant of Bram: Raven
Branwel  (English)
Variant of Bramwell: Place Name in Britain
Ham  (Hebrew)
Hot. One of the Sons of Noah in the Old Testament Diminutive of Abraham: Father of a Multitude. in the Old Testament Patriarch Abram's Name Was Changed to Abraham When it Was Revealed He Would Be Fath
Marsena  (Biblical)
Bitterness of a Bramble
Marsena  (Biblical)
Bitterness of a Bramble
Sambram  (Hindu)
Rapture, Zest, Enthusiasm
Sanballat  (Biblical)
Bramble-bush, Enemy in Secret
Sanballat  (Biblical)
Bramble-bush, Enemy in Secret
Sansannah  (Biblical)
Bough or Bramble of the Enemy
Sansannah  (Biblical)
Bough or Bramble of the Enemy
Senaah  (Biblical)
Bramble, Enemy
Senaah  (Biblical)
Bramble, Enemy
Seneh  (Biblical)
Bramble, Enemy
Seneh  (Biblical)
Bramble, Enemy
Sennacherib  (Biblical)
Bramble of Destruction

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