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Meaning of the Name Abraham

51 names found for "Abraham"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Abraham is of Irish, Hebrew, Biblical origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Irish: Father of a Multitude
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
Hebrew: Father of Multitude, Serious-minded, Pessimistic, Affectionate,
Hebrew: Father of a Multitude
Biblical: Father of a Great Multitude

Similar Names

Abarim | Aberahama | Aberama | Abharan | Abhiram | Abiram | Abrahamo | Abrahan | Abram | Abramo |

Related Names

Abarrane  (Basque)
Feminine for Abraham; Father of a Multitude (Abarne)
Abarrane  (Hebrew)
Feminine Form of Abraham. Father of Many
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
Aberahama  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Apelahama: Father to Many (Hawaiian Variant of Abraham)
Abra  (Italian)
Feminine of Abraham
Abracham  (Irish)
Irish Form of Abraham
Abrahamo  (Hebrew)
Variant of Abraham: Father of Many
Abrahan  (Hebrew)
Variant of Abraham: Father of Many
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  (Irish)
High Father. Original Name of the Patriarch Abraham
Abramo  (Italian)
Italian Form of Abraham Father of Many
Abran  (Hebrew)
Variant of Abraham: Father of Many
Abrao  (Hebrew)
Variant of Abraham: Father of Many
Abree  (Italian)
Feminine of Abraham
Abri  (Italian)
Feminine of Abraham
Abriana  (Italian)
Feminine of Abraham
Abrianna  (Italian)
Feminine of Abraham
Abrielle  (Italian)
Feminine of Abraham
Abrienne  (Italian)
Feminine of Abraham
Apelahama  (Hawaiian)
Father to Many (Hawaiian Variant of Abraham)
Avram  (Hebrew)
Variant of Abraham: Father of Many
Avrum  (Hebrew)
Variant of Abraham: Father of Many
Bram  (Scottish)
Bramble; a Thicket of Wild Gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker Was Author of Dracula
Bram  (Irish)
Irish Form of Abraham
Bram  (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
Bram  (English)
Bramble; a Thicket of Wild Gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker Was Author of Dracula
Bram  (Dutch)
A Dutch Diminutive of Abraham, Meaning 'Father of a Multitude' Famous Bearer: Bram Stoker, Th Century Irish Author of Dracula
Hagar  (Hebrew)
Forsaken. Flight. Famous Bearer: the Old Testament Maidservant of Sarah, Wife of Abraham
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
Heber  (Hebrew)
Associate or Fellowship. Partner. Heber Was a Biblical Ancestor of Abraham
Ibraaheem  (Muslim)
Variant of Ibrahim: the Biblical Abraham is the English Language Equivalent. A Prophet's Name
Ibraheem  (Muslim)
Variant of Ibrahim: the Biblical Abraham is the English Language Equivalent. A Prophet's Name
Ibrahim  (Muslim)
The Biblical Abraham is the English Language Equivalent. A Prophet's Name
Ibrahim  (Islamic)
Father of a Multitude, Father of Many (Derived from Hebrew Abraham)
Ibrahim  (Arabic)
Arabic Form of Abraham
Ike  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Isaac: He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearer: Nickname of American President Dwight D. Eisenhower (-)
Isaac  (Hebrew)
He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearers: British Scientist Sir Isaac Newton (-) and the Great Violinist Itzhak Perlman
Ishmael  (Spanish)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ishmael  (Hebrew)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ismael  (Spanish)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Ismael  (Hebrew)
God Listens. in the Bible Ismael Was Son of Abraham by Sarah's Egyptian Slave Woman Hagar
Keturah  (Hebrew)
Fragrance. Sacrifice. Abraham's Second Wife in the Old Testament. A Name Commonly Used by Puritans After the Reformation
Lincoln  (English)
Roman Colony at the Pool. Lakeside Colony. The Name of an Early Roman Settlement in England, Used As Both a Surname and a First Name. Famous Bearer: American President Abraham Lincoln (-)
Sarah  (Hebrew)
Princess. in the Bible, Sarah Was the Wife of Abraham and Mother of Isaac. Her Name Was Originally Sarai (Quarrelsome), But God Commanded That Her Name Be Changed to Sarah Before the Birth of Her Son
Zack  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Zachariah: the Lord Has Remembered, and of Isaac: He Laughs. Laughter. The Only Son Born to Abraham and His Wife Sarah (In the Old Testament). Famous Bearer: Nickname of American Preside
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