Abram Definition

ābrəm
noun
Webster's New World
adjective

(obsolete) Auburn. [Attested from prior to 1150 until the early 17th century.]

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pronoun

(archaic) Abraham (prophet in the Old Testament). [First attested prior to 1150.]

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A male given name. [First attested prior to 1150.]
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A patronymic surname​. [First attested prior to 1150.]

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A village near Manchester.

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Other Word Forms of Abram

Noun

Singular:
abram
Plural:
abrams

Origin of Abram

  • From Hebrew אַבְרָם (ʾaḇrām, “high father”), from אָב (ʾaḇ, “father”) + רָם (rām, “high, lofty”).

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  • From Old English Eadburh's (a woman's name) hām.

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  • Alteration of auburn.

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