- A prophet in the Old Testament; Semitic patriarch, father of the Jewish patriarch Isaac (by his wife Sarah) and the Arabic patriarch Ishmael (by his concubine Hagar). His name was later changed to Abraham.
- A male given name.
- A surname.
Etymology: From (Hebr.) , ÖÖÖ, 'high father', from , Ö (av = 'father') + , Ö (ram = 'high', 'lofty').
- Dutch: Abram
- Italian: Abramo
- Spanish, Abram
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- The colour auburn, for example in early folios of the play Coriolanus.
- (1811) (cant) naked. (1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue)
- A corruption of auburn
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