Ibrahim

Origin: Arabic

إبراهيم‎‎ (Arabic) Ibrāhīm

Meaning: the Arabic form of Abraham, a Hebrew name that either means “father of many”, or it could be a contraction of Abram meaning “high father” with hamon meaning “many, multitude”.

As well as a given name, Ibrahim is also a surname.

Abraham is an imporant figure in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and is considered to be the “father of all nations”

One of the nicknames for Ibrahim is Brahim.

Variants:

  • Ebrahim (Arabic, Persian)
  • Ibraheem (Arabic)
  • Abraham (Hebrew, English, Spanish, French, Dutch, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish)
  • Avraham (Hebrew)
  • Ibragim (Chechen, Ossetian)
  • Aabraham (Finnish)
  • Aapo (Finnish)
  • Abraam (Biblical Greek, Georgian)
  • Ábrahám (Hungarian)
  • Abramo (Italian)
  • Abraão (Portuguese)
  • İbrahim (Turkish)
  • Ibrahima (West African)
  • Abram (Russian, Georgian, Hebrew, English)
  • Avram (Hebrew)
  • Avrum (Yiddish)

 

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