C names, Corn, Male, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Word names


Coram is an English surname derived from the name of a village called Corham. It seems to be made up from Old English elements corn (corn) and hamm (enclosure; or referring to a low-lying meadow). Coram is also a Latin word meaning “in person; face to face; publicly” and “before; in the presence of” and is used as a legal term.

Nicknames: Cor, Cory/Corey/Cori

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Corum (English)
  • Corram (English)
  • Corham (English)



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