Meaning:Father of multitudes
A trendy mono-syllabic take on a traditionally biblical name, Bram has a certain cool-guy flair to it. This boy’s name is a derivative of the Hebrew Abraham, but now has standalone name status. Alluding to the biblical figure, the name means “father of multitudes,” but this doesn’t have to refer to biological children alone. Abraham Lincoln lead a nation toward a new age of civilization, while Bram Stoker—officially named Abraham—fathered a genre of thriller, fantasy, and horror. Whether this little boy wants to guide other kids on the playground or make a shocking first impression, Bram could be just the name for him.
Famous People Named Bram
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- Bram StokerNovelist
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