Hebrew, Russian
Father of many nations
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Abram is a Russian form of Abraham. Abraham does not have any literal meaning in Hebrew. The name was actually given to Abram after God promised him that he would become the father of a multitude of nations. This name is therefore taken to mean the same thing.

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