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Correct spelling: abraham

Definition of abraham:

  1. the first of the Old Testament patriarchs and the father of Isaac; according to Genesis, God promised to give Abraham's family ( the Hebrews) the land of Canaan ( the Promised Land); God tested Abraham by asking him to sacrifice his son.

Common misspellings for abraham:

  • aberham (20%)
  • abrham (11%)
  • abrahams (10%)
  • abrahm (8%)
  • araham (6%)
  • aberaham (5%)
  • abrahamic (5%)
  • abreham (5%)
  • abaham (3%)
  • abriham (3%)
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Abraham \a-bra-ham, ab-raham\

father of a multitude (of nations)
Abraham as a boy's name is pronounced AY-bra-ham. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Abraham is "father of a multitude (of nations)". The Hebrew form is Avraham. Biblical: Abraham, celebrated for his great faith, was the ancestor-father of Israel and some of the Arabic peoples. He had a son named Isaac when he was 100 and his wife Sarah was 90. The name was used from the 16th century, and various early saints of the Eastern Roman Empire also bore this name. The name was popular while Abraham Lincoln was president and even after his assasination.
Ibrahim, Ab, Abarran, Abe, Aberham, Abey, Abie, Abrahamo, Abrahan, Abrahim, Abram, Abrami, Abramo, Abrams, Abran, Avi, Avram, Avrom, Brahm, Bram, Ebrahim.

Examples of usage for abraham:

  1. In 1867, Mr. Arnold published a " History of Abraham Lincoln and the Overthrow of Slavery" which is a work of rare interest and of exceptional historic value.
  2. She looked towards the Plains of Abraham and said nothing.
  3. September 13, I need hardly say, is the anniversary of the battle of the Heights of Abraham.