Bram

Bram

Meaning

Dutch Baby Names | Meanings and Origins Meaning:

The name Bram is a Dutch Baby Names | Meanings and Origins baby name. In Dutch Baby Names | Meanings and Origins the meaning of the name Bram is: A Dutch , meaning 'father of a multitude' Famous bearer: Bram Stoker, 19th century Irish author of Dracula.

English Baby Names Meaning:

The name Bram is an English Baby Names baby name. In English Baby Names the meaning of the name Bram is: Bramble; a thicket of wild gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker was author of Dracula.

Gaelic Baby Names Meaning:

The name Bram is a Gaelic Baby Names baby name. In Gaelic Baby Names the meaning of the name Bram is: Raven.

Hebrew Baby Names Meaning:

The name Bram is a Hebrew Baby Names baby name. In Hebrew Baby Names the meaning of the name Bram is: Father of a multitude. In Genesis the Old Testament patriarch Abram's name was changed to Abraham when it was revealed he would be father of the Hebrew nation. Further popularized by 19th century US president Abraham Lincoln.

Irish Baby Names Meaning:

The name Bram is an Irish Baby Names baby name. In Irish Baby Names the meaning of the name Bram is:

Scottish Baby Names Meaning:

The name Bram is a Scottish Baby Names baby name. In Scottish Baby Names the meaning of the name Bram is: Bramble; a thicket of wild gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker was author of Dracula.

Numerology

SoulUrge Number: 1

People with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.

expression Number: 7

People with this name are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning. They tend to be mystics, philosophers, scholars, and teachers. Because they live so much in the mind, they tend to be quiet and introspective, and are usually introverts. When presented with issues, they will see the larger picture. Their solitary thoughtfulness and analysis of people and world events may make them seem aloof, and sometimes even melancholy.