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Boy Names Ending with -ram

Ram ending baby names and what they mean, with 25 results. -ram names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these boy names was at its peak during 1880-1889 (adoption of 0.1%) and has become significantly lower since (adoption 0.1%, 52%), with names such as Bertram becoming less fashionable. Abram (#383) is the most trendy baby name among these, while Balram (top 45%) and Stram (31%) are common -ram last names.

-ram names

Abram - Ingram | Joram - Wolfram

Abram - Ingram

Abram and variantsAbram1, var. Avram1, Bram1
Derived fr. Hebrew. "High father." Abrahm is also a somewhat common kid's name.

Abram2, Avram2, Bram2
Forms of Abraham. Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Father of a multitude (of nations)." Popular as last names. Compare Abram (top 4%), Avram (32%), Bram (20%) and popular surnames Agliam (top 69%), Akram (19%), which also end with -am.

Ahiram, var. Achiram
Derived fr. Hebrew element. "My brother is exalted." Ahiram and Achiram are unusual first names.

Based on Tamil element. "Heavenly." Not in Top 2000. See also Amiran.

Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Mighty nation." Amram is not a Top 2000 name. See also Amaram.

Aram and variantsAram, var. Arram
Derivative of Assyrian element. "High." Aram is commonly used as a boys' name among these variations.

Source fr. Hebrew word. "My father is mighty." Abiram and Aviam are creative variations. See also Avrum.

Root fr. Hebrew word. "High father." Rare. Avram (cf. Abram, Addam) ends with -am. See also Abrams.

Based on Hebrew word. "The nation's son." Rare as a birth name, but Baram is similar to the more conventional Karam. See also Byrum.

Bartram1, var. Barthram
Derivative of Scandinavian word. "Bright raven." Not in Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ram names: Abram, Aram, Bertram, Hiram, Ingram

Bertram and variantsBertram, var. Bartram2
Derivative of Old French, Old German. "Bright, famous raven." Less used today. Bertram was the variation last listed (the 1970s) in the Top 2000.

Origin fr. Scottish, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Bramble." Bram is not frequently adopted as a birth name. See also Byran.

Form of Byron. Origin fr. Old English element. "At the byres or barn." Byram is not in the Top 2000. See also Byrne.

Stems fr. Old English element. Place name .. Byram is rare as a boys' name. See also Bran.

Cram, Kram
Var. of Cramer. Source fr. Old German element. "Peddler." Cram and Kram are unique as children's names.

Form of Dor. From Hebrew. "Generation." Scarce as a baby name, but Doram is comparable to the more conventional Dorian.

Form of Graham. Derivative of Old English word. "Gravel homestead." Compare last names Grame (top 71%), Grat (86%). See also Garan.

Var. of Hadar. Root fr. Hebrew language. "Splendor, glory. ornament; citrus fruit." Unique as a baby name.

Hiram and variantsHiram, var. Hyram
Source fr. Hebrew word. "My brother is exalted." Adoption of Hyram and variants was widespread a century ago and is now lower, with Hiram becoming somewhat dated.

Based on Scandinavian, Old English languages. "Raven of peace; raven of Anglia." A moderately rare boys' name, Ingram is found more often as a surname.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ram names for boys.

1. Abram - Ingram
Abram [Bram, Avram], Abraham [Bram, Abram, Avram], Ahiram [Achiram], Amaram, Amram, Aram [Arram], Aviram, Avram, Baram, Bartram [Barthram], Bertram [Bartram], Bram, Byron [Byram], Byram, Cramer [Cram, Kram], Dor [Doram], Graham [Gram], Hadar [Hadaram], Hiram [Hyram], Ingram

Joram, Kareem [Karam], Ram, Tristan [Tristram], Wolfgang [Wolfram, Wulfram]

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