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Names Ending with -am for Boys

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"AM" baby names ending with -am are used more often as masculine names.

These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.0635%) and have remained as popular to this day (usage 0.0608%, 4.3% less), but with names like Sam, Isham, Hiram, Ephriam and Bertram becoming somewhat outmoded. The most trendy names for newborns here are Beckham (#486), Abram (#377), Graham (#199), Liam (#2) and Abraham (#180), and there is a rekindling in baby name popularity for Abraham and Abram. Nam (top 5%) and Grisham (3%) are familiar -am last names.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of -am names: Abraham, Abram, Adam, Beckham, Bertram

Abraham [Aberham, Abram, Avraham, Avram, Bram, .. 17 more] 1 Based on Hebrew word. "Father of a multitude (of nations)." Abrahamau, Abraram and Araham are kreatif forms. ..

Abram [Avram, Bram, .. 8 more] 2 Origin fr. Hebrew word. "High father." Ranked in Top 1000. ..

Achiram 3 Origin fr. Hebrew word. "My brother is exalted." Outside Top 1000.

Adam [Addam, Adham, .. 22 more] 4 Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Earth." Ranked in Top 1000.

Adham 5 Derivative of Arabic language. "Black." Not in Top 1000. See also Adim. ..

Amaram 6 Origin fr. Tamil language. "Heavenly." Unique. Amaram, like Aram, ends with the unusual -ram. See also Amram.

[Am, .. 16 more] Form of Ambrose 7 Origin fr. Greek element. "Immortal." Not in Top 1000. See also Al. ..

[Am, .. 1 more] Form of Amos 8 Source fr. Hebrew word. "To carry; borne by God." Outside Top 1000. See also Ani.

Amram 9 Root fr. Hebrew element. "Mighty nation." Unique. Amram, like Avram, ends with -ram. See also Amaram.

Aram [Arram] 10 Derived fr. Assyrian. "High." Not Top 1000 names. ..

Aviram 11 Stems fr. Hebrew language. "My father is mighty." Not in Top 1000. See also Abram.

Avram 12 Derivative of Hebrew. "High father." Uncommon, with the masculine -ram suffix for Avram like Aviram. See also Abrami. ..

Azam 13 From Arabic language. "Great." Not in popularity charts. See also Azeem.

Baram 14 Stems fr. Hebrew. "The nation's son." Not Top 1000 name. See also Barni.

[Barnham] Form of Barnum 15 Derivative of Old English word. Possibly derived from "Baron's home" .. Not Top 1000 name.

Bartram [Barthram] 16 Derived fr. Scandinavian word. "Bright raven." Not in Top 1000. ..

[Bassam] Form of Basim 17 Derived fr. Arabic language. "Smile." Not in Top 1000. See also Bascom.

[Beecham] Form of Beauchamp 18 Stems fr. Old French. "The beautiful field." Rare. Beecham, like Brigham, ends with the masculine -ham.

Beckham 19 From Old English word. "Homestead by the stream; Becca's homestead." Prominent, with the -ham ending like Barnham. ..

Bertram [Bartram, .. 12 more] 20 Derived fr. Old French, Old German. "Bright, famous raven." Uncommon, with the -ram suffix for Bertram, Bartram like Byram.

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -am names for boys.

Abraham - Bertram
Abraham [Bram, Abram, Avram, Avraham], Abram [Bram, Avram], Achiram, Adam [Addam, Adham], Adham, Amaram, Ambrose [Am], Amos [Am], Amram, Aram [Arram], Aviram, Avram, Azam, Baram, Barnum [Barnham], Bartram [Barthram], Basim [Bassam], Beauchamp [Beecham], Beckham, Bertram [Bartram]

Bram - Gilam
Bram, Brigham [Briggham], Byram, Byron [Byram], Cameron [Cam], Cobham [Cobbham], Cramer [Cram, Kram], Cunningham [Conyngham], Damek [Adham], Denham, Dor [Doram], Dunham, Earlham, Eilam [Elam], Eliam, Ephraim [Ephream, Ephriam], Farnham [Farnam, Fernham], Gautam, Gershom [Gersham], Gilam

Gorham - Liam
Gorham, Graham [Gram, Graeham], Grant [Grantham], Gresham, Hadar [Hadaram], Hallam, Ham, Hashim [Hisham], Hiram [Hyram], Ilan [Elam], Ingram [Ingraham, Yngraham], Isam, Isham, Jeroboam, Joram, Jotham, Kameron [Kam], Kareem [Karam], Latham, Liam [Lyam]

Macadam - Wyndham
Macadam [Mcadam], Malki [Malcam, Malkam], Markham, Nachman [Nacham], Noam, Pelham [Pellam], Racham [Raham], Ram, Sam, Samson [Sam], Samuel [Sam], Thomas [Tam], Tristan [Tristam, Tristram], Wadham, Waltham, Wickham, William [Liam], Wolfgang [Wolfram, Wulfram], Wortham, Wyndham [Windham, Wynndham]