Ibrahim is the Arabic form of Abraham, a Hebrew name that either means “father of many”, or it could be a contraction of Abram meaning “high father” with hamon meaning “many, multitude”.
As well as a given name, Ibrahim is also a surname.
Abraham is an imporant figure in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and is considered to be the “father of all nations”
One of the nicknames for Ibrahim is Brahim.
إبراهيم (Arabic) Ibrāhīm
- Ebrahim (Arabic, Persian)
- Ibraheem (Arabic)
- Abraham (Hebrew, English, Spanish, French, Dutch, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish)
- Avraham (Hebrew)
- Ibragim (Chechen, Ossetian)
- Aabraham (Finnish)
- Aapo (Finnish)
- Abraam (Biblical Greek, Georgian)
- Ábrahám (Hungarian)
- Abramo (Italian)
- Abraão (Portuguese)
- İbrahim (Turkish)
- Ibrahima (West African)
- Abram (Russian, Georgian, Hebrew, English)
- Avram (Hebrew)
- Avrum (Yiddish)