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Такође погледајте: Abrahám, Ábrahám, Abrahàm, и Ábraham


Авраам посла Хагар и Ишмаел (1 Мој. 21: 1-14)


Од Рани Латински Ābraham

, од Антички Грчки Ἀβραάμ (Abraám)

, од Хебрејски אַבְרָהָם(aḇrāˈhām, Abraham)

. Glossed as אַב(aḇ, father of)

+ הֲמוֹן(hăˈmōn, multitude of)

in Genesis 17:4–5; or from Хебрејски אַבְרָם(aˈḇrām, Abram)



Властита именица[уреди]

Abraham (plural Abrahams)

  1. (Јудаизам, Хришћанство, Ислам, Baha'i) A prophet in the Old Testament, Qur'an and Aqdas; a Semitic patriarch who preached monotheism, father of the Jewish patriarch Isaac and the Arab patriarch Ishmael. [First attested prior to 1150.][1]
  2. A мушка дато име. [First attested prior to 1150.][1]
    • 1961, Kurt Vonnegut, Mother Night, Dell (1975), page 28:
      "Lincoln wasn't a Jew, was he?" he said. "I'm sure not," I said. - - - "The name Abraham is very suspicious, to say the least," said Goebbels. "I'm sure his parents didn't realize that it was a Jewish name," I said. "They must have just liked the sound of it. They were simple frontier people. If they'd known the name was Jewish, I'm sure they would have called him something more American, like George or Stanley or Fred."
  3. [First attested prior to 1150.][1]
  4. The 14th sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.