The baby name Baram is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "Buh-ram".
Baram is Hebrew in Origin.
Baram is a Hebrew name that means "son of the nation" or "son of the people". It is a unisex name, meaning it can be given to both boys and girls. In Hebrew, the name is spelled בָּרָם and is pronounced as bah-RAHM.
The name Baram has a long history in Jewish culture. It is derived from the Hebrew word "am", which means "people" or "nation". In the Bible, the name Baram is mentioned as one of the sons of Reuben, the firstborn son of Jacob. Baram is also the name of a river in Israel, which flows from the Golan Heights to the Sea of Galilee.
The name Baram is a combination of two Hebrew words: "bar" and "am". "Bar" means "son of" and "am" means "people" or "nation". Therefore, the name Baram can be interpreted as "son of the people" or "son of the nation". This name is often given to children who are expected to be leaders or who are born into families with a strong sense of community and national identity.