|Pronunciation||📣 \i-bra-him, ib-rahim\|
|Number in U.S||👶 13,000|
|Rate in 2021||897|
|Name origin||🌍 Arabic|
Meaning of name Ibrahim:
Ibrahim is a variant of the Hebrew name Abraham, which is a contraction of Abram , which is father , and hamon, which is many . Hence, he understands himself as the father of many. The patriarch of the bible had Abram as his initial name, but God would have changed his name to Abraham as a promise that through his son Isaac he would have a long offspring. Through this the Jewish people would have originated. On the part of his son Ishmael, the Muslim people would have originated.
Ibrahim in Albanian, Ebrahim in Arabic, Brahim in North African, Ibrahim in Azerbaijani, Ibrahim in Bosnian, Ibragim in Chechen, Aabraham in Finnish, Ábrahám in Hungarian, Ibrahim in Indonesian, Braam in Limburgish, Ibrahim in Malay, and Ebrahim in Persian.
Famous people named Ibrahim:
Egyptian drug designer and philanthropist – born March 23, 1937 in Mashtul, died June 15, 2017 in Egypt. He began his studies in chemistry and medicine in Austria. He completed his doctorate in 1969 in the field of pharmacology. In 1977 he founded the SEKEM initiative, an organization tasked with spreading biodynamic farming methods in Egypt. He demonstrated the efficiency of sustainable methods in arid terrain. In 2004 he was named an Outstanding Social Entrepreneur by the Schwab Foundation. In 2012 he received the Oslo City Council Award from the Business For Peace foundation.
Turkish painter – born on January 1, 1921 in Ozmangazi, Bursa, and died on July 9, 2019 in Istanbul, Turkey. He began to draw images of his father in the countryside, landscapes, gardens and crops from an early age. In prison he became involved with Nâzim Hikmet Ran, a Turkish poet who also painted. It was this who influenced him and encouraged him to continue painting. Upon leaving prison he had his first exhibition in 1953. Since then he has presented more than 2000 works in 50 different exhibitions. He also wrote 11 books. He is respected for his realistic style.
Cuban singer and musician : born on February 20, 1927 in San Luis, and died on August 6, 2005 in Havana, Cuba. He was part of the group Los Bocucos for almost 40 years. In the same way he participated in other groups such as Conjunto Sorpresa, Chepín and his Oriental Orchestra and also performed with Mario Patterson. In 1991 he recorded with the Afro-Cuban All Stars and in 1996 with the Buena Vista Social Club. With these groups he went on world tours. He also recorded several solo albums for the World Circuit label. In 2004 he won a Grammy but was unable to enter the United States to receive it due to strict immigration laws in place since the events of 9/11.
Characteristics of the most famous people named Ibrahim:
They stand out as talented and sensitive individuals, who tend to be inclined towards art or the humanitarian application of science. They are very intelligent and men of principle. They also make friends easily and forge strong bonds with their loved ones.
Meaning of name Ibrahim
Ibrahim is the Arabic form of the Hebrew name Abraham, handed down from the Bible by the first Jewish patriarch with whom God made a covenant in Genesis 15 that promises a multitude of descendants (as many as the stars) and “To your descendants I will give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the river Euphrates”- the land of Canaan (present-day Israel)'in perpetual possession.'In Genesis 17:5 God says“Your name will no longer be called Abram, but it will be your name Abraham, because I have made you the father of a multitude of nations.” This explains the meaning of the name Abraham. The Hebrew 'ab-Rabin translates Apart from the fact that Abraham was the father of Isaac, that he was the father of Jacob, that he was the father of the twelve tribes of Israel 'father of a multitude.' - Ibrahim is also equally important to the Arab people as to the Jews. This is due to Abraham (or Ibrahim to the Arabs) also father of Ishmael (or Ismā'īl), the founding father of the Arab people (Ishmael was actually Abraham's firstborn). For more on the story, please search for Ismael's name. Clearly Ibrahim /Abraham, effectively the father of a multitude of nations as the patriarchal figure for both the Arabs and the Jews.
Ibrahim did not appear on the US charts until 1990, mainly due to the fact that the United States has never had a large Arab population. However, now that Muslims make up about 4% of the American population, we are beginning to see more and more names of Arabic origin creep onto the charts. Names like Fatima have enjoyed crossover appeal, but names like Mohamed and Ibrahim are fairly restricted to the Arab-American community.
"Ibrahim" is a popular name for boys that has Arabic origin. Meaning of the name Ibrahim is: "Name Of A Prophet".
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My bro's name and I love it!! Ibrahim...has like a boy-ish charm to it....and It's an old name'so I really like it. Ibrahim FTW!!
My name is actually spelled Ibraheem so i guess Ibrahim is actually the more correct way of saying it. But anyways ALMOST EVERYONE i've EVERY MET HAS MISPRONOUNCED MY NAME LIKE THERE"S AN I IN MY NAME It's NOT AN E
It is my name berber pronounce it and write is Brahim... it is Bra and Him in one word. The meaning of this name is "father of the nations" it is true. Brahim or Ibrahim is father of Jewish and Arabic. I am so happy I am the connection between'these people. I hope one day Brahim or Ibrahim will be the reason of the peace.
It's my name and I love it. The name "Ibrahim" happens to be the names of both my patternal and maternal Grandfathe's. So I'm blessed. Have fun if your name is "Ibrahim" for it is the name of the "father of the nations".
in England, KNOWONE can pronounce your name properly. I'm Turkish Cypriot my mum says my name the Cypriot way Ib-ra-hum whereas my dad says it more of a turkish way, Ib-ry-im, English people pronounce it as Abraham, Ibra-him.. So i've given up on them pronouncing my name. Now I'm Ibo, Ib, Ibz, Ibby