The name Amiram has Hebrew origins and carries a rich history and meaning. It is composed of two Hebrew elements: “Am” (עַם), meaning “people,” and “Ram” (רָם), meaning “exalted” or “high.” When combined, Amiram can be understood to mean “my people are exalted” or “exalted among the people.” The name Amiram is significant in Jewish tradition and has connections to Torah figures. In the Torah, Amiram is mentioned as the father of Moses, Aaron, and Miriam, making him a prominent figure in Jewish history. His role as an ancestor of these revered leaders adds to the significance and esteem associated with the name Amiram.

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