Avraham is a Hebrew name that means “father of many nations”. The name’s origins can be traced back to the Torah, where it’s the given name of the patriarch Abraham, who is considered the father of the Jewish people. The story goes that God called upon Abraham to leave his homeland and promised to make a great nation out of his lineage. Abraham is known for his unwavering faith in God, exemplified by his willingness to sacrifice his son Isaac. In modern Jewish culture, the name Avraham is still commonly used and represents a strong connection to tradition and heritage.

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