The name אברמקא (Abramka), it is likely a Yiddish diminutive form of אברהם (Avraham). Yiddish is a Jewish language that developed from medieval German and is traditionally spoken by Ashkenazi Jews. Diminutive forms in Yiddish often add a suffix, such as “-ke” or “-ka,” to create an affectionate or diminutive version of a name. Therefore, אברמקא (Abramka) can be understood as a Yiddish diminutive of אברהם (Avraham), possibly used as a term of endearment or familiarity.


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