Baram is a Hebrew name that has a very specific meaning – “high place”. In Jewish culture, high places are often associated with holiness and spirituality, as they are believed to be closer to God. Baram is a relatively uncommon name, but it has a deep cultural significance for those who choose to use it. Some notable people with the name Baram include Baram Nagari, a famous Israeli poet and journalist, and Baram Tubul, a well-known musician and composer.


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Gur-Aryeh, Moshman, Shneiur, Yakir, Yoshiya

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