Yiram is a Hebrew name meaning “he will be exalted”. This name has strong biblical roots and is mentioned in the book of Chronicles as the father of Eliezer, a priest in the temple. The name Yiram has become less common over time but still carries cultural significance in Jewish culture. One interesting fact is that the name Yiram was often given to children born to parents who had experienced great adversity or hardship, as it was believed that the child would be exalted and rise above their difficulties.

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