Origin of the name ARAM.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ARAM.
ARAM (Արամ).Aramu, king of Ararat
(Urartu). He ruled 858-844 BC. His name is said to go back to about 1700 BC. (Proceedings of the Society of
Biblical Archaeology, v.4, 1879). It is probably the same as the
Aram Ilyich Khachaturian (d. 1978), was an Armenian
O.T. [Hebrew Arám (אַרָם)
= "the Highlands, as distinguished from Canaan
the lowlands"]. N.T. [Greek (Ἀράμ), from Hebrew Ram
= "high"]. Usage: America, Germany, Iraq (آرام),
Aram Saroyan, an American biographer, memoirist,
novelist, and playwright. Aram Bartholl, a German artist. (Wiki)
youngest son of Shem, the progenitor of the Syrians. His sons were
Uz, Hul, Gether and Mash or Meshech (Gen. x. 22, 23; 1 Chron. i. 17).
(2) A son of Kemuel (Gen. xxii. 21). He may be
the same as the Ram of Job xxxii. 2.
(3) An Asherite, a son of Shamer or Shomer (1 Chron.
(4) A son of Machir (1 Chron. ii. 23óR.V.).
(5) The country, Syria. In the A.V. it is used
almost exclusively in composition, the one exception being in Numb.
xxiii. 7, where it signifies Eastern Syria, Mesopotamia. In the
R.V. it is found on the margin of Judg. iii. 10, with the same meaning.
∂ The Aramaic, Aramean or Aramaean Language
is the language of Aram or Syria.
Sunday School Teacher's Bible Manual, Hunter, 1894).