Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #11 - Ἀβραάμ
Abraham = "father of a multitude"
- the son of Terah and the founder of the Jewish nation
(Heb. H85), ὁ ,
indecl. (in FlJ, Ἄβραμος , -ον ; MM, VGT, s.v.),
Abraham (Genesis 17:5 al.): Matthew 1:1-2 al.
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For a Græcised form Ἄβραμος, cf. BGU II. 585ii. 3 (after A.D. 212) Πααβῶς Ἀβράμου. The non-Græcized form is common in Fayûm documents of the Christian period, e.g. BGU I. 103.11 (vi/vii A.D.) Ἀβραάμ; see further Deissmann BS, p. 187. A Jew Ἀβράμ [ιος ? is named in BGU II. 715ii. 2 (Fayûm—A.D. 101–2).
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