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Aram

[ey-ram, air-uh m] /ˈeɪ ræm, ˈɛər əm/
noun
1.
Biblical name of ancient Syria.

Aram.

or Aram

abbreviation
1.
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  • But all who knew what Aram was, must be disgusted at the threshold.

  • Mr. Aram thought that it would be within the power of Mr. Chaffanbrass.

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  • "I'm not going to have my client overthrown, you know," said Aram.

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  • And so the matter had been settled, and Mr. Aram himself had ordered the carriage from the inn.

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  • Mr. Aram was now in front of them, and thus they two followed him into the body of the court.

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British Dictionary definitions for Aram

Aram

/ˈɛəræm; -rəm/
noun
1.
the biblical name for ancient Syria
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