[ ey-bruh-ham-ik ]

  1. being or relating to any of the religions in which Abraham is revered as the first of the patriarchs: The Druze faith is a monotheistic and Abrahamic religion incorporating Islamic, Jewish, and Christian teachings as well as those of Greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle.

  2. relating to Abraham: Our Biblical Theology class spent three sessions discussing the Abrahamic covenant.

Origin of Abrahamic

First recorded in 1690–1700; Abraham + -ic

Words Nearby Abrahamic

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How to use Abrahamic in a sentence

  • Mr. B. I like that; but there is so much to study and learn about the "Abrahamic covenant," that I feel a little discouraged.

    Bertha and Her Baptism | Nehemiah Adams
  • Though they were of Abrahamic lineage in the flesh, they were no heirs of Abraham in spirit or works.

    Jesus the Christ | James Edward Talmage
  • There are no grounds for any arbitrary distinction between the “pre-historic” pre-Abrahamic age and the later age.