The name Bram is a boy's name of Hebrew, Dutch origin meaning "father of multitudes". Bram and is often added to lists like Halloween Baby Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "What would be the perfect twin?".
From the experts:
Bram has an unusual measure of character and charm for a one-syllable name; it started as a hipper-than-Abe diminutive of the biblical Abraham, but is also an independent Irish and Dutch name, made famous by Irish-born Dracula creator Bram (nee Abraham) Stoker. Bram is currently Number 16 in the Netherlands; Bram Howard was a character on The West Wing.
Another route to Bram is Bramwell, as in early actor Bramwell Fletcher, who — speaking of horror movies — was noted for his mad scenes in the 1932 film The Mummy.