The name Ibraham, which originated from Arabic, is a common name used both as a first and last name among Muslims. The meaning of Ibraham is 'father of many' and 'close friend'. It is the name of the Prophet in Islam. The name is also the Arabic version of Abraham. The meaning of Ibraham is also associated with the almighty. It resonates with people of character and pleasing personalities. Ibrahim and Ibraheem are similar names and used by various famous people across the world. This includes Ibrahim Lodhi, the Sultan of the Lodi Empire, Ibrahim Halidi, the Prime Minister of Comoros, Ibrahim Orabi, an Egyptian wrestler, a Canadian footballer Ibrahim Tounkara, Ibrahim Afellay, a Dutch football player, and Ibrahim Meraachli, a Lebanese actor. Being the name of the most significant Prophet in Islam, Judaism, and Christianity, the people with the name Ibraham or Abraham are usually compassionate.