masc. proper name, name of the first of the patriarchs in the Old Testament, from Hebrew Abraham "father of a multitude," from abh "father" + *raham (cognate with Arabic ruham "multitude"); the name he altered from Abram "high father," from second element ram "high, exalted." Related: Abrahamic.
1. Abraham Maslow described psychology as "the science of being."
2. Abraham Lincoln achieved greatness.
3. God's covenant with Abraham
4. Abraham Lincoln campaigned for the abolition of slavery, he succeeded.
5. Abraham Lincoln was a fine type of the American patriots.