Hiram

[name] Hiram (Hebrew חִירָם `high-born`), Standard Hebrew Ḥiram, Tiberian Hebrew Ḥîrām) is a biblical given name. ==People== ==Fictional people== ==Similar spelling== ...
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Hiram

Hiram (hī'rum) . 1. In the Bible, king of Tyre, c.969–936 B.C., a friend of David and Solomon. Solomon and Hiram shared in trade with India and the Mediterranean, and Hiram sent much material for the Temple. 2. In First Kings, artisan in metals from Tyre, sent for by Solomon to work ...
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Hiram

Hiram is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `exalted brother` The name Hiram is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Hierome, Hermie
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Hiram

Phoenician king of Tyre (reigned 969–936 ), who appears in the Bible as an ally of the Israelite kings David and Solomon.[2 related articles]
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