[ 2 syll. hi-ram, hir-am ] The baby boy name Hiram is pronounced in English as HHAY-RahM †. Hiram's language of origin is Hebrew and it is predominantly used in the English language. Hiram is a variant form of the Hebrew Achiram.
A form of Hiram is the English variant spelling Hyrum.
Hiram is an unusual baby name for boys. Its usage peaked in 1905 with 0.038% of baby boys being given the name Hiram. Its ranking then was #269. The baby name has since experienced a steep drop in frequency, and is used only on a very modest scale today. Among all boy names in its group, Hiram was nonetheless the most regularly used in 2018.
Baby names that sound like Hiram include Hargun, Harkan, Harken, Harkin, Harkon, Harkun, Harkyn, Harwen, Haryan, Hroctyn, Harian, Harison, Harreson, Harrisen, Harrison, Harrisson, Harrisun, Harryson, Harrysun, and Haryson.
† Pronunciation for Hiram: HH as in "he (HH.IY)" ; AY as in "side (S.AY.D)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)" ; M as in "me (M.IY)"
A famous person named Hiram is US President Ulysses Grant, born Hiram Ulysses Grant, 27 April 1822 - 23 July 1885, Point Pleasant, Ohio.