Maharam (Hebrew: מהר"ם) is an acronym of the words ...מורנו הרב רבי מ (Morenu Ha-Rav rabi M..., Our teacher the Rabbi M...), a pattern also used for other names. Since many Rabbis were referred to as Maharam, an addition, usually a name of a place or a surname is generally used to differentiate between them.
Maharam may refer to:
- Dorothy Maharam - an American mathematician behind Maharam's theorem
- Meïr b. Jacob Schiff (Maharam Schiff) - Rabbi Meïr b. Jacob Schiff
- Meir Eisenstadt (Maharam Ash) - Rabbi Meir Eisenstadt (Poland, Germany, c. 1670 – 1744)
- Meir Eisenstaedter (Maharam Ash) - Rabbi Meir Eisenstaedter (Hungary, 1780–1861)
- Meir Lublin (Maharam Lublin) - Rabbi Meir Lublin
- Meir of Rothenburg (Maharam of Rothenburg) - Rabbi Meir of Rothenburg ob der Tauber
- Meir Shapiro (Maharam Shapiro) - Rabbi Meir Yehuda Shapiro of Lublin, creator of the Daf Yomi
- Mordecai Benet (Maharam Benet) - Rabbi Mordecai Benet (Moravia, 1753–1829)
- Moses Alashkar (Maharam Alashkar) -posek quoted extensively by R. Chaim Benbenishti
- Moses Halevi Mintz (Maharam Mintz) - Rabbi Moses Halevi Mintz (Germany, 1415–Poland, 1480)
- Moshe Schick (Maharam Schick) - Hungarian rabbi.
- Maharam (company) - Supplier of textiles to commercial architects and interior designers
- Maharam's theorem - a mathematical theorem regarding decomposability of measure spaces
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