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Bahrām (Persian: بهرام) is a male given name.
The older form is Vahrām (Middle Persian: 𐭥𐭫𐭧𐭫𐭠𐭭, in Latin: Varrames), also spelled Wahrām, literally meaning "smiting of resistance" or "victorious". It is name of several prominent figures in pre-Islamic Persia.
- Verethragna (the Avestan form) or Bahram, the Zoroastrian divinity that is the hypostasis of victory
- one of the Sassanid kings by that name:
- Armenian king Gushnasp Vahram, r. 509/514-518
- Vahram Pahlavouni an Armenian army commander
- Muiz ud din Bahram, the sixth sultan of Delhi
- Bahram Nouraei, Iranian Hip Hop Artist
- Bahram (horse), the 1935 Triple Crown Champion of British Thoroughbred Racing
- Bahram, Iran (disambiguation)
- the Persian language name for the planet Mars
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