Avram is a Hebrew name meaning "high father". Avraham or Abraham, in the same language, means "father of many". According to the Torah, the patriarch Abraham was originally named Avram, spelled Abram in English-speaking countries. In the works of Harry Turtledove, Avram may refer to:

Characters named Avram:

Avram of Detina, the king of Detina in The War Between the Provinces series.
He issues Avram's speech in Advance and Retreat, the final volume of the trilogy.
Avram (Not All Wolves), a rabbi in "Not All Wolves".
Avram (Worldwar), a partisan and minor character in Worldwar: Striking the Balance.
Avram Sasha Davidov, fictional Red Army soldier in The War That Came Early.
Avram Goldfarb, a merchant and minor character in The Guns of the South.

Characters named Abram:

Creighton Abrams, fictional American serviceman, minor character in The Man With the Iron Heart.