[name]Just[/name] no. Why the -son? It makes it sound so trendy and ridiculous. [name]Abram[/name] is perfect on its own, [name]Abraham[/name] is lovely too, if a bit biblical. Leave the -son out of it!
Strikes me as unnecessarily complicated. Unless Abramson was an actual surname used within a family and later repurposed as a given name within that family, I’d stick with [name]Abram[/name] or [name]Abraham[/name].
[name]Bear[/name] in mind lots of baby name websites make up crap. Including meanings. They may say “[name]Nevaeh[/name]” means “beautiful butterfly” because people who bother to look up the meaning of their kid’s name probably want it to have a good one. So instead of [name]Cameron[/name] meaning “crooked nose” they might change it to “distinguished man” or something like that. There’s always a bias!
ditto, Abramson is a legitimate surname, so it’s not made up. But it’s kind of awkward to say. Though if you really loved it, I don’t think it’s that bad. I mean I find [name]Aurora[/name] awkward to say as well but there are many people who love that name…
Oh, thank God I’m not the only one. [name]Aurora[/name] looks pretty on paper, but every time my tongue tries to say it, I wind up saying…um, other words afterwards that are inappropriate for repetition in a family friendly forum.