Bram

[name_m]Hi[/name_m] all,
I was reading through the recent blog post and was wondering, how is [name_m]Bram[/name_m] gothic? Is there a reference I’m missing?

Me too!!!

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Dracula was written by [name_m]Bram[/name_m] Stoker!

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Ahhhh thank you!!!

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Yeah, the [name_m]Bram[/name_m] Stoker association is prominent to me

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Because I’m culturally Jewish [name_m]Bram[/name_m] just feels very Jewish and the complete opposite of gothic but I think the Dracula association could provide that vibe if your not coming from a Jewish background.

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[name_f]My[/name_f] husband’s name is [name_m]Abram[/name_m] and he goes by [name_m]Bram[/name_m] sometimes. I’ve never thought of [name_m]Bram[/name_m] as gothic, but yeah, there is the [name_m]Bram[/name_m] Stoker association. That’s definitely not the first thing i think of though.

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[name_f]My[/name_f] first association for [name_m]Bram[/name_m] is [name_m]Bram[/name_m] Bones from the [name_u]Legend[/name_u] of Sleepy Hollow, which also gives a sort of “gothic” or at least a spooky Halloween type of vibe.

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i’ve heard that one meaning of it can be raven! not sure if that’s true, though :relaxed:

on another note, bram is such a dashing name!

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