- As a German and English surname, from ram (“male sheep”).
- As a Jewish surname, spelling variant of Ram, from Hebrew רָם.
Ramm (plural Ramms)
- A surname.
From Middle High German ram, from Old High German hram, from Proto-West Germanic *hrabn. Compare Old Dutch *hram (attested in place names). The uncontracted form Old High German hraban is continued in regional Luxembourgish Rof. Cognate with German Rabe, Dutch raaf, English raven, Icelandic hrafn.
Ramm f (plural Rammen)