Meaning : Servant Of God, Servant of God,

Origin : Persian,

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Parham Expression, Parham Soul Urge, Parham Inner Dream


Numerology information Parham:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Definition funny of Parham:

urbanA very sincere and chill persian guy. Parham is very trustworthy, has a great sense of humour, and is very smart. He may be quiet at first but will open up if you give him the chance. He is great friend friend to have. Everyone wants a little Parham in their life.

urbanMana- "I wish i had an honest friend, someone i can chill with and not worry about being judged or backstabbed." Sara- "You need a Parham in your life." Parham is the best friend anyone can ask for.

urbanParham is an international name (mostly persian) meaning Abraham.

urban"Yo Parham" "Cool wassup"

urbanParham sits at the top of the human hierarchy, he contains all the qualities that one wishes to have. He is very kind and generous to the ones below (everyone).

urbanEveryone wants a little Parham in their life

urbanA Persian/Iranian name which is new, and now used universally by many. It means Abraham. A police officer in New York, called James W. Parham was a proud african american and he was one of the victims in the 9/11 attacks. R.I.P.


Songs about Parham:

songsWe Say Yes (Featuring Bruce Parham) by Tyrone Powell from the Album Inside Out

songsHigh Place (feat. Bruce Parham) by Russell Delegation from the Album High Place (feat. Bruce Parham) - Single

songsMiracles (feat. Bishop Bruce Parham) by Midwest Regional Choir of the Church of God in Christ from the Album A Pentecost Experience

songsWe Say Yes (Feat. Bishop Bruce Parham) (2005) [feat. Bishop Bruce Parham] by Tyrone Powell from the Album Tyrone Powell (20 Anniversary Edition)

songsStrong (feat. Pastor Bruce Parham) by Rev. Ernest Davis Jr.'s Wilmington Chester Mass Choir from the Album Live In Concert

songsCall On Jesus (Bb) Bruce Parham by Fruition Music Inc. from the Album Instrumental Gospel Tracks Vol. 4

songsI Will Praise You (Feat. Bishop Bruce Parham) by Chico Robinson & God's Chosen from the Album Overcomer


Books about Parham:

booksFields White Unto Harvest: Charles F. Parham and the Missionary Origins of Pentecostalism (Series) by James Goff (Dec 1, 1988)

booksGod's Generals: Charles F. Parham by Roberts Liardon (Nov 1, 2000)

booksGod's Generals for Kids: Volume 6, Charles Parham by Roberts Liardon and Olly Goldenberg (Oct 1, 2014)

booksStudyguide for the Immune System by Parham, Peter by Cram101 Textbook Reviews (May 23, 2013)

books90-Day Fitness Challenge A Proven Program for Better Health and Lasting Weight Loss by Parham, Phil, Parham, Amy... (Jan 2, 0010)

booksAutocracy Of Mr Parham by Herbert George Wells (Jan 2, 2009)

booksParham Park: A Sussex House Transformed by Jayne Kirk (Aug 1, 2008)


Movies about Parham:

moviesBruce Parham: Dwell Together 2007 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 17 mins Starring: BruceĀ Parham

moviesGod's Generals, Vol. 4: Charles F. Parham/William J. Seymour 2005 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr

moviesDVD-Gods Generals V04/Parham And Seymour 2005 G -

movies(Book & DVD) The 90-Day Fitness Challenge Biggest Loser Contestants Phil & Amy Parham -

moviesGod's Generals ~ Healing Evangelists - Volume 3 {Charles F. Parham & John G. Lake} 1988 G - Runtime: 1 hr


Wiki information Parham:

Lennon Parham
Comedian, TV Actor, Person, TV Producer, Film actor, TV Program Creator

Lennon Parham is an American actress and improvisational comedienne from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. With frequent collaborator Jessica St. Clair, she created and co-starred in NBC's Best Friends Forever and USA Network's Playing House. She...

Parham Park
House, Building, Project focus, Location, Structure

Parham Park is an Elizabethan house in Cootham, between Storrington and Pulborough, West Sussex, South East England, originally owned by the Monastery of Westminster and granted to Robert Palmer by King Henry VIII in 1540. The foundation stone was...