AVROM-DOVID VAHRMAN (ABRAHAM DAVID WAHRMAN) (1771-October 27, 1840)
He was born in Nadvorne (Nadworna), Poland, into a family of scholars and businessmen. He was well-known as a great Talmudic scholar. From 1813 until his death, he was rabbi in Buczacz and there wrote a number of religious works, among them Amarot tehorot (Pure speech), which was written in Hebrew and archaic Yiddish and published in numerous editions—the first in Buczacz in 1925, the last in Satmar in 1930. He died in Buczacz.
Source: Sh. Y. Agnon, Sefer butshatsh (The book of Buczacz) (Tel Aviv, 1956), pp. 19, 56, 74, 81.
Khayim Leyb Fuks