(Dee - A bra mig) Three syllables. The initial A stands alone. The socond a also appears to be long. See the pronunciation notes for Abramg - where we learn that the final g has a hard sound. Also, we can see from Abramg that the i in Abramig is likely a phonetic gloss.
(Dee - a-brâmig) See the 48 CLaves. Dee placed a circumflex over the second a, confirming the long sound.
I have adopted the accent from Abraasa (to provide).