Meaning of Samir
A Companion Who Joins In An Evening Conversation
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Samir is a name used in Arab speaking countries, and in the Indian subcontinent. There are two different derivations. One name is of Arabic origin "entertaining companion". Another is from samira, of Sanskrit origin (समीर, "gust of wind/a cool gentle breeze on a hot summer day"), traditionally given to Hindu males.
As per sanskrit origin, Samir means "a cool gentle breeze on a hot summer day".
The pronunciation of the Sanskrit-derived name can change depending on the language, as in the Bengali version Shomir.
Similarly, variants of the Arabic-derived name can have different pronunciations, as in the Turkish, Bosnian and Albanian form Semir.
Sameer/Sumiran (as it is spelled in the Ramayana). It is a Sanskrit word and found in a scripture thousands of years old, the word/name derives from Sanskrit. As per documented proof and historicity, the word and name is a Sanskrit/Sanatana Dharma word, because it was mentioned in one of the greatest Sanatana Dharma epics (Hindu).
Samir Name also appears in following Origin(s): Arabic, Indian, Muslim, Afghan
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