Name Zamir - meaning, origin, popularity 


Zamir meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Albanian and Hebrew
Usage: Arabic, Hindi, Marathi, Albanian, English and Hebrew
Meaning: Brave, Handsome, Bird Song, Good Voice, Character of a Person, Heart, Mind and Conscience
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Unusual Zamir is used principally in Marathi, Hebrew, English, Hindi, Albanian and Arabic, Zamir means "Brave, Handsome, Sweet Voice, Good Voice, Character of a Person, Heart, Mind or Conscience" and originated from Hebrew and Albanian is given to boys.

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Popularity of Zamir

Zamir is common in United States where over 2319 new-borns have been given the name since 1987. Currently the moniker is on a rise, in 2015, it ranked 1041st when 192 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. Zamir is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales still in use today. Zamir is a rare baby name in France still in use today. But Zamir is a popular baby name in Pakistan where every 1 in 30000 have the name as well as in, Russia and Kyrgyzstan. According to our research, at least 30000 people have been bestowed Zamir around the globe.

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Here's what numbers has to say about Zamir

You are a child of change. You like to organize and manage things, events, and people. You are the innovator, the one who organizes parties or sleepovers, and the initiator for doing unusual stuff. You are a great person with no need of self-doubt. People who know you describe you as driven and ambitious. You need to communicate with people in order to expand your knowledge and widen your perspective.

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Namesakes of Zamir

    Zamir Niazi, Pakistani journalist
  • Zamir Jafri, Pakistani poet best
  • Zamira Saunders in The Holy Mountain as Actress

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