Origin of amir
Definition for amir (2 of 2)
or e·meer, a·mir, a·meer
Origin of emir
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Amir moves from a swaggering hotshot who seems to know it all to a broken man now questioning everything.
A pivotal moment comes when Amir admits he felt more than a flicker of pride when fanatics attacked the Twin Towers.
The second siege, chronicled vividly by the poet Amir Khusro, was ferocious.
The amir of ISIS is a shadowy figure who uses the name Abu Bakr al Qurashi al Husayni al Baghdadi.
Israeli police officers who arrived on the scene arrested three Palestinians, including Amir and Ahmad Abu Sbeitan.
Again, who is going to make friends with the Amir of Afghanistan and try his luck?The Gates of India|Thomas Holdich
This monarch, the son of the first Abbadite amir, could do other things than make verses.Southern Spain|A.F. Calvert
Akhbar will be supported by his brothers—the sons, that is to say, of his own mother as well as of the Amir.
One night the Hazarahs stole twenty of the Amir's horses, which greatly reduced the numbers of his little escort.
Here also were the Amir's palace and the houses of many of his highest nobles.The Story of the Guides|G. J. Younghusband