Definition for emeer (2 of 2)
or e·meer, a·mir, a·meer
Origin of emir
Examples from the Web for emeer
So the Emeer Moosà said, This is the action of the rational.
And the emeer said: "This is what occurred to my mind, and excellent is the advice."
The Emeer sent an officer and inquired into the case—reversed the orders of the local prince, and assured them of his protection.Letters from Palestine|J. D. Paxton
The Emeer Moosà then entered the gate, and with him half of the people, who bore their weapons of war.
The Emeer Moosa, when he heard these words, again wept and was admonished by what he witnessed.
British Dictionary definitions for emeer
noun (in the Islamic world)
Word Origin for emir
Word Origin and History for emeer
1590s, from Arabic amir "commander" (see admiral).