Origin:Hebrew
Popularity:584
Meaning:princess; treetop, proverb, or sheaf of corn
The smart and sultry Amira sounds like it could be the name of a Disney princess! In fact, “amira” means “princess” in Arabic (Hey, Disney, you listening?). This pretty name is a favorite in the Middle East and South Asia, whether it's spelled Amira, Ameera or Amyra. The name also has Hebrew roots and is the feminine form of Amir. It's often given to girls born on Shavuot, the Jewish holiday celebrating the wheat harvest and ripening of the first fruits.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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