Other Origin(s):Arabic
Meaning:Gift. Expensive wood; Wild animal
Diar is a gender-neutral name for inspiring a taste for the finer luxuries in life. It translates to "gift" or "expensive wood" in Arabic. Interestingly, Diar may also have roots in the Old English word _deor_, meaning "wild animal." Perhaps some retail therapy will quell baby's spirited nature! While this rare gem was born in Egypt and the Middle East, it's now popular among Swiss and Dutch speakers. Many names like Diar were brought to Switzerland during the 10th century when Arabs settled in Rhône Valley.
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