Amira

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Gender: F Origin of Amira: Hebrew, Arabic, feminine variation of Amir Amira's Popularity in 2015: #381

This shimmery name, often given to girls born on the harvest feast of Shavuot, and also used in the Arab community, is increasing in popularity.

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Famous People Named Amira

Amira Ahmed, Somali-Filipino model
Amira al Hayb, Israel's first female Bedouin soldier in combat position
Ameera al-Taweel, Princess of Saudi Arabia
Amira Ben Amor, Tunisian long-distance runner (2012 Olympics)
Amira Ben Chaabane, Tunisian sabre fencer
Amira K. Bennison, historian of the Middle East & Islamic Studies
Amira Casar, French actress
Amira Dotan, Israeli military figure (ex-member of Knesset for Kadima)
Amira Edrahi, Libyan swimmer (2004 Olympics)
Amira Hass, Israeli left-wing Journalist
Amira Hess, Israeli poet & artist
Amira McCarthy, member of British girl group Neon Jungle
Amira Nowaira, Egyptian academic, translator, columnist & author
Amira Pyliotis, stage name Tecoma; Australian roots singer/songwriter
Amira Sartani, Israeli former politician (member of the Knesset)
Amira Selim, Egyptian soprano & opera singer
Amira Griselda Gomez Tueme, Mexican politician affiliated with PRI

Pop Culture References for the name Amira

Amira Masood, character on British soap EastEnders
Amira Krimani, character from TV series "Veronica Mars"

Amirah, Ameerah, Ameera