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Amir Malush Abrashi is an Albanian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for German club SC Freiburg and the Albanian national team. Albanian fans call "The Pitbull". Abrashi was born in Bischofszell, Switzerland, to Albanian parents who had emigrated from Kosovo before his birth. He grew up in the Canton of Thurgau region and began his career at the age of 12 with his hometown club, FC Bischofszell. A year later, in 2003, he moved to FC Weinfelden-Bürglen, where he spent 2 years before returning to his hometown club FC Bischofszell. However, just a month after his return, Abrashi moved to Winterthur along with his family, where he joined local side FC Winterthur, the club where he would remain for the remainder of his youth career.
cutenose  3/1/2017
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In Persian the meaning of the name Amir is A part that have negative effects (A gives the word negative meaning) and MIR part means die, dead, dying.
That makes the name mean undying, immortal.
― Anonymous User  9/8/2015
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Amir Sadalloh (b. 1980) is an American mixed martial artist in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He was born in Brooklyn and raised in Richmond, Virginia from an Iranian-Irish family.
keepitreal  1/22/2011
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Amir Derakh aka Amir Davidson, is an American synth guitarist and is a former member of Rough Cutt and Jailhouse and current member of three different bands; Orgy, Julien-K and Dead By Sunrise.
Aliro  12/3/2008
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Amir is the main character in Khaled Hosseini's best selling novel "The Kite Runner".
― Anonymous User  1/18/2008
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I know a Lebanese guy called Amer. I don't know if it is the same thing as Amir but it is similar. I like the meaning of this name, it's very majestic.
dreamgirl54  11/3/2007
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Amir Abbas is a popular combination. Amir is also highly popular in Iran.
― Anonymous User  10/6/2007
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Also an unusual masculine name in Slovenia.
earthnut  7/18/2007
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I pronounce it UM-MEER.
― Anonymous User  12/2/2006
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1. Amir is a reminder of "amir al-mo'menin" which means "belivers' leader" and was a general name for all Mouslems' leaders. Shi'es like it more than Sunnis and refer by it to "Amir al-mo'menin Imam Ali" (peace be upon him), the first Imam for Shi'es and the fourth khalifa for Sunnis.
2. Adding another name after Amir is quite common, e. g. Amir Ali, Amir Hossein, Amir Hassan, Amir Reza, Amir Mohammad, Amir Mahmud, and Amir Abbas (the last prime minister of the ex-Shah of Iran).
rafieyah  11/9/2006
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Amir Khan, British boxer and Aamir Khan, Hindi film actor (Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, Lagaan, Dil Chahta Hai, Rang De Basanti) bear the name.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2006
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Amir (pronounced Aah-mhir or A-meer) may have originated from the Hindi (rather Persian) word Ameer, meaning 'wealthy'.
bean  6/15/2006

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