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Shirin, a queen of the Sassanid Persian Empire, is mentioned in Firdausi's "Shahnama," Nezami's "Chosroes and Shirin," and Scheherazade's "Book Of One Thousand And One Nights." The story of Shirin and Farhad has been romanticized and retold many times by Persian poets.
-- Phoenix-san  6/19/2008
Wow, I LOVE this name! It's so cute, yet mature. It can work for a child and adult!
-- Anonymous User  5/18/2009
Shirin Ebadi (1947-), an Iranian lawyer and former jurist, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003 for her work on human rights. She was the first Iranian, and the first Muslim woman to have received the prize.
-- Anonymous User  10/15/2009
The Turkish form of this name is ┼×irin. [noted -ed]
-- Shibbeh  10/18/2012
Sherine (aka Shirin) Ahmad Abdel Wahab is an Egyptian singer and actress, born in 1980 and produces (Arabic) pop music.
-- heyyyyyyyyyyyy  1/2/2017

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