The meaning of Saphir is primarily from Sapphire: a precious stone, usually blue (but the stone can also be yellow or red.)
Also, Saphir means a blue color.
Middle English: from Old French safir, via Latin from Greek σάπφειρος and possibly semetic origin, probably denoting lapis lazuli.
The plurality in semetic languages provides a wide range of meaning.
Arabic, from SAFIR, meaning ambasador, diplomat; one who travels; early Morning (just before dawn); Angel; gold and silver Necklace; book.
Hebrew: from SEFER, or SAFIR, meaning Book; Sphere; Number; Counting; Era