Umayr

Meaning : A variant spelling of Umair. It is an Arabic boy's name meaning 'intelligent'.,

Origin : Arabic,

Pronunciation : (oo-may-yar),

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Umayr Expression, Umayr Soul Urge, Umayr Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Umayr:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

urban

Definition funny of Umayr:

urbanit's a person who is socially healthy, that means with a several number of friends, gets along with pretty much everyone because he is usually funny but yet smart, and with habilities to certain "not necesarily nerdy" things. he is also used to have a use of both cultured and trash talk and knowledge. they are not really good looking but compense the lack of it with some cool carachteristics like playing a modern instrument or something. usually wears glasses but normal or modern clothing and doesn't get too involved in shits like role playing games or the fuckin renaissance fair but still likes some of it and enjoys it as much as a wild party. in a more personal point of view, the people who is a junkie in those things has had more than one wedgie and at least one good beating.

urban"hey Umayr, you wanna come to Christine's party?" -"sure, why not?" THE NEXT DAY... "hey buddy, do you wish to come and play Halo 3 at my house on Xbox Live? -"sure, why not?" "damn, you are a cool nerd!!!" (both of the guys say this).

books

Books about Umayr:

booksDiwan al-Shair Zaban ibn Umayr al-Baraq al-Utaybi (Arabic Edition) by Zaban ibn Umayr al-Baraq Utaybi

booksMusab ibn Umayr: Sahib al-liwa (Arabic Edition) by Abd al-Salam Ashri (1980)

wiki

Wiki information Umayr:

Umayr ibn Wahb
Man, Person

Umayr ibn Wahb was the father of Wahb ibn Umayr. Both participated in the Battle of Badr, and although Umayr escaped, his son was taken prisoner by the Muslims.

Mus`ab ibn `Umair
Man, Person, Deceased Person

Mus‘ab ibn Umair also known as Mus‘ab al-Khayr was a sahabi of Muhammad. From the Banū ‘Abd al-Dār branch of the Quraysh, he embraced Islam in 614 CE and was the first ambassador of Islam. He was martyred in the Battle of Uhud in 625 CE.