Origin : Arabic,
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Numerology information Zahir:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Additional information Zahir:
Arabic Meaning: The name Zahir is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Zahir is: Sparkling.
Derived from Arabic زهير (zahir) meaning "helper, supporter". In Islamic tradition الظهير (al-Zahir) is one of the 99 names of Allah.
Definition funny of Zahir:
The coolest, smartest and the funniest guy you could ever meet. He is a G from the A-F-G. And he is a future millionaire too. He is a person that everyone wants to be like. Also known as and goes by the street name : tha prankster .
Yo dude look over there, it's Zahir, man he is so cool, I wish I could be like him.
First of all, ignore those other ignorant definitions. A zahir is a person, object, or thing that, once one has looked upon it or considered it for but a single moment, becomes an obsession which slowly takes over a person's life completely. It can be something simple such as a coin or a mummified monkey's paw, or something intangible such as an idea. It can also be a living person or an animal. So "zahir" = something which causes an irresistable obsession in a person.
See, "The Zahir" by Phillip Jose Borges. The internet meme smile.jpg is a kind of zahir. For all his ideals had dwindled down to a single obsession, that only she could fulfill his one desire, for Karen had become his zahir.
A person who thinks of himself as video game characters. Mainly from The Legend of Zelda and Kingdom Hearts. Hates his parents a lot and has a penis size of 2 centimeters. Perhaps that is why he hates his parents. Tends to trip over stairs a lot and land on another mans lips.
Person: Hey Zahir I have a question Zahir: I'M NOT ZAHIR! Person: Oh well then who are you Zahir: SORA! GET IT RIGHT NEXT TIME
Expression information Zahir:
People with this name are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams. Because they often focus so strongly on business and achievement, they may neglect their private lives and relationships.
Soul information Zahir:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.
Songs about Zahir:
Zahir Bât?n (Janissary Song 2) by Soner Akal?n from the Album Muhte?em Yüzy?l Vol.1 (Orijinal Dizi Müzikleri)
Zahir by Ice Cream from the Album Zahir
Zahir by Amélie Gavaudò from the Album Poetry
El Zahir (Acid Pauli's Acid Dub) by Raz Ohara from the Album Get Lost V mixed by Acid Pauli
El Zahir (Acid Pauli's Acid Dub) by Raz Ohara from the Album El Zahir
El Zahir (Original) by Raz Ohara from the Album El Zahir
The 99 Beautiful Names of God: Book 3: Az-Zahir: The Manifest by John Cheek from the Album The 99 Beautiful Names of God
Books about Zahir:
El Zahir : Una Novela de Obsesion (Spanish Edition) by Paulo Coelho (May 17, 2005)
The Zahir by Paulo Coelho (Nov 6, 2005)
El Zahir / The Zahir (Spanish Edition) by Paulo Coelho (May 30, 2005)
El Zahir: Una Novela De Obsesion! Spanish! by Paulo Coelho (2005)
El zahir de Quetzalcoalt: Los sabuesos de la Transición. Libro 1 (Colección Narrativa) (Spanish Edition) by Manuel Alfonseca (Oct 16, 2014)
Sweet Denial: Ella & Zahir (A Royal Vow Novel Book 2) by Lizabeth Scott (Jul 11, 2014)
The Scorpions of Zahir by Christine Brodien-Jones and Kelly Murphy (Jul 9, 2013)
Wiki information Zahir:
Zahir-ud-din Muhammad Babur was a conqueror from Central Asia who, following a series of setbacks, finally succeeded in laying the basis for the Mughal dynasty in the Indian Subcontinent and became the first Mughal emperor. He was a direct descendant...
Mohammed Zahir Shah was the last King of Afghanistan, reigning for four decades, from 1933 until he was ousted by a coup in 1973. Following his return from exile, he was given the title 'Father of the Nation' in 2002, which he held until his death.