Definitions

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  • proper n. A male given name of Arabic origin meaning "entertaining companion."
  • proper n. A male given name of Sanskrit origin, another name for Lord Hanuman.

Etymologies

Quranic or Islamic, from the root samara (evening or night chatting). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Sameer aka Sam (Abhishek Bachchan) is a male nurse working at the Howard Medical Centre in Miami and Kunal (John Abraham) works as a professional photographer, merrily mingling with gorgeous models.

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  • The suspects were identified as Sameer, Jeetendra and Hardeep.

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  • Police have identified Seema's alleged killers as Mohammed Asif alias Sameer (23), a resident of Arogyamma Layout in Venkateshapura, and Imran Ahmed alias Immu (20), a resident of Devara Jeevana Halli.

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  • The court case over Mubarak's name was brought by lawyer Sameer Sabry against interim Prime Minister Essam Sharaf to force authorities to remove the name of Mubarak and his wife from all public buildings.

    Mubarak's name vanishes in Egypt

  • Write to Sameer Mohindru at sameer.mohindru@dowjones.com and Patrick Barta at patrick.barta@wsj.com

    Food-Price Fall Seen as Plantings Rise

  • Write to Sameer Mohindru at sameer.mohindru@dowjones.com

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  • Sameer Verma , 39, a Delhi-based executive at Samsung Group, wears a pearl ring and another set with nine stones to curb his short temper, help his career and cut down on his expenses.

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  • Anushree Singh of Deals India Sameer Verma has a pearl ring and another set with nine stones are to curb his short temper, help his career and cut down on his expenses.

    Rings to the Rescue

  • ASK Investment, a name that combines the initials of Mr. Koticha and his brother Sameer Koticha , has a diversified portfolio that includes a wealth management arm and a real-estate focused private equity fund that is raising 10 billion rupees for investing in residential developments.

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  • One, Sameer Rahim in the Daily Telegraph, cited a Locke line about seductions taking place with "all the precision of the Normandy invasion" and concluded: "No self-respecting publisher would touch it."

    In praise of … John Locke | Editorial

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