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Attar (Arabic: عطار, ʿAṭṭār) is both a given name and a surname with the original meaning of “perfumer” or “druggist”. Notable people with the name include: Abbas Attar (born 1944), Iranian photographer and photojournalist known by the mononym Abbas. Attar of Nishapur (c.1142–c.1220), Persian Sufi poet.
Attar is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Attar name meanings is Fragrance Seller, Perfumer. People search this name as Attar, Attarv, Rafaqat attari. Attar is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as عطار, अत्तार, أتار, আতর. Other similar sounding names can be Attaar, Attaboak, Attiq.
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Popular personalities with Attar Name.
Attar Of Nishapur
Attar of Nishapur is a saint. He holds the title Mystic Poet. Attar was born in 1145 in Nishapur, Persia.
Attar Singh Saini
Attar was born in 12.
Sarah was born on August 27th, 1992 in Escondido, California.
Lior is an independent music musician. His ongoing career started in 2004. Lior was given the name Lior Attar in Rishon LeZion, Israel.
Mohammed Essam Ghoneim El- Attar
Mohammed was born in 1970 in Cairo.
Bachir was born in 1964.
Abolfazl Attar is a film director, screenwriter, film editing, and film editor. He has had major accomplishments since 1981. Abolfazl was born on September 23rd, 1968 in Mashhad, Iran.
Sibille Attar is an indie pop and pop music singing and songwriter. She has had major accomplishments since 2001. Sibille was born on November 27th, 1981 in Orebro. Sibille is also known as Little Red Corvette.
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