Basir name religion, origin and Basir name pronunciation in :
Abdul Basir (Arabic: عبد البصير) is a male Arabic given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al-, and Basir. The name means "servant of the All-seeing", Al-Basīr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Basir is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Basir name meanings is Endowed with insight, Sagacious, Bringer of glad tidings. People search this name as Basir, Basiran, Basira, Basirun, Basir ahammed. Basir is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as بسر, बसीर, بصير, বাসীর. Other similar sounding names can be Basaam, Basair, Basam, Basan, Basar, Basaud, Baseem, Baseer, Baseerat, Baseet, Basel, Basem, Bashaar, Bashaarat, Bashar, Basheer, Bashir, Bashshar, Basil.
Each letter meanings in Basir Name.
BBestow, as you give so much.
AArticulate, a regular wordsmith
SSuperb, a great attitude about life.
IInventor, how many things will you create?
RRefreshing, the sparkling you.
Basir Ethnicity Distribution.
Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander
American Indian and Alaska Native
Two or More Ethnicities
Hispanic or Latino
Popular personalities with Basir Name.
Basir was born in 1984 in Afghanistan.
Basir Kamrani is a soccer player for the Afghanistan national football team. Basir was born on March 5th, 1980 in Afghanistan.
Basir Arafat is an athlete for the Persitara Batavia Union F.C.
Muhammad Sidi Brahim Basir
Muhammad was born in 1944 in Tan Tan. Muhammad is also known as Basiri and Bassiri.
Abdul was born in Afghanistan. He died on December 7th, 2009.
Ahmad Al Basir
Ahmad Al Basir is an athlete for the Taliya SC.
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