Mihrमिहर
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Urdu: مہر
Hindi: मिहर
Arabic: مهر
Bangla: মিহর
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Mihr name brief:

Mihr is the Persian name of the Zoroastrian deity Mithra, also incorporated into Armenian tradition.

Mihr is baby girl name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Mihr name meanings is Sun, affection.
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Mihr is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as مہر, मिहर, مهر, মিহর. Other similar sounding names can be Mihammad, Mihran, Mihyar, Mihri.

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Each letter meanings in Mihr Name.

  • M Munificent, for you are extremely liberal in giving.
  • I Important, the search for all parts of life that are
  • H Handy, the helpful you.
  • R Rely, everyone's trustworthy friend.

Popular personalities with Mihr Name.

Mihr Narseh

Mihr was born in Fars Province.

Mihr Nigar Khanum

She holds the title Empress consort of the Shaybanid Empire, Princess of Moghulistan, Empress consortof theShaybanid Empire, and Princess ofMoghulistan.

Anja Mihr

Anja was born in 1969.

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