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A Quranic Name for Girls

How to pronounce Samar

SUmmer + MUst + pRay

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Arabic Spelling (How to write Samar in Arabic)سَمَر
Quranic Nature
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Indirectly Mentioned
Alternate spellings of SamarSamere Samare Semare Semer Summer Samer Semar Semere
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Quranic Root
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S-M-R
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Meaning of Samar

Samar, pronounced similar to the English word “summer”, is an indirect Quranic name for girls that means “conversation during the nights of the desert”, “night” and “the darkness of the night”. Samar is derived from the S-M-R root which is used in the Quran in verse 23:67:

…speaking about it together as night companions. (Quran 23:67)

Reader Comments:

  1. Anonymous on Friday 14th of October 2016 06:37:25 PM

    Sorry I couldn’t get the meaning of the word Samar properly, does it mean “darkness of the night “or “conversation during the nights of the desert”? Which one is the exact meaning?

  2. Anonymous on Tuesday 15th of August 2017 03:21:23 PM

    samar is beautiful name of urdu literature it’s mean khoobsurat

  3. Anonymous on Saturday 28th of October 2017 12:59:03 PM

    Assalamu alaikum. My only son’s name is samar. I picked the name from a quranic verse of surah Al baqara which is actually “Th’samar”. Which there literally means “a fruit of” or “a product of”… But later I found out that it’s an ancient Hindi name as well where samar means battle and represents a war commander, Samarasanga. Then in Arabic it also means an evening conversation with a background music or poem. It’s also derived from the ancient Hebrew word shamar which means to preserve. That’s all I know… And Allah knows best 🙂

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