Nasir

Nasir (Arabic: ناصر‎ Nāṣir) is a male Arabic given name which can mean "helper" or "one who gives victory" (grammatically the Stem I masculine singular active participle of consonantal verb root n-ṣ-r). The female form of the name is Nasira (ناصرة Nāṣira).

Naseer is a transcription of Arabic: نصـيـر‎ Naṣīr, a related word of similar meaning also used as a name.

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