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미르[edit | edit source]
- ‘용’의 옛말.
- (obsolete) The oriental dragon with a very long body.
- 물 (mul, "water, body of water, esp. river")
- (The mysterious Eurasian uses)
- mirus #Latin "marvelous, wonderful, amazing, awesome"
- miror #Latin "to admire, wonder at"
- mirer #French "to watch, stare"
- mirage #French "mirage"
- miroir #French "mirror"
- admirer #French "to admire"
- amiral #French "admiral" 
- emir #French "emir" 
- मीर (mir) # Hindi "(historical) Mir: title used by Muslim rulers of princely states" 
- मीर (mira) # Sanskrit "sea, ocean"
- कश्मीर (kashmir) # Hindi : See Etymology through!
- From Wikipedia
- Amir al-Mu'minin (...) is an Arabic title that is usually translated "Commander of the Faithful" or "Leader of the Faithful".
- The Gur-e-Amīr or Guri Amir (...) is a mausoleum of the Turco-Mongol conqueror Timur (also known as Tamerlane) in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. [...] Gur-e Amir is Persian for "Tomb of the King".
- Mir Osman Ali Khan, ..., was the last Nizam (ruler) of the Princely State of Hyderabad, the largest princely state in British India.
- Kashmir would be derived from either kashyapa-mir (Kashyapa's Lake) or kashyapa-meru (Kashyapa's Mountain).
- Hence, suggestive of the river as a long body of water.
- 용(龍: 상상의 동물)
dragon, the imaginary creature.
- 임금, 천자(天子)
king, the son of the heaven
- 용(龍: 상상의 동물)
- late 14c. loan-translation of Latin Via lactea
- From Old French amirail, amiral, from Arabic أَمِير اَلْبَحْر (ʾamīr al-baḥr, “commander of the fleet”).
- a prince, commander or other leader or ruler in an Islamic nation.
- a descendant of the prophet Muhammad.
- From Old French emir, from Arabic أَمِير (ʾamīr, “commander, prince”). Akin to amir, Amir and admiral. Doublet of amira.
- Derived terms
- Borrowed from Persian میر (mir), from Arabic أَمِير (ʾamīr). Doublet of wikt: अमीर (amīr).
- Portrait attributed to Titian (circa 1530)
- The last ruler to hold the title of shah