Ammaar


Ammaar is a name of boy, the origin of Ammaar name is Arabic. its meaning Name of the Sahabi , one of the early muslims with strong Iman..

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Name:Ammaar
Meaning:Name of the Sahabi , one of the early muslims with strong Iman.
Urdu Meaning:
Gender:Boy
Origin:Arabic

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  • Abdud daar , Servant of the Depriver
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