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Mir (مير) (which is derived from the Arabic title Emir 'general, prince') is a rare ruler's title in princely states and an aristocratic title generally used to refer to a person who is a descendant of a commander in medieval Muslim tradition. It was adopted in many languages under Islamic influence, such as Balochi, Sindhi, Ottoman Turkish, Turkish, Persian, Azeri, Kurdish and Pashto meaning leader of a group or tribe.
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Mir (مير) (which is derived from the Arabic title Emir 'general, prince') is a rare ruler's title in princely states and an aristocratic title generally used to refer to a person who is a descendant of a commander in medieval Muslim tradition. It was adopted in many languages under Islamic influence, such as Balochi, Sindhi, Ottoman Turkish, Turkish, Persian, Azeri, Kurdish and Pashto meaning leader of a group or tribe. According to the book Persian Inscriptions on Indian Monuments, Mir is most probably an Arabized form of Pir. Pir in Old Persian and Sanskrit means the old, the wise man, the chief and the great leader. Pir is a religious leader' title for Alevi and Yarsanism faith meaning old and wise spiritual leader. Amir, meaning "Lord" or "commander-in-chief", is derived from the Arabic root a-m-r, "command".
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