What does EMIR mean?
Definitions for EMIR
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emir, amir, emeer, ameernoun
an independent ruler or chieftain (especially in Africa or Arabia)
a prince, commander or other leader or ruler in an Islamic nation.
Etymology: (amīr), commander, prince.
The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) is an EU regulation aimed at reducing systemic counterparty and operational risk and thereby prevent future financial system collapses. Its focus is regulation of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, central counterparties and trade repositories. It provides steer on reporting of derivative contracts, implementation of risk management standards and common rules for central counterparties and trade repositories. The regulation was initially adopted in 2012 and an amended version, the EMIR Refit regulation, was later on adopted in 2019.
alt. of Emeer
Emir is a title of high office, used throughout the Muslim world. Emirs are usually considered high-ranking Sheikhs, but in monarchic states, the term is also used for Princes, with "Emirate" being analogous to a sovereign principality. While Emir is a common transliteration in English and other languages, the form Amir is found for numerous compounds and names. Transliteration differs depending on the sources consulted.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
em-ēr′, or ē′mir, n. a title given in the East and in the north of Africa to all independent chieftains, and also to all the supposed descendants of Mohammed through his daughter Fatima.—n. Em′irate, the office of an emir. [Ar. amīr, ruler.]
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a title bestowed on the descendants of Mahomet's daughter Fatima, the word denoting a "prince" or "ruler"; has lost this its primary meaning; the emirs, of whom there are large numbers in Turkey, enjoying no privileges save the sole right to wear a green turban, the supposed favourite colour of Mahomet, though they hold a high social position; the title is also given to chieftains of N. Africa.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
An Arabic word, equivalent to “ruler,” is a title given to all independent chieftains, and also to all the actual or supposed descendants of Mohammed through his daughter Fatima. In former times, the title of Emir was borne by the leaders in the religious wars of the Mohammedans, and by several ruling families.
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The numerical value of EMIR in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of EMIR in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of EMIR in a Sentence
The Emir didn't give me a watch, he didn't give me an ice lolly, he didn't give me anything.
Paris Prosecutor Franois Molins:
He added that he was responding to a statement from the emir urging: ‘Kill infidels in their homes, with their families,’.
I move around, depending on where our emir orders us to go. It's good here in Syria. There's electricity, accommodation, water and it's free. The services provided by them are good, cheaper than in Indonesia.
He has been appointed emir by the shura, so there is no way he will step down on demands of these people.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel believes that the risk has been substantially mitigated through the assurances that we received through the Emir of Qatar, i would remind you that these are assurances that the emir personally gave to the President of the United States. I'm not going to go into every detail on these assurances, but -- but the secretary is comfortable that the risk is mitigated through these assurances.
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- أمير, أمراءArabic
- đô đốc ở á rậpVietnamese
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