In all the world, عمر (Omar , عمر , Umar , among others...) is a prevalent principally male, but scarcely girly first name. The first name عمر is habitual in Egypt, where it is a prevalent principally boy's, but very infrequently feminine name, Sudan, where it is a widespread male name, and Syria, where it is a widespread primarily masculine, but scarcely feminine name (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it most frequently occurs in Egypt, Nigeria, and Turkey. Also, عمر is the last name as well as the forename.
عمر is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Amr, Omar, Oumar, Amor, Umar, Omer||Nigeria, Egypt, Turkey, Pakistan, Morocco|
|عمر||Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Jordan|
|Ömer||Egypt, Turkey, Sudan, Algeria, Morocco|
عمر is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Omar Khalid Gutaale , the boss from the 2012 video game Unit 13; Omar Little , the character from The Wire; Omer Vidajić , the character from the novel Omer Celebija, Omer Celebija : a short story from the life of the Serbian people; Omar Ben Salaad , the Tintin character, The Adventures of Tintin and Omar , the fictional character from 2008 film 'Iron Man', and in many other works.
|عمر بن سعد Arab governor, SA (b. 620)|
|عمر بن أبي سلمة SA (b. 620)|
|عمر بن عبد العزيز Umayyad caliph from 717 to 720, SA (b. 681)|
|عمر بن أبي ربيعة poet, SA (b. 644)|
|عمر بن الفرخان الطبري Persian astrologer, IQ (b. 762)|
|مؤرج بن عمر KW (b. 767)|
|عمر نسفی Muslim jurist, UZ (b. 1067)|
|عمر بن علي بن الفارض Sufi poet, EG (b. 1181)|
|عمر بن يوسف third Rasulid sultan, YE (b. 1242)|
|عمر بن أبي يحيى بن عبد الحق Marinid emir, 1258 - 1259, MA (b. 1250)|
|عمر مكرم بن حسين السيوطي Egyptian politician (1750-1822), EG (b. 1750)|
|عمر بن محمد اليافي IL (b. 1759)|
|عمر آغا Dey of Algiers, DZ (b. 1770)|
|عمر المختار leader of the Libyan resistance against the Italian fascist occupation, LY (b. 1858)|
|عمر فائق شنيب Libyan Minister of Defence and Vice President of the Libyan National Assembly, LY (b. 1883)|