In the world, Sir (Sa , Sir , เซอร์ ) is a widespread gender-neutral first name. The first name Sir is characteristic of Northern Africa, particularly Tunisia, where it is a common unisex name, Algeria, where it is quite a common epicene name, and Egypt (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it is commonest in India, Egypt, and Algeria. Likewise, Sir is the last name as well as the forename.
|Sa||Saudi Arabia, India, Myanmar, Brazil, Spain|
|Sir||Egypt, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, China|
Senior, Ser, Sghiŕ, Sghiř, Sghìr, Sghír, Sghîr, Sghïr, Sghïř, Sghĩr, Sghīr, Sghįr, Shire, Sich, Sire, Sirid, Sirrah, Siŕ, Siř, Sorr, Sìr, Sír, Síř, Sîr, Sîř, Sïr, Sïř, Sīr, Sīř, Sįr, Sır, Sǐr, Çir, Çır, Śghir, Śghîř, Śir, Śír, Śîŕ, Śïŕ, Śïř, Śīŕ, Śįř, Ŝir, Ŝîř, Šghir, Šghîr, Šghïr, Šir, Šír,
Sir is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Sir Ector , the fictional character from Disney's "The Sword in the Stone"; Sir Kay , the fictional character from Disney's The Sword in the Stone; Sir Hiss , the character from Disney's Robin Hood; Sir John Falstaff , the operatic character in the opera Falstaff by Giuseppe Verdi; a fat knight and Sir Handel , character in The Railway Series, and in many other works.
|fottrell george sir (1849-1925) Irish civil servant (b. 1849)|
|özcan sir researcher (ORCID 0000-0002-2990-7971)|
|joo yeon sir South Korean musician, KR (b. 1990)|