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|Alternative spelling||Delaver, Delavar, Delawar, Dilaver|
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Roughly translated into English Dilawar would mean "One who has heart", or a more popular translation would be "brave" or "courageous".
The word Dilawar has two sylables "Dil" and "awar". "Dil" means "heart" and "awar" is a common Persian suffix which means "to have" or "to come to".
- Dilawar (torture victim) (1979–2002), Afghan tortured to death by American forces
- Dilawar Figar (1926–1998), a famous Urdu poet, known for his poetry and style of presentation
- Dilawar Khan Ghauri (reigned 1401), sultan of Malwa
- Dilawar Mani, Pakistani Cricket administrator
- Dilawar, Punjab, village in the Punjab province of Pakistan
- Dilawar Cheema, town in Gujranwala, Pakistan
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