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Muammar (also spelled in similar ways such as Ma'mar, Arabic: معمر) is a masculine given name of Arabic origin meaning "long-lived". People with the name include:
- Ma'mar ibn Rashid, eighth-century hadith scholar
- Ma’mar ibn ul-Muthanna, early Muslim scholar of Arabic philology
- Jamil ibn Ma'mar, classical Arabic love poet
- Muamer Abdulrab, Qatari footballer
- Muamer Adžem, Bosnian professional footballer
- Muamer Avdić, Bosnian-Herzegovinian footballer
- Muamer Bačevac, Serbian politicians
- Muamer Aissa Barsham, Qatari athlete
- Muamer Hukić, German professional boxer
- Muamer Salibašić, Bosnian-Herzegovinian footballer
- Muamer Svraka, Bosnian professional footballer
- Muamer Tanković, Swedish professional footballer
- Muamer Taletović, Bosnian retired basketball player
- Muamer Vugdalič, Slovenian footballer
- Muamer Zukorlić, Serbian politician
- Muammar Gaddafi (c. 1942–2011), former Libyan leader (1969–2011)
- Muammar Z.A., Indonesian renowned Qari
- Abdulaziz Al Muammar (1919–1984), Saudi Arabian technocrat
- Muammer Aksoy, Turkish politician
- Muammer Güler, Turkish civil servant
- Muammer Sun, Turkish classical composer
- Muammer Şahin (born 1994), Turkish weightlifter
- Muammer Yıldırım, Turkish professional footballer
- Muammer Yilmaz, French adventurer
- Moamar al-Eryani, Minister of Tourism in Yemen
- Moamar Maruhom, former mayor in the Philippines
- Moamar Gaddafi, alternate spelling of Muammar Gaddafi, the late leader of Libya (1969–2011)
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- De La Cruz, Lino. ”41 rebs, 6 soldiers die as MILF captures town”, The Philippine Star (18 Mar 2000).
- ”Moamar Gaddafi's son Saadi released from prison 10 years after Libyan dictator's downfall”, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (6 Sep 2021).
- Crowley, Michael. “Inside the Security Council”, The New Republic (24 Sep 2009).