|Samira è araba|
|Gender||Female Samira è araba|
Arabic: lovedPersian : princess
|Related names||Samantha, Samir|
Samira (also spelled Samirah, Sameera, and Sameerah /sæˈmiːrə/, Arabic: سميرة) is an Arabic female given name from the root s-m-r relating to the masdar tasāmur (Arabic: تسامر) ultimately meaning she who is of pleasant company and loved. The masculine version of this name is Samir. In Persian heritage it is more often associated with the meaning princess as an ode to an ancient Persian princess Samiranian. 
- Samira Ahmed (born 1968), British television reporter
- Samira Bellil (1972–2004), French feminist working for the rights of women in traditional Muslim settings
- Samira Besic, German of Bosnian origins singer with the Eurodance group Maxx
- Samira Makhmalbaf (born 1980), Iranian film director
- Samira Said (born 1958), Moroccan pop singer
- Samira Shahbandar, Saddam Hussein's second wife
- Samira Tewfik (born 1935), Lebanese Syrian singer of Bedouin dialect
- Samira Wiley (born 1987), American actress
- Sameera Al Bitar (born 1990), Olympic swimmer from Bahrain
- Sameera Aziz, Saudi media personality, journalist, film director, producer, writer, businesswoman
- Sameera Moussa, Egyptian nuclear scientist
- Sameera Perera (born 1988), Sri Lankan cricketer
- Sameera Reddy (born 1980), Indian film actress
- Sameera Saneesh, Indian costume designer in Malayalam film
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