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Wazir may refer to:
- Vizier, vazir or wazir, a high-ranking official, such as the Chief Minister of Muslim regimes starting with the Abbasid Caliphate.
- A vezér is a Hungarian high-ranking official or leader; may originate from the verb "vezet" (‘to lead’).
- Wazir Khan (Lahore), 17th-century court physician to Shah Jahan
- Wazir Khan (Sirhind) (died 1710), governor of Sirhind in the Mughal Empire
- Wazir Ali Khan (1780–1817), fourth nawab of Awadh, India
- Wazir Akbar Khan (1816–1845), an Afghan prince, general, and emir
- Wazir Arsala Khan, Foreign Minister of Afghanistan in 1869
- Wazir Ali (1903–1950), India Test cricketer
- Wazir Mohammad (born 1929), former Pakistani cricketer
- Khalid Wazir (born 1936), former Pakistani cricketer
- Khalil al-Wazir (1935–1988), Palestinian military leader and senior aide of Yasser Arafat
- Wazir (Bagram detainee, 2002), one of the few detainees at Bagram who had a writ of habeas corpus filed on his behalf
- Abdullah Wazir (born 1979), one of the Afghan detainees at Guantanamo Bay
- Wazir Akbar Khan (Kabul), a neighborhood in Kabul, Afghanistan
- Wazir, Nangarhar, a village in Khogyani District, Afghanistan
- Wazir (chess), a fairy chess piece that moves one space in an orthogonal direction
- Wazir (film), a 2016 Bollywood film starring Amitabh Bachchan and Farhan Akhtar
- Wazir (Pashtun tribe), in Waziristan, Afghanistan
- Wazir (Khogyani clan), tribe in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan
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