She stands at 5’10 Ft tall.
Samira is a female given name which has its various origins in Sanskrit, Persian, and Arabic as well as being common to other Semitic languages.
Herodotus ascribes to her the artificial banks that confined the Euphrates and knows her name as borne by a gate of Babylon.
The spelling of the Sanskrit-derived name can change depending on the language, as in the Bengali version Somira.
Samirah is also a common Arabic name from the root s-m-r relating to the masdar tasāmur ultimately meaning she who is of pleasant company.
The masculine version of this name is Samir.
Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic
Meaning Persian and Arabic:
gust of wind or a cool gentle breeze