From an imperial indian court, Ameer of Patel and Harshini of Pradabane were wed in order for Ameer to keep hold of the throne. Ameer was known for following his wife's orders and in some slang terms the name means 'follower' or sometimes used in a derogatory manner to mean 'victim' and/or 'servant'.
Term usually used to refer to men who are seen as second to their wife or partner.
'She has an Ameer'
'They are like Harshini and Ameer'
'Don't be an Ameer'