An Indian word meaning immortal. A really good friend.
i will become Amar if i drink this potion.
by Horticulture December 17, 2007
An Indo-Aryan word of Sanskrit origin meaning Immortal, Eternal, Forever-lasting. Is commonly used for males of Hindu background. 'Amar' is also more likely to be popular as a first name.

Alternatively, is also used (but not as common) amongst Semitic and Latin people (spelt and pronounced differently though). In Arabic: from 'Qamar' meaning of the moon, and from the Spanish 'Amor' meaning to love.
Maharaja Amar I ruled a vast Hindu empire from the tip of Southern India to the mountainous regions of Afghanistan.
by ujjaindisciple February 06, 2010
A person of Indian decent whom is often associated with acts of terrorism and/or theft.
Hey, it looks like Amar robbed that bank again and killed everyone inside.
by MikieCrunkJuice January 24, 2009
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