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Agar

Agar is the Spanish and Russian form of Hagar, a Hebrew female name of uncertain meaning and origin. It’s been linked to Hebrew meaning “to flee” and “flight”, or perhaps meaning “to drag away” or “stranger, foreigner”. Agar is also an English male given name and surname in English, a late medieval form of Edgar (coming from an Old… Continue reading Agar

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Hajar

Hajar is the Arabic form of Hagar, a female name of uncertain meaning and origin. It's been linked to Hebrew meaning "to flee" and "flight", or perhaps meaning "to drag away" or "stranger, foreigner". Hagar was the Egyptian handmaid of Sarah and the mother of Ishmael by Abraham. Hajar is also an Arabic word meaning "to emigrate" as well as also resembling… Continue reading Hajar