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Abir (अबीर), or in the alternative spelling Abeer, is a dye common in Nepal and less common in India. It is used during the Holi festival which is also called the festival of color, when people throw this colorful powder at each other Or, it is put by the people during worship from the elders. Abeer is typically sold in markets prior to the festival. In Bengali abeer means colour of sky during sun set (sandhi prakassh in Marathi, also called 'gulal' in Marathi, natural colour). Abir means aroma, perfume in Arabic. In Hebrew, Abir means 'brave' man or 'knight'.

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Abir 'abir, 'abbir (Hebrew) [from the verbal root `abar to be strong] As an adjective, durable, strong; as a noun, protector, hero. Cognate in thought with kabbir (cf kabiri, kabeiroi) and geber (cf gibborim), all generally signifying power, might, strength, although each has its distinct connotation.
Also, wing or pinion, implying flight or soaring.


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