Sami (Σάμη), also referred to as Samia (Σαμία), Arini (Αρήνη), or Makistos (Μάκιστος) was a city in Ancient Greece. It was located in the Elis region, in western Peloponnese. The archaeological site consists of the remains of Sami`s fortified citadel which dates to the Archaic period. It is situated on t
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any member of a people speaking the Sami language and inhabiting Lapland and adjacent areas of northern Norway, Sweden, and Finland, as well as the ... [16 related articles]
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also called Shins Japanese painter, art critic, poet, landscape gardener, and master of the tea ceremony, incense ceremony, and flower arrangement ...
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Sami is a Finnish boy name. The meaning of the name is `God Has Heard` Where is it used? The name Sami is mainly used In Hungarian.How do they say it elsewhere? Samantha ( In English) See also In Welsh: Sawyl In Russian: Samoyla In Russian: Samuil In Jewish: Shmuel In Italian: Samuele In Hungarian: Sámuel In Hungarian: Samu In Finnish: Samuli In
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Sami: see Lapland.
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Sami or Sammy (سامي, IPA, ˈIPA) is a given name and surname of different origins and meanings. When spelled in English, it can be spelled as Sammy and often mistakenly confused as the abbreviated English name Sammy. Sami or Sammy can be an Arabic name meaning `elevated` (الرفعة) or `sublime` (السُّمُوّ), or a Turk
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Chainrai Bachomal Dattaramani Sami (1743-1850) was a disinguished poet who merged the Vedic wisdom in his Sindhi Shlokas in Beit form. ...
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