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Bahr may refer to:

  • Bahr, Iran, village in Bushehr Province, Iran
  • Bahr, village near Straßburg, now: Barr, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
  • Bahr, Netherlands, hamlet in Gelderland, Netherlands
  • Bahr (surname)
  • Bahr (glider) - A tailless glider from Germany
  • Many places with Bahr ( body of water) in their name:
    • Al Bahr al Ahmar (Egypt)
    • Al-Bahr al-Ahmar ( Red Sea State), Sudan
    • Bahr al-Arab, a river in Sudan
    • Bahr el Ghazal, a region of Sudan
    • Bahr el Ghazal River, a river in Sudan
    • Bahr el Zeraf, a river in Sudan
    • Central Equatoria (formerly Bahr al-Jabal), Sudan
    • Sedd el Bahr, Turkey
    • Yanbu' al Bahr, Saudi Arabia

Bähr (transliterated Baehr) is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Eduardo Bähr (born 1940), Honduran writer and actor
  • Ferdinand Baehr (1822–1892), American politician
  • George Bähr (1666–1738), German architect
  • Herman C. Baehr (1866–1942), American politician
  • Johann Christian Felix Baehr (1798–1872), German philologist
  • Ted Baehr (born 1946), American media critic
  • Ulrich Baehr, German astronomer, eponym for the asteroid 26821 Baehr
Bahr (surname)

Bahr is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Chris Bahr (born 1953), American football placekicker
  • Clint Bahr, member of TriPod
  • Daniel Bahr (born 1976), German politician (FDP)
  • Ed Bahr (born 1919), Canadian baseball player
  • Egon Bahr (1922–2015), German politician (SPD)
  • Florence Riefle Bahr (1909–1998), American painter
  • Frederick John Bahr (1837–1885), American entrepreneur
  • Glenn Bahr, (born 1975), Canadian neo-Nazi
  • Hermann Bahr (1863–1934), Austrian writer
  • Iris Bahr, American actress
  • Leonard Bahr (1905–1990), American painter
  • Matt Bahr (born 1956), American football placekicker
  • Stig von Bahr (born 1939), Swedish jurist
  • Walter Bahr (born 1927), American international soccer player, father of Chris and Matt
  • Jason Bahr (born 1972), American composer

Usage examples of "bahr".

The Arabs called this vast slough the Bahr el Ghazal, and the British named it the Sud.

He prayed that the soldier would not ask him if he had been near Bahr Tharthar earlier in the week.

South End of Bahr Assad Tabaqah Air Base, Syria Thursday, 9 March 1995 1130 Hours, Local While Newman and Samir were quenching their thirst and avoiding the Syrian Interior Ministry police in Dayr Az Zawr, General Komulakov and most of his combined force of retired KGB Department V thugs and PFLP terrorists were enjoying the relative luxury of a Syrian Air Force hangar at the military installation protecting the hydroelectric dam at the south end of nearby Lake Assad.

He may choose to cross far to the north, then swing wide towards the mountains and cross the Bahr El Abiad rather than the Bahr El Azrak.

In a flotilla of dhows, Osman Atalan and his entourage sailed up the Bahr El Azrek, the Blue Nile, as far as the small river town of Aligail.

His eyes were the colour of the waters of the Bahr al-Azrek, the Blue Nile.

There are two other major lakes in the country to the north of Bahr al Milh: Buhayrat ath Tharthar and Buhayrat al Habbaniyah.

Lake of Tiberias, Sea of Galilee, or Bahr Tubariya, as it is variously called.

As regards the soil, the gullies at Anzac on the spurs of Sari Bahr were quite bewildering in their heaped up confusion, partly rocky, but mainly a sort of red clay and very steep.

The land was flattening out, old road turning north to follow the course of the Bamingui River, not far above where it runs into the Bahr al-Aouk.

That is the great river Euphrates, which begins in the hills of Asia Minor and traverses the whole plain, joining at last with the Tigris and flowing into Bahr el Fars--the Persian Gulf--below Bassorah.

A lake, nearly as large as the Victoria Nyanza, once covered the marshy plain where the Bahr el-Abiad unites with the Sobat, and with the Bahr el-Ghazal.

It held sway, at the outset, over both banks, from range to range, northward as far as Deyrut, where the true Bahr Yusuf leaves the Nile, and southward to the neighbourhood of Gebel Sheikh Haridi.

It must have greatly resembled that of the lowlands of Equatorial Africa, towards the confluence of the Bahr el Abiad and the Bahr el Ghazal.