Crossword clues for omar
- Longtime Sudanese president ___ al-Bashir
- Baseball All-Star Infante
- ___ Little, stickup man on "The Wire"
- Mosque of ___ (Jerusalem shrine)
- Bradley with many medals
- Poet ___ Khayy
- "The Rub"
- ___ the Tentmaker
- Moreno of baseball
- Sharif or Bradley
- Gabon's El Hadj ___ Bongo
- Sharif or Khayyám
- First "Commander of the Faithful"
- He made tents
- Tentmaker-verse maker
- He made quatrains and tents
- A Bradley
- Anagram for Roma
- Tent-making poet
- Caliph slain by a slave
- Netman Camporese
- Memorable quatrainist
- Second caliph
- Bongo of Gabon
- Karl in "Patton"
- Caliph after Abu-Bakr
- Poet from Naishápúr
- A grandson of Esau
- Biblical duke
- Khayyám or Bradley
- Name of two caliphs
- Great Persian poet
- Son of Ibrahim the Tentmaker
- Poet translated by Edward FitzGerald
- ___ Bongo, President of Gabon
- Literary first name
- A memorable Khayyám
- Important convert of Mohammed
- Oft-quoted creator of quatrains
- Foe converted by Mohammed
- He starred with Julie in "Doctor Zhivago"
- Gooding of "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper"
- Persian cat?
- Poet who wrote a-a-b-a verses
- Poet and tentmaker's son
- Bradley or Khayyám
- Author Rivabella
- President Bongo of Gabon
- ___ Bongo, Gabonese statesman
- Famed tentmaker
- Persian poet who wrote about love
- Mosque of ___, in Jerusalem
- Duke of Edom, in Genesis
- Asian poet born in Nishapur
- Moreno of the Pirates
- Famed poet-mathematician
- Mosque of ___
- A famous Bradley
- Persian name
- Caliph who founded Cario
- A famous tentmaker
- Colleague of Dwight
- He and Charles write a bridge column
- Colleague of Dwight in W.W. II
- Old-time rhymer
- Pres. Bongo of Gabon
- Philosophical poet
- Poet of the East
- Mosque of ___, Jerusalem
- El Hadj ___ Bongo, President of Gabon
- Asian poet
- Quatrain poet
- Bradley of military fame
- Moreno of the Yankees
- Gabon's Bongo
- "Rubáiyát" man
- Whom FitzGerald translated
- Tentmaker of yore
- Actor Sharif from Alexandria
- Poet famed for quatrains
- First name of 31 Down
- Actor-bridge expert Sharif
- "Rubáiyát" author
- "Paradise enow" poet
- Persian bard
- Poet of old
- Quatrain maker
- Wilderness poet
- Yankee Moreno
- Baseball's Moreno
- ___ Khayyam, 1917 Derby winner
- 12th-century poet
- General Bradley
- Early astronomer
- Barbra's co-star in '68
- Poet translated by FitzGerald
- Poet Khayyam
- Tentmaker of fame
- Sheik Abdel Rahman
- General under Dwight
- Bradley or Sharif
- Bradley, the G.I.'s General
- Poet portrayed by Vincent Price in "Son of Sinbad"
- Early writer on algebra
- Jerusalem's Mosque of ___
- Barbra's 1968 co-star
- "ER" actor Epps
- Bridge whiz Sharif
- First name in bridge
- Gen. Bradley
- Five-star Bradley
- "RubГЎiyГЎt" poet
- 90's actor Epps
- Caliph who founded Cairo
- Versifying astronomer
- Bridge expert Sharif
- Barbra's "Funny Girl" co-star
- First name in Persian poetry
- "The Leaves of Life keep falling one by one" poet
- Sharif of "Doctor Zhivago"
- Baseballer Vizquel
- "The RubГЎiyГЎt" poet
- Persian poet
- Sheik ___ Abdel Rahman
- Baseball's Vizquel
- Jazz drummer ___ Hakim
- All-Star shortstop Vizquel
- Actor Sharif
- "A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread--and Thou" poet
- Taliban leader
- He played Yuri in "Doctor Zhivago"
- Poet who wrote of "Sultan after Sultan with his Pomp"
- Poet KhayyГЎm
- "A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread
- "A loaf of bread ..." poet
- Former Army chief of staff Bradley
- Actor Epps
- 12th-century mathematician
- Famed quatrain writer
- Epps of "The Mod Squad," 1999
- Gen. Torrijos
- Source of the line "The Leaves of Life keep falling one by one"
- Sharif of film
- Former Panamanian leader Torrijos
- Epps of "Higher Learning"
- Title poet in a 1957 biopic
- W.W. II general Bradley
- Bridge guru Sharif
- Mullah ___, former Afghan leader
- Bridge maven Sharif
- ___ Torrijos Herrera, former head of Panama
- "A Book of Verses underneath the Bough" poet
- Bridge master Sharif
- Epps of "Scream 2"
- Taliban mullah
- Mullah Muhammad ___
- Sharif of "Funny Girl"
- вЂњRubГЎiyГЎtвЂќ poet
- "Lion of the Desert" role
- Duke of 63-Down
- Epps of TV's "House"
- Early astronomer for whom a lunar crater is named
- ___ Little, "The Wire" gangster
- "A Jug of Wine ..." poet
- Baseball G.M. Minaya
- Poet known as "the Tentmaker"
- Epps of "House"
- Baseball exec Minaya
- With 6-Down, Doctor Zhivago's portrayer
- Poet ___ KhayyГЎm
- Poet who wrote "The moving finger writes; and, having writ, moves on"
- Funny co-star in "Barbra's Girl"
- Epps or Sharif
- ___ Little, "The Wire" antihero
- "The RubГЎiyГЎt" poet ___ KhayyГЎm
- "The thoughtful soul to solitude retires" poet
- Baseball's Minaya
- "'Tis all a Chequer-board of Nights and Days" poet
- Highly decorated Bradley
- Sharif who played half of 3-Down
- Stickup man on "The Wire"
- "The Wire" antihero
- "While you live, / Drink!" poet
- Palestinian nominee for Best Foreign Language Film of 2013
- Bradley with five stars
- All-Star second baseman Infante
- "Ah, my Beloved, fill the Cup that clears" poet
- All-Star Infante
- Obama's favorite character on "The Wire"
- Sudanese president ___ al-Bashir
Omar (also spelled Omer or Umar) may refer to:
Omar (, meaning "eloquent" or "gifted speaker") was a Hebrew man mentioned in the Bible. He was the ancestor of an Edomite clan, and specifically he was the son of Eliphaz ( Esau's eldest son). Omar's brothers were Teman, Zepho, Gatam, Kenaz and Amalek.
Esau and his wife Adah (daughter of Elon the Hittite) were his grandparents. Taking that into account, it is clear that he was a great-grandson of Isaac and a great-great-grandson of Abraham, as well as a descendant of Adam and Eve.
Historically, his name is first mentioned in the Book of Genesis, Chapter 36, verse 11. Nowadays, his name is rarely used by most Jews, but it continues to be a popular name among Temani Jews and is common in many countries.
Omar is Slovenian singer Omar Naber's début album. It was released on CD and MC (cassette) with different track listings on each format. It is not quite clear why this was done, however in many cases it is usually because of spacing on both sides of the cassette, whereas on a CD it doesn't really matter. There are however the same tracks on both formats.
The tracks on the album are mainly in Slovenian, however there are four English language versions of tracks already in Slovenian.
As with a few albums of this nature, the album was redone with a most of the songs rerecorded in Serbian, along with two songs in English, in order to appeal to Serbian speaking audiences. This version also featured a slightly different track listing.
The song "Stop" was used by Omar to represent Slovenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 semi final and it was recorded twice with different orchestration. The second version was the orchestration used at the Eurovision, this version appears on the official Eurovision Song Contest 2005 compilation CD, but not on any version of this album. It does however appear on Omar's 2007 album Kareem.
The song was also recorded in English, however as well as different orchestration, there were different lyrics. The original recording was called "On My Own" and the re-recording was called "Go".
The Serbian edition of this album featured "Stop" in Croatian, not Serbian. It also features "Go" as opposed to "On My Own", which does not appear on the original CD or MC release.
The Omar is an Indian Bania caste, found among mainly in Central Uttar Pradesh ( Kanpur region), Magadh, Awadh, Vidarbha region and Purvanchal. They claim to have originated from Ayodhia, and then spread to other parts of Awadh, eventually settling in different parts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra and Jharkhand. Some theories and ancient texts suggest that the name 'Omar' has been derived from Om which is a sacred/mystical syllable in the Dharmic or Indian religions, i.e. Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism.
The Omar is known as Umar in different parts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand. They use "Omar" "Umar" and "Gupta" as surname. A majority lives in Kanpur, Badshahpur, Shahjahanpur, Pratapgarh in Uttar Pradesh; and in Deoghar district of Jharkhand; Jamui, Sahibganj, Siwan, Saran, and Gopalganj districts of Bihar. The standard of living varies from lower-middle class to upper- middle class.
A small and vibrant Omar Vaishya also well established themselves as well reputed community at Sakoli region in Vidharbha of Eastern part of Maharashtra.
The Omar have three sub-divisions, the Til Omar, Derh Omar and Dusra. Historically, the Omar were mainly shopkeepers, but many have now taken to other occupation. Their customs are similar to the Kasaundhan, another Bania community. A number of people from this caste has businesses as "decorators for functions/festivals" in Deoghar, and many of them work for the government.
Omar, Omer, Ömer, or Umar , is a male given name of Arabic and Hebrew origin, mentioned in the Book of Genesis. It is a common name in Arab and Muslim territories and populations in general, as well as in Spanish-speaking countries. In Arabic, its pronunciation differs based on the spoken varieties of Arabic and consequently in its transcription.
Omar is a 2013 Palestinian drama film directed by Hany Abu-Assad. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Prize. It was shown at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The film has been selected as the Palestinian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, and was among the five finalists. It also won Best Feature Film at the 2013 Asian Pacific Screen Awards. The film was screened at the United Nations in New York on 1 May 2014.
Omar or Farouk Omar is a historical Arab television drama miniseries-serial that was produced and broadcast by MBC1 and directed by Hatem Ali. Co-produced by Qatar TV, the series is based on the life of Omar ibn Al-Khattab, the second Caliph of Islam, and depicts his life from 18 years old until the moments of his death. The series had to face large controversy due to its depiction of Omar, Abu Bakr, Uthman and Ali, the four Rashidun Caliphs, along with other characters, who some Muslims believe should not be depicted, much like the Prophet Mohammad. The series consists of 30 episodes and was originally aired in the month of Ramadan since July 20, 2012. It was made at a cost of 200 million Saudi riyals and filmed in Morocco, primarily in the cities of Marakesh, Tangiers, El Jadida, Casablanca and Mohammedia. After the series was broadcast on MBC, it was dubbed into several languages for international broadcast and subtitled in English on YouTube; it received great support from many different scholarly bodies and people watching it. As the series depended largely on reliable historical established facts, the series did not face criticism in terms of its content, as past films faced.
Omar is a caramel candy manufactured by Fazer Confectionery of Finland. Ingredients used in the manufacture of the confectionery are milk, sugar, glucose syrup, hydrogenated vegetable oil, milk fat, stabilizer (E420), salt and vanillin aroma. Omar is sold in 220 gram bags.
Omar was originally Chymos confectionery product company, which began to be produced in 1966. The Omar name probably chose the artist-writer Aimo Vuorinen, who served as Chymos packaging designer. The market has also been a Strawberry-Omar, Coffee-Omar and Omar hard-candy. Today, there is only a traditional Omar, which is part of Fazer's Classic series. Omar-tasting ice cream is also prepared.
Usage examples of "omar".
JTTF agents and detectives to contain the cell surrounding a blind old man: Egyptian cleric Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman.
Send a check or money order to my friend Omar Sheffield, 968-1911, Box 968, Coxsackie Correctional Facility, Coxsackie, New York 12051.
Omar expresses in their tongue the perfect accomplishment of wickedness and impiety.
The big rigs -- the stupendously oversize vans, the doublewide trailers, the canvas-flapping Omars, the sedans, the commercial flatbeds -- all moved like a herd of animals, in an orderly, coordinated way, our speed about as fast as a person can run.
One caught his eye, a thin, leather-bound volume with bright gold lettering: The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam in the English translation by Fitzgerald.
One was The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, the other was a Bible, open at the second chapter of John.
After a long stint as a motorcycle messenger he stumbled on the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam and thought it necessary to publish his own views.
Other artists in the high tides of history have had kindred qualities, but coming close to our day, Elihu Vedder, the American, the illustrator of the Rubaiyat, found it a poem questioning all things, and his very illustrations answer in a certain fashion with winds of infinity, and bring the songs of Omar near to the Book of Job.
The book was one of those ghastly great illustrated editions of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, which, one had hoped, had passed out of popularity long ago.
I told Omar that I would see you in the lowest pit of Tophet before I would go with you to--whatever the name of this place is.
The fame of an Avicenna or Omar Khayyam would make it easy for philosophical verses to be put under their names.
The captain, a bearlike black man named Omar Psalme, had transmitted his news and images on the open colonial frequency.
General Omar al-Hazaa, had been arrested, tortured, and killed along with his son in 1986 for publicly criticizing Saddam after the defeat at al-Faw in 1986.
Jameson could see Liz Becque nestled against Omar, her arm around his thick waist, her post at the punchbowl deserted.
Numbers followed by an asterisk indicate those quatrains Sadiq Hedayat considered most likely to be doubtful products of Omar Khayyam.