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Ramin (disambiguation)

Ramin (transliterated from Rāmin) is a given name and surname. Ramin may also refer to:

  • Ramin, Germany, a municipality in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
  • Ramin, Khuzestan, a city in Khuzestan Province, Iran
  • Ramin, Sistan and Baluchestan, a village in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran
  • Ramin, Tehran, a village in Tehran Province, Iran
  • Ramin, Zanjan, a village in Zanjan Province, Iran
  • Ramin, Punjab, a town and Union Council of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan
  • Ramin, Tulkarm, a Palestinian village in the northeastern West Bank
In fiction
  • Ramin, a character in Shahnameh, the famous poetic epic by Iranian national poet Ferdowsi. He hides during the battle between Rostam and Sohrab, a metaphor for the weakness inside the human heart
  • Ramin, a character in the poem Vis u Ramin, an ancient love story in Persian literature composed in poetry by the Persian poet Asad Gorgani (فخرالدين اسعد گرگاني) in the 11th century
Other uses
  • Ramin, a common name of Gonystylus, a genus of trees in southeast Asia in the family Thymelaeaceae
  • Ramin (tree)
  • Ramin, a 2012 album by Ramin Karimloo
  • Ramin (film), a 2011 Lithuanian documentary

Ramin or Rameen, transliterated from Rāmin (Persian: رامین), is a Persian masculine given name of Zoroastrian origin. It is also an occasional surname. It may refer to

Given name
  • Ramin Bahrani, an Iranian-American writer, director and filmmaker
  • Ramin Bayramov, Azerbaijani journalist
  • Ramin Djawadi, an Iranian-German composer of orchestral music for film and television
  • Ramin Farahani (born 1969), an Iranian-Dutch filmmaker
  • Ramin Ganeshram American journalist, chef and cookbook author
  • Ramin Golestanian, Iranian physicist
  • Ramin Goudarzi, (born 1968), Iranian basketball player
  • Ramin Guliyev, an Azerbaijan footballer
  • Ramin Ibrahimov (born 1978), visually impaired Paralympic judoka of Azerbaijan
  • Ramin Jahanbegloo, an Iranian intellectual and academic
  • Ramin Karimloo, an Iranian-born Canadian musical theatre actor and singer
  • Ramin Mehmanparast, the Ambassador of Iran to Kazakhstan
  • Ramin Ott, a football player for the American Samoa national football team
  • Ramin Rahimi, Professional Iranian percussionist
  • Ramin Takloo-Bighash (born 1974), Iranian mathematician
  • Ramin Toloui, American policy maker and portfolio manager
  • Cathryn Jakobson Ramin, American journalist, investigative reporter, and author
  • Ezechiele Ramin (1953–1985), Italian missionary and artist
  • Günther Ramin (1898–1956), German organist, conductor, composer and pedagogue
  • Loga Ramin Torkian, Iranian musician
  • Manuela Ramin-Osmundsen (born 1963), French-Norwegian politician
  • Mohammad-Ali Ramin (born 1954), Iranian politician and writer
  • Obaidullah Rameen (born 1952), Afghani politician
  • Richard M. Ramin (1929–1995), American university administrator
  • Ron Ramin (born 1953), American composer for TV and film
  • Sid Ramin (born 1919), American orchestrator, arranger, and composer
Ramin (album)

Ramin, renamed Human Heart in the United States, is the debut studio album from Iranian-born Canadian actor and singer Ramin Karimloo. It was released in the UK on April 9, 2012.

Ramin (film)

Ramin is a 2011 Lithuanian documentary film directed by Audrius Stonys about the Georgian wrestler Ramin Lomsadze, who once won seven matches in 55 seconds. The film was selected as the Lithuanian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.

Usage examples of "ramin".

FIVE KIDS, ONE CHRISTMAS Terese Ramin Last she knew, widowed mum Helen Brannigan had one daughter and no man in her life.

The wailing the ramin sound it made was a reasonable facsimile of My Old Kentucky Home.