Noun.

"North African, Berber," late 14c., from Old French More, from Medieval Latin Morus, from Latin Maurus "inhabitant of Mauritania" (northwest Africa, a region now corresponding to northern Algeria and Morocco), from Greek Mauros, perhaps a native name, or else cognate with mauros "black" (but this adjective only appears in late Greek and may as well be from the people's name as the reverse). Being a dark people in relation to Europeans, their name in the Middle Ages was a synonym for "Negro;" later (16th century - 17th century) used indiscriminately of Muslims (Persians, Arabs, etc.) but especially those in India.

I'm sure when you first heard of "Moors", a definition like this is probably the first thing you saw/heard, and more than likely you or the person/people that introduced you to this divine title never dug deeper to know and inner-stand the TRUE meaning of what and who the Moors truly ARE.

First of all, Moors are an extremely ancient and immortal bloodline of intergalactic beings; meaning, they go beyond the flesh; eternal spirits and souls of the divine essence.  They manifest into the flesh of this plane to look over, watch, teach and heal humanity.  In the definition posted, [it] claims to have only been in existence since the late 1400's.  Trickery to the blind eye at [its] finest.  Let's leave this definition for what [it] is and continue walking further.

Amar/Amor/Amore/Amir/Ameer/

Emir/Omar/Mor/Mar/Amaru/'MR

These words and titles are all variations of Moor.  Let's take a look at the meaning of each:

Amar

Sanskrit - meaning "everlasting, eternal, immortal, deathless, imperishable"

Spanish/Portuguese - love

Hebrew - "to utter, say, answer, appoint, avouch, bid, certify, declare, demand, etc"

Sumerian - "faithful, warrior, hero, calf, young bull"

Akkadian - "chosen"

Armenian - "summer"

Amara

Arabic - taken from the root A-M-R meaning "to command"

Ethiopic: "show, know"

Amor

Latin/Spanish/Portuguese - "love"

Amore/amare

Italian - "love"

Latin/Spanish - "love"

Amir from Amara

Arabic - taken from the root A-M-R meaning "to live a long time, command, enliven"; also "to give orders, command"; "commander, prince, instruction, ordinance, decree, power, authority"

Hebrew - "the top, summit, treetop"

Persian - "King"

Turkish - "Chief"

Emir

Arabic - from the root A-M-R, meaning "command, life, to enliven"; also means "emperor, commander-in-chief, general, prince"

Ameer

Variation of Amir/Emir

Omar

Hebrew - "he that speaks, eloquent,

Arabic - from "'umr" meaning "life, lifetime, lifespan, age, flourishing, long living"

Arabic - As a verb; "to live long, to be long lived, to thrive, to prosper, to flourish, to flower, to bloom, to be inhabited, to be peopled, to be populated, to be civilized, to be cultivated, to be full, to be filled, to fill with life, to make prosperous , to in habit, live, dwell, to pervade, to reign, to build, to construct, to erect, to rebuild, to restore, to reconstruct, to repair, to overhaul, to refurbish, to recondition, to populate, to grant long life, to prolong life

Persian - "life"

Mar/Mor

Syriac - "my lord" given to all saints, with the variant Moran/Maran meaning "Our Lord"

Aramaic - "Lord" from Mari

Old High German - "mari" meaning "famous, great"

Hungarian - "Moorish (of or relating to the Moors or their culture)"

Old Irish - "big, great, large, important, grand, powerful, extravagant"

Old Norse - "famous, glorious, illustrious"

Proto-Germanic - "shining, renowned, famous, great"

Ancient Greek - "mighty"

Latin - from "merus" meaning "sheer, undiluted, pure"

English - "Morian" meaning "A Moor"

Proto-Slavic - "Mir" meaning "peace, world"

Amaru

Akkadian - "to see"; "pile of bricks, pyramid"; "maru" meaning "son, young bull calf"

Ancient Germanic - "*maru" meaning "famous"

Japanese - "maru" meaning "circle, completeness, perfection" and also a name attached to merchant ships to secure celestial protection; the Japanese flag is also known as "Hinomaru" meaning "circle of the sun"

'MR

Arabic - "to live, to be wholesome, healthy, manly"

Hebrew - "to speak"

Egyptian - "love"; mry meaning "beloved"; "pyramid"

As these meanings blatantly reflect, Moors are Lords/keepers/watchers/shepherds, sons (of the universal creator aka Big Amma Mama), immortal, eternal, enlivening, eloquent, well spoken, commanders, leaders, warriors, heroes, pyramids aka sources of light and energy, saints, law enforcers, messengers and most importantly they are LOVE.

A Moor is more than just "a dark people" from a specific place in North Africa.  True Moors are universal, worldwide and not relegated to a social club/temple.  Moors descend from a divine bloodline that comes directly from the dark matter womb that creates all life.  They are the mothers and fathers of the human family.  Moors have the divine duty and obligation to uplift and protect fallen humanity of ALL nations; not just people who may "look like them".

At our best, we are love.

I am a Moor.

Forever Out Here™

Clarity Daily®

 

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