- # 13 (Emir, Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2010)
- # 28 (Emir, Turkey, 2010)
- # 66 (Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2010)
- # 155 (the Netherlands, 2010)
- # 221 (France, 2009)
- # 278 (United States, 2010)
- Emir (Albanian/Bosnian/Turkish)
- Əmir (Azeri)
- Amirs (Latvian)
The name comes from the Amharic meaning princess, the masculine version, meaning prince, is Li’ol.
Derived from the Old Slavonic word knyez meaning “prince.” Lady Chiajna (c.a. 1525-1588) was the daughter of Petru Rares, a 16th-century Moldavian Prince. In Romanian literature, she is a sort of Lady Macbeth.
A city in Romania was named in her honor.
Upper Left: Statue of Lady Chiajna