Definition of Mamur in English:

Mamur

noun

  • In Egypt: an official governing a district.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Edward Lane (1801–1876), orientalist. From Arabic ma'mūr chief officer of a district (in the regional usage of Egypt from 1820), official, one who is ordered or commissioned, past participle of amara to order.

Pronunciation

Mamur

/maˈmʊə/