Sapir means sapphire in Hebrew.

It may refer to:

  • Places
    • Sapir, Israel, a moshav in Israel
    • Sapir Academic College
  • People
    • Edward Sapir, American anthropologist-linguist
    • Pinchas Sapir, Israeli politician and minister

Other articles related to "sapir":

Richard Sapir
... Richard Ben Sapir (born 1936 in New York died 1987) is best known for The Destroyer series of novels that he co-created with Warren Murphy ... The first Destroyer was written in 1963, while Sapir worked as a city hall reporter in Jersey City and Murphy served as secretary to the city's mayor ... Before arriving on the illustrious shores of Sinanju, Sapir worked as an editor and in public relations ...
Sapir Academic College
... Sapir College (Hebrew המכללה האקדמית ספיר‎, HaMikhlela HaAkademit Sapir) is a college located next to Sderot, in the northern negev of Israel ...
Murray Barnson Emeneau - Early Life and Education
... the "new linguistics" being taught by Edward Sapir ... including intensive phonetic practice and analysis of material, but especially to Sapir’s approach to anthropological linguistics, in which language is only part of the total culture. 1980, 352 It was Sapir who suggested that Emeneau take up a study of the Toda language of the Nilgiri hills in South India with an aim toward a comparative ...
Sapir, Israel
... Sapir (Hebrew סַפִּיר) is a communal settlement near Route 90 in southern Israel ... It was founded in 1978 and is named after Pinchas Sapir ... Ein Yahav Hatzeva Hemdat Midbar Idan Paran Tzofar Communal settlements Sapir Tzukim Coordinates 30°36′50.04″N 35°11′3.48″E / 30.6139000°N 35.1843000 ...
Sapir Report
... An Agenda for a Growing Europe, also called The Sapir Report, is a report on the economy of the European Union edited by a panel of experts under the ... André Sapir, who coordinated the redaction of the report, is now a Senior Fellow at the Bruegel think tank and a professor of Economics at Université Libre de Bruxelles ...