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Kylie Jenner Asian Fans Reveal The Meaning Of The Name “Aire” In Arabic

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Kylie Jenner Asian Fans Reveal The Meaning Of The Name “Aire” In Arabic

Days after reality Tv star; Kylie Jenner revealed her son’s name following months of speculation, several social-media fans shared its meaning in Arabic.

The cosmetics entrepreneur gave birth to her son and second child in February 2022, but after announcing that she and partner Travis Scott named their baby Wolf Webster, Jenner said in March 2022 that is no longer the infant’s name.

The Hebrew meaning of the name “Aire” translates to “lion of God,” according to Nameberry.com.

While the toddler’s loved ones, friends, and admirers showered the comments section with messages of support, a few Instagram users pointed out that Aire has an interesting slang meaning among Arabic-speaking communities.

One person commented that “His name doesn’t translate well in Arabic,” and another person clarified that the term means “my p*nis” in that language.

“God help her if she comes to the Middle East,” posted another, while one Instagram user commented that “all my Lebanese people [are] wheezing right now.”

“Whatever you do, don’t bring him to Lebanon babe,” wrote another.

According to Urban Dictionary, it’s the word “Ayre” that translates to Arabic as “best friend,” as well as “p*nis,” “depending on its use.”

In a post on a Kylie Jenner fan account, the mother-of-two said that her son’s name is pronounced: “air.” The word “Ayre,” according to Urban Dictionary, is translated into Arabic as “best friend” and “p*nis,” “depending on its use.”

The mother-of-two claimed that her son’s name is pronounced “air” in a post on a Kylie Jenner fan account.

While discussing the reason she changed her son’s name on an episode of The Kardashians in October, Kylie Jenner kept the new name a secret.

“I am not going to announce it yet because God forbid I change it again,” Kylie told her mother, Kris Jenner, in the episode.

“It hasn’t been changed legally yet. Travis still changes it a few times, and he will call [him that name] for the day.”

Kylie added: “I thought it would just come to us when we saw him and it didn’t, and 24 hours before we had to register him, Khloé [Kardashian] said, ‘What about Wolf?’ and I liked the ‘W W’ so we just put Wolf Webster in the moment and right after I signed the birth certificate, I thought, ‘What did I just do?'”

Well, whether you like it or not, the controversy surrounding Kylie’s son’s name doesn’t appear to bother her at all. She said that it is just “part of his story.”

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