R. Meir b. Isaac Arama (1460?–c. 1545), Spanish rabbi, biblical commentator, and philosopher. Born in Saragossa, R. Arama left Spain, together with his father R. Isaac Arama, at the time of the expulsion (1492), and went to Naples. He remained there until compelled to move in 1495 when the French conquered the city, and later that year finally settled in Salonika, where he was appointed rabbi and preacher of the emigre Aragonian congregation. Although the many halakhic decisions he wrote as congregational rabbi and dayyan were not preserved, some are mentioned in the works of contemporaries. His surviving works include: Me'ir Iyyov, a commentary on Job, written in 1506 (Salonika, 1517); Me'ir Tehillot, on Psalms, written in 1512 (Venice, 1590); a commentary on the Song of Songs, published in Likkutei Shoshannim by Isaac Gershon (1602); and a commentary on Esther, incorrectly attributed to his father, published together with his father's Akedat Yizhak (Venice, 1573).