Thank you! I'm afraid it's not as impressive as you thought: Farsi is my mother tongue, English is a second language of mine (although not as weak as the term "second language" suggests), and that's it! As a result of six years of incomplete Arabic education at school, I can read and dissect Arabic texts at a decent level, but not speak.
Aside from that and a set of Firefox bookmarks, I only know which book to search or who to ask. :-)
There's a lot to say about this word.
Tajiri means rich, comes from the arab language where it means "merchant" I also found it used in the meaning "hope" (see https://www.facebook.com/GoodMorningAmerica/posts/10154585078777061 ). In the Duolingo course I found matajiri the be translated as "employers" where in the annotations for the Ji/ma noun class tajiri is used as a singular "employer".
So it seems to have lot of meanings. It is a bit hard to find accurate information on this word.