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Mazda, 1 Definition(s)

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see Ahura Mazda.

Added: 08.Apr.2011 | Avesta: Zoroastrianism Glossary
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Ahura Mazda
God, lit. 'Wise Lord', the Supreme Being of the Zoroastrians. (Var: Phl. 'Ohrmazd') -- or -- na...
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literally: "possessing aša", hence "possessing truth" or "possessin...
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Asura, (Vedic asura in more comprehensive meaning; connected with Av. ahurō Lord, ahurō mazdā°;...
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another term for the Zoroastrian religion, lit. "worship of Mazda".
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The eighth of the good lands and countries which I, Ahura Mazda, created, was Urva of the ri...
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name of the founder of Zoroastrianism. (Var: Parsi Guj. 'Zarthosht', Phl. 'Zartosht, Zardusht',...

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