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Old Persian

Etymology

From Old Median [Term?];[1] also compare with Hebrew (parás, "Persia") and Arabic ?(f?ris, "Persia").

Noun

? (P?rsam

  1. a Persian

Proper noun

? (P?rsam

  1. Persia, Persis

Descendants

  • Middle Persian: (p'rsy /p?rs/), (p'lsy /p?rs/)
    • Persian: ?(pârs)
  • -> Akkadian: ? (par-su [KUR])
  • -> Ancient Greek: (Persís)
  • -> Arabic: (f?ris)
    • -> Persian: ?(fârs)
  • -> Aramaic: (p?r?s)
  • -> Chinese: (possibly via Middle Iranian)
  • -> Egyptian: [script needed] (prs)
  • -> Elamite: (par?-ip)
  • -> Hebrew: (parás)
  • -> Parthian: ?(p?rs)(taking Old Persian as representative of all Old Iranian)

References

  1. ^ Roberts, Edward A. (2014), "Persiana", in A Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the Spanish Language with Families of Words based on Indo-European Roots, volume II, Xlibris Corporation, ->ISBN

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