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𐎺𐏀𐎼𐎣

Old PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Originally meaning "endowed with generative power", from vazra-, from Proto-Indo-European *weǵ- (to be strong, lively, awake). Cognate with Sanskrit वाज (vā́ja, strength, vigor, energy), वज्र (vájra, Indra's thunderbolt, a symbol of generative force), Latin vigeō (to thrive), vegeō (to quicken, arouse) and Old English wacan, wacian (English wake).

AdjectiveEdit

𐎺𐏀𐎼𐎣 (vazraka)

  1. great
    𐎲𐎥 𐏐 𐎺𐏀𐎼𐎣 𐏐 𐎠𐎢𐎼𐎶𐏀𐎭𐎠baga vazraka Auramazdā ― Great is the god Ahura Mazda
  2. big

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