See also: arsacid

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From Latin Arsacides, from Arsacēs (Arsaces I of Parthia), from Old Persian 𐎠𐎼𐏁𐎣 (a-r-š-k /⁠aršaka-⁠/); see the Old Persian entry for more.

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Arsacid (not comparable)

  1. (historical) of or pertaining to the Parthian dynasty established by Arsaces I which ruled the Parthian Empire during 247 BC – 224 AD, Armenia during 54–428, as well as Iberia and Caucasian Albania
  2. (historical) of or pertaining to the realms ruled by that dynasty

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Arsacid (plural Arsacids or Arsacidae or Arsacides)

  1. (historical) member of the Arsacid Dynasty

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