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Firdausi

[ feer-dou-see ]
/ fɪərˈdaʊ si /
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noun

Abul Qasim Mansu or Hasan, 932–1020, Persian poet.

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Also Ferdus, Fir·dou·si, Fir·du·si [fer-doo-see]. /fərˈdu si/.
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Firdausi

Firdusi (fɪəˈduːsɪ)

/ (fɪəˈdaʊsɪ) /

noun

pen name of Abul Qasim Mansur ?935–1020 ad, Persian epic poet; author of Shah Nama (The Book of Kings), a chronicle of the legends and history of Persia
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