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Hazara

[ huh-zahr-uh ]
/ həˈzɑr ə /
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noun, plural Ha·za·ra, Ha·za·ras.
an Iranian ethnolinguistic group in central Afghanistan, north Pakistan, and Iran, most of whom are Shiʿite Muslims.
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Origin of Hazara

From Persian hazār “a thousand, a military unit of a thousand soldiers,” from Middle Persian
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