[ mur-zuh; Persian meer-zah ]
/ ˈmɜr zə; Persian ˈmir zɑ /

noun (in Persia, or Iran)

a royal prince (placed after the name when used as a title).
(a title of honor for men, prefixed to the name).

Origin of mirza

1605–15; < Persian < Arabic amīr commander (cf. amir, emir) + zād born
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/ (ˈmɜːzə, mɪəˈzɑː) /

noun (in Iran)

a title of respect placed before the surname of an official, scholar, or other distinguished man
a royal prince: used as a title after a name

Word Origin for mirza

C17: from Persian: son of a lord
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