[mur-zuh; Persian meer-zah]
- 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
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Examples from the Web for mirza
However, Mirza Shaffy admitted that some of his poems had substance in them.
Mirza trembled at the sound of his voice, then directed her eyes toward him.
Shortly after she heard Mirza scratching at the door, and went to open it.
If they want learning, science, and skill, let them look to Mirza Ahmak.'The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan
He started in the morning with his two dogs Medor and Mirza.Original Short Stories, Volume 9 (of 13)
Guy de Maupassant
- 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
C17: from Persian: son of a lord
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